Budgeting and The Best Ways
We all know by now that money doesn’t grow on trees but that doesn’t have to stop you from having a top tier hen party. Far from it. There’s plenty of tips and tricks to save cash without sacrificing an amazing hen party experience. With that we give you the best ways to budget for your hen party.
You don’t have to travel far for a fantastic hen weekend. Stay local and use the money you save to upgrade to a VIP clubbing experience. Things like private booths, fast track entry and even a limo to chauffeur you and your girls from place to place. There’s a number of games you can play on a hen night out to spice things up as well.
One of our most popular hen party activities of all time also happens to be one of the cheapest and a ton of fun for everyone involved. With the Smartphone Pub Treasure Hunt Hen Party all you need is a smartphone with the treasure hunt app downloaded on it. The app will take you round a city of your choice, unlocking quizzes, trivia and challenges along the way via GPS. The route it takes you on will have a couple of pubs along the way where you and the girls can stop for a nice drink before you continue the hunt.
The My Events VIP Area on our website has a number of fantastic features to help make your hen party organisation a breeze, but one of the most useful by far has to be the individual payments feature. Each of the guests can make their hen party payments online. When you strip away the cash in hand you strip away the arguments and complications over who owes what. It makes arranging everything way easier and is easily one of the best ways to budget a hen party.
If you’re booking a hen do then chances are someone’s booking a stag do as well. So if you book both the hen and the stag do with us and within 28 days of each other, each party will get a free space for the bride and groom, or whoever else you want.
One last thing. It’s important to realise that there’s no minimum amount to what you should be spending on a great hen night out. As long as you’re doing everything you want to do that the budget will allow then that’s all that matters.