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Just thought i would try and get some crack going.How do you think the poor exchange rate effect clubbing numbers visiting the white isle in 2009?
i can still see plenty of numbers but the smaller nights are really going to suffer as everyone will be on a budget saving their money for the bigger nights and only going to a superclub a few times on their trip
Not sure, clubbing in Slough can get pretty wildthing is, regardless of how much you get for your money, wouldn't you rather spend it in ibiza than skegness or your local.
Not sure, clubbing in Slough can get pretty wild
I think that this year will be the one that the clubs and the island in general get a kick up the arse.
I can see the last two weeks in July and first two in August being busy without being the complete jam-packed affair that they usually are but the rest of the summer being unaturally quiet.
It can go one of two ways from there in my opinion....Either it goes on a downward spiral year upon year or there is some revision of just how much they are ripping the pish with their prices and numbers will recover within a few years.
We're still going but will be going first 2 weeks in August to guarentee there is a buzz abut the place while we are there....Usually we avoid that time like the plague due to the over-busyness but am confident that the drop in numbers will make it a lot more bearable.
Maybe a quiet year and loss of revenue will give the authorities a glimpse of the chunk of the economy they can potentially lose? I understand that the clubbing side is by no means the biggest source of tourist cash but nonetheless in the current claimate there are not many who can afford to make the choice to try and purposefully rid themselves of a fairly large source of money.
How about the dj's also request less cash to help costs?
This is the point I made in the open chat thread on this issue.The majority of the rest of the people that holiday there are from Germany, Italy and Spain. I can't see the strength of the Euro against the pound holding them back, can you?