National Trust for Scotland (inc all UK properties) £5.75 per month for a Family Ticket (2 adults+4 children) - HotUKDeals
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A great option if you want to spread the cost of National Trust Membership over 12 months. Excellent for budgeting. £5.75 to get the kids out into the fresh air and learn about history.

I've just joined the monthly scheme and have downloaded and printed a temporary members card ready to use at Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire tomorrow.

By getting a National Trust for Scotland membership you can still visit all the National Trust places that you would if you bought from National Trust UK ( plus worldwide properties) see http://www.nts.org.uk/Site/Membership/Reciprocal-entry-sites/)

If you want to pay in a lump sum You can buy it as a one off Direct Debit for £65.25 though you might want to join the UK site because it has 3 months extra free at the moment for £72.75 (http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/membership/) and there may be cashback offers
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#1
That is a deal. Heat added
#2
great deal. picture is for National Trust not NTS though.
#3
Nice one.
#4
just done it , thanks
#5
If you holiday in the UK or live near some properties this is a great family membership.... if there are only two of you it is less so - voted Hot
#6
Will this also allow parking at the England sites?
#7
gemsta83
Will this also allow parking at the England sites?

Yes
1 Like #8
if you want a full year the English nt is cheaper. £72.75 for 15 months which works out £4.85 a month. If you are going to English properties the money will actually go to the upkeep of them unlike the Scottish membership which will only fund the Scottish properties.

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/membership/

Quidco also offers 5% cash back on the English memberships


Edited By: everett_psycho on Feb 03, 2014 09:56: fixed
#9
:D Cold ..as Scotland is more than 100 metres by horseless carriage from our house. ;)

( Seriously super deal OP, also remember national farm weekend will be coming up over th next few months, if scotland participates, always a great way to get a look at a NT site too, as they typically participate if they have a rare breeds / estates section).
#10
The National Trust price of £72.75 isn't for 15 months, it is for 12 months. The price reflects the 3 free months
2 Likes #11
I always buy the New Zealand Historic Places Trust card, never had any issues with access anywhere.

New Zealand Historic Places

Current price with shipping works out at around £40 for the year for 2 Adults and 2 Children, it takes roughtly 1 week to arrive after ordering.

The added bonus with this card as well as it been cheaper, you can also use it on English National Trust and Heritage as well.

Full list of accesible places below.


National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for NZHPT members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).
#12
Wow, I cannot believe people are looking to save money on membership to a charity. Maybe we should see if homeless people give you cashback when you give them some money.

We used to have a zoo membership that got you in to a number of other zoos e.g. marwell, Chester etc. It was useful on holiday and with parents etc. Lots of people went for the cheapest zoo option, now they are restricting how often you can use the partner zoos.
#13
crazyhorse69
I always buy the New Zealand Historic Places Trust card, never had any issues with access anywhere.

New Zealand Historic Places

Current price with shipping works out at around £40 for the year for 2 Adults and 2 Children, it takes roughtly 1 week to arrive after ordering.

The added bonus with this card as well as it been cheaper, you can also use it on English National Trust and Heritage as well.

Full list of accesible places below.


National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for NZHPT members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).

This doesn't include parking though. When you factor that in it's not that attractive.
#14
corrin buxton
The National Trust price of £72.75 isn't for 15 months, it is for 12 months. The price reflects the 3 free months


sorry you're right, still over a year it's about £4 more to join the English nt, less if you factor in quidco. they also include a regular magazine and free gift (but the site doesn't say what that is).

as I said previously, if you like what the national trust do paying for membership means they get the money to keep doing it, I don't believe they receive funds for Scottish or new Zealand trust visitors, it's more an agreement between organisations to encourage memberships, buying from the others would be like paying roadtax in France to drive on British roads
#15
Dilbert
crazyhorse69
I always buy the New Zealand Historic Places Trust card, never had any issues with access anywhere.

New Zealand Historic Places

Current price with shipping works out at around £40 for the year for 2 Adults and 2 Children, it takes roughtly 1 week to arrive after ordering.

The added bonus with this card as well as it been cheaper, you can also use it on English National Trust and Heritage as well.

Full list of accesible places below.


National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for NZHPT members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).

This doesn't include parking though. When you factor that in it's not that attractive.

I've never been ever asked to pay parking and I don't know anyone else who has either, and I know a lot of people with these cards.
#16
do you have to have children with you to use this card? I'll have to borrow some.....
#17
Its a good deal for the 1st year then when its up for renewal they bump up the price bigtime.

We took out this deal for 15 months but at renewal were disgusted at how they hiked the price up so didnt renew
#18
I can't see a definite answer on whether nts membership allows for free parking at national trust England sites. The description on the nts website merely states free parking is included at nts sites which is making me feel slightly suspicious about it. I've signed up anyway as its still a steal and its so much easier to pay monthly as opposed to in a one off payment.
#19
notaskinflint1
Wow, I cannot believe people are looking to save money on membership to a charity. Maybe we should see if homeless people give you cashback when you give them some money.

