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Join National Trust Scotland and still visit the England sites, save £££'s

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If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others) and on the whole yo…
If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others) and on the whole yo…
ne0prene Avatar1d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago61 Comments
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Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
HNZ will be delighted to have you. They get all the money without any of the associated costs. ENT, by comparison, get nothing. The way round it, of course, is for overseas members to have to show proof of residence to get the concession, and NT is working towards that, thanks to the abuse you're promoting. ;)

I'm sure if NT wanted to stop English residents buying Scottish or NZ or Bahamian membership and visiting English properties they could have worked out how to very simply stop it, just as you have. The fact is the NT has been happy to allow English residents to visit English properties when they hold membership of foreign reciprocal body for many years. If they wanted it stopped, they could have stopped it years ago. Maybe they're happy to sell visitors coffee and cake, car parking and other ancillary stuff. Your faux outrage isn't reflected in the NT, and the only abuse is from you accusing others of acting on the level of tax cheats.

Perhaps you objecting to actions the NT doesn't appear to mind at all, you should ask yourself why the NT is (much) more expensive than equivalent organisations. Don't they also have the high costs of maintenance of properties etc.

And again, if you object to people using facilities cheaper than others pay, then i take it you haven't taken your free bus pass, claimed your fuel allowance, claimed a two for one pizza or paid a concessionary fare at the cinema etc etc. In fact, what attracts you to hukd? (And please no 'but this is a charity'. The NT doesn't act like a charity, as most think of one, in any respect. The exact opposite infact, extremely business minded with the best legal advice to protect their interests and squeeze the last penny from their thousands of rental properties for example.)
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
HNZ will be delighted to have you. They get all the money without any of the associated costs. ENT, by comparison, get nothing. The way round it, of course, is for overseas members to have to show proof of residence to get the concession, and NT is working towards that, thanks to the abuse you're promoting. ;)
How ever will I sleep tonight?
GlennTheBaker
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
HNZ will be delighted to have you. They get all the money without any of the associated costs. ENT, by comparison, get nothing. The way round it, of course, is for overseas members to have to show proof of residence to get the concession, and NT is working towards that, thanks to the abuse you're promoting. ;)
Ah all these moral arguments. For 99% of people their employer screws them over with crap wages. It's a dog eat dog world. You've got to be prepared to not be the one getting bitten all the time. That's why we're all on a deals site.
Newbold
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
GlennTheBaker
Jules_HT
Yes go on; we'll pay for the upkeep of the properties whilst you guys (especially NZ "members") use deception and a loop-hole to enjoy at our expense.
As a Heritage New Zealand member, please explain to me the loopholes and methods of deception I used when I joined.
If you're not from NZ, and you join NZ NT and use it to access English NT sites, then you are taking advantage of a loop-hole in the applications process for NZ NT (in that they don't require residency to join) to abuse the mutuality of access agreement between the two. Nb. English NT has no influence over NZ NT registration requirements. To do that knowing you're intending to effectively act as an English NT member would (i.e. habitually and primarily visiting English NT sites) is disingenuous, and is effectively taking money from a charity whilst enjoying the facilities they provide (whilst knowing that they have a charging structure in place that is being avoided). We've already seen in this thread fake NZ members feeling embarrassment and effectively hiding from their children what they have done- there is a reason those feelings exist, and that is because the morals of that person are tweaking away telling them that what I say is true. If any other fake NZ members don't share that compunction, that says more about their moral compass than it does about anything else.
Legally it's fine. But then so is large corporations using overseas subsidiaries to avoid tax liabilities in the UK. Legally fine, morally not so much.
If someone is a NZ resident using NZ membership to access English NT sites whilst they are here temporarily, that is a different thing. That is activity that is within the spirit of the agreement of mutuality of access.
If you're English resident and using English sites, then pay your fair share and stop using the rest of the membership base to subsidise your days out. English NT may be a charity, it's members are not.
Thanks for the explanation. If you would please be kind enough to show me where it says that Heritage New Zealand membership is only for citizens of New Zealand that would be grand.
Rather like the argument that it was perfectly normal, fine and dandy for Boots UK to have decided to base itself for tax purposes at an address in Zug, Switzerland.
Legal, sure - but moral, certainly not. I suppose it depends on your view of morality whether it's OK to cheat the English National Trust out of much needed income by manipulating the reciprocity arrangements agreed between similar bodies. Particularly as that sort of abuse will lead to genuine NZ resident members losing the privilege.
Don't suppose that would bother you a jot, though, would it.
Not in the slightest. If Heritage New Zealand didn't want me to become a member they would prevent anyone not a New Zealand citizen/resident from joining. If the National Trust or any of the other similar organisations didn't want to be part of the reciprocal arrangement, they would put an end to it.
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Over 60's National Trust Joint Senior Membership £78.00 - save yourself 25% on normal rates

