Swap a pumpkin for a free drink in Greene King pubs tomorrow

PUNTERS can grab a free pint or glass of wine at Greene King pubs tomorrow by swapping their cash for a pumpkin.

The pub chain is accepting the festive fruits instead of cash on Halloween in exchange for a large glass of house red, white or rosé wine.

 Greene King pubs will accept pumpkins in exchange for a free drink on Halloween


Greene King pubs will accept pumpkins in exchange for a free drink on HalloweenCredit: Greene King

You can also use the fruit to buy a pint of bitter, lager or a regular sized coke.

Prices typically vary depending on the branch but a large glass of wine costs around £3.98, according to the Office for National Statistics, while a beer costs £3.72.

Of course, you’ll need to stump up the cash for a pumpkin in the first place but you can actually get one for free by stacking the offer with another deal.

Last week, we revealed how you can get a £2 pumpkin for free using a TopCashback offer.

All you have to do is buy the pumpkin yourself and then upload your receipt to the cashback site to get your money back.

Then if you bring this pumpkin along to you local Greene King pub on Halloween, your tipple will be completely free.

If not, you can buy a small pumpkin from Sainsbury’s for £1 or a large one from Asda for £1.50.

But there’s a major catch to the deal – it’s only available to the first 10 customers per branch.

It means that if you turn up after the freebies have already been given out then you’ll need to pay for your drink with cash.

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The deal is only available on October 31 and is limited to one free drink per person.

You’ll also need to be over 18 to get a free drink, even if it’s a soft one, and unfortunately Scottish bars are now running the deal.

There are over 1,700 Greene King pubs across the UK and you can find your local using the locator tool here.

In September we reported how beer prices have jumped by 10p a pint in the last year.

Plus, these are the 10 cheapest towns to buy a pint in the UK.

Landlords have also been calling for the price of supermarket booze to rise to help save Britain’s pubs.

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