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For one day only, pub chain Wetherspoon is slicing 7.5% off the price of all food and drink including alcohol at all its pubs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (find your nearest). The offer applies to Scotland too, but not on alcohol due to Scottish law. On Thu 24 Sep you'll be able to rock up to any Wetherspoon pub (including ones in train stations) at any time during opening hours and automatically receive the reduced price.
Please remember to be Drinkaware.
Food and drink will be priced as normal on the menu, but rest assured the 7.5% will be deducted when you order - whether you pay at the bar or via the Wetherspoon app. For example, if your meal and drink cost £10, you'll pay £9.25 on Thu 24 Sep. Wetherspoon says meal deals such as its Thursday 'Curry Club' will still be available.
This isn't the first time Wetherspoon has offered a day of 7.5% price reductions - it's known as its 'Tax Equality Day'. Since 'Spoons hardly ever offers widespread discounts and is already cheaper than many other pub chains, this is a rare chance to score even cheaper pub grub.
For information on how Wetherspoon pubs have adjusted to reduce the risk of Covid infection, see its Reopening FAQs.
Prices may vary depending on location, but the reduction will always be 7.5% off the usual price.
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Wetherspoon £20 Valentine's meal for two
Choice of main, dessert & drink at 600+ participating pubs
Pub chain Wetherspoon is bringing back its 'two dine for £20' offer for Valentine's Day (Fri 14 Feb). There are 600+ pubs across the UK participating - find your nearest but make sure to check 'More info' below for a list of excluded locations.
For one day only, you and your guest can order a main, dessert and drink each from the Valentine's menu for £20 all-in. For an extra £5 you can swap the two drinks for one bottle of prosecco or rosé brut. What's available could vary depending on location, but here's a sample menu to give an idea:
Please always be Drinkaware.
For more clever ways to save at your local Wetherspoon, see our Wetherspoon MoneySaving Hacks blog.
The Drum, Leyton
The Red Lion, Gatwick Airport
The Moon on the Hill, Harrow
J.J. Moon’s, Tooting
Hamilton Hall, Liverpool Street Station
Wetherspoons, Victoria Station
The Moon Under Water, Leicester Square
The Banker’s Draft, Eltham
The Foxley Hatch, Purley
Wetherspoons Metrocentre, Gateshead
The Playfair, Edinburgh
Abraham Darby, Brierley Hill
The Atrium, Birmingham
The Crown Rivers, Heathrow Airport
The Turnhouse, Edinburgh Airport
The Flying Horse, Gatwick Airport
The Sandpiper, Glasgow Airport
The Sanderling, Glasgow Airport
Wetherspoon, Birmingham International Airport
The Sir Walter Scott, Edinburgh Airport
The NewYearField, Livingston
The Finningley Windmill, Robin Hood Airport
The Mardi Gras, The Trafford Centre, Manchester
The Beehive, Gatwick Airport
The Sir John Hawkshaw, Cannon Street Station
The Flying Chariot, Heathrow Airport
The Booking Office, Edinburgh
The Steel Foundry, Sheffield
The Windmill, Stansted Airport
The Barrel Vault, St Pancras
Including how to beat bar queues
Wetherspoon can be a great place to visit if you want to go out for food or drinks, but don’t want to break the bank. During busy times though, you can often find yourself stuck queuing at the bar.
Did you know that there’s a Wetherspoon app where you can order your food and drinks to arrive at your table, without having to order at the bar?
See MSE Laura's Wetherspoon blog for more on the app, how it works, and Wetherspoon MoneySaving hacks such as unlimited hot drinks.