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Ever found yourself making excuses to avoid a night out? Apparently this isn't uncommon with three quarters (80%) of British women saying they prefer to spend a night in than have a night on the tiles.

With a nation of women prefering the comfort of their own home, Macmillan Cancer Support is inviting people to sign up to their Night In fundraiser this month (May) and celebrate the JOMO phenomenon (Joy of Missing Out) that is currently gathering pace.

In light of the research by Macmillan Cancer Support, which polled 2,000 women aged between 25 and 35, the number one complaint about going out was found to be the cost (70%), with an average night out costing nearly twice as much as the average night in (£41.30 compared to £25.60).

Register for your free Night In kit here.

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