National Trust Family membership 2 adults 6 little devils - £63.38 (+ 30% cashback via Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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checked and it was posted about 2 months ago, just ordered and thought a great deal. should be £84.50. pay by direct debit you get 3 months free so £63.38. then go through quidco for 30% discount works out at £44.36. We have to boys and a day out can cost that alone.
family one adult works out at £28.09
joint is £41.74 .
single is £25.46
Will post when quidco tracks.
Plus you get a free set of National Trust binoculars
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#1
Cant consider cashback as a discount and hence cant be quoted in the title... although OK to mention :)

Title amended.
#2
I joined a few months ago, quidco tracked and paid out fine. Uber bargain in my eyes
#3
Great Deal - thanks.

Sadly no Iphone in the title or it's not a Friends dvd for 2p so won't get very hot.
#4
Something wrong with cookies I think. The membership page isnt giving me an enter button & when I hit the return/enter on my laptop it just goes back to the address page.
#5
Where can you use the membership? What sort of activities can you do? Thinking about getting this, but am unsure if we would use it properly. Thanks
#6
solid
Where can you use the membership? What sort of activities can you do? Thinking about getting this, but am unsure if we would use it properly. Thanks

Its all on the The NT web site.
#7
I joined the New Zealand National Trust a couple of years ago after someone posted on here and have renewed since. It works out at about £33 for a family membership which gives full UK access and they process your membership and send your card out really quick...very happy.
#8
RedOnRed
I joined the New Zealand National Trust a couple of years ago after someone posted on here and have renewed since. It works out at about £33 for a family membership which gives full UK access and they process your membership and send your card out really quick...very happy.


Just joined via this -thanks very much for info 8)
#9
But the New Zealand National Trust web site (QEII Trust) states 'Financial members must currently reside in New Zealand and have a New Zealand postal address'.

How do you get round that obstacle?
#10
Nothing in Scotland
1 Like #11
bossyboots
Nothing in Scotland
Oh, I dunno, that's a bit harsh........they've got deep fried Mars bars
#12
What do you get with the NZ membership - doubt you get the car sticker for free parking etc...
#13
cmontgomeryburns
bossyboots
Nothing in Scotland

Oh, I dunno, that's a bit harsh........they've got deep fried Mars bars



lol and Haggis!!! Actually found that there is a separate website for National Trust in Scotland and prices really good
http://www.nts.org.uk/Join/Glance/
#14
My dad won an annual NT membership through the Co op back in the 90'S. At the end of the year the NT sent us another annual pass for the coming year with the option to either pay for it or discard it if we didn't want to renew. I thought it was a bit stange but they said it was something to do with them trying to save money on postage. My dad just discarded it but I suppose if someone was to be dishonest and go without paying the NT might still make money from them in the gift shop or cafe. Not sure if they still do this or not though.
#15
Good find. The Scotland scam has been going for years (if you can use someones address in Scotland). If you are not sure whether you will travel and use it that often, bear in mind that often NTrust have a scheme where they provide free entrance for locals. We just need to provide evidence of our address and postcode (utility bill) and then we get a free pass. Restricted to immediate postcodes only.

I know in my area, this is not advertised but we have renewed for at least the past 8 yrs. Sadly we don't use it that often anymore but when kids were small, it was brilliant for free access to clean safe (no dog s**t) play area.

Gone all nostalgic now....!
1 Like #16
anydiscount
But the New Zealand National Trust web site (QEII Trust) states 'Financial members must currently reside in New Zealand and have a New Zealand postal address'.

How do you get round that obstacle?


It does say on the site overseas memberships are fine and also this about the UK...

"Update
Please note that incorrect information is circulating that our membership benefits include free parking at sites in the UK. Charges may apply for parking, use of amenities and at times of special events and exhibitions.

Applications from Overseas
If you are joining the NZHPT from outside New Zealand, your membership application will be processed within our normal turnaround period of 21 days. Please allow time for international air mail to reach you. The express service is offered only to New Zealand residents."

Basically there is a possibility that you may have to pay for parking in the UK with NZ membership.

Anyway, all I can say is that i've been in it for over two years now and they send me out my renewal and membership pack quickly and it works fine over here.
1 Like #17
RedOnRed
I joined the New Zealand National Trust a couple of years ago after someone posted on here and have renewed since. It works out at about £33 for a family membership which gives full UK access and they process your membership and send your card out really quick...very happy.


