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Benidorm TikTok stars share party town's secrets - including cheap food and free drinks

Two TikTok stars who visit Benidorm multiple times a year have shared how they live a charmed life in the popular resort town on a budget.

Grumet and Dazza enjoy a reputation “like celebs” in the Spanish holiday destination, thanks to their funny TikTok videos and knack for getting into outlandish situations.

During the day, the pair head out on the streets to feel the beat of the town, with their regular antics usually including food challenges - such as the 'Uncle Ron’s Big Benidorm Breakfast'.

The jumbo plate includes 12 slices of toast, four sausages, four hash browns, a pile of bacon, five fried tomatoes, mushrooms, beans, and a whopping five fried eggs.

While participants are usually 20 minutes to finish off the whole thing, it unfortunately took 23 minutes for Dazza to complete the challenge after ‘struggling” toward the end.

The pair visit the Spanish holiday destination multiple times a year and have shared tips on how to save money (grumettt)
Their TikTok videos see them play pranks on other holidaymakers and share their bizarre encounters (Tiktok/grumet_benidorm)

For their videos, the pair also play pranks on holidaymakers and locals alike as they stroll along beach and the strip, reports the Daily Star, which are almost always taken in good fun.

However, they admitted the joke is just as often on them, with their bizarre Benidorm experiences including being left with a local's dog for two hours, to finding six random men in their hotel room.

Food and drink is so cheap in the holiday hotspot that fun is never far away, according to Grumet, who explained on his TikTok page: “You can get a Full English fry up for £2.50 at Uncle Ron’s and Auntie Bella’s Yorkshire Pride. If you want steak it’s only about £6.”

But it is the nightlife where the real bargains start to show, he said, and the town compared favourably to the majority of clubbing hotspots around the world.

Grumet explained: “You can get pints for 80p from Uncle Ped’s and Cafe Benidorm. It costs more for a cup of tea than it does for a pint of lager. You can get a glass of vodka for like 3.50 euros.”

Dazza attempted the Big Benidorm Breakfast at Uncle Ron’s, where a Full English can be picked up for just £2.50 (Tiktok/grumet_benidorm)

Over on Dazza’s account, @dazza_bigdogbenidorm, he shows off pints of Amstel and Fosters available for just €1, which is roughly 88p.

A bottle of Heineken and Sol cost the equivalent of just £1.32.

During his trips around town, he also found shots for just £1.76 each, Jagerbombs for £4.41 and buckets with five pints each inside for just £5.20.

Grumet said the real bargains come at night, when 'every bar will offer you something for free' (Tiktok/grumet_benidorm)

There is, however, one special trick for partying in Benidorm on a budget - and it involves hitting up as many different bars as you can.

Grumet said: “Every bar will offer you something for free.

“Just hold out normally and you can get drunk because there’s people standing outside the bars saying ‘come in, free drinks, free drinks.

“So get a free drink, you come back out, go in the next one and get another free drink.

“You just keep going to the next one along and you can get drunk for nowt”, he said.

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