Wetherspoons pubs serving the cheapest pints revealed - does your local make the list?
Wetherspoons is known for being a budget boozer - now the ten locations where a pint is cheapest have been revealed with one costing less than £2
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For those looking for a night out that won’t break the bank, budget boozer chain, Wetherspoons, is many people’s first port of call. And now a new interactive map could make it even easier to make a saving.
This comes as Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin warned that a pint could soon cost as much as £10, when talking to Andrew Marr on LBC, saying there were "no limits" on prices during the cost of living crisis.
He said: “Andrew there are no limits. There are certainly some pubs that do that, and it’s gone up more than you would imagine. Around the country – I go around the country visiting pubs and talking to our pub managers – whereas it’s not a fiver in our pubs, it’s a fiver in a lot of pubs from Penzance to Wick at the moment.”
In contrast, the cheapest pint of Carling at a Wetherspoons clocks in at under £2 at the Wilfred Owen in Shropshire. Meanwhile, a pint of Camden Hells will see punters fork out £5.65 at Gatwick Airport.
Top 10 cheapest Carling pints at Wetherspoons
The Wilfred Owen - Shropshire - £1.99
The Sir William de Wessyngton - Washington, Tyne and Wear - £2.25
The Kirky Puffer - Glasgow - £2.29
The Arnold Machin - Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire - £2.35
The Earl of Dalkeith - Kettering, Northamptonshire - £2.35
The Red Well - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire - £2.35
The Captain James Lang - Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire - £2.35
The David Protheroe - Neath Port Talbot - £2.35
The Ferry Boat - Cheshire - £2.39
The Sir Nigel Gresley - Derbyshire - £2.39