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Was prompted to post this having seen post for lifetime membership. Normal joint adult annual memberhsip is £105 but if one of you is 60+ you can contact them and get a 25% reduction to £78. It wou…
Was prompted to post this having seen post for lifetime membership. Normal joint adult annual memberhsip is £105 but if one of you is 60+ you can contact them and get a 25% reduction to £78. It wou…
HantsShopper Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago19 Comments
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purplenorpe
Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?
If you've successfully kept your membership low by joining one of the cheaper sites - Guernsey, NZ or Scotland for example it may be a false economy as you may still have to pay for parking at UK sites. We love Pembrokeshire and there are a number of NT car parks in coastal and countryside areas where I believe you would have to pay but we do not as full members. I think you'll find it in the small print on the other NT websites.
purplenorpe
Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?


​Yes will still need to pay for parking
Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?
purplenorpe
I checked the FAQs on national trust Scotland website and it says you can use the membership at U.K. National trust sites. Anyone done this? Seems a bit too good to be true.

National Trust England have reciprocal agreements with most other countries equivalent - so yes you can use National Trust Scotland cards to gain access. Though if you don't care about supporting the England sites there are cheaper options than NT Scotland.
BUT , don't expect free parking privileges in NT car parks in the UK, (NT have a lot of coastal and lake district car parks)
I checked the FAQs on national trust Scotland website and it says you can use the membership at U.K. National trust sites. Anyone done this? Seems a bit too good to be true.
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National Trust (lifetime membership) - £1,499.00

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Just saw this price and I think it is a bargain ... ish. Obviously £1,499 is a lot of money but if you were to join and live 40 years then it is about £37 per year. If you are over 6 it is £1140…
Just saw this price and I think it is a bargain ... ish. Obviously £1,499 is a lot of money but if you were to join and live 40 years then it is about £37 per year. If you are over 6 it is £1140…
PG9999 Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago23 Comments
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If the National Trust & English Heritage combined it would still not be value for money.
Shatwell
I'd want my own private car parking space and be able to use a camera and tripod for that price.
Not sure if I missed the joke but do they have some kind of rules against tripods??

Been to loads and used my camera, obviously, but never a tripod.

That or the joke is over my head...
Cold :p
Bargain (_;)
might get it for my sons next birthday, he'll be 2, but if he lives until he's 90 then this is an absolute steal!
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FREE NATIONAL PARK TICKETS NATWEST PACKAGE ACCOUNTS

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Hey guys! I just checked my Natwest account turns out you can print off free tickets / family passes to and other extras like free parking to various national parks around the uk. Visit a castl…
Hey guys! I just checked my Natwest account turns out you can print off free tickets / family passes to and other extras like free parking to various national parks around the uk. Visit a castl…
prash_2k Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago10 Comments
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I wish there was a means to add extra cold. Ballers could then be ballers.
prash_2k
True - if you like me and use the:
- travel insurance for me wife and 2 kids ( (£20 per trip if paid separate but this included winter cover)
- car breakdown. Can't remember how many times we've used it this year alone (£70 per year)
- mobile phone cover that covers 2 iPhones 6s (£20pm for this alone!)
The. Yea it's a huge freebie.
Banks are there to make money just like a supermarket. Go to a supermarket fill up a trolley, won't be amazing but u get a discount.
Go to bank fill-up with financial products which lets face it if you have a phone worth over £500, go on holiday once a year and have a car. Then package accounts are way cheaper than buying them individually.
you dont actually work for natwest do you
It's not a freebie.
jdbigguy
prash_2k
True - if you like me and use the:
- travel insurance for me wife and 2 kids ( (£20 per trip if paid separate but this included winter cover)
- car breakdown. Can't remember how many times we've used it this year alone (£70 per year)
- mobile phone cover that covers 2 iPhones 6s (£20pm for this alone!)
The. Yea it's a huge freebie.
Banks are there to make money just like a supermarket. Go to a supermarket fill up a trolley, won't be amazing but u get a discount.
Go to bank fill-up with financial products which lets face it if you have a phone worth over £500, go on holiday once a year and have a car. Then package accounts are way cheaper than buying them individually.
So you can afford two iPhones 6s and multiple holidays, but you can't afford a car that doesn't break down more often than you can remember. I hope you don't drive to your holidays with that.


