5 Reasons You Should Go Out On A Saturday Instead Of A Friday Afternoon

IT"S A LONG WEEKEND PEOPLE!

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Ah Saturdays, the most beautiful day (ESPECIALLY when you don't have to worry about work on Sunday).

Yes, a long weekend is looming (YAASSS!) and we've got the ultimate solution to take your weekend from 0 to 100 real quick.

But Saturdays are the new Fridays, and we're here to tell you why.

Five reasons why, in fact.

5. You need some RnR before diving into a party

Seriously, Friday afternoons are better spent chillaxing, rather than diving straight into a midday brunch off the back of a hardcore work week. Enjoy a lazy Friday, to recharge, ready for a SATURDAY AFTERNOON PARTAE.

4. It's cheaper

Let's face it, with brunches costing around AED500 per head at a regular Friday brunch, an AED299 brunch on a Saturday is positively a STEAL!

3. The Lovin Dubai Cruise is on Saturdays

Well, 'nuff said.

Aboard the Lotus Mega Yacht, the Lovin Dubai Cruise is everything you know and love about Dubai - stellar views (and Instagram piccies), good fun, food, music, drinks and a pool on board, as well as a cinema room, nightclub and DJs.

This is living my friend!

Get your tickets here.

2. It opens your Fridays up for other fun stuff

Cruising on a boat on a Saturday means Fridays you can do other fun stuff like hitting the gym, trying paddle-boarding, getting a lazy brekky and getting in a nice long Netflix binge.

And then, you'll be rested up for a Saturday partae!

1. It makes your weekends feel longer

Seriously. Enjoy all that Thursday night, drink in your Friday, and then celebrate Saturday - it'll make your two-day break feel like three or four! Kick those Saturday night blues with a Saturday fest of vitamin D, drinks, and happiness!

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Written By

Caitlyn Davey

Caitlyn is an Aussie journalist looking to change the world. In her spare time she loves playing sport, travelling and basically doing anything that means she doesn't have to sit still.

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