Pub-goers can enjoy a January Sale at Wetherspoon pubs.
The pubs are reducing the price on a wide range of meals and soft drinks from Monday January 4 (Tuesday January 5 in Scotland) until Sunday January 31 inclusive.
The range of meals includes breakfast, paninis and wraps, burgers, up to 21 small dishes and desserts.
The soft drinks include Pepsi, diet Pepsi, San Pellegrino (lemon and also blood orange flavours), R.White’s lemonade and Strathmore sparkling water.
All soft drinks will be available at 99p each.
The traditional breakfast (fried egg, bacon, sausage, baked beans, two hash browns, tomato, slice of toast) costs £2.99 and the small breakfast (fried egg, bacon, sausage, baked beans, hash brown) costs £2.49.
A choice of nine pizzas (including BBQ chicken, Ham and mushroom and Margherita) costs £3.99 with a soft drink and £5.29 with an alcoholic drink (from a choice including craft beer, real ales, lager, beer, cider, spirits and wine).
Customers can enjoy a choice of five burgers (including grilled chicken breast burger, breaded vegetable burger, classic beef burger) for £3.99 with a soft drink and £5.29 with an alcoholic drink (from a choice including craft beer, real ale, lager, beer, cider, spirits and wine).
The pubs will also be serving a selection of deli deals including a choice of paninis, as well as grilled halloumi and sweet chilli sauce, Southern-fried chicken and smoky chipotle mayo and Quorn nuggets.
Al meals within the deli deals cost £2.99 with a soft drink and £4.29 with an alcoholic drink (from a choice including craft beer, real ale, lager, beer, cider, spirits and wine).
There is also a small plates range with 21 meals for customers to choose from, including Spicy coated king prawns, Macaroni cheese bites, Nachos, Tomato and basil soup.
The small plates are priced at three for £7.50.
The pub is also serving a range of mini desserts for 99p each and regular sized desserts for £1.99, to include British Bramley apple crumble with ice cream, Warm cookie dough sandwich with ice cream, Chocolate & salted caramel tart.
Wetherspoon operations director Martin Geoghegan, 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 meals and drinks is aimed at suiting a wide variety of tastes.
“Customers will be able to enjoy great food and drink at value for money prices in a safe and welcoming environment.
(Prices may vary per pub)