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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #330 on: 28 December 2017, 04:00:22 pm »
awww you poor thing :( Hope you feel better soon. Hugs xx

Thank you; I?ve just had to accept I will be massively out of pocket, I leave tomorrow and am still not fit to do bookings.

What?s more there are so many things below standard here; I don?t normally book executive rooms but they were on a better deal due to time of year, so I am psyching myself up to complain before I leave, as I definately haven?t got what I?ve paid for.

Seems like its just not my week this past week.

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #331 on: 28 December 2017, 04:08:45 pm »
I worked xmas eve and yesterday (27th) had a lot of bookings I had to turn away still got 5.

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #332 on: 08 November 2018, 09:44:28 pm »
Would it be worth doing in calls at x mass?

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #333 on: 09 November 2018, 01:52:25 pm »
This comes round every year on the board.

I personally have only ever worked between xmas and New Year and it was dire!

Some girls do well so hopefully they will be along to share their experiences.

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #334 on: 09 November 2018, 02:07:57 pm »
This comes round every year on the board.

Yes, there are ten years of Christmases covered over the twenty three pages of this thread alone, so it might be worth having a look in case somewhere in there is a useful post?

I'm doing the week before in London up to Saturday 22nd and then going back the week after New Year, but I don't honestly know whether I'll bother much at home inbetween the two. Boxing Day/New Years' Day are Wednesdays and I don't really work weekends so that only really leaves the Thursday and Friday of both weeks for me, and what I suspect I'll do is make them advance booking only rather than go to my flat on the off chance. It depends on the weather too.

Alternatively I'll stay at home for two weeks and eat my body weight in turkey and stuffing rolls and cake and mini cheddars :D.
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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #335 on: 09 November 2018, 02:21:14 pm »
I should maybe add that the five days I did last year (the 17th to the 21st, I think) was the busiest week I had all year and I still turned loads away and finished at my normal time each day. I was practically dead by the time I got home and the next day was a write off so I was glad it wasn't Christmas Eve :).

I've done the stint between Christmas and New Year in London twice as a change from the one before and found one busy and one good but more steady, although that was really a location thing. Looking back at that week last year when I was at home isn't helpful because I was having a new kitchen put in at my flat and not available anyway, but I don't remember turning many down.
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« Reply #336 on: 09 November 2018, 03:56:00 pm »
Yes but loads say outcalls. I’m thinking Christmas eve and Christmas Day.

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #337 on: 09 November 2018, 05:31:42 pm »
Would it be worth doing in calls at x mass?

You asked about incalls.

Lots of people advertise both but that doesn't mean they will necessarily be busy.

My advice would be to focus on areas where the local demographic doesn't celebrate Christmas. I'd need to Google this myself as I have no idea what religions do/don't.

My only experience is between xmas and New Year. One of my friends was very busy at this time, whereas I wasn't.

The other thing to bear in mind is the limited services in hotels over the festive season. The (chain) hotel I was in only offered a limited menu and it was crap.  Fuck that. I need my grub.

If it's Outcalls from your home location, the only thing to do is make yourself available and see what happens. Assuming you already offer Outcalls, you'll have the necessary safety checks in place. The freaks are out all year round!

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #338 on: 10 November 2018, 12:57:08 pm »
 Hotels can be very cheap in the run up to Xmas /New Year
I’ve already booked and I have got my hotel from the 19th -24th for £240
And 27th -31st inc  New Years Eve  for £260  and these are hotels will pools spa gyms
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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #339 on: 10 November 2018, 01:33:49 pm »
Has anyone worked new years eve before? I have had one very busy Xmas doing this and one queit one xxx

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #340 on: 10 November 2018, 02:25:03 pm »
Has anyone worked new years eve before? I have had one very busy Xmas doing this and one queit one xxx

Yes once had an overnight on New Years Eve, meal at mine which he brought with him, then to a gig/party, back for bed and I made breakfast in the morning.

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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #341 on: 11 November 2018, 10:06:25 am »
Has anyone worked new years eve before? I have had one very busy Xmas doing this and one queit one xxx

I've worked it a handful of times - once in London and a couple of times at home. It's a normal working day and since I don't work late or see people who have been drinking I just did whatever bookings I had and then packed up as usual. Completely unremarkable, from what I can remember.
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Re: Working at Christmas?
« Reply #342 on: 12 November 2018, 03:50:15 pm »
Hotels can be very cheap in the run up to Xmas /New Year
I’ve already booked and I have got my hotel from the 19th -24th for £240
And 27th -31st inc  New Years Eve  for £260  and these are hotels will pools spa gyms

Thanks for this tip, I'd been considering doing a tour the week before and got a pretty good deal on a hotel too :)

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« Reply #343 on: 12 November 2018, 06:24:00 pm »
Yes once had an overnight on New Years Eve, meal at mine which he brought with him, then to a gig/party, back for bed and I made breakfast in the morning.

That would be my dream booking for NY lol!! Good to know. As I said I've worked 3 Xmases. One busy one dead. Hit or miss. I'm guessing from responses NY can be the same