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Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

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Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

I will be in Vegas with my best friend the weekend of August 17, 2013. I want to get him a crazy (adult) birthday cake. Haha... Where can i order one and have it delivered to our hotel? We're staying at the Quad. Looking for an Oreo flavored cake.

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1. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

Define 'inexpensive'.

Columbus, Ohio
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2. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

Forget the cake, just get him a real girl.

Easy to find in Vegas.

Not sure of the flavors though.

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3. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

But an Oreo-flavored girl? Much more difficult.

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Definitely will not be 'inexpensive'.

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I agree that it's going to cost you. Check out http://www.freedsbakery.com/ (click on 'Event cakes' then 'Bachelor cakes') for some ideas. They do not show pricing.

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6. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

Go to Sugar Factory @ Paris Hotel, buy 2 white frosted cupcakes, put one cherry in the middle of each cupcake (should be able to get a few cherries from any bar area for a buck or two tip), put them side-by-side.

You will probably have to sacrifice the Oreo flavor and delivery, but that sounds pretty inexpensive to me.

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7. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

I've ordered from Retro Bakery in the past. Very dependable, excellent people to work with and the cakes/cupcakes are really, really delish. $20 delivery fee to the Strip.

http://retrobakerylv.com/

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8. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

Holy Hell http://www.eroticbakeryusa.com/bachelor.htm

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great site, thank you...

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10. Re: Inexpensive birthday cake delivered to my hotel.

I ordered my boyfriend's 30th birthday cake, Lucky Las Vegas Poker cake from Freed's Bakery in 2008 and had it delivered to our room on the morning of his birthday. It was pricey but the most amazing cake we had ever seen or tasted! We had the smallest size they did for the lucky cake as it was just for the 2 of us, which I think was supposed to serve 20-25 people! Took us nearly all of our holiday to eat for breakfast and supper tho!! But well worth it :)