If you need bar and club wristbands for patron management, age verification, and security, we have you covered. We carry many popular wristbands for bars and clubs, from economical Tyvek® wristbands to durable and secure plastic wristbands. Below, we’ve selected some of the most popular wristbands for bars, clubs, restaurants, breweries, wineries, or any other venue that serves alcohol.
Need to speed up alcohol concession lines for increased spending and quicker service? Our over 21 event Tyvek® wristbands are non-transferable and brightly-colored to make it easy for your staff to visually verify that a patron has paid for admission and had their ID verified. If you’re looking for something more durable, secure, and comfortable, we offer over 21 plastic wristbands.
Bar and nightclub wristbands enable easy-to-use and effective age identification for your patrons who are of legal drinking age. Simply check patrons’ IDs once at the door, and apply the non-transferable wristband to approved patrons. Your servers can then quickly identify who they can serve without re-checking IDs each time, increasing efficiency.
In addition to effectively and efficiently securing age verification, wristbands for bars and nightclubs can also help staff manage large and diverse crowds. For instance, general admission guests can be issued one specific color wristband while guests with access to VIP areas can be either issued another color or a VIP wristband.
For increased branding and sponsorship opportunities, consider customizing your own wristbands with your venue name, date, logo, or any other pertinent information. Our custom eye-catching holographic wristbands shimmer and sparkle in the light, increasing visibility and the guest experience. For low-light events, light up the night and combat counterfeits with our durable glow-in-the-dark vinyl wristbands. These wristbands are perfect for identifying authorized guests and partying through the night!
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