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National Trust 5-card packs (and tea vouchers) REDUCED! £6.99 and FREE Delivery over £10.

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(thanks hockeyguy) this deal is now extended to January 3rd Remember to choose the cards with the tea for two sticker in the corner and use the code 5PACK. Dear Customer, National Trust 5-car… Read More
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3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago
(thanks hockeyguy) this deal is now extended to January 3rd

Remember to choose the cards with the tea for two sticker in the corner and use the code 5PACK.

Dear Customer,

National Trust 5-card packs just £6.66.

To celebrate a year of great offers, we're reducing our bestselling National Trust 5-card packs to £6.66 this week (from £9.99).

For comparison, 5 National Trust cards at W H Smith are £16.75.

To get the discount, enter the code 5PACK when you checkout.

The offer ends on the 3rd of January. See below for step-by-step instructions on how to use it and its terms and conditions.

As usual, orders over £10 are delivered free to UK addresses.

With best wishes,

Pink & Greene.
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#1
I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.
#2
They are really good quality Any occasion cards, left blank for your message. I have ordered quite a few different cards from them, the national trust tea, coffee for two voucher can be used in there cafes at national trusts sights. You just have to pay to park usually.
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saffy81
I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.
Sorry, yes these are blank cards, not Christmas cards, you don`t have to pay to enter the property itself, because the tea room can be accessed from the grounds. So often, the tea room is open when the house itself isn`t. Usually it`s part of the gift shop. It`s not all National Trust properties. But it`s a lot. There is a list with the vouchers. The only problem I`ve found is that they may charge you to use the car park if you come by car, in which case, you can park outside the grounds if you don`t mind a walk!
#4
saffy81
I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.


- blank greetings cards (good quality)
- voucher for a pot of tea for two
- does not include entry to NT properties
- if you want to avoid entry charges, you'll have to find an NT property where the tea rooms are outside of the payment area (quite a few places have them accessible outside of the property, in the garden or near the car park for example)
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jasee
saffy81
I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.
Sorry, yes these are blank cards, not Christmas cards, you don`t have to pay to enter the property itself, because the tea room can be accessed from the grounds. So often, the tea room is open when the house itself isn`t. Usually it`s part of the gift shop. It`s not all National Trust properties. But it`s a lot. There is a list with the vouchers. The only problem I`ve found is that they may charge you to use the car park if you come by car, in which case, you can park outside the grounds if you don`t mind a walk!


Locally to me the cafes tend to be in the gardens and to access the gardens you need to pay the entry charges.

My best friend has a lifetime membership so when this deal was posted a few days ago I bought her a pack
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sickly sweet
jasee
saffy81
I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.
Sorry, yes these are blank cards, not Christmas cards, you don`t have to pay to enter the property itself, because the tea room can be accessed from the grounds. So often, the tea room is open when the house itself isn`t. Usually it`s part of the gift shop. It`s not all National Trust properties. But it`s a lot. There is a list with the vouchers. The only problem I`ve found is that they may charge you to use the car park if you come by car, in which case, you can park outside the grounds if you don`t mind a walk!
Locally to me the cafes tend to be in the gardens and to access the gardens you need to pay the entry charges.
My best friend has a lifetime membership so when this deal was posted a few days ago I bought her a pack
I think if it`s on their list you shouldn`t have to pay see:
http://www.pinkandgreene.com/national-trust/#terms-conditions
click on terms and conditions to see the list of properties
#7
thank you! x
#8
Just ordered Thanks
#9
Thanks peeps
#10
saffy81
I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.
I think if it`s on their list you shouldn`t have to pay see:
http://www.pinkandgreene.com/national-trust/#terms-conditions
click on terms and conditions to see the list of properties.
I`ve been a few times and I`ve never had to pay to enter the tearoom

Edited By: jasee on Dec 30, 2016 23:42: update

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