We used to have a zoo membership that got you in to a number of other zoos e.g. marwell, Chester etc. It was useful on holiday and with parents etc. Lots of people went for the cheapest zoo option, now they are restricting how often you can use the partner zoos.

Personally, I'd like to pay the least amount I can to get access to National Trust. I would much rather donate money to a local charity where my money would make much more difference, rather than being used to pay Helen Ghosh her £160,000 per year salary.
#20
notaskinflint1
Wow, I cannot believe people are looking to save money on membership to a charity. Maybe we should see if homeless people give you cashback when you give them some money.

We used to have a zoo membership that got you in to a number of other zoos e.g. marwell, Chester etc. It was useful on holiday and with parents etc. Lots of people went for the cheapest zoo option, now they are restricting how often you can use the partner zoos.

I work for a charity I give money to that charity every month and I give money to another local charity every month. I can't see that I'm doing anything unjust in taking up their own published offers but I'm prepared to be persuaded otherwise. I could ask why you didn't pay separately for the zoos, if we were going to take your point to its logical conclusion.
#21
Great. This makes it possible for me to do some of the things I have been wanting to do for a long time. Thanks OP and thanks NTS.
#22
I am not saying that this is a bad idea but would like people to think about the consequences of the decisions they make. I live in England and buy a NT membership each year both to support the organisation so it can protect our history and beautiful countryside. I have also supported my local zoo (£184 per year) but have used the ability to go to other zoos 5 times over the past five years. The difference is that a family day entry to the zoo is £60 and if we didn't have the benefit our local zoo pass gives us we just wouldn't go. This is different from consciously buying a pass from another organisation that many never intend to use the benefits of (New Zealand Historic Places) simply because they have a reciprocal arrangement.
If we do take this to its logical conclusion, the reciprocal arrangements will be restricted (as is now the case with the zoos) then the reciprocating organisations wouldn't get the (admittedly small) revenue when people visit from food, drink etc. As the single day gate price is high.
#23
Lol at Everett describing NT as "normal". What on earth is NTS then "abnormal"?
#24
noiabinoi
Lol at Everett describing NT as "normal". What on earth is NTS then "abnormal"?

I don't know what you mean :p and it was early on a sunday

The logical conclusion isn't you should pay for every property you go to, the logical conclusion is you should pay for the organisation you actually use most so they take the revenue, as notaskinflint said, abusing these reciprocal agreements will just result in them being removed eventually as the money will start to dry up if everybody did it, I can't argue so much with the new zealand one as it's half the price but for the sake of £4 a year joining the NTS over the english version doesn't seem worth it. No matter which one you join there's someone at the top taking home a fortune, that's just the way they work (like almost any other company)
#25
If the option was given with the NT to pay monthly like the NTS one, then I'd do that. But there is no option like that and I find it easier to pay for the membership on a monthly basis. I have corresponded with NTS today and free parking is indeed included across all of the English properties aswell as free entry. As a student on a low income with two children to entertain this is music to my ears.
#26
crazyhorse69
I always buy the New Zealand Historic Places Trust card, never had any issues with access anywhere.

New Zealand Historic Places

Current price with shipping works out at around £40 for the year for 2 Adults and 2 Children, it takes roughtly 1 week to arrive after ordering.

The added bonus with this card as well as it been cheaper, you can also use it on English National Trust and Heritage as well.

Full list of accesible places below.


National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for NZHPT members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).
Do you get 2 separate cards with the family deal in case you are in different parts of the country ?
#27
foes4you
crazyhorse69
I always buy the New Zealand Historic Places Trust card, never had any issues with access anywhere.

New Zealand Historic Places

Current price with shipping works out at around £40 for the year for 2 Adults and 2 Children, it takes roughtly 1 week to arrive after ordering.

The added bonus with this card as well as it been cheaper, you can also use it on English National Trust and Heritage as well.

Full list of accesible places below.


National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for NZHPT members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).
Do you get 2 separate cards with the family deal in case you are in different parts of the country ?

I only just got the 1 card, not 2, I don't even think there's an option to pick 2
#28
Just wondering if there are any more deals, (the 3 month offer has ended on the uk site) its slightly dearer now on the scotland site (£67.)
#29
crazyhorse69
Dilbert
crazyhorse69
I always buy the New Zealand Historic Places Trust card, never had any issues with access anywhere.New Zealand Historic Places
Current price with shipping works out at around £40 for the year for 2 Adults and 2 Children, it takes roughtly 1 week to arrive after ordering.
The added bonus with this card as well as it been cheaper, you can also use it on English National Trust and Heritage as well.
Full list of accesible places below.
National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for NZHPT members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).
This doesn't include parking though. When you factor that in it's not that attractive.
I've never been ever asked to pay parking and I don't know anyone else who has either, and I know a lot of people with these cards.

When you go to NT car parks that usually charge do you just show the attendant your New Zealand card and they let you have free parking? On the New Zealand Heritage website it says parking isn't included.

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