Guys, a Champagne Vending Machine Now Exists in the United States

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Glorious, glorious news for all my bubbly-loving friends.

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas now boasts the first public champagne vending machine in the U.S. Located in the hotel's "Sky Bar" on the 23rd floor, it not only sells mini bottles of Moët & Chandon, but also tiny flutes—so you can sip in style, naturally.

But put your quarters away. According to (opens in new tab)Travel + Leisure (opens in new tab), guests must purchase a $20 coin from the front desk in order to use the machine, and provide an ID proving they are of legal drinking age.

After all those details are sorted out, simply drop the coin into the machine and voilà! It's time for a toast.

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