Ok, I went to a birthday party today. I knew it was going to cost for parking. I had no idea it was going to cost me $14 to stay with my child. It said nowhere on the invite that it would cost parents an entry fee. I was worried about the birthday party my son wanted to have. Extra adults are free but they have to pay for the planetarium show, if they want to go ($5). I planned on putting that on the invite. Luckily I brought enough with me to get in! So, it basically cost me $25 today, plus $15 for the gift. Would you be annoyed, or is it just me?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:55 PM on Jun. 20, 2010 in Just for Fun
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Answer by JazzlikeMraz at 5:06 PM on Jun. 20, 2010
No, I would have assumed that I would be paying for my own admission, but probably only because we have been to parties where I don't want the parent to have to pay for me. If we RSVP for the party and they say that I can just drop my child off with the group, then my other child and I will pay our own admission and either hang with the party or do our own thing. It should have been on the invitation that the party invite only included a child admission (to give you a heads up), or to say that the invite was good for one child and one adult admission, whatever their conditions were. For what it's worth, I think kids like the home parties just as much as they like the one's at event type venues. They have fun either way.
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