Punters reckon they have found the 'cheapest pub in Britain' that continues to offer affordable bevys for customers.
The boozer says it wants to 'give back' to the community by selling cheap beers, ciders and ales to the locals.
Leaseholder, Matthew Porter explained: "I've had this pub for seven years, and it's a proper locals pub. It deserves to be busy every day.
"In this day and age you have to think a bit outside of the box. We just looked at how low we could cut our prices while managing to survive.
"As long as we pack the place out all day, every day, we should be able to pay the bills and people get cheap beer, so it keeps everyone happy.
"It's hard for people at the minute, some are struggling and aren't going to go out and spend £40 on a Friday night anymore.
"But if that suddenly turns into more like a £10 night, we're hoping people will be more inclined to come and have a drink with us."
In attempt to keep the 'traditional pubs going', the The Waggon and Horses in Oldbury, West Midlands, sells all their beers, ciders and ales for £2.90 and under.
A pint of Stella will cost just £2.80, while Carling, Coors and John Smiths is £2.40 and a pint of Thatcher's Gold is £2.30.
The pub also serves cob sandwiches on a daily basis and has four televisions that show live sports and events.
Customer George Scott, 67, of Oldbury, said: "It's a great little pub and I'll be back here a lot more now the prices are so low.
"Credit to them. At the moment prices seem to be going up in every aspect of life so to see them come down somewhere is amazing."
Geordie Gordon, 62 - who has been drinking at the pub for the past 15 years - added: "Aye, I think it's great. I've just come back from Cardiff where I was paying £6 a pint and that was the cheapest.
"So to come back here where the prices are so low, makes it much more affordable to go for a pint.
"The prices are now similar to when I first started coming 15 years ago. It's a lovely little pub and everybody knows each other."
The Waggon and Horses is open 10am-11pm Monday to Friday and 11.30am-11pm on Sundays.Featured Image Credit: SWNS