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Posted: 23 Sep 2016 02:05 AM PDT
Here's an interesting follow up to my recent post on how expensive weddings can be.
Money magazine has a piece on how some couples are saving a ton by having their weddings on Thursdays.
Yep, going off of prime time is always a saver no matter what you do and it's no different with weddings.
Most people don't want to get married on Thursday, right? Of course not! This means Thursdays are bargain-days!!!
From the article:
Joe, a dentist outside the New York City area, said the couple saved at least 20% on photography and around 40% on flowers just by changing their wedding date.
"We had a lot more purchasing power," he said. "Everyone would come down [in price] when they heard the word Thursday."
Booking a venue for a Thursday is 17% cheaper on average than hosting a Saturday night affair, according to Tina Hoang-To, CEO and co-founder of Wedding Spot, a wedding venue marketplace.
Many wedding professionals are more likely to negotiate their rates because there is less competition for their services [on Thursdays].
For instance, catering and reception venue Anthony's Pier 9 in New York, where the Brownes got married, reduces its minimum head count and price per head by $20 for non-weekend weddings.
A few other thoughts:
Overall, this sounds like a GREAT idea to save a bundle. Then again, I'm a guy so I could get married in a Taco Bell at breakfast.
What do the rest of you think? Worth the savings or not?
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