Freshers 2019 Blue Wristband

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We understand that it can be frustrating if you are not 18 during Freshers, and we don’t want you to miss out on some of our wristband deals and packages, which is why we have introduced a blue wristband, which will give you access to three of our main Freshers Week events, 'The BIG Freshers Pub Quiz', 'Scottish Ceilidh Night' and 'Live Stand Up Comedy'.

Wristbands are available to pre-order now, and will be also be available to buy during Freshers, although we only have limited stocks so we suggest ordering yours now to avoid disappointment.

Before ordering your blue wristband, please read our Freshers Wristband FAQ's

Please note this band is not valid for any events taking place at Atik Nightclub.


HOW DO YOU GET YOUR WRISTBAND?
Wristbands and wristband packages are available for collection only, there are no delivery options available. We will have the following wristband collection points set up during Freshers 2019:

- Saturday 7th September    -   12pm-4pm @ Woolmanhill Halls
- Sunday 8th September     -   12pm-4pm @ Woolmanhill Halls
- Mon 9th - Fri 15th Sept     -   10am-4pm @ RGU:Union Office, Garthdee

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