Even in the face of a recession, the cost of a hen night is still substantial.
The cost of living just keeps getting higher and higher and, from what the HenStuff.co.uk team have seen and heard, hen night costs have more
than doubled over the last decade. Recent stats put the cost of a hen do at £157 per person. There are lots of reasons why the cost of hen parties
is rising. The number of hens heading overseas for their parties is on the rise and more and more people are getting increasingly extravagant in
their tastes. Everyone wants a celebrity lifestyle these days and a swanky hen do is part of the fun!
When budgeting for a hen night, it’s a good idea to do so in advance, and to get as many details as possible to give you an accurate idea of how
much money will be needed. You may want to ask:
- If there is travel and accommodation involved
- If there is a theme that may involve purchasing special clothing or accessories
- And where the hen night will take place
The night may run through multiple venues, and if you’re able to find the exact name of each restaurant, club or bar, you can visit their website to see the menu and prices ahead of time, or read reviews online to get an idea of the average cost.