Wetherspoons serving 99p pints in January sale

Wetherspoons is hosting a January sale, with pints and spirits for as little as 99p (Victoria Jones / PA)
Wetherspoons is hosting a January sale, with pints and spirits for as little as 99p (Victoria Jones / PA)

Wetherspoons will be serving pints for as little as 99p from today as part of its January sale, which also includes offers on drinks like Bell’s whisky and Gordon’s gin.

Despite the fact that many people will take part in Dry January this month, the first two weeks of the year will see Wetherspoons prices dip below their usual bargain rates.

From Tuesday, January 3, until Tuesday, January 17, beers, ciders, spirits, and soft drinks will be discounted at Wetherspoon pubs across the UK.

In England, a number of drinks will cost just 99p, including Ruddles Best, Bell’s whisky, and a bottle of Beck’s or Beck’s Blue. In Wales and Scotland, Ruddles Best will cost £1.10 due to licensing laws.

Pub food will also be discounted, with breakfast items ranging from £1.49 to £2.49 and a burger and chips meal including a soft drink costing £4.49.

With more than 100 Wetherspoon pubs in Greater London, including 20 in Zone 1, Londoners everywhere can make the most of the discounts.

Drinks included in the Wetherspoons sale

Draught beers and ciders

  • Carlsberg

  • Bud Light

  • Guinness

  • Stowford Press Dark Berry Cider

  • Stowford Press Apple Cider

  • Ruddles Best

  • Worthington’s

Spirits

  • Bell’s whisky

  • Gordon’s gin

  • Duppy White rum

  • AU vodka (four flavours)

Soft drinks and hot drinks

  • Diet Pepsi

  • Pepsi Max

  • R Whites Lemonade

  • Pepsi Max Cherry

  • Lavazza coffee

  • Tea

  • Hot chocolate

Non-alcoholic beer

  • Beck’s Blue

  • Adnams Ghost Ship

  • BrewDog Punk AF

  • Heineken 0.0

  • Kopparberg

  • Erdinger

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.”

He added: “I believe that the January sale will prove popular with our customers. As always, staff at the pub will serve customers responsibly.”