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​You Can Now Get Paid £50 An Hour To Sip Champagne At Wedding Fairs

​You Can Now Get Paid £50 An Hour To Sip Champagne At Wedding Fairs

Want to get paid to sip champagne and eye up wedding dresses? Well now, you can do just that.

An online exhibition platform is looking to hire a wedding fair tester to travel around the UK and review wedding fairs across England, Wales and Scotland.

The lucky chosen one will be paid £50 an hour to do so - plus travel expenses. Umm hello, pick us please?

This job will pay £50 an hour to attend wedding fairs and sample goodies (Credit: Pixabay)
This job will pay £50 an hour to attend wedding fairs and sample goodies (Credit: Pixabay)
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The job ad put out by Expo Cart requires no set experience, just someone who is willing to attend events most weekends, is over the age of 18, has a full UK driving license, fluent in English and has good written skills (the latter because you will be writing 1000-word reviews after each fair you attend).

You will be required to attend up to 20 exhibitions from March until the end of September this year, taking snaps at each and you also obviously need to be wedding-obsessed. So, if you hate the idea of fancy nuptials or checking out what the industry has to offer, you needn't apply.

Your feedback will help the brand expand its services in the wedding sector, by highlighting what the industry already offers, so it can bring new, popular services to those looking to get hitched.

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The only catch is that you will only get paid for a maximum of three hours per fair - so £150 at most.

A requirement for the job is to love all things wedding (Credit: Pexels)
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However we did ask whether you'd be paid for the time it takes for you to travel to the fair and back, and Expo Cart says if it was a particularly long journey they would cover the time - but it would be on a case by case basis.

Still £150 and expenses hardly seems a bad deal for a day's work supping champers. Plus, they'll pay for the entry fee for a plus one too, so you can drag along your best pal.

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Keen? Apply here by 9th March, explaining what would make you the best tester for the job.

Featured Image Credit: Pexels

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Lauren Bell

A freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a journalism degree, Lauren started off in real life magazines before moving into the fashion and lifestyle sector at the likes of Mail Online and Sun Online. Contact Tyla: [email protected]