Wetherspoon is cutting the price of some of its menu items this month, with the cost of a pint starting from just 99p.
The pub chain announced a ‘January sale’ at the end of last year which will offer discounts on some food and drinks for a limited period in England and Wales.
The offer will be up for grabs across its pubs between 3 and 17 January 2023, so customers will have to be quick to take advantage of the discount
Scottish Wetherspoon fans won’t miss out on the deal, as pubs in Scotland will also be running the discounts a day later from 4 until 17 January.
The available discounts will vary from pub to pub as each site sets the prices of its drinks differently, but the majority of beverages will cost less than £2.
What discounts are available?
Wetherspoon has said the price of a pint of Ruddles beer will only cost 99p across 560 of its pubs in England, down from an average price of £1.97, according to The Mirror. The price will be slightly higher in Scotland and Wales at £1.10 due to licensing laws.
Customers will also be able to enjoy the likes of Carlsberg, Guinness, Bud Light, Worthingtongs and Stowford Press Apple Cider at a discounted price.
In addition, the January sale will include spirits, such as Gordon’s gin, Bell’s Whisky and Duppy White Rum, along with many low and non-alcoholic options. This includes dropping the price of coffee and soft drinks to 99p across 810 Wetherspoon pubs.
Listed are some of the drinks set to be reduced in price:
- Becks - 99p
- Bud Light - £1.69
- Bell’s whisky - 99p
- Carlsberg - £1.99
- Guinness - £2.89
- Ruddles Best and Worthington’s - 99p
- Stowford Press Dark Berry Cider - £1.69
- Stowford Press Apple Cider - £1.69
- Diet Pepsi - 99p
- Pepsi Max - 99p
- Pepsi Max Cherry - 99p
- R. Whites Lemonade - 99p
- Lavazza coffee - 99p
- Beck’s Blue - 99p
- Adnams Ghost Ship - £1.49
- Brewdog Punk AF - £1.49
- Heineken 0.0 - £1.49
- Low alcohol Koppaberg - £1.49
- Low alcohol Erdinger - £1.49
Food items will also drop in price
Some food items will also be available at a cheaper price in January, including breakfast muffins for £1.99, breakfast wraps at £2.49 and a Wetherspoon’s 3oz burger meal with chips and a soft drink for just £4.49.
Wetherspoon founder and chairman Tim Martin said: “Department stores and shops hold their sales in January, so it is the perfect time to have a sale in the pub too.
“The range of drinks and food on sale in the pub is aimed at suiting a wide variety of tastes. This year we have included our biggest selection of low and non-alcoholic drinks. I believe that the January Sale will prove popular with our customers.”