Who doesn’t love a Wetherspoons? The beloved pubs are a staple of British culture and now there’s an easier way to find your local. A new interactive map will help you find the cheapest branches near you.
With the cost-of-living crisis raging (and the price of a pint likely to go up by a shocking amount) you can search the map by the drink you want, whether that’s a beer, a gin-based tipple or whatever else takes your fancy.
The map was created by food advice site Pantry & Larder, which analysed 16,000 prices across Spoons branches around the country. There was a surprising amount of discrepancy: a pint of Carling, for example, could cost anything from £1.99 to £5.79.
Unsurprisingly, London was found to have some of the most expensive drinks, while Scotland offered some of the cheapest. One Spoons, for example, offered 330ml of Camden Hells for just £1.75.
So next time you fancy a glass of Prosecco but don’t fancy stumping up £10 for it? Check out the map and see where you can get it for a fraction of the price. Happy browsing!