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Is your best friend getting married and you want to throw him a party but you are not doing that great in the cash department? Well, the fact that you and the other groomsmen are broke, doesn’t mean you can’t throw a killer bachelor party. So, how do you throw an epic bachelor party with little to no money?

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Keep reading and you might find a few interesting ideas:

  1. Poker Night

    If you and your friends are poker aficionados but don’t want to go to Las Vegas and spend the money that you don’t have. You can organize a fun poker night at home with cigars, cards, booze, good music, snacks and lots of chips.

  2. Video games marathon

    Is the groom a video games rock star? What about a video games tournament with his best friends. Lots of snacks and beers along with a collection of everyone’s video games and consoles can be a great plan for those of you who enjoy sleepless nights drinking energy drinks in between matches of Battlefield 1 online or Fortnite.

  3. Sports

    Maybe poker and video games are not your thing. Perhaps you and your friends are sports fans and would rather enjoy the night watching a big match together at sports bar or even cheaper, at home. Another option is to go play a game yourselves at a local park accompanied by your friends, your gear and a cooler of beer and snacks.

  4. Bowling

    If sports like basketball, baseball or football are too much for you and your crew, perhaps a bachelor bowling night could be the answer to your prayers.

  5. Karaoke night

    Whether you decide to go to your local karaoke establishment or host the karaoke session at home, pack your fridge with booze and your pantry with snacks. Also, make sure your phone is charged so you can film all of the embarrassing moments with it.

  6. Comedy Roast

    Roasts don’t just happen on Comedy Central. Round up the guys and build a “throne” for the groom (imagination is a necessity here), then fill the room (whether at a restaurant, bar or home) and launch into the guy. Remember to keep it light (do mention the time you knocked the wind out of him playing football; don’t mention his dog dying when he was 9 years old).

  7. BBQ

    Beers and grilled food, who doesn’t love the combination? You can easily host a backyard bachelor barbecue. Have everyone contribute something small, like a side dish or drinks, and grill an assortment of meats, veggies and more. is a high ranking blog, press release and news publishing website. We publish content from trusted sources.

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