Of course. I just said the same.There is every reason for to sell a drink for £15, if you run a club and want to make a lot of money.
And there is a reason to buy a £15 drink, if you decide you want one, and you are in a club run by the guy I mentioned above.
But of course, you could just not go to that club, or go and not buy a drink. It's entirely your choice.
I can assure you the 'propaganda' doesn't make me think it's cheap, or that it's right. But it is what it is.
The propaganda may not make you think its cheap, you find it acceptable though.
Why stop at £15? Where does it stop?
It wasnt long ago that a good night in Ibiza would charge 3-4k pesetas and with that you got a free drink and a free taxi if there were 4. Things changed considerably as Ibiza became more popular and Spain joined the euro. I think clubbers need to be careful what propoganda they choose to accept otherwise the 73euro door tax may become the norm for big nights faster than they think. This is exactly the route taken regarding drink prices - one took a split from the cartel, the rest followed. The same happened as 48 euro entry became the norm.
Anyway, back to the op question - If drink prices were more reasonable I'd do my drinking in the club, drink a lot more and I'd get their a lot earlier. And I know a lot of other people would do the same. Is this the majority view? I have no idea.
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