Ha! No. I have the iPhone's I can go on holidays, I didn't say it was the same car that kept breaking. Some of us have the sense to buy and sell multiple cars and bikes in the year.

But sure jdbigguy if u wanna stick to the same whip (probably a Nissan micro or whatever) all year kool.

Let us Baller be baller and u chill at home with a nice cup of coca in ur slippers. :)
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FREE National Trust wipe-clean magnetic fridge planner and adventure scrapbook - 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4

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Whether it's building a den or flying a kite - or 48 other ways to have fun outdoors - use your free pack to plan adventures and help your little explorers discover their wild side. Get a 50 things to…
Whether it's building a den or flying a kite - or 48 other ways to have fun outdoors - use your free pack to plan adventures and help your little explorers discover their wild side. Get a 50 things to…
NASHJ Avatar11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago14 Comments
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Just spotted this in my spam folder
Thanks for your interest in the National Trust and our '50 things to do before you're 11¾' fridge planner and scrapbook.

You recently requested this free gift which was offered by the National Trust only through Facebook. Unfortunately as your response came via an alternative channel that was not included in the promotion, we will not be sending the gift as the supply is limited.
Meeeeh evil social network thingy
thank you for trying anyway :)
Unfortunately, this offer has now expired and the fridge planner is no longer available
Get involved with '50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾' at your nearest participating National Trust place property and pick up your wild adventure scrap book

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Thank you for your interest

This offer is temporarily unavailable.
Please try again next week.
doesn t work for me
Link doesn't work for me either :(
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3 months Free National trust membership £83.25 ( 3% Quidco) with code NT16008M1

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After looking at the New Zealand deal I mooched about to get one where the funds go directly to the National Trust. Found 3 months free although it's only a few pounds cheaper than 2 months free so I…
After looking at the New Zealand deal I mooched about to get one where the funds go directly to the National Trust. Found 3 months free although it's only a few pounds cheaper than 2 months free so I…
polg Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago31 Comments
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deanos
Cold from me, joined the Bermuda one for £26 a year for a family card
Parking isn't reciprocal so how does that help people who need the parking? go to a dozen properties and you have lost out already (or park in NT car parks in the lake district etc)

The offer is a good value offer for NT, no need to cold it because you have no need for NT parking.
Dr Zoidberg
mudlover
MrWanger
bojangles
eighty quid to go look at a pile of rubble?
no ta
It is so reassuring to know chavs like you stay away from places like the National Trust.:)
That's probably true but your comment also reaffirms the general belief that the National Trust is only for the educated wealthy, especially at those prices. Possibly, if they made their prices more accessible to the less well off, the chav population may become more educated and less chavvy? The NT has a motto "For ever, for everyone", just as long as you can afford it :-(

You really don't have to be wealthy to spend £100 or so on NT membership. In practice it does appeal to a middle class customer base, and granted, if you are completely broke and struggling to make ends meet then it's out of the question, but to spend £2 a week on access to some very interesting sites is hardly the preserve of the super rich.


