WETHERSPOONS is slashing the price of food and drink today for one day only.
Wetherspoons is slashing the price of food and drink today for one day only[/caption]
Prices are being cut to highlight the benefit of a permanent VAT reduction within the hospitality industry.
While punters in Scotland will only be able to get the reduction on food and non-alcoholic drinks.
A large breakfast at a Wetherspoons can cost up to £7.21 depending on where you live, but the discount means this will be £6.67, saving you 54p.
The price of beer varies across the country, but a point of Leffee Blonde can cost up to £6.85 in London – this will be reduced to £6.16 today.
If you want to find your nearest site you can use the locator tool on its website.
You just have to type in your location or postcode and it will bring up your nearest boozer, you can also type in the name of the pub as well.
He said: “The biggest threat to the hospitality industry is the vast disparity in tax treatment among pubs, restaurants and supermarkets.
“Supermarkets pay zero VAT in respect of food sales, whereas pubs and restaurants pay 20%
“This tax benefit allows supermarkets to subsidise the selling price of beer.”
Mr Martin says pubs have been under “fantastic pressure” for decades, because of these tax disadvantages.
If you’re thinking of heading down to your local Spoons today, we’ve got all the info on what time the pub giant stops serving food – make sure you don’t miss out.
Plus, the pub chain has just announced a new offer for students where they can get special discounts across 30 menu items.
The deal runs from September 13 to October 11 and will see prices slashed on pints of Budweiser and Corona, as well as Strong Bow Dark Fruits.
Discounts are also available on food items like the breakfast muffin, burgers and pizzas too.
It comes soon after The Sun revealed that Wetherspoons would be closing another of its town centre pubs week.
The Widow Frost in Mansfield told its customers it will be shutting its doors for the final time on September, 22.
The popular site was one of more than 30 locations put up for sale last September.
We have put together a handy guide to the Wetherspoons closures so you can check if your local branch is at risk of going.
Meanwhile, a Wetherspoons super fan has revealed the best time to visit and you could save up to £60 a year.
Plus, if you can’t get out to a pub today we reveal even more ways to save at Wetherspoons.
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September 14, 2023 at 01:08PM
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