‘The Jager Wristband’ – The only Fresher’s wristband needed

Welcome to Brighton and The Jager Wristband

Coming to Brighton for university can be daunting with the freshers fair throwing every kind of club wristband and discount in front of you. Knowing where to head on a night out can be tricky too, which is why the UK’s biggest freshers wristband is here to help!

The Jager Wristband is the only wristband needed for freshers year 2018! Unlike the Student Union passes which last for a couple of weeks, The Jager Wristband lasts for the entire year and is officially endorsed by Jagermiester, with giveaways continually throughout the year too!

They aim to sell 5,000 wristbands, with 400+ events includes, 35+ DJs/artists, plus discounts on 2 huge Brighton festivals too!

Some of the exciting artists last year included: Snoop Dogg, Skepta, Jason Derulo, Giggs, Fatboy Slim, Kano, Kid Ink and many more.

Already confirmed at some events this year, include bouncy castles, gladiator inflatables, giant foam cannons, beer pong, face paint, paint parties, LED parties, Macdonalds party, The Harry Potter Bar Crawl and so much more.

The wristband offers free entry before 11:30pm to a whole host of Brighton’s biggest club nights, including Brighton’s biggest student event CU Next Tuesday at The Arch, Brighton’s VIP student night Lollipop Thursdays at Shoosh, Runaway Friday’s at Shoosh, Weekly Friday After Parties 3:00am-9:00am Booty Call at The Hub, and Glam Saturday’s at Shoosh!

Plus a FREE shot for every ROX & We Are Freshers night you attend, just simply flash your wristband to redeem.

And that’s not it! With the wristband, you can get discounted entry for Boundary Festival 2018 and Halloween CarnEvil!

The Jager Wristband is available for both Brighton and Sussex university students, officially endorsed by Jager and is great value for money in the long run!

For more information and tickets, head over to The Jager Wristband website.

Acts and pictures from last year:

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