​It might also help them afford their membership if the so called Chavvy and uneducated stopped wasting their monies on booze and cancer sticks.
anewman
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deanos
Cold from me, joined the Bermuda one for £26 a year for a family card
Do you cheat all charities out of the money they need to carry out their work, or is it just the National Trust?
You'll be delighted to learn that as a result of the recent threads, National Trust and English Heritage are now discussing their reciprocal arrangements with their internationally affiliated associates to ensure that this exploitation is blocked.
All it means is that the NT here wants to exploit members by getting them to pay more than other countries. NT is doing the exploiting. Besides, those taking advantage of the deal are not people who would be full paying UK members anyway.

The NT is exploiting people?

The Bermudan/NZ national trust memberships are intended for residents of those countries. I haven't looked at their portfolios but I imagine they have far fewer stately homes and the like than the UK. If members come to visit the UK they might visit a couple of NT properties, but probably won't be here long enough to go around visiting all of them. So it seems entirely fair that they pay less, as they are getting less for it.
Does anyone know what the offer at the National Trust locations on the day is please? I tend to prefer the 15 months for the price of 12 as we tend to go only really in the hotter months and buying it at the right time you can wrap it around 2 years.
NT16008M1 not working for me ...

but.. i played with codes a bit and NT16010M0 gets the same offer - 83.25 by DD.

P.S. I support this and other threads suggesting different **Legit** discount options and I believe that NT is aware of those options, but considers them not being an issue. For example, years ago I was a member of EH for couple of years, but since then I am not member or visitor of their sites in any form. So they get NOTHING from my budget. Surely for any business it is negative result.

Edited By: strnik on Apr 09, 2016 23:16
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Free entry to NT Attingham Park if you arrive by public transport, foot or bike. Save £7.50

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Ideal for local people or people holidaying locally. Travel green to the property and entry to the grounds is free. Not widely advertised! Im sure on foot and cycling gains free entry but belive publi…
Ideal for local people or people holidaying locally. Travel green to the property and entry to the grounds is free. Not widely advertised! Im sure on foot and cycling gains free entry but belive publi…
gholt Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago10 Comments
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When we visited the lady at the entrance just happened to notice we had walked in across the field and said it was free entry if you walk there. I then looked it up but could find little about it. Only found mention of bikes on the right in the below link: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/attingham-park/things-to-see-and-do/article-1355849634762/. Not sure about public transport..
found this site mention free for bikes, but doesn't mention the other ways

https://travelshropshire.co.uk/visit/shropshire-without-a-car.aspx
flimbo73
Where on the website does it mention free entry? And how would the people on the gate police this if it were true? Any old joe could turn up at the gate after parking their car and say they travelled on foot. I don't believe this one.

M1ke_Hunt
flimbo73
Where on the website does it mention free entry? And how would the people on the gate police this if it were true? Any old joe could turn up at the gate after parking their car and say they travelled on foot. I don't believe this one.
I would like to know the answer to this too?

amour3k
M1ke_Hunt
flimbo73
Where on the website does it mention free entry? And how would the people on the gate police this if it were true? Any old joe could turn up at the gate after parking their car and say they travelled on foot. I don't believe this one.
I would like to know the answer to this too?
Me too please?. :-)
Well I have claimed this discount twice the first time I just happened to mention that I had arrive on bicycle so the nice lady said oh you get a discount then

If you came by public transport you would have a ticket

and at the end of the day the vast majority of people wouldn't claim a discount they were not entitled to
edit:
http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/article-1356402563787/

Edited By: thewongwing101 on May 31, 2015 18:09: link
M1ke_Hunt
flimbo73
Where on the website does it mention free entry? And how would the people on the gate police this if it were true? Any old joe could turn up at the gate after parking their car and say they travelled on foot. I don't believe this one.
I would like to know the answer to this too?

Me too please?. :-)
DevilMan
cb-uk
Plus many porky HUKDers will also lose a little weight into the bargain.


Don't put yourself down CB, you're just big boned...

