Cheap Clubs in Birmingham
Whilst the recession is in decline (we hear), we all know that saving a few pounds here and there helps that strain right? Enjoying yourself on a night out also settles that strain, but why pay through the nose for a pint or entry to a club? These great clubs in Birmingham promise wallet friendly drinks deals and bank friendly entry prices that wont leave you checking your account at 3am. Check out our recommendations for cheap clubs in Birmingham.
One of Brum's most popular haunts, this club in Birmingham might not be renowned for its ground breaking decor but is known for its great tunes and even greater drinks deals. Head down on a Saturday night in Birmingham for retro hits and purse friendly beverages starting from just £1.50.
Birmingham's premium gay nightclub have a cheap night of epic proportions, and it happens every week! Boasting some of the best in urban vibes and floor-fillers, Pounded at Nightingale Club sees DJ Craig and Miss Marty take to the decks. Oh and did we forget to mention? Some of the drinks go down to an oh so reasonable £1 that night!
It's not a club by any means, but Revolution bar in Broad Street boast so many DJ nights and party vibes that you may just think otherwise. From hen and stag nights in Birmingham to student nights, Revolution bar are the kings and queens of good times and great drinks deals that will have you partying until sundown.
Another of Birmingham's great underground venues, PST in Digbeth is known for its reputation as a cracking reggae haunt and cool independent attitude. Head here for great dub music, reggae tracks, a rooftop bar and pints that wont ever (and we mean probably ever) cost you more than £4 a pop.
Looking for some real value for your money? This club just shy of Birmingham city centre could be the place to find it. A warehouse club with underground vibes, pay just £10 on Tuesday night before 12pm and you not only get entry included, but you'll be served 10 drinks too. Now, 10 drinks for £10? You do the math.
On the up and coming when it comes to Birmingham's Indie crowd, TALK is a bustling yet laid back club that promises cheap tipples by the bucket load as indie cindy's with their lego haircut and polka dot dresses dance to the tunes of Kings of Leon, Alt-J and more. With entry from as little as £1.50, it's cheaper to get into TALK than it is to buy a malteasers multi-pack.