Coca-Cola Store Las Vegas
At a Glance
What is it?
A shrine to all things Coca-Cola (and related products).
Where is it?
What do they sell?
All manner of stuff with the Coca-Cola logo slapped on it.
What are the prices like?
Very expensive. You can usually get the same stuff online for less.
What should I be sure to check out?
They have a cafè where you can grab a bite to eat and sample from a bunch of different Coca-Cola brands.
Why should I shop here?
Because you’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony. Everyone over 40 got that.
What else do I need to know?
There used to be Coke themed attractions and exhibits but all of that is gone now.
What’s the bottom line?
I’d like to teach the world not to spend money on overpriced stuff like this.
Las Vegas loves to separate you from your money. The casinos are the most obvious examples of this but then too are places like the Everything Coca-Cola, overpriced souvenir shops that masquerade as something more than just a store and then somehow get you to think that you absolutely must pay $30 for a scratch ‘n sniff cherry coke t-shirt.
Yes, they sell those and pretty much anything else they could slap a Coke (or affiliated product) logo on. Clothing, housewares, jewelry, furniture… you name it and you can probably find here.
There’s also a small cafe serving every Coca Cola flavor known to man and a few quick bites.
Unlike the massive World of Coca-Cola attraction in Atlanta, there is nothing else here other than stuff to buy. There used to be some exhibits about the history of the product but all that is gone now.
I don’t get the lure of Coke merchandise at all, but if you do you’d be better served going online to do your shopping. You’ll be able to find pretty much everything they have here (and much more), usually at cheaper prices.