OMD! lool.
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£2.00 parking @ National Trust Wimpole Hall, refunded in shop and cafe! Great day

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A great day out at Wimpole Hall. Essentially free parking! £2 parking cost is taken off your shop or café bill! A great place to walk in the grounds and use the café (both free), perfect for a picnic…
A great day out at Wimpole Hall. Essentially free parking! £2 parking cost is taken off your shop or café bill! A great place to walk in the grounds and use the café (both free), perfect for a picnic…
gholt Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago9 Comments
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Wimpole finally stopped charging members for farm entry earlier this year.
Also, I think Wimpole Hall charges again if you want to go to the farm.. Some NT properties charge for admission to gardens and Tatton Park also charges £5 for parking. Quite a nasty surprise!
Shugborough Estate is NOT free even though you are a National Trust member, nor is Parkhurst Place .. Very greedy!
I mean that the parkland and café can be entered for free ie without paying to enter the property/gardens or farm.

National trust parking is usually expensive and only free for members.

Also the National trust do a drinks loyalty scheme so collect ten stamps and you get your next drink for free.
National trust parking only free if you're a member . Otherwise it's usually very expensive
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Free Muffin Hot Drink and free entry to Coleton Fishacre Devon - nationaltrust

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Family volunteering: beach clean at Man Sands Help the rangers to tidy up Man Sands beach after the summer season. As a reward for all of your hard work enjoy free entry on the day to Coleton Fisha…
Family volunteering: beach clean at Man Sands Help the rangers to tidy up Man Sands beach after the summer season. As a reward for all of your hard work enjoy free entry on the day to Coleton Fisha…
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Coleton is my fave NT in the area. Exudes the dapper spirit of the 20's of the upper middle class.
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50 things to do before you are 11¾, print out check list at National Trust

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This is a fun check list for kids that they can tick off as they go along :) Your very own Outdoors Explorer will help you complete the 50 coolest outdoor things to do before you're 11 ¾ (and use y…
This is a fun check list for kids that they can tick off as they go along :) Your very own Outdoors Explorer will help you complete the 50 coolest outdoor things to do before you're 11 ¾ (and use y…
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thanks op :)
Couple of items to add:
60. Washing up.
61. Wee into the toilet instead of on the seat.
62. Mow the lawn
ropadake
burning an ant with a magnifying glass.

feel utterly crap about it years later..

It was the activity of choice in the 80s, I wonder how many ants have been saved by games consoles.
great fun, kids did raft building in newport last week and loved it, what can you get for 50p these days!
Most of them seem to have done it all, before they hit double figures thee days!oO
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National Trust Membership, Reduced - Just in time for the school holidays £73.50

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Prices for National Trust Membership have been reduced. You no longer need a code to get these: Single from £20.25 Family from £73.50 Joint from £71.62 The previously listed discount code F14…
Prices for National Trust Membership have been reduced. You no longer need a code to get these: Single from £20.25 Family from £73.50 Joint from £71.62 The previously listed discount code F14…
mrke Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago14 Comments
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sircrusticroc
Yes but if you register for New Zealand NT membership you'll get the same deal for about £30! ;-)
Do you have a link for that please ?
caniafforditdoineedit
frowner
Do I have to wait for cards to arrive before I can visit if I were to sign up today? Thanks

You get an email that you can print off and use straight away - 100% sure!!

Brilliant many thanks for your help.
ShopCom123
frowner
Do I have to wait for cards to arrive before I can visit if I were to sign up today? Thanks

I'm 99.9 % sure you get a temporary card via email that you print off and cut out to use whilst you wait for your proper ones. U used to regular get like 30% Quidco a couple of years ago, they seem to have sacked that off. :(

Great, many thanks for your help.
frowner
Do I have to wait for cards to arrive before I can visit if I were to sign up today? Thanks


You get an email that you can print off and use straight away - 100% sure!!
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National trust family membership for £71.62 (usual price £98) using code

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National trust membership for a family is a hefty £98 but enter the code F14001 and pay by direct debit as the price drops to £71.62 giving you "three months free". You also get a free pair of binocu…
National trust membership for a family is a hefty £98 but enter the code F14001 and pay by direct debit as the price drops to £71.62 giving you "three months free". You also get a free pair of binocu…
d34l3r Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago28 Comments
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I am in a quandary. I normally have a family membership (two adults and two children - wife, daughter and son), but my daughter is now five. I presently have membership which is 12 months ending at the end of June so I have no renewed and cancelled my direct debit.

