This UK Company Will Pay You To Go Clubbing And Post Pictures
Upcoming nightlife curator app Nyt Lyf are recruiting one professional nightlife reviewer to test the clubbing scene in their area.
The best part is, you'll actually get paid to party, socialise with your friends and go to the best nights out in your area.
Nyt Lyf will pay you at least £20 per venue, plus expenses incurred getting access to the venue, and they'll cover travel too.
All you have to do it provide Nyt Lyf with your findings as well as share some video and photos on social media - which is near enough exactly what we do on a night out for free.
As part of the deal, you'll be expected to visit at least five nightclubs, club nights and parties... woe is me!
The selected person must be 18 (obvs) and you can apply by filling out a form online here. The application closes on 31st October and the winner will be announced on 14th November.
Among the clubs could be The Depot in Manchester. The city's arts and music venue, located in a former train depot opposite Piccadilly Station, began hosting famous club night The Warehouse Project in September for their upcoming autumn and winter calendar.
The venue's 10,000-person capacity will not only make it the biggest club night in the UK but will put it on a par with the current Guinness Book of World Records holder of the largest nightclub in the world, Privilege in Ibiza, which can also hold 10,000 revellers.
The Warehouse Project has predicted they'll see a million revellers through their three month-long season, which kicks off on Friday, 20th September and will run through until Wednesday, 1st January.
There will also be a plethora of other clubs across the country to chose from.
So, get your party shoes on, people!
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