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This was 12 months for the price of 11 recently but has now gone back to the more tempting offer above. 30% Quidco brings the annual single price down to a bargain £25.47 - and dont forget those irresistable binoculars!


Join today from only £36.38 for your first year, and help look after the places you love, whilst enjoying:

* Free entry to over 300 historic houses and gardens
* Free car parking at most Trust properties
* 3 months' free membership when you pay by Direct Debit
* Free National Trust binoculars
* Free entry to the National Trust for Scotland and other partner organisation offers

And that's not all. When you join the National Trust, you will also receive the Member's Handbook, newsletters, three copies of The National Trust Magazine, a car sticker and a map guide.
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#1
Wow! X)

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-member_becomeamember-main_picture-2
#2
we joined and enjoyed it..but was disappointed most places closed in sept/oct so we only used it in the summer.
#3
Signed up for this last time, free binoculars are actually better than I expected. Both my daughters (14 & 11) have absolutely detested every NT place we have dragged them to so far though. Maybe we are doing something wrong, or perhaps it is just a sign of the times, but all they want to go to are amusement parks and the like, so not money well spent, sadly.
#4
Anyone know up to what age children are free.
#5
gavjbrown
Anyone know up to what age children are free.


Children under 5 go FREE
#6
Thanks hitman.

Plumberman that's not so good if most places will be shut for months.
#7
I might have to cancel membership and sign up again next year. used to get a fair bit of mileage from membership, but the cost creeps up year on year - think I'm paying something like £85 p.a for membership now. May cancel and simply reapply every year to take advantage of new membership offers.

Edited By: Copperface on Oct 28, 2010 11:51: spelling
#8
Copperface
I might have to cancel membership and sign up again next year. used to get a fair bit of mileage from membership, but the cost creeps up year on year - think I'm paying something like £85 p.a for membership now. May cancel and simply reapply every year to take advantage of new membership offers.


You may find they will not let you rejoin using the offer, stop me doing this on the last one even though the membership had expired about 6 months earlier.
#9
be careful, they declined my quidco last 4 months ago.
#10
do your homework on places you want to vist near you, you may find lots if your lucky or you may find few..! its a expensive mistake
#11
we did this last year but quidco was around 40% then, cancelled the membership last month with a view to signing up again next year (will do it in wifes name and her email address)
#12
we still got our moneys worth as it cost about £60 after offer discounts and that was family plus mum..we went to speke hall (lovely tour and adventure playgound smallish for kids)
Tatton park-extremely beautiful
Dunham massey-amazing!
Quarry bank mill-lovely
My kids learned so much too
Well worth the money but just disappointing and was shoocked that places closed in winter...grounds were mostly open but the houses closed.
#13
There was a similar deal in the summer but I lost out on the Quidco cashback when a company called Deal Group Media (DGM) went bust...
#14
They need to be 9 months for the price of 12 as most places dont open until March/April.
#15
I think English Heritage membership may be better value. I think I paid £77 for a membership. It was 15 months for the price of 12 if you put it on direct debit. You could cancel if you wanted to not renew next year. That price was for two adults and up to twelve children under the age of nineteen.
They have over 400 sites many of which stay open over the winter.
#16
I think English Heritage membership may be better value. I think I paid £77 for a membership. It was 15 months for the price of 12 if you put it on direct debit. You could cancel if you wanted to not renew next year. That price was for two adults and up to twelve children under the age of nineteen.
They have over 400 sites many of which stay open over the winter.
#17
andyken
Signed up for this last time, free binoculars are actually better than I expected. Both my daughters (14 & 11) have absolutely detested every NT place we have dragged them to so far though. Maybe we are doing something wrong, or perhaps it is just a sign of the times, but all they want to go to are amusement parks and the like, so not money well spent, sadly.

Sound like a couple of spoiled brats!
#18
Don't forget this also gets you FREE parking at various places around here:

Morston Quay £3 a day
Blakeney Quay £3 a day
Sheringham Park £4.50 a day

and that's before you look at going in any properties worth remembering esp if you have NT places nearby and/or have dogs.
#19
This offer price is only available if you pay by direct debit, so if you only want 12 months then make sure you cancel the agreement straight away or I'm sure they'll have you for full price come renewal time.

My in-laws want a NT membership for Christmas, so it's a hot deal but the direct debit stipulation is a bit off putting. Will still go for it though.
#20
It's not that bad really sign up wait for money to go out then immediately cancel DD. They do send a reminder out before rebilling giving you time to cancel then too
#21
liss08
I think English Heritage membership may be better value. I think I paid £77 for a membership. It was 15 months for the price of 12 if you put it on direct debit. You could cancel if you wanted to not renew next year. That price was for two adults and up to twelve children under the age of nineteen.
They have over 400 sites many of which stay open over the winter.

I personally think that English Heritage is poor value compared with the NT. NT has a large portfolio of complete houses with works of art, furniture, musical instruments, decor, carpets as well as the associated gardens and grounds, which require constant maintenance and preservation. English Heritage is mainly a portfolio of ruins which have stood as such for many years, and as long as the vandals and chavs are kept away from them, they will continue to stand as such. There can hardly be a comparison between the running costs of the 2 organisations, yet the membership prices are similar.
#22
Went to Speke Hall and Old Rufford Hall with my 7 year old on our National Trust passes this year, also handy for us as gives free parking at National Trust properties in the Lakes.
Think the houses close in winter as their rules state they can only have so much artificial light per year, so that the properties are preserved as best they can. Something like that anyway.
My 2 eldest at 17 and 14 would not be interested in membership nor would my husband
#23
Thanks! We've joined up.
#24
Warning: Declined my Quidco from when I applied last June - 9 months for 12 offer :(
#25
hbucks1
Warning: Declined my Quidco from when I applied last June - 9 months for 12 offer :(


Just bad luck then, I joined on 28th Oct and quidco paid up £19.01 on 30th Nov - one of the fastest payouts I've ever had I think. You should have raised a query with Quidco, they usually get resolved as long as you give them all the details of the transaction.

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