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Cool new interactive map shows where you can find the cheapest Wetherspoons pint in Gedling borough

With the cost-of-living crisis raging you can search the map by the drink you want


For those looking where to go for a booze up that won’t break the bank, budget pub chain, Wetherspoons, is many people’s first port of call. And now 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 handy map has been created by food and drink website, Pantry and Larder.

This screenshot shows the map displaying the price of Carling at The Ernehale in Arnold
Pint being poured

Using the Wetherspoons branches across the nation, the map was created using over 16,0000 prices from the brand’s pubs in the UK.

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The website shows that the price of a pint of Carling varies by a massive 191%, ranging from £1.99 to £5.79. 

The cheapest pint of Carling at a Wetherspoons clocks in at under £2 at the Wilfred Owen in Shropshire. Meanwhile, a pint of Camden Hells will see punters fork out £5.65 at Gatwick Airport.

In Gedling borough The Freeman in Carlton and The Ernehale in Arnold offer the cheapest tipples.

A price for a pint of Carling is £2.49 at The Ernehale and just over £3 at The Free Man.

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You can sup on a pint of Guinness for £31.5 at both pubs.

Stella is £3.25 in the Arnold and Carlton branches, although those seeking to save could venture over to The Samual Hall in Sherwood and pick up a pint of the popular lager for £3.05.

You can find the map here:

Veronica Fletcher from Pantry & Larder said: “Drink prices vary massively across the UK. And it’s not just as simple as London being more expensive than the rest of the UK.

“For example, a bottle of Prosecco at my local costs £16.39. Less than three miles away, the exact same drink is 39% cheaper.

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“Interestingly, certain drinks such as Camden Hells lager are significantly cheaper in Scotland.”

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