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Wetherspoons Stay out to Help out Scheme

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So it’s not quite the same as the EOTHO scheme however it is still only Mon-Wed

The scheme will see prices on a range of meals and drinks reduced from Monday to Wednesday until Wednesday November 11 at Wetherspoon pubs in the UK.

Wetherspoon says its prices on some of the meals and drinks will be cheaper than those available in McDonalds or Domino’s Pizza.

The meals on offer include an 11 inch Margherita pizza with soft drink for £3.99 and a classic six ounce beef burger (with chips) and soft drink for £3.99.

A traditional breakfast (fried egg, two rashers of bacon, two hash browns, baked beans, sausage, tomato and toast) will cost £2.99 and a small breakfast £2.49.

The pubs will also be offering three small plates for £7.50 as well as desserts at £1.99 and mini desserts at 99p.

There is a choice of 21 small plates in the three for £7.50 deal, including nachos, halloumi fries, chicken wings and nine varieties of pizza (eight inch).

Coffee or tea (with free refills) will be available for 99p, and all soft drinks, including Pepsi, diet Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Pepsi Max Cherry, San Pellegrino, R Whites Lemonade plus 20 other canned and bottled soft drinks will cost 99p.

Wetherspoon founder and chairman Tim Martin said:” The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme was extremely popular with our customers and a great boost to the hospitality industry.

“We are keen to offer our customers a superb choice of food and drink at great value for money prices.

“Our offer means that a classic beef burger in our pubs will be even better value than McDonalds.

“ The classic burger in Wetherspoon is £3.99 versus McDonalds Big Mac medium meal (comprising Big Mac two 1.6 ounce beef patties, medium fries, medium Coca-Cola Zero Sugar) which costs £4.59.

“In addition cappuccino in our pubs will be 50p cheaper than McDonalds and our customers can have free refills too.

“Our prices are also lower than Domino’s Pizza for an 11 inch pizza.

“ The 11 inch Margherita pizza and soft drink is £3.99 at Wetherspoon versus Domino’s Pizza two topping 11.5 inch pizza deal (no drink) at £5.99.

“A Domino’s Pizza Mighty Meaty 11.5 inch pizza meal deal costs £9.99 (no drink) compared to the Wetherspoon Spicy Meat Feast at £5.99 (including soft drink), a saving of £4.”

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AshleySaunders
AshleySaundersa year ago

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Thomas18
Thomas18a year ago

Nice one, thanks for sharing! hpfanatik this looks like a great deal. We should give it a go

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paulleyshon
paulleyshona year ago

will deffo try this out fantastic news

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JaSh3
JaSh3a year ago

I don't often pop into Wetherspoons but pizza at that price is very inviting lol thanks

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Sammycb
Sammycba year ago

Just back home after having dinner with my husband. Two main courses a large pepsi and a bottle of Magners for under £10. Absolute bargain 😊😎

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Wing
Winga year ago

Woohoo! Lovely

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bexgow13
bexgow13a year ago

I think it's great. Is it just those meals stated?

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ValGibson49692
ValGibson49692a year ago

Fantastic a lot more should do it

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GMAN
GMANa year ago

Classic burger and brew £3.99

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GMANa year ago
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GMAN
GMANa year ago

For a pound more you can have a pint with it

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GMAN
GMANa year ago

GMAN a nice fresh salad and juicy burger with fresh warm chips

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GreenockBilly
GreenockBillya year ago

No thanks wouldn't give him my money after the way he treated his employees during the lockdown.

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