Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
JD Wetherspoon LSE:JDW London Ordinary Share GB0001638955 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.00p -1.26% 1,252.00p 1,250.00p 1,252.00p 1,267.00p 1,246.00p 1,267.00p 55,644 13:30:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,660.7 76.4 51.5 24.3 1,384.57

JD Wetherspoon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/10/2017
01:32
Bought in @ 954, think the man speaks!
dudishes
16/10/2017
16:03
Download the app Johnny, save you the 'ordeal' of having to queue to pay etc & help you live up to your moniker In other news balmy Ramsgate was 'rammed all weekend' according to my plumber
the white house
15/10/2017
12:33
Call me old-fashioned, but what do you expect if you go to a pub for coffee? Back in the day, when the markets (Covent Garden, Smithfield etc) operated in central London, you could get a pint with your breakfast at 8am. Now you're talking!
jeffian
15/10/2017
07:41
Obviously, cup you can refill as many times as you like, is obtaining the first cup of coffee that is the ordeal, four days ago. Very disappointing along with the margarine they now serve up.. I have used Wetherspoon regularly for years but this present level of service is not acceptable Walking through all the other customers with an empty cup then to stand in a queue at a coffee machine.?
johnwise
15/10/2017
02:17
Johnwise . You've obviously not been in a Spoons for a while anyway . As long as you have a cup you can refill as many times as you like . You are cutting your coffee to spite your face now I'm just waiting to be handed an empty beer mug myself !!!
tonytaxi
14/10/2017
13:57
My local Wetherspoon has installed a serve yourself coffee machine.. I have to pay for the coffee at the bar I was given an empty cup then I am expected to walk through all the other customers tables with my empty cup to the coffee machine at the other side of the room to help myself.. I will avoid, had my last coffee at Wetherspoon.
johnwise
13/10/2017
21:33
I had been telling staff at all the JDW 's pubs I went to in 2016, to go into the shares save buy in scheme if and whenever they get the chance,it was £7 then and started at telling them years ago at £3.50 ...now a whopping £12.70p ..gla lth's
abergele
13/10/2017
17:44
Don’t all London Sam Smiths pubs still charge £2.90 a pint? Not the best beer in the world mind.
blusteradjuster
13/10/2017
16:43
Johnwise, "It’s not just the centre that is a rip-off, the entire sprawling, filthy ant hill is a despicable con to extort your cash." There's a Sam Smith's pub, The Chandos, in the heart of Covent Garden which still sells ale at £2-something a pint.
jeffian
13/10/2017
14:27
Interesting how the Wetherspoon app is higher in the app download table than recent booming Domino's. 19,000+ in a month on Apple alone
the white house
06/10/2017
09:52
Ramsgate's opening week take was a record 187 bags
the white house
05/10/2017
06:59
. I went to the world’s biggest Wetherspoon’s and it was an absolute bloody delight Clearly the prices are a huge part of the appeal, especially living in London. It is now the norm to pay around £5 for a pint anywhere in zones 1-3. I’ve handed over more than that in places like Streatham, Southfields and Tooting. It’s not just the centre that is a rip-off, the entire sprawling, filthy ant hill is a despicable con to extort your cash. Wetherspoon’s, however, is a something of a haven for those who would rather avoid being outright robbed whenever you fancy a drink. This isn’t just having one rubbish lager on offer, Spoons’ range and quality of drinks is superb The food does a job as well, no one is under the impression it is anything fancy, but burgers are priced as they should be, unlike the wide range of new, trendier joints that will charge you double because they are from America. Another appeal of Wetherspoon’s is the buildings they are set in. Not all of them, some are a bit too much on the dark and dingy side, but others are genuinely very nice. Much More http://metro.co.uk/2017/09/28/i-went-to-the-worlds-biggest-wetherspoons-and-it-was-an-absolute-bloody-delight-6962391/
johnwise
04/10/2017
13:12
Well it has only taken 110,000 table service Order & Pay app downloads via Apple alone in the last 4 months before top pub analysts Berenberg notice what is going on & alter their shamefully inaccurate Sell 750p price recommendation & upgrade by a whopping 400p...
the white house
26/9/2017
16:00
German Bank raises it's target price again for the 2nd time since May, this time by a £1 : have they heard about the opening weeks record takings in the 351 table Ramsgate Pavillion I wonder...!?
the white house
18/9/2017
19:52
Wetherspoon could probably double its coffee sales if it stopped selling that brand of Italian coffee, it is definitely the worst coffee on the high street... Pret a Manger has a filter coffee at 99 pence and it is superb Wetherspoon could stop serving Kopparberg and Italian coffee in pro-Brexit protest http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/whats-on/food-drink/wetherspoon-could-stop-serving-kopparberg-491493
johnwise
15/9/2017
12:41
Johnwise.....yes, a third of British pubs have closed since the 1970s. But, what are the figures for how many have opened ? Not as many as have closed almost certainly; but whilst old style 'boozers' have closed, they've been replaced in part at least, by 'bars', and - the latest fashion - 'micro-pubs'. Was in Hebden Bridge, W.Yorks the other night, went into two recently opened 'bars' - they didn't look like 'pubs' and you wouldn't describe them as such, but both were busy with. Spoons have tapped into this change in lifestyles, last time I looked food was 42% of turnover, and today's figures show food is growing at closing on double the rate of wet sales ((3.1% to 5.7%)...in near future you'd expect it to be approaching 50% of all sales, especially as the 41 pubs they've closed in the past year have been old-style 'boozers' e.g. Ellesemere Port, and Birkenhead, and the new ones e.g. Garforth, nr Leeds, and the Royal Victoria Pavilion, Ramsgate are very much food led.
lobbyludd
15/9/2017
08:22
EU chiefs should take ‘wise-up pill’ says Martin https://dailybusinessgroup.co.uk/2017/09/eu-chiefs-should-take-wise-up-pill-says-martin/
johnwise
15/9/2017
08:14
Nice leg up this morning :-)
andyadvfn1
14/9/2017
11:12
US v's Big Tim race to 51%...
the white house
14/9/2017
07:22
A link to this article has been sent to the Prime Minister's Office https://email.number10.gov.uk/ " A third of British pubs have now closed since the 1970s thanks to rising business rates and beer taxes" "For example, The Baum in Rochdale, Camra's National Pub of the Year 2012 will see its rateable value increased by 377per cent. The Sandford Park Alehouse in Cheltenham, National Pub of the Year 2015, faces an increase of 181 per cent. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4881002/One-British-pubs-closed-1970s.html
johnwise
13/9/2017
12:12
Indeed, it's amazing how pubs & restaurants have flat or falling like for likes & Big Tim is beating by doing 3 significant things & none of the analysts, journalists or posters have cottoned on to understanding & detailing any of them, especially the most innovative which has raised the bar for the whole trade...
the white house
12/9/2017
16:36
typical of analyst's putting Tim's outfit and Greene and King in the same bracket.Shows real perception.
mr.elbee
12/9/2017
16:13
Changing the face of pub spending
the white house
11/9/2017
15:10
O&P Thank me later
the white house
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