Is It OK For Pubs To Charge More For Pints After Lockdown To Cover Their Losses? | GMB

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    Breweries are reportedly telling struggling pubs to ‘sneak prices up by 40p-a-pint’ to claw back losses after lockdown ‘because people who pay by cards won’t notice the hike’. Star Pubs and Bars, which supports 2,500 pubs nationwide, has advised bosses to ‘consider reviewing’ price increases. But many customers have already noticed that the price hike and not just on drinks, but also haircuts and meals. also appear more expensive. So is it acceptable to put the prices up to make up for lost revenue?

    Broadcast on 23/04/21

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