When I go to renew, it will not let me or give me options for two adults and one child, it simply fives me family, joint or individual?

My daughter is five now, as per NT rules, children under five go free, over you have to pay... No options to add her or a child.

Any help appreciated....
uhm
"pay by direct debit" is the key phrase here.....
Worked for me love it! Only paid £20.25 for a young person :)
FWIW it looks like the Ireland equivalemt of the National Trust works out better VFM - it does have reciprocal visitation to NT sites in Northern Ireland so it's a good option for me. I didn't research any further, however it may have reciprocal visitation to the UK NT and therefore would work out cheaper than the NZ one! Good discussions on here!
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National Trust annual membership for family via NT NewZealand: £23.00 (normaly £98 via NT England)

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Please bear with me on this deal, I was researching and it sounds too good to be true, so happy to hear what others say about it. Basically, National Trust (England) is hideously expensive, but the…
Please bear with me on this deal, I was researching and it sounds too good to be true, so happy to hear what others say about it. Basically, National Trust (England) is hideously expensive, but the…
MrMarmite Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago32 Comments
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We are members of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust which has a reciprocal arrangement with our National Trust and English Heritage etc.

I have no idea about tokens or land owners - we did a straight join up with our address in the UK.

Please make sure that you are going to the correct website.
pstuart
No reason to expire, unless its something really fresh.

We have the card for this year and have used it frequently, with an accent of course.

I noticed it says something about being a landowner on the website, did they just send it to you no probs then?
Tokens?
"Tokens cannot be used to purchase annual membership for the National Trust for Scotland"
No reason to expire, unless its something really fresh.

We have the card for this year and have used it frequently, with an accent of course.
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100% woollen blanket £13.00 @ National Trust properties

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Can also be bought online but buying from the local shop will avoid the postage.. Our random rugs are one of our most popular items both online and in our shops. They're all wool and made in the U…
Can also be bought online but buying from the local shop will avoid the postage.. Our random rugs are one of our most popular items both online and in our shops. They're all wool and made in the U…
winchman Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago8 Comments
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Personally I think they look nice, come in various colours and are relatively inexpensive but they are a bit itchy sadly
can be used as a throw and they are good quality for the price
but as demand is so high they also use wool from New Zealand

Orcs wool...might be a bit ruff in places :D
Well I'm not a tramp, over 70 or drive a rover... but for chucking on the ground for a picnic its perfect. Given its 100% wool and made here I thought it was pretty good, what else can you get made here for £13?
looks like a tramps rag..... lol :)
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Advent calendar chocolate £1.00 down from £9.50 @ Tyntesfield National trust shop

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Picked a couple of these yesterday, they had loads left. 25 lovely little bars of chocolate for £1. Could even grate them or melt them in fondue if you didn't want to eat them as they are. Sell by
Picked a couple of these yesterday, they had loads left. 25 lovely little bars of chocolate for £1. Could even grate them or melt them in fondue if you didn't want to eat them as they are. Sell by
Bunny123 Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago1 Comment
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No idea, maybe they just found them at back of storeroom lol. I can confirm the chocolate is still in good condition yum yum!
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Family national trust membership £72.75 with 15% quidco taking it to possible £62.26 and free binoculars

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Just found this on quidco website, I know this has been posted before and at a slightly cheaper price, but that was 5 months ago and did not include the free binoculars, although don't know how good t…
Just found this on quidco website, I know this has been posted before and at a slightly cheaper price, but that was 5 months ago and did not include the free binoculars, although don't know how good t…
polo03 Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago26 Comments
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dinosteveus
If you join the New Zealand National Trust do you get the parking sticker to give you free parking in NT places?
Anybody?
reelbigfish28
Use the promtional code B12001 to be charged the previous years prices.

Making the price of a family £66.38 even before 15% off by quidco.

Cheers for that, just got that price plus 5% quidco :) 15% would have been nice but this is a great price regardless :)
If you join the New Zealand National Trust do you get the parking sticker to give you free parking in NT places?
Quidco now a pathetic 5% and prices rammed up another 10% from last year - whatever happened to 2% inflation Govt?

