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Wetherspoon Will Be Selling Drinks For 99p Next Month

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Wetherspoon Will Be Selling Drinks For 99p Next Month

Winter is drawing in - whether we like it or not - and for many of us, the pub will be an all-important place of comfort.

And if you're keen to keep these pub trips as cheap as possible, Wetherspoon has got your back.

Throughout November, the chain will be offering a range of booze bargains, with 671 of its pubs selling a pint of Ruddles Best (or Greene King IPA), a bottle of Beck's and a Bell's whisky (25ml measure) including a mixer for just 99p.

Spoons is offering up some bargains next month. Credit: Wetherspoon
Spoons is offering up some bargains next month. Credit: Wetherspoon
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In Scotland and Wales, the pints of real ale will be priced at £1.10, due to minimum unit price restrictions.

If these tipples don't tickle your pickle, then at 770 of the pubs you can get a Gordon's gin (25ml measure) including a mixer for £1.99, a 175ml glass of Coldwater Creek wine (Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Merlot or White Zinfandel Rose) for £1.69, and a bottle of Hardys wine (Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Shiraz or Rose) for £6.99.

Prices at Spoon's other pubs will also be reduced, but will vary in price. In the remaining pubs, a pint of real ale will cost between £1.49 and £1.99, a glass of wine will range from £1.99 to £2.79, and a Gordon's gin with mixer from £1.99 to £2.99.

And if you're not after alcohol, all hot drinks will be on offer for 99p, with refills.

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Wetherspoon's chairman Tim Martin, said: "Our pubs are known for their excellent choice of drinks at value-for-money-prices at all times.

"Throughout November our customers will be able to choose from a great choice of drinks and save themselves some money too."

Other chains have warned that prices will have to go up. Credit: Alamy
Other chains have warned that prices will have to go up. Credit: Alamy

The pub chain has continued to invest in keeping its prices lower despite VAT reductions being phased out, higher wages and rising energy bills at venues.

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It comes as other pub bosses have warned that pints of beer are due to get more expensive as firms struggle to swallow the raft of cost rises.

Clive Watson, executive chairman of City Pub Group, said the price of a pint could rise by as much as 30p.

He told the BBC: "We cannot absorb all these increased costs, whether it is the energy costs, whether it is food inflation, whether it is labour costs.

"The only way forward for us is to put the price of food and beer up in our pubs."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: UK News, Wetherspoon, Pubs, Alcohol, Pub

Jake Massey
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