Wetherspoons to cut prices next month with beers starting from 99p

WETHERSPOONS has announced it will be slashing drink prices next month – and you can get some beers for just 99p.

The chain will lower prices over the whole of November on a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

In 671 pubs, three drinks will be on sale for 99p.

These drinks include: pints of Ruddles Best (or Greene King IPA in some pubs), bottles of Beck's, and a 25ml measures of Bell's whiskey including a mixer.

Thirsty punters will be able to grab a pint of real ale at 99 pubs for £1.10.

While at 770 pubs, a Gordon's 25ml gin measure will set you back £1.99, which includes a mixer, and a glass of Coldwater Creek wine will cost £1.69 for a 175ml glass.

Plus, a bottle of Hardys – either Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Shiraz, Rose – can be bagged for £6.99.

The chain added that prices at all other Wetherspoons pubs will be reduced – but the discounts you can get will be varied in price.

Pints of real ale will set you back £1.49 to £1.99, a glass of wine will cost £1.99 to £2.79, and a Gordon's gin with mixer will be £1.99 to £2.99.

However, if you're looking for a booze-free alternative, customers can bag any hot drink for just 99p – with free refills – across ALL of Wetherspoons' pubs.

The chain has nearly 900 branches.

Wetherspoon 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.”

Wetherspoons hasn't confirmed exactly which pubs you can bag the biggest discounts at.

However, we've asked for more information and we will update this story when we know more.

In the meantime, it's best to check ahead with your local branch to see how much they will be reducing prices by.

You can see where your nearest 'Spoons is by using the chain's pub searching tool on its website.

You'll be able to get money off your drinks from Monday, November 1 to Tuesday, November 30.

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