The amount you will need to pay depends on the type of Agreement you choose and the size and style of your pub.
Every pub that's currently available shows an amount we've estimated for Entry Costs – roughly how much you'll need to find up front before you start trading. They include:
There are other ongoing costs you will need to pay once you are up and running.
You'll need to pay for the day-to-day running of your business. This includes everything from staff salaries to gas bills and any food you serve. You can, if you choose, take advantage of special discounts we've negotiated with key suppliers through our Bar Gains buying service. If you need some help to budget, we've put together a Business Plan template that helps to make sure you have everything covered.
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