You're wrong in the fact that it gives full access to UK properties. I looked into this myself and while it does work for the vast majority of National Trust properties, any third party managed properties are excluded.

For example, Wakehurst Place (the NT's most popular site) is owned by the National Trust but operated by Kew Gardens. You cannot get in with a NZ NT card or even a Scottish card. This being the main property we visit we had to join the NT.

A good deal if it works out for you though.
#18
Good deal this one, have just joined it. Like RedonRed, I was a NZ member, runs out at the end of the month. It started off as a talking point, but my wife gets embarrassed now, so joined in full, bonuses are the book and the car park sticker included. (Although you can get the sticker and book on ebay for around a fiver) Heat added, thanks.
2 Likes #19
The original post is a good deal but those talking about joining the NZ or Scottish equivalents to visit English sites are essentially fiddling a charity - disgusting behaviour, shame on you :(
1 Like #20
potfish
The original post is a good deal but those talking about joining the NZ or Scottish equivalents to visit English sites are essentially fiddling a charity - disgusting behaviour, shame on you :(


+1 8)
#21
I don't know why the NT don't just drop the membership price to this level anyway. If you are 2 adults the chances are you will be working and so not able to go all that often (weekends and holidays), and you will more often than not have travel costs to get to those properties. Add to that the current constant warnings we will all be worse off for many many years to come and there is no way I would consider the full membership price now.
The NT also needs to factor in the revenue that they get while you are there - refreshments, souvenirs, etc. - and that you will often take visitors with you to sites, once you do have a membership. Good deal at this price, given Quidco, so I will probably take up the offer - but not the NZ version.
#22
rogercat
What do you get with the NZ membership - doubt you get the car sticker for free parking etc...

cmontgomeryburns
bossyboots
Nothing in Scotland

Oh, I dunno, that's a bit harsh........they've got deep fried Mars bars


And oil and whisky that the establishment don't want to let go of!
#23
Am I reading correctly, we have a Scottish National card and an English one!

Bang goes the National word!
#24
Thanks for that. Just joined for family membership. I have a 5 year old and 2 year old and I think we will comfortably get our money's worth, particularly as the boys love castles etc. We often go camping near to an absolutely stunning beach, which is NT and costs £4 a time to park. Over a year this will probably pay for itself in parking alone.
#25
We signed up at our new local National Trust venue and got this deal or maybe a little bit cheaper so but hot as you don't want to turn up at your local one on the off chance they are doing a deal!
#26
potfish
The original post is a good deal but those talking about joining the NZ or Scottish equivalents to visit English sites are essentially fiddling a charity - disgusting behaviour, shame on you :(

Well you still get to pay through the nose in their coffee and souvenir shops and if it's really on your conscience leave a donation.
#27
Children not devils
#28
bossyboots
cmontgomeryburns
bossyboots
Nothing in Scotland

Oh, I dunno, that's a bit harsh........they've got deep fried Mars bars



lol and Haggis!!! Actually found that there is a separate website for National Trust in Scotland and prices really good
http://www.nts.org.uk/Join/Glance/


Just a small point, but NT for Scotland is a separate group/organisation from the National Trust. Just in case you're expecting entry to the English ones for free etc...

G>
[guy in our old camera club used to stress it every time he did a presentation, so I assume they don't get along ;)]
1 Like #29
edit: you get entry to the English ones for free. Heat added, and off for a lie down and a re-read of the site so I get it right next time :)
2 Likes #30
I've voted hot. I do have a bit of a problem though with people joining the NZ trust, etc. The NT is a charity, with aims to protect and restore our heritage. Giving money to NZ doesn't help
#31
Great price for a great organization.
#32
5757alan
I've voted hot. I do have a bit of a problem though with people joining the NZ trust, etc. The NT is a charity, with aims to protect and restore our heritage. Giving money to NZ doesn't help


Voted hot too and agree with the above
#33
Thanks for the info, just signed up to quidco and got this great offer. Any idea how long it takes to start tracking and show up in my quidco account? just hope I've done everything right ;- )
#34
Just had tracking receipt email so looking good :-))

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