The traditional stag night may centre on a short, budget flight to one of Europe's top cities, but Brits who travel further are likely to get cheaper deals, it has been claimed.
Nigel Pocklington, managing director of Hotels.com, said people who are looking to be savvy with their spending this year should venture outside of the eurozone to offset the current weakness of the pound.
He suggested that those who travel slightly further afield to countries such as Turkey and Morocco will find their spending money "could go even further".
And revellers planning a trip to some of Europe's most traditional stag night locations could also be in luck, with a number of popular European cities still offering good value.
"Britons can expect to find the best deals in European destinations such as Riga stag weekends and Prague," Mr Pocklington commented.
His comments come after journalist Sharon Griffiths warned those organising a stag night in the coming months to consider the exchange rate available in their chosen destination in order to avoid having their celebrations dampened by exorbitant drinks prices.