Adele is all set to make $682,000 per night during her Las-Vegas residency. The diva will stay in an ultra-lavish $40,000 per night suite.

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Adele’s exclusive shows in Las Vegas are all set to begin, and the singer is in for a bounty full of stardom and money. She will reportedly earn over $ 6,82,172 per show while living the life of a queen in a posh $40k suite. The British superstar would receive her cut from ticket sales as well as the sale of Adele merchandise at the famous venue. The whopping total of her earnings could easily make the British superstar one of the highest-paid female stars in the history of Las Vegas residencies.

One of Ceaser’s villas. Via – CNBC

And that’s not all! The singing sensation would be putting up in a $40,000 per night private suite (called Caesars), complete with a butler, executive assistant, chauffeur, and security. Further, as reported by The Sun, Adele and her guests will be able to dine and drink for free at any Caesars resort.

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Commenting on it, a source noted, ‘Adele is the hottest ticket in Las Vegas right now, and she’s raking in a pretty penny from it. She is expected to make over £500,000 per gig thanks to ticket sales alone, even before the merchandising. Caesars has rolled out the red carpet to ensure she’s treated like the superstar she is.’

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Adele will play a total of 24 shows on weekends at Caesars Palace’s Colosseum beginning this week (onward January 21, 2022) until April 16, 2022. Tickets for the same range anywhere between $1000 – $12,280.

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