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Poll: How much do you spend on a night out?
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2.56%
£5 - £10 (2)
2.56%
£10 - £15 (11)
14.1%
£15 - £20 (12)
15.38%
£20 - £25 (16)
20.51%
£25 - £30 (11)
14.1%
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8.97%
£35 - £40 (6)
7.69%
£40+ (11)
14.1%
Cupid Stunt
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How much?? and on what? Food, drink etc.

I'm on about £30 a night on drinks when I'm at clubs, ridiculous! Maybe £10 less on a student night. £5-£10 on traveling.

I've spent near £200 in two weeks just from going out and I'm now on my last £50 I think, how depressing.

Crappy poll added...If you spend bang on one of them then I don't know aht to choose, I'm hanging I can't help it.
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I rarely go clubbing, so usually about a tenner, never more than 20 quid unless I'm going up to london clubbing or doing something special. I get free bus travel and never get cabs which probably helps.
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Taxi back: £5-7
Food: £3-4
Drink: Probably no more than £20
So spend about £30ish max.
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Usually £20 but sometimes that can go up to £30.
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When i go clubbing ill usually take £20 if we';re going for pre drinks somewhere in town than maybe £30 tops
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I try to spend no more than £15 on drink, much less if I eat out in a restaurant. My parents cover travel costs, which is nice of them.
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Erm, quite abit, id say round 40£ on a good nite - mostly on drinks ... well.. all on drinks
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Depends where i'm going but if its clubbing then £40 is about the minimum.

But if its just to a pub with my mates then its only about 20 quid.
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It's wide ranging! From very little (pubs, especially when I'm owed drinks... which I always am...) to 50+ (taxis, cover charges/club entry, expensive overpriced booze...)
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I can kind of understand why people pay ridiculous prices for meals now (the stupidly expensive ones £50 for chips), people spend just as much on a night out drinking.

Kind of draining my bank because I have no money coming in atm, lol.
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I hardly drink, so that cancels that cost out.
Then, there's transport, which usually costs quite a bit as I live in the middle of nowhere.
Food.
Depends what I'm doing really.

In general, about £20.
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£30 is the limit, though special allowances for entrance (can be up to £15 for tickets) travel (usually a fiver) sometimes even dinner if we're out from earlier.

Usually £15 -£25 does me nicely, some spare change for the next time
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Cupid Stunt
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(Original post by nothingspek)
I hardly drink, so that cancels that cost out.
Then, there's transport, which usually costs quite a bit as I live in the middle of nowhere.
Food.
Depends what I'm doing really.

In general, about £20.
I wish I didn't drink, it's a waste of money, specially when you can't remember the night. :laugh:
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At uni / student night - £10
At home - £40 :eek:
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:s oh dear. Well if I don't go out on a student night...

I usually used to spend aroud £60 on one night.
But, sometimes the taxi would cost amost £10
Only about £2 on food
The rest on drink

But if I only take cash out I'm fine only takin £30, wouldn't like to limit myself any less... and I'm not a crazy drunk either :s
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£30 would be my max, if gonig out for food and drink and entertainment
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(Original post by Cupid Stunt)
I wish I didn't drink, it's a waste of money, specially when you can't remember the night. :laugh:
Exactly :p:
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Over £40.

Bottle of wine to drink whilst getting ready. (£5)
Taxi. (£3)
Drinks in 'spoons. (£10)
Ferry. (£2.10)
Taxi. (£1)
I never pay entry.
Drinks in club. (£10-£30)
Cheesy chips (always seem a good idea whilst waiting for a taxi) (£1.50)
Taxi home. (£10 when shared with 6 others)
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(Original post by nothingspek)
Exactly :p:
I do tend to remember the night... I just drink like a fish obviously...
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usually £20
everyone will chip in for some cheap vodka for pre-drinks then depending on how many people its usually only £2 each way in the taxi. Then £4 entry fee (although we usually get in free) £2 entry to another place we go and then the rest on drinks and maybe a burger at the end of the night.
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