We spend too much time scheduling, messaging, worrying about who to invite, rejections, conflicts, changes and waiting for people to respond. Join a new way to connect.
Post your plans. Request to attend. Add a payment if you want.
Connect in real life made simple.
Follow friends to see their events. Anything from exercise to a night in or out.
Select who can see it and attend.
You can collect money without the hassle of asking for payment.
Once your booking is confirmed, address is revealed. Just go.
Got your A list? Close your event!
I posted a private party. Unlike an invitation, I only hear from people that's a "Yes". I closed the party after 10 people. I didn't have to track down people to respond and I knew exactly how many people to cook for. The charge made it easy for everyone to share costs. That was the best part.- Lisa
I made dinner reservations for 6 at a new restaurant. I posted it on Festi. My friends who were free booked. Once I accepted everyone I wanted, I closed the event as full. It's kind of a genius way of getting all 6 spots filled with friends. I didn't get any booking requests from any strangers but I would have entertained the idea.-Joe
I was meaning to get together with my friend for a long time but never got around to texting her. I saw her posting for lunch and I happen to be free that day so I just booked. It was so much easier than trying to schedule. I like anything that saves me time. -Jen
I love the flexibility. I posted a bike ride Sat. and then, the next day got an invitation to go to a game at the same time (friend had an extra tix). Since no one booked my bike ride yet, I just changed the time. It was so easy. A posting is so much less commitment than an invitation. Can't believe no one thought of this earlier. -Mike
I posted a cooking class and didn't have to discuss payment. It was so easy to charge friends and earn extra money, without a website, payment system or advertising. All my followers saw my posting.
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