Don't have definite numbers for the stag do yet?
With StagWeb, the UK's leading stag planners, we only need your maximum group numbers to secure your weekend.
- I don't know my final group numbers, can I still book?
- How do I find out the minimum number needed for the price to stay the same?
- Where do I tell you my group size?
- Does this vary with self-catering accommodation?
- The stag do is within 6 weeks, do you need final numbers?
I don't know my final group numbers, can I still book?
People are flaky... fact!
We've been planning stag dos since 2002 and can tell you now – some of the lads will probably drop out.
That's why we're super flexible.
If you have 12 guys definitely confirmed and 3 maybes, book for 15!
If people drop out, no dramas.
The price of your event won't change unless you drop below the minimum number of people which will be clearly outlined before you book.
How Do I Find Out the Minimum Number of People Needed?
Once you've submitted your enquiry, our Destination Specialists will get to work putting your legendary weekend together.
They'll then send you your quote with a breakdown of your weekend.
On your Event Summary, it will say:
'Price per person won't change unless your group size drops below XX'
Where Do I Tell You My Group Size?
When you send us your free, no-obligation stag enquiry, you'll be able to input your group size before you submit the form.
Does this Vary with Self-Catering Accommodation?
We will need your exact group numbers to book any self-catering properties.
My Stag Do is Within 6 Weeks, Do You Need Final Numbers?
Unfortunately, as your event date is so close, we would need final numbers to book.
What Are You Waiting For?
Don't waste a minute – you're not the only guys in the UK looking to party.
The longer you delay sending in your free stag enquiry, the more likely it is that you'll miss out on your preferred choices.
Don't miss out.
Send your enquiry across now and our expert team of Destination Specialists will get to work building that legendary weekend.
It's free – why wouldn't you put us to the test?!