Dublin – 9th highest for beer prices

With the average price of a pint of beer in the UK having hit the £4 mark the financial products comparison website money guru conducted a survey to find how much beer the equivalent of a £4 purchase will get the consumer prepared to travel to some of the world’s most popular city destinations.

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7 September 2018 | 0

With the average price of a pint of beer in the UK having hit the £4 mark the financial products comparison website money guru  conducted a survey to find how much beer the equivalent of a £4 purchase will get the consumer prepared to travel to some of the world’s most popular city destinations.

While London will sell the peripatetic punter 0.7 of a pint for the £4 (with pints actually costing around £5.19), Dublin will consider offering 0.8 of a pint for the £4 equivalent in €uro for pub customers here (where the cost of a pint is put at £5.05) with Dubai dispensing just 0.4 of a pint for £4 thus being the meanest market of all at £9 a pint.

(Mind you, by that reckoning, we’d love to see where in Paris one could purchase a pint of beer for just €5.71).

But go to Prague for the most propitious consumer deal among the 32 surveyed with the £4 equivalent catching the consumer 3.4 pints in a city where a pint costs just €1.17.

 

 

 

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