Create your hen do, stag do or group event
What type of trip are you looking for?
How it works >
not got a clue about your do? Give me ideas
Where are you heading?
With Red7...
you get 32 years of experience - ooh get us, we're gurus!
Flying from?
With Red7...
you can book flights, accommodation and activities - that's everything sorted.
When are you going?
With Red7...
theres no need for you to pay for everyone up front - you all pay Red7 individually.
How long are you going for?
With Red7...
you can pay in instalments, we have flexible payment plans to make it easy.
And how many people in total?
With Red7...
you can invite friends in seconds. So whos in?
Ideas

Pre-stag party planning

Red7, April 21, 2011

It’s stag party time, but first…

Soon you’ll all be in the middle of the maddest of stag nights, but before you reach the main event, there are a few things you should really get in order.

Organising the stag do: obviously!

This is traditionally the best man’s party: he picks the events and takes (some) responsibility for the night. Even so, there are a lot of people to please and they all want to go to different places – never easy.

Security

Watch your wallet. It’s not easy to snatch your valuables when you’ve got them hidden in a monkey outfit, but it still happens. The very best thing to do is only take plastic, or even delegate one person, usually the non-drinker, to carry the wallets.

Travel insurance

If you are off to a stag do abroad, you should think about travel insurance – there’s been plenty of strikes in the last two years, so it could be worth getting covered. At least have contents insurance that covers loss of items when on holiday – but don’t try to claim for the monkey outfit you left on the beach at midnight…

Money

It’s especially important to have some local currency lined up. And check out 0% rates of commission – they do exist. Also look at how much your bank charges if you use cash machines abroad – and if credit card debits can actually be traced to the pole dancing joint you told your partner that you’d never visited.


BACK TO TOP
Contact Us