Below are 10 facts for you to digest over the Eater Bank Holiday Weekend about a very special British tradition; the hen and stag do.
Right let’s not waste anymore time jibber jabbering:
Not many stag and hen parties choose the Easter Weekend to celebrate – this is obviously down to group members having family commitments – try and explain to the kids that you are going on a stag do when the Easter Bunny is coming!
The average hen party pays £157 per person for their night / weekend and a stag pays £153 per person, back in 2008 the average spend for a stag do was just £91 per person!
The average age of a man when he takes the plunge into married life is 29 years old and a woman is 27 years old – why is the woman always younger? I suppose because women mature quicker then men, some men don’t mature at all, like me! In 1990 when tying the know the average man was 26 years old and the average woman was 23 years old.
The average amount we spend whilst on a hen or stag do is approximately £100 however some of our stags have told us that they can spend anything up to £500 depending on where they go and how long they go for, just to confirm this is spending money and doesn’t include activities or accommodation.
The average speed of a Rage Buggy is 58mph, the average speed of the old dirt buggies back in the 90’s was 25mph!!!
Reading is the top choice for parties who don’t want to travel too far. Groups who choose to celebrate their hen or stag do in Reading will drive less miles to get there then any other destination in the UK.
The furthest city from London where you can spend a stag or hen do in is Auckland, New Zealand – 18,326km away (based on cities of a million plus people).
A recent survey conducted by Go Euro have stated that the most cheapest place for a Beer is Krakow in Poland which costs £1.07, the most expensive on average is Geneva at £4.08.
Peak season is between May and July when half of all stag and hen weekends throughout the year are taken.