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    Mine was £75. Ridiculous but it was at a fancy club in central London and included an alright 3 course meal, loads of champagne and 3 drinks vouchers.
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    Mine was £35 with a two-course meal, no free drinks or photos though! But it was at a rather high-class place in Harrogate, and pretty much everywhere round here's going to be expensive, so I sucked it up and paid. It helped that I bought my dress from ebay and that was £35 too.
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    (Original post by tania2396)
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    Is that a good or bad gasp?
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    (Original post by heirloom)
    Is that a good or bad gasp?
    im just surprised how expensive it was but then how much food you got!
    my year 11 prom was rubbish - the food was terrible - had a buffet style thing were the food didnt look appealing at all
    a few people just had a bit of a hard bread roll and a few potatoes and a lil fish + others refused to eat it!
    I had to pay £30 for a ticket :/
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    (Original post by tania2396)
    im just surprised how expensive it was but then how much food you got!
    my year 11 prom was rubbish - the food was terrible - had a buffet style thing were the food didnt look appealing at all
    a few people just had a bit of a hard bread roll and a few potatoes and a lil fish + others refused to eat it!
    I had to pay £30 for a ticket :/
    The food we had was quite nice actually plus the 6 bottles on an eight person table was also pretty nice
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    Mine's £30 (I think) for a 3 course meal and party and a leavers hoodie
    But we have college parties throughout the year that cost around a fiver and raise money for prom


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