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NEVER mind who’s topping the bill — a festival can leave you with a bill that tops £400.

That’s the average cost of going to one in the UK — including the ticket, transport plus food and drink — according to money.co.uk.

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Festivals don't have to leave you so out of pocket

But there are savings to be had, starting from when you book. Last year half of festival-goers nabbed early bird tickets which are cheaper.

Sun Savers reveals top ­money- saving tips for festivals that will be music to your ears.

  1. Carpool. Public transport can be extortionate if you are travelling a long distance. Get the gang together and pool resources for petrol — and add a killer playlist for the journey. If there aren’t enough people or you can’t drive, use sites such as gocarshare.com/festival to find or offer a lift.

  2. Drinks. A pint can cost as much as a fiver at most festivals so having a decent stock of booze at your campsite can help you save the pennies. Check with the organisers how much you can bring as it varies. If you don’t fancy lugging crates of beer, share spirits with your mates. You can’t bring glass in so pour your spirit of choice in a foldable water bottle — Poundland sells two for £1.

  3. Food. Festival nosh is notoriously expensive, which means you could spend up to £50 daily on meals. Plan ahead to save your wallet by buying 35p instant noodle pots from Asda and pay for hot water which is usually around £1 on-site. Stock up on snacks such as cereal bars from Tesco, which are 70p for 6-pack, and plenty of cured meats and mini pies in a cool box — the carbs should keep those hangovers at bay.

  4. Work it. Want to enjoy all the music at a festival for

    FREE? Working at a festival is your best bet. It will involve a set number of hours doing jobs such as working behind the bar, spreading the word about a charity or litter duty. You can apply with sites such as festaff.co.uk, or charities like Oxfam. Working with Oxfam also rewards you with free meals and hot showers — what a luxury!

  5. Go abroad. Most of the festivals in Europe are cheaper than ones in the UK — and usually have better weather. Rock en Seine in Paris is only £122 for three days and features worldwide acts including Macklemore and 30 Seconds to Mars. If that doesn’t sway you, maybe consider just getting a day pass.

  6. Pack essentials. Make a list of things you need beforehand because supermarkets and chemists are not readily available and the shops on-site are expensive. To save money, your group can set up a PayPal Money Pool as a pot for your essentials, creating it via social media and tracking your targets — so you can see who hasn’t paid for that round of beers.

  • All prices on this page are correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers ­subject to availability.

Former Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas plays a reluctant festival-goer in film The Festival alongside his fiancé Hannah Tointon

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Reader's saving tip

HILARY MEAKEN, from Ripley, Derbys, says: “If you are making fruit-based booze at home, use a pair of old clean tights to strain the fruits, saving money on buying a new muslin cloth!”

Send us your tips to sunsavers.co.uk/tips and you’ll get 28 codes worth £5 if your tip is used. Please include your name and town.

Deal of the day

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SAVE: £5

My Sun Savers fiver

GEMMA DEACON, from LEICESTER says: “I’m saving my fivers to put towards my little girl’s birthday treat, which is to see the Snailspace arts exhibition in Brighton.”

Send us your Savers fiver stories to sunsavers.co.uk/fivers and you’ll get 28 codes worth £5 if your tip is used. Please include your name and town.

Shop & save

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Your paper could be worth £15,000

Don't miss out on this month’s Sun Savers Raffle – if you go out and buy a copy of The Sun it could be worth £15,000!

Every Sun Savers code you enter will earn you a ticket for our fab £15,000 monthly Raffle.

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Join thousands of readers taking part in the new Sun Savers Raffle

Plus, for every ten tickets you collect in a calendar month, you will get a GOLDEN TICKET for your chance to win our huge £80,000 Raffle, which takes place every three months.

The next £80k Raffle is at the end of September. To get involved, opt in to each month’s Raffle by clicking “Yes!” when prompted and start collecting the Sun Savers codes printed daily inside your favourite newspaper.

You can find today’s Sun Savers code

on Page 32.

