Author Topic: Hidden Earth Beaker Survey  (Read 2279 times)

Offline complex

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Re: Hidden Earth Beaker Survey
« Reply #25 on: January 31, 2020, 02:36:56 pm »
If you bring your kids with you for the day and fancy a drink buying 3 breakers for £3 might smart a bit.
Why would it smart a bit?

Hidden Earth bar prices are extremely reasonable - I think it was £2.50 a pint last year, so even if you only buy one pint plus a beaker, you'll pay £3.50 (ie basically pub prices, and you'll have a souvenir beaker to take home). I don't know off the top of my head what they were charging for soft drinks, but my guess is that they were just as reasonable.

And don't forget that any profit from the HE bar goes back into caving good causes, instead of lining the pockets of the pub chain owner.

Offline darren

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Re: Hidden Earth Beaker Survey
« Reply #26 on: January 31, 2020, 03:50:07 pm »
If you bring your kids with you for the day and fancy a drink buying 3 breakers for £3 might smart a bit.
Why would it smart a bit?

Hidden Earth bar prices are extremely reasonable - I think it was £2.50 a pint last year, so even if you only buy one pint plus a beaker, you'll pay £3.50 (ie basically pub prices, and you'll have a souvenir beaker to take home). I don't know off the top of my head what they were charging for soft drinks, but my guess is that they were just as reasonable.

And don't forget that any profit from the HE bar goes back into caving good causes, instead of lining the pockets of the pub chain owner.

I struggled long and hard over this reply.  Our relationships with money are obviously very different. I have in the not so distant past had to forgo the post caving drinks due to lack of money, that sort of thing stays with you. Its often not the total amount but the perceived value for money.  Lets leave it there.
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