Why we do what we do:

Ballin’ on a Budget ATX started as a small Facebook page between a group of friends. Since then, we have expanded to all popular social media platforms, and this website. We search high and low to bring people events in Austin at no little to no cost to them. We understand that just because you may be short on money doesn’t mean you deserve to sit at home all day. All the events we find and post will always include either free admission or many will include food and booze. We are constantly searching all year round and not just SXSW. Share us with your friends so that everyone can learn how to “ball on a budget”.

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    The following businesses can increase capacity from 50% to 75%:

    Restaurants
    Offices
    Retail stores
    Manufacturing facilities
    Museums
    Libraries
    Gyms

    You can now visit people at assisted living facilities, and elective surgeries can resume.
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