With every Sun Savers code you enter into the Sun Savers app or website, you will automatically earn a ticket for that month’s £15,000 Raffle.

There is no limit to how many tickets you can collect per month, so make sure you enter as many Sun Savers codes as you can to give yourself the best chance of winning. Remember, you’ve got to be in it to win it! For more on how the Sun Savers Raffle works, see below.

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Not yet a Sun Savers member? Sign up now – it takes just a few moments.

Search “Sun Savers” in the app store or visit sunsavers.co.uk and enter a few basic details to get started.

With Sun Savers, you can take advantage of huge competitions, bonuses on Superdays out and loads of other exclusive offers.

Plus, as a Sun Savers member, you will also start bagging free cash each time you pick up the paper.

All our members earn £5 for every 28 Sun Savers codes they collect.

Just pick up the paper and find the Sun Savers code, then enter it into the Sun Savers app or online at sunsavers.co.uk.

You can then cash out your free fiver or use it to pay for Sun rewards such as our unbeatable Hols From £9.50.

HOW TO GRAB YOUR CHANCE TO WIN

STEP 1

Opt in to the Raffle EVERY month by clicking “Yes!” when prompted on the Sun Savers app or sunsavers.co.uk.

STEP 2

Once you have opted in, every time you enter a Sun Savers code you will earn a ticket into the £15,000 Raffle. Plus for every TEN Sun Savers codes you enter in each calendar month, you will earn a GOLDEN ticket into the £80,000 Raffle.

STEP 3

Click on the Sun Savers Raffle in the “Offers” section of Sun Savers and you will be able to see all the Raffle tickets you have collected, including your golden tickets. You can also check out past winners.

STEP 4

Head over to the Sun Savers calendar to see your Raffle ticket numbers and find out when the next Raffle draw is taking place!

Terms and Conditions

Collect TEN Sun Savers codes from the 18 printed in The Sun between Saturday, July 28, and Tuesday, August 14, 2018. The last chance to join in is Sunday, August 5. Competition closes at 23:59pm on Monday, August 27.

Over 18, residents of the UK only. One entry per person. Winners will be selected at random from all valid entries.

There will be four winners of 1 x £5,000 cash. Allow seven days from entry closing for the draw to take place. Winners will then be notified within 14 days. Please allow 28 days for receipt of prizes. Prize is non-transferable. Your information will only be used for the purposes of this competition.

Promoter is News Group Newspapers Ltd. Not open to staff of the Promoter and promotional partner or their families.

The winners will be asked to participate in reasonable publicity relating to this competition. The Editor’s decision is final. For a list of winners, please send a stamped addressed envelope to News UK, Competitions Department, 1 London Bridge Street, London SE1 9GF, stating which competition you would like the winners’ details for.

Fancy a free fiver?

YOU can get 

FREE cash with super Sun Savers just for buying your favourite paper.

Our brilliant new rewards club will pay back our most loyal readers.

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Just pick up the paper each day to collect your Sun Savers codes and we will 

GIVE YOU £5 when you have ­collected 28.

This isn’t a one-off and there is no limit to how much cash you can save.

For every 28 codes you enter, we will give you a fiver. So over the course of a year, that could add up to £65.

We are keeping it super-simple. You don’t have to enter codes from consecutive days, so don’t worry if you forget a day or two.

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Download our easy Sun Savers app and quickly scan your code using your smartphone. Or go online and enter your code at sunsavers.co.uk.

 

 

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To get you on your way, join today and we will put a bonus £1 in your Sun Savers wallet tomorrow.

And the good news doesn’t stop with free cash.

With Sun Savers, we give you the best hacks, deals and tips to save money every single day.

 

My Sun Savers fiver

JANET LOVEGROVE of Hastings, East Sussex, says: “I cashed out the £50 I’d saved in my Sun Savers wallet and used it to pay for my tooth filling.”

Source : https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/6972116/sun-savers-festival-moneysaving-tips/

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