San Francisco Guest List FAQs
What is a guest list?
Joining a San Francisco guest list is the only way to get into the best nightclubs in San Francisco completely for free. Some San Francisco club guest lists even come with a free drink ticket just for signing up (such as Providence). The way that guest lists work is that you sign up for a specific event before-hand, and in return you get free admission into the club. This does not mean guaranteed entry though, so we recommend arriving early and following the dress code.
Which clubs in San Francisco offer a guest list?
Does being on the guest list mean free entry?
Not always, but for the majority of the clubs in San Francisco, the answer would be yes. However, the guest list may close if the club hits capacity or it is a particularly busy night, so you should always arrive as early as you can to increase your chances of getting through the door. Also, be sure to follow the individual dress code if you’re on a San Francisco guestlist.
How does the free guest list work in San Francisco?
If you’ve never used a guest list in San Francisco and don’t know where to start, we’ve got your back. Being on a guest list will allow you to get free entry into top SF clubs, and joining one is super simple. All you have to do is either find a club on this page that you want to go to and click “Sign Up For The Free Guest List Here.” Once you’ve clicked on an event, just fill out a bit of information and you’re done. That’s all there is to it. You can also do the same thing by finding upcoming San Francisco events that have a guest list on the Discotech app.
How to get into San Francisco clubs for free?
Getting into the top free nightclubs in San Francisco takes less than a minute and could save you a lot of money. Just find a club on this list and click to sign up for the free guest list, or you can find venues, sign up for guest lists, or even purchase tickets and bottle service on the free Discotech app.
Why use Discotech’s guest list?
- We have the largest online selection of free clubs in San Francisco
- Special perks such as 1 free drink ticket for certain events
- Discotech is the #1 nightlife app in the world with over 10,000 5-star reviews, and we are a trusted name to get you into guest list clubs San Francisco
Do you get a free table for being on the guestlist?
Sorry, but the only way you can reserve a table at a San Francisco nightclub would be to purchase bottle service. It’s an awesome way to spend the night as a club VIP, and all you have to do to get bottle service is agree to spend a certain amount at the table you are reserving. If you’re interested in learning more, you can check out our list of nightclubs in San Francisco that offer bottle service.
When are guest lists available?
Most venues in San Francisco only open their guest list for events on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays; however, there are some weekday events that you can sign up for. You can find information about what days the guest list is open below each club listed above.
How old do you have to be to sign up for an SF guest list?
You will need to be at least 21 years old to sign up for any San Francisco nightclub’s guest list. Sorry we don’t make the rules. If you can’t get into any clubs, you can always go to one of the phenomenal restaurant options San Francisco offers.
How to get on the San Francisco club guest list?
Discotech has put the power of San Francisco guest lists in the palm of your hands. Signing up for the most exclusive guest lists in SF has never been easier, and now all you have to do is find upcoming events that offer a guest list on the free Discotech app, or you can quickly find a venue on this page that has an open guest list to join by clicking the button below each club.
What if you don’t show up to a guest list in SF?
If you can’t make it to an event that you sign up to the guest list for, it’s not a big deal. Clubs already assume a large portion of the people on the guest list will not be able to make it, so there’s nothing to worry about. You will not be restricted from joining any other San Francisco nightclubs guest list in the future.