How to save money on days out with the kids and Kids Pass
HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON DAYS OUT WITH KIDS PASS – EASTER 2019
I don’t know about you, but for me when the kid’s off school things get expensive. I don’t get to spend as much time with 7 as I’d like – being the “non resident parent” – and while I try not to be a “Disney Dad” (it’s not that hard, I’m actually pretty broke!), I do like to pick up little crafty activities and take advantage of local events and days out.
Making the best of our time together is really important to me, but these things add up quickly, even if it’s just car parking for a free event.
So, how to save money on days out with the kids?
Well, I’ve teamed up with Kids Pass to help you out.
As I write, the 2019 Easter holiday is literally a few weeks away and I know it will make a dent in my pocket – and most probably yours too.
With the Kids Pass discount that doesn’t have to be the case, or at least not as much of a dent. In fact you could save up to 65% on days out, take advantage of kids eat free deals and when you really can’t entertain them any more, you’ll get 40% off cinema tickets. You can even save on holidays!
This Easter holiday find some cheap family days out at one (or more!) of thousands of major UK attractions that will keep the whole family happy as well as your bank balance. Kids Pass have a huge list of things to do on the website and in the app – you can’t go wrong.
For £3.99 a month it’s a fantastic deal – you probably already spend more than that on lattes, don’t you? Be honest.
Try before you buy:
Not ready to go all in? You can sign up for a trial Kids Pass membership for just £1 and gain instant access to the 1000’s of family friendly offers on the Kids Pass app!
This really is the best £1 you’ll spend this half term, as you could potentially save over £90* in just a week…
- Planning a trip to the cinema? You’d save on average £10.34 on your cinema tickets
- Fancy a meal out? You can cut £15.90 off your food bill
- Taking your tot for a sensory day at the aquarium? Average savings of £24.00 on aquarium tickets for the whole family
- Off to see furry friends at the zoo? You can save your family £40.00 on zoo tickets
*based on family of four (2 adults, 2 children)
Okay, of course you have some questions…
How does it work?
You pay £1 for a 30 day trial membership, after this you can cancel or continue at £39.99 annually. For these 30 days you have full access to all the offers on the Kids Pass app and website. There is also a subscription offer available at £3.99 per month.
What does it get me?
Instant access to 1,000’s of offers, including up to 40% off cinemas nationwide (7 days a week, adult and child), kids eat free at 1000’s of restaurants, up to 65% off family days out including leading theme parks, and up to 10% off UK family breaks and up to 50% off Eurocamp holidays.
Does one membership cover the whole family?
Yes! Your Kids Pass covers the entire household, that’s Mum, Dad, the kids (whether you have one or ten!) – and Granny and Grandad too!
How do I use it?
You can download the free Kids Pass app from all major app stores, which is easy to navigate, or you can use the Kids Pass website to search for offers.
How do I redeem discount offers for days out with the kids?
Most of the offers are completely digital meaning that tickets or promo codes can be sent straight to your phone, however some tickets are still paper and will be posted to you via Royal Mail.
What’s the catch?
There isn’t one! You can cancel your monthly subscription at any time.
Claim your trial!