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If you’ve been watching the news or reading the daily papers then you’ll be well aware that Britain has entered a period of recession. And all those financial boffins holed up in London’s Lloyds Tower are advising us to not only go discount crazy in Woolworths but to watch our pennies.
What does mean to the future of stag dos I hear you cry? Well, the good news from the financial sector is that you don’t need to worry about anything – there are still deals to be had and far reaches of Eastern Europe to be seen. Admittedly, you’ll no longer get as much for your Euro but who cares; isn’t a stag weekend a male right of passage?
Luckily for you I’ve donned my intellectual money cap and exclusively prepared the stag weekend budget breakdown. Obviously, this is almost entirely dependent on what your plans are, how much of a beer monster you are and how much you enjoy the sweet smell of lady flesh – not to mention everything else.
Anyway, here we go:
Costume from £30 (plus £50 deposit)
Stripper from £30 for one dance
Table-dance up to £200
Stag weekend package £140 per person (could be more if you push the boat out)
Alcohol from £100
Flights from £200
Bail up to the magistrates
To be honest I don’t think I could be any vaguer but I like having the mental power of Rumpole of the Bailey.
Recession or no recession, you need a stag weekend to sample the finer things in life which will I’m sure remain a close kept secret, like the whereabouts of the Holy Grail.
There’s never been a better time to have a Stag to look forward to!Further information >