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    okay so im considering getting the platinum card (the £140 one that lasts all year)
    however, im not quite sure if its quite suitable for me?
    like i feel like i wouldnt go out enough to make it worth it, cause im not huge on going out, and im not a fan of like dj sets or anything (going out is great but im pretty certain that i wouldnt be going out every week, yknow?)
    so i need advice- does anybody think i should just go for it? or should i perhaps get just the £60 freshers wristband instead? or maybe neither?
    please help im so stuck on this
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    (Original post by radicalspacecat)
    okay so im considering getting the platinum card (the £140 one that lasts all year)
    however, im not quite sure if its quite suitable for me?
    like i feel like i wouldnt go out enough to make it worth it, cause im not huge on going out, and im not a fan of like dj sets or anything (going out is great but im pretty certain that i wouldnt be going out every week, yknow?)
    so i need advice- does anybody think i should just go for it? or should i perhaps get just the £60 freshers wristband instead? or maybe neither?
    please help im so stuck on this
    one word - don't - people bought it last year and it's not worth your money unless you go to all of the events every Wed/Sat night - which are literally the same week in week out - just go for fresher's tickets is my advice
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    (Original post by CLM010195)
    one word - don't - people bought it last year and it's not worth your money unless you go to all of the events every Wed/Sat night - which are literally the same week in week out - just go for fresher's tickets is my advice
    thought that might be the case, thank you!
 
 
 
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