April 28, 2013 at 1:11 pm #1601j andrewsParticipant
I am interested in visiting Sheri’s Ranch and was wondering what I should expect to spend. I have never done this before so I don’t know how much I should budget for.
Any suggestions?April 28, 2013 at 1:18 pm #1602mrpaulParticipant
Ladies wont give prices except in person and in private, and it would be unethical for anyone to quote prices they have paid…..
Firefighter may be able to give a better answer than I….May 1, 2013 at 4:42 pm #1625MaverickParticipant
If I start talking pecuniarily things will start getting ugly, so let me put it this way.
From a few hundred to a few thousand depending on your desired mileage and the lady you choose. The ladies set their own rate cards and menu of services. Negotiating skill and knowing the terrain pay dividend so as a rule the newbie pays more than the well seasoned hobbyist.
Good Luck Tyro!!
MavMay 13, 2013 at 12:22 pm #1814RanchMamaModerator
J Andrews all the ladies are Independent contractors and set their own prices. Really the best suggestion that I can give is for you to start an email correspondence with a few of the ladies that you may be interested in. Chatting with them before you arrive can go a long way in answering a lot of your questions and making your first visit more comfortable.
Mav 🙂 as always very eloquent.
DenaMay 25, 2013 at 7:19 pm #2136Kimmy DParticipant
J Andrews, when will you be visiting us at the ranch?May 27, 2013 at 10:40 am #2167AnonymousInactive
It’s difficult to quote party costs, since it varies depending on your selected independent contractor Courtesan, party duration, menu or specialty items (GFE for example), client’s demeanor, etc. Also, a client can’t negotiate until they meet a Lady for a variety of reasons. No prices can be quoted over the phone, website or email, since the client must be physically at SR negotiating with that selected Courtesan in her private quarters. Clients view Ladies photos, reviews and profiles, but clients who communicate by email are essentially blind dates for the Courtesans. It’s pointless to question a Courtesan regarding kissing, DATY etc., since most Ladies want to meet and evaluate that client prior to offering their bodies. If a client is immaculate, showered, well groomed, nicely dressed, manicured & pedicured, congenial, sober, discretely flirtatious, complimentary, romantic, polite, practices oral hygiene and uses deodorant & cologne, that client will fare much better than a disrespectful, obnoxious and vulgar ogre obviously. It’s advantageous for a client & Courtesan to spend time in the Sports Bar having a nice discussion while establishing a connection or building romantic chemistry prior to negotiating; however, I limit my alcohol consumption to one drink prior to a party, since I have mild erectile dysfunction and I desire to be sober so my body is more sensitive to my Ladies teasing and I can reciprocate in pleasing her too. Furthermore, intoxicated clients are rarely good lovers. If a client picks a Lady from a line-up and proceeds to her room to party without taking time to get acquainted then the Courtesan might assume the client views her strictly as an uninteresting sex object. Most clients will not divulge the prices they negotiated with a selected Courtesan, since it’s unethical and they have paid their dues becoming astute regarding negotiations. Oftentimes a Courtesan will favor a client an attractive price simply because she’s pleased with their chivalrous & friendly behavior and appearance or the client is a repeat customer or a friendship has been previously formed. I would recommend that a client have an abundance of cash and credit cards. Also, it’s better to drive to SR rather than take the Limo, since the Limo driver will receive a share of the party proceeds so negotiations will be limited. In addition, it’s advantageous to stay at SR Hotel for a few days so you’re not rushed and have time to party several times. Clients receive a complimentary room certificate with every minimum amount party too.May 27, 2013 at 1:13 pm #2176Kimmy DParticipant
Great answer Firefighter
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