17 clever ways to save money at festivals

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Music festivals are an amazing summer experience-acres of mud, flower garlands and dubious drunken stunt. But they also don't know they're healthy for your bank account

You've already forgiven a fair dose

For the freshmen of the festival, in particular, it is easy to complete the expenses more than you planned. So, we've collected a couple of vetted and tested advice to help you cut the costs of the festival without a party!

Huck to save money at music festivals

Specify the daily budget

In the atmosphere of the festival it is very easy to take away and spend a foolish amount of money on alcohol and food

Decide how much money you'll be happy to spend on the entire festival and share them every day. Or take this sum of money in cash (

In any case, don't think you have to keep up with your friends when it comes to buying things. Lie to the music festival and concentrate your efforts on sucking the atmosphere of the festival

Reserve an emergency fund

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You also need to make sure you put down the contingency fund in case you need to

The last thing you want is to leave high and dry with no money to even feed yourself, and finish when you need to borrow from your friends

Leave your expensive clothes at home

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We will not pretend that people don't care how they look at festivals-flower garlands, boring shorts and accessories from the beetles-that is what the festivals say

But one of the biggest costs of the weekend could be

With limited security, it is better not to attract favorite coaches or jeans or any of them

Remember, the festivals are 80% of the dirt, so all you want to leave is clean, leave it at home!

Look at the free services

There are a lot of cool services, which are often overlooked at festivals, but with a sharp eye you can spend some time in the bag

You will often find tents in which you can generate the energy that will be generated

However, there is still a lot to say for switching your phone and enjoying the real life on the weekends

Bring your own charger

If you don't, you will be charged ... Charge! Avoid this by investing in a portable charger-they are not too expensive these days, they are worth long-term investments, and we often take them to our own

Most decent charging systems will be able to recharge your phone

If you feel very cheap, you could even offer a charge to another festival-mountain in exchange for beer!

Keep your money safe

Festivals are notorious for being suddenly the most careless people on the planet, and the loss of cash is nearly as common as Hunter Wellesus is on the main stage

Besides, the fact that tents are probably the easiest thing to break into EVER is also important to keep your money and valuers

Our advice? Investment in

If you think carrying a bag is a cardinal sin, go for it

Don't buy the festival program

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This may be tempting to pay for the festival program, but it is not necessary, and they tend to be highly inflated

With tiny planning, you can

If you're not very sentimental, and you're working on a collection of programs from every festival you've ever been to, spending a tanner on a booklet that you have to lose in the mud is zero

Avoid the use of ATMs and cash

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Cash money on you might not feel like the smartest idea, but you're already

It is really easy to lose your debit card if you are constantly blinking in a dirty field, especially among the masses of people who are insured at the festival

You'll get everything you need. It is unlikely that any festival will have cash registers, which offer free inference, so do not cast away this time! Get rid of the expenses and take your money before you go

Lots of festival cars

The other option is to take

Book your travel in advance

Like on any trip, it's simple:

People often make a mistake waiting until the last minute to book their tickets in the hope that prices will fall, but I bet everyone else will have the same idea!

As soon as you know the dates of the festival and the time of the opening of the campsite, book your trip ASAP. And one more thought of something about it later

For more information about how to provide the best prices for your travel, see our manuals

A car with friends

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If you do not plan to use public transport, you can ride with friends or on board to share the costs of what you are assigning to the driver

Take the others in the car with you

You can also use a trip to get a guide for the fun way ahead! Who in any case likes to drive alone?

Let' s check the limits of the festival to save for alcohol

There's nothing worse

Anyway, you'll always be sure

You can also specify a rule (or at least try!) that you will drink water until a certain time of day. It'll save you the alcohol all day, and your liver will be grateful!

Volunteers to get a free ticket

Every year, the festivals will be on a stamp for volunteers to help with things like handing out bracelets at the entrance, selling programs, or helping clean up trash

In exchange, you will

Volunteers to be at festivals for such charities like War Child, you can also get to some of the best festivals in the country-and

Sign as early as possible, since volunteer positions can quickly be filled. It is also a great way to get acquainted with new people and develop some manual work

Rover the plastic cups for cash

As more and more festivals strive to become greenish, making cash for disposal, quickly becomes one of the easiest ways to help finance your festival over the weekend!

Many of them are difficult to promote recycling

You could find yourself a couple of extra drinks just because they have leftovans and they do

Don't spend your money on expensive tents

You can easily spend hundreds on all your camping, but it's not necessary, and the chances of it being damaged are (let' s be honest) pretty high

Most of the collection you take at the festival ends in a dumpster, because you can always rely on the British summer

However, you may not want to go for the absolute cheapest, as the quality is probably fair. A lot of cheap, like chips of the festival ends in landfills that hurt the Earth (garden)

You don't have to empty your savings, but if you spend a little more on a tent that lasts a few years, you can use it again, which will save you money and the environment forever! Double win!

Keep an eye on him

Don't buy festival goods

It may be tempting, when you've just seen the best living kit ever, to rush and buy the entire festival product for an offer

Step up the moment, like it's gonna blow up in your budget, so take a few deep breathings and take a step back! You'll probably be able to pick it up for a cheaper online

If you really have a heart, at least to pick up a souvenir

Bring your food and buy food from the seller wisely

One of the biggest costs of any festival is food, so planning ahead of it can save you the absolute state

Take some food with you

It may seem obvious, but don't go for anything to do with preparation-when the time comes, most of the effort you can handle, it's opening a package (and even it's pushing it)

If you feel the temptations of the festival food, you jump out all your options before you do-watch what other people order to dry up, which salesmen have been walking around

Besides, maybe you should hang around the grocery store, just like them

button up the bottle

The growing trend of gypsies and festivals is to give you

A bottle with a bottle in the bottom of your bag can save you by shooting down your drinks, but you'll have to buy later! This rule is only to get more money from people, in which case it deserves to be broken!

So that's you! Follow these simple advice, and you might end up