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Bachelor Parties on a Budget: 7 Great Ideas
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to throw a fantastic bachelor party. Talk to the groom about the kinds of “guy things” he wants for the big night. These ideas can get you started:

Pitch a tent. Bachelor parties aren’t all about hopping a plane to Vegas anymore. Today’s grooms love to celebrate “guyness” in more rustic ways. Grab some tents and spend the night around the campfire enjoying fine drinks and fun stories. Many national parks let you camp out for free. They even provide clean restroom and shower facilities for the urban cowboys on your guest list.

Create your own skybox. If your groom’s a big sports fan, throw him a bachelor party in his natural environment. Call the special events office at any stadium to find out about deals for group ticket buys. Most clubs can put your group together if you give them enough notice. Even if you can’t afford the luxury suite, many teams will let you celebrate in their VIP lounges before or after the game at no extra charge. You might even get your buddies on the Jumbotron!

Go where the action is. Why hassle with renting a hotel suite and hiring strippers when you can bring the party to them? Call some of the classier strip clubs in your area to arrange VIP tables for your bachelor party. Most clubs will keep your groom’s glass full on the house. You can even hire a limo service to shuttle you from club to club, so the party keeps moving all night!

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