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How much money do you spend on a night out?

How much money do you spend on a night out?

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polo54

Original Poster:

355 posts

99 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Have had several Friday / Saturday nights in the last few months where I've blown £100-£200 and really regretted it the next day.

Yesterday I started my afternoon at the pub, spent about £20 there on a few pints and moved on to a local bar which is an absolute dump and managed to spend £120 and then another £9 at the kebab shop! Wasn't even a great night as I didn't get any punani so not happy today. Don't really spend any other money during the week, £10 on tobacco and I get free lunch at work so it's not that much of an issue if I do spend at the weekends but I still know it's not right.


captainmatt

475 posts

73 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Started uni with a max of £30 to spend on a night out (not including entry), now I'm tempted to start leaving bank cards at home because I seem to view it as some sort of sweet deal where I hand it over, put in my PIN and get a load of free drinks. Spent about £100 a few weeks ago and felt fking stupid the next day.

The Moose

14,182 posts

116 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Anywhere between £30 for a couple of rounds down the pub to £250+ for a proper night out with meal, club etc.

Don't object to either.

Waht concerns me is your measure of whether it's a good night or not is whether you pulled or not. Very strange!

Council Baby

19,666 posts

97 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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An average night out probably £200-£250, a quietish night closer to £100.

Papa Hotel

12,760 posts

89 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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You didn't get any punani?

What are you, Ali G?
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markmullen

15,794 posts

141 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Anywhere from £75 or so through to north of a grand on a few occasions out with my old colleagues.

fiatpower

1,166 posts

78 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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polo54 said:
Wasn't even a great night as I didn't get any punani so not happy today.
Did you not use any Armani?

Rushmore

1,223 posts

49 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Haha, I *HEART* "punani"

My Moite an' Oi spent about 300 pounds each on drinks and snacks when out in SW1 last week.


Papa Hotel said:
You didn't get any punani?

What are you, Ali G?

vescaegg

6,299 posts

74 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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markmullen said:
Anywhere from £75 or so through to north of a grand on a few occasions out with my old colleagues.
A grand! Nice going!

I always dread the early morning look in the wallet after a night out - finding any kind of money left is such a bonus.

I remember a few years back going up town (Central London) for a friends birthday at which we started drinking about 12pm and stayed till about 4am. Work up the next day to find a fiver in my wallet (having taken £70 cash out originally). I was we'll chuffed until I look on Internet banking later in the day ad saw;

6.00pm - withdraw £100
12.00am - withdraw £100
3.30am - withdraw £50

Damn, so close.

Jamie VTS

750 posts

54 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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20£ it's all about the pre drinks smile

Rawwr

15,533 posts

141 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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I break into a sweat when I have to spend more than a tenner.

13th

3,169 posts

120 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Out with the girls and we tend to spend £100 a head. Although we do have one friend that does the "well I didn't have the starter and you have the more expensive main course" That I can't stand and generally throw the difference in just so a good evening doesnt get runied.

Out with Mr 13th I once picked a tab up for £1,800 including overnight stay in Bray. (I was an idiot and said Oh I'll get this, as Mr 13th nursed a very rare hangover).

It was fun, really fun BUT not that much fun.

With Christmas coming up and as I only work part time my next two wage packets will go on christmas partys biggrin

bitchstewie

12,450 posts

117 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Wow I'm clearly just far too sensible or tight.

Shaw Tarse

25,886 posts

110 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Including a bag of chips?

themanwithnoname

1,423 posts

120 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Aim for less than £20, but then I don't like clubs/pubs, I don't drink, and I always drive.

Jasandjules

57,984 posts

136 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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Well I used to spend around £1-200 on a Saturday night. Now I am old I don't really go out anymore...... Prefer a nice takeaway delivered....

jas xjr

9,203 posts

146 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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since i gave up drinking, for health reasons , i dont bother going out now . in fact the last "do , " i went to was my god daughters second birthday party .

it is quite refreshing that i do not spend hours of my life in pubs anymore , although it is a great shame that my social life revolved around drinking

Fort Jefferson

7,826 posts

129 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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bhstewie said:
Wow, I'm clearly just far too sensible or tight.
I'm pleased to say, so am I.

gcollins

276 posts

73 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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The Moose said:
Anywhere between £30 for a couple of rounds down the pub to £250+ for a proper night out with meal, club etc.

Don't object to either.

Waht concerns me is your measure of whether it's a good night or not is whether you pulled or not. Very strange!
Probably as its going to cost him another £50 for an hooker

liller

625 posts

76 months

Sunday 7th October 2012
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bhstewie said:
Wow I'm clearly just far too sensible or tight.
haha, that's just what I was thinking!!

It is pretty gross how much you can blow on a night out and not even think about it but when it comes to buying new clothes etc. its always 'not sure I can afford that'