Not renewing until they improve the offer
ianjw
hillsbills
Best value is New Zealand membership, which gets you into both National Trust & English Heritage properties; or alternatively Bermuda National Trust which gets you into just the National Trust properties over here; they even have a special membership catergory for their UK friends! Both far cheaper than English or even Scottish National Trust membership.

And neither benefit the properties you're visiting. I'd rather contribute to the upkeep than save a few pounds. Plus every property doesn't accept NZ/Bermuda so not sure what happens there, just get turned away at the door?
All UK properties should accept NZ & Bermuda memberships. We did have UK membership 1st, but had a right nightmare with them. First they overcharged us, then they charged us twice, we never received the promised free gifts or 2nd car sticker for parking & they were consistently rude & obnoxious on the phone with a couldn't care less attitude & an air of superiority & power trip bravado throughout. As a result, I have no problem with my money going to support other national trusts which I have both found to be very easy & pleasurable to deal with!
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Random Wool Blanket/rug (120cm x 145cm) from National Trust shop £12.00

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Beautiful 100% recycled wool blankets (rugs) made in Wales. (Keep your reindeer warm.) Postage is a bit steep @ £4.95 if you order online but why not have a break from the city and visit a NT shop i…
Beautiful 100% recycled wool blankets (rugs) made in Wales. (Keep your reindeer warm.) Postage is a bit steep @ £4.95 if you order online but why not have a break from the city and visit a NT shop i…
quartpint Avatar3y, 2m agoFound 3 years, 2 months ago9 Comments
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Are they Welsh?
I bought mine at the Alloa Tower in Scotland. Lovely warm blanket.
nasteestu
wonder if they sell them at all nt shops

I've seen them in the two Cornish and one Devon shop I've been in
spongemagic
Good price for a Welsh wool blanket, heat added.

Anyone know who makes these? :p
I only wrote it once, honest!! :)
wonder if they sell them at all nt shops
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National trust membership - 16% tcb £69.00

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3 months free when using direct debit but now tcb are offering 16% cashback. good gift for chrimbo and cash back is tracking at £11ish so far which assumes the full year sign up fee - bonus :) Shar…
3 months free when using direct debit but now tcb are offering 16% cashback. good gift for chrimbo and cash back is tracking at £11ish so far which assumes the full year sign up fee - bonus :) Shar…
pezzas Avatar3y, 2m agoFound 3 years, 2 months ago6 Comments
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Just recalculated and cashback tracks at offer price, beyond that you get a free pair of binoculars and immediate membership via a temporary pass.
mocmocamoc
I always feel like I learn what its like to be super rich when i'm there with lots of money, being charged £6 for a cup of tea and a scone usually does it

You mustn't have been for a while or been to the really posh one, tea around here is only £1.30 ish coffee less than you pay at Starbucks have to say the tea isn't great :(
Otto.uk
What does this mean: "This offer is not valid at National Trust properties and shops"?

Means you can't get the membership offer by going to one of their sites, normally full price there
I always feel like I learn what its like to be super rich when i'm there with lots of money, being charged £6 for a cup of tea and a scone usually does it
What does this mean: "This offer is not valid at National Trust properties and shops"?

Edited By: Otto.uk on Dec 06, 2013 17:40
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BristolFreePass to either Dyrham Park or Tyntesfield

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Simply fill in your details to claim your free day pass and visit either Dyrham Park or Tyntesfield between 5 August and 13 September 2013.
Simply fill in your details to claim your free day pass and visit either Dyrham Park or Tyntesfield between 5 August and 13 September 2013.
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Free day out on the National Trust (Bristol/Bath area) Save at least £30.90

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The National Trust are offering a free day out to either Tyntesfield or Dyrham Park for two adults and two children. This could save a family of four £36.50 for Tyntesfield and £30.90 for Dyrham Park
The National Trust are offering a free day out to either Tyntesfield or Dyrham Park for two adults and two children. This could save a family of four £36.50 for Tyntesfield and £30.90 for Dyrham Park
stuartbaker80 Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago5 Comments
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Looks like a good day out with the boys
why just these two?
Nice one - great to see a freebie that's local for a change.
direct link here
Great day out with the family, thank you :3