It's all about the cocktails at this party spot, which has a seemingly endless list of drinks. Things kick off with Champagne cocktails, which is included in your £15 ticket price, and continue with DJs and dancing until the early hours.
Budget Friendly New Year's Eve in Manchester
Everybody knows that New Year's Eve is an expensive night out... but it doesn't have to be. Do a little digging and you'll uncover plenty of cheap places to spend New Year's Eve in Manchester. So if you're celebrating New Year's Eve on a budget this year, then check out our guide to the best budget friendly New Year's Eve events in Manchester, and get ready to bring in 2018 without bringing in the bank managers.
Big on beats and all about that budget friendly partying, Revolution Deansgate Locks are inviting you to welcome in the new year with a night of cocktails and DJs. The best part? It's going to cost you as little as £5 to get in.
You don't need pockets full of cash to party at this spot, with tickets a very affordable £10 which includes a free glass of prosecco before 9pm. Inside, you'll find a saxophonist, DJ, and plenty of martinis - which while a little pricey, are bringing a whole lot of bang for your buck.
What can £15 get you? Well if you're heading to Flight Club for New Year's Eve, a lot. Tuck into 90 minutes on their state-of-the-art darts technology, a glass of fizz, a bottle of bubbly for group bookings, face painting, sausage rolls and a DJ to see you through to the early hours.
Get your fizz and entry for only a fiver as All Star Lanes is taking it back to the 90s. The quirky spot will be churning out anthems from Spice Girls, S Club and Oasis, along with handing out the glowsticks for a party atmosphere.
Snap up entry to one of the most surreal New Year's parties for only £2 as Coyote Ugly keep it affordable; they won't be slacking on the party vibes though - there will be all the usual table dancing and drinking to get through.
Notorious for throwing quite the wild bash, join Liquor Store this new year's as they welcome 2019 with a night of pizza and partying. Better yet? There's a Jaeger fountain, and entry starts from a reasonable £5.
Deaf Institute are going all out this year for New Year's Eve, inviting in some of their favourite acts, past and present. Tickets start from £8, and includes a night of amazing performances, from Body Talk in the 'dungeon' through to Bollox in the main room.
This Central Manchester spot is looking further afield for its New Year's Eve party with a Harlem '70s theme. That not enough for ya? The party is going on for a massive 12 hours - amazing value when tickets start at £10.