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Young’s is giving out 30,000 pints for FREE next week

YOUNG’S is giving out 30,000 pints for FREE next week – but you have to have the pub’s app to get the deal.

To celebrate Freedom Day rolling out, the pub chain is serving up free pints of its Young’s Original pale ale to thirsty punters.

Thirsty Brits can get a pint on the house at Young's on Freedom Day


Thirsty Brits can get a pint on the house at Young’s on Freedom DayCredit: Young’s

To get the deal, you’ll need to have the pub’s app, On Tap, downloaded onto your phone.

It’s free to download via Google Play or the App Store – but you’ll have to enter a few personal details, such as your email, to set an account up.

Once you’ve set one up, head to the “Your Treats” section of the app.

The deal should be there, and all you need to do is show the offer to a bar worker when ordering the booze.

Or, if you’re ordering through the On Tap app, add the pint to your basket and the price of it will automatically be taken off when you check out.

If you’re not planning on taking a trip to your local Young’s pub on Freedom Day, then you can still get the deal another time.

The offer expires on July 25, so make sure to make the most of it before then.

However, you might want to bag your treat sooner rather than later.

Only the first 30,000 customers who show their app deal will get served their free pint.

More than 200 Young’s pubs across London and the south of England will be taking part in the deal.

You can find your nearest one using the Young’s branch locator tool on its website.

Young’s isn’t the only one flogging big booze deals on Freedom Day.

Wetherspoons is celebrating by offering £1.99 pints on Monday.

Guest ales from local breweries will be slashed in price across 770 of Wetherspoon’s pubs, but prices might vary across 90 of its boozers.

All you need to do is order your pint at your local branch, and the deal is available throughout the whole of the summer.

When your taking a trip to your local on Freedom Day, be aware that you may still have to follow a number of Covid rules.

Businesses can ask customers and staff to wear masks and some people might feel more comfortable keeping their face covering.

Many pubs will continue to offer app ordering and table service and the option to use NHS track and trace will also remain.

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