Update: Wetherspoon Slashes Price of Guinness to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 🍀

Wetherspoon, the popular pub chain, is raising a toast to St. Patrick’s Day by offering irresistible discounts on a range of Irish beverages.

From today until the end of St. Patrick’s Day this Sunday, patrons can enjoy their favorite tipples at a fraction of the usual cost.

What’s on Offer?

  1. Guinness: The iconic pint of Guinness, known for its rich flavor and creamy head, will be available for just £2.99 across all 814 Wetherspoon pubs in the UK (excluding airports and the Republic of Ireland). This represents a savings of 46p compared to the regular price of £3.45.
  2. Budweiser: If you prefer a different brew, a pint of Budweiser is also priced at £2.99 during this festive weekend.
  3. Lough Gill Andersons Irish Red Ale: For those seeking a unique taste, this Irish red ale steals the show with a wallet-friendly price tag of £1.99 per pint.
  4. Jameson Irish Whiskey: Raise a glass with Jameson! A single measure and mixer of this beloved Irish whiskey can be yours for just £2.99.
  5. Baby Guinness Shot: This delightful shot, made from coffee liqueur Kahlúa and Baileys, resembles little pints. Grab one for the same price of £2.99.

Rugby Fans Rejoice:

As Ireland and Scotland face off for the title this Saturday at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, rugby enthusiasts can enjoy the game while sipping on their discounted pints. The match kicks off at 4:45 PM and will be broadcast live on ITV1 and BBC.

Where to Catch the Action:

Wetherspoon pubs nationwide are showing all the fixtures from Europe’s biggest rugby tournament. However, a few Spoons sites without TV screens won’t be airing the games. Here’s the list:

  • The Crown, Berkhamsted
  • The Cross Keys, Beverley
  • The Albert and The Lion, Blackpool
  • The Turls Green, Bradford
  • The Commercial Rooms, Bristol
  • The Corn Exchange, Bury St. Edmunds
  • The Lord of the Isles, Renfrew
  • The Bottle Kiln, Harwich
  • The High Cross, Leicester
  • The Barrel Vault, St. Pancras International station, London
  • Wetherspoon, Victoria station, London
  • The Six Bells, Lymington
  • Wetherspoon, Manchester
  • The Watchman, New Malden
  • The Britannia Inn, Plymouth
  • The Kingfisher, Poynton
  • The Ralph Fitz Randal, Richmond
  • The Castle Hotel, Ruthin
  • The Man in the Wall, Wimborne

So, whether you’re a rugby fan or simply in the mood for some Irish cheer, head to your nearest Wetherspoon pub and raise your glass to St. Patrick! Sláinte! 🌟🍻