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I know that this has been posted in various ways before but I thought I would give a reminder as summer will soon be upon us (allegedly!)

The National Trust are currently giving 12 months membership for the price of 9 plus a free pair of binoculars with every membership.

Quidco gives £20 cashback for any membership and prices start from £21 for 13 - 25 year olds making membership effectively £1 (under 5 years go free).

Membership for over 25s is £46 (effectively £26) which is still good for 12 months of great days out and membership also benefits a charity.
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banned#1
hawt!
#2
Im 21 and it would only be £15.75 by direct debit!! so thats £4.24 profit and free binoculars.
#3
Just signed up my son for direct debit (and set phone reminder to cancel it ina few months :-) ) Thanks
#4
goodgrr
Just signed up my son for direct debit (and set phone reminder to cancel it ina few months :-) ) Thanks


What phone reminer to cancel??? I though the direct debit was taken once every year not monthly???
banned#5
just signed up for my life, she is under 25 :).
#6
I do not think this is applicable in Scotland, only England & Wales

:(
#7
kilty66
I do not think this is applicable in Scotland, only England & Wales

:(


It says on the website that membership includes:

Free entry to the National Trust for Scotland and other partner organisation offers


Should be fine :thumbsup:
#8
I appreciate that it says that, however its a different url for NTS
http://www.nts.org.uk/Home/
I think it is cheaper also in Scotland already.
To get Quidco scottish people will need to use the england and wales link
#9
Do they do a family membership that is included in the cashback does anyone know?
#10
dont forget you get free or cheap parking at poole, sandbanks... beach, etc.. well worth it, for that alone....
#11
hollypinder
Im 21 and it would only be £15.75 by direct debit!! so thats £4.24 profit and free binoculars.


Hurrah for you, dont think anyone should be making profit from the National Trust.
#12
Voted hot, that'll give me somethign to do with my 2 weeks holiday in a month's time ^_^

Thanks muchly.
#13
hollypinder
Im 21 and it would only be £15.75 by direct debit!! .


It still says £21 when paying with DD :?
#14
tanikk£
It still says £21 when paying with DD :?


Well i did it and it came up £15.75. So not sure!!
#15
hellfire
Do they do a family membership that is included in the cashback does anyone know?


I just signed up for family membership (12 months for price of 9) and my Quidco £20 is tracking already. So yes.
#16
this is ageist!!!! im 34
#17
martins_uk
I just signed up for family membership (12 months for price of 9) and my Quidco £20 is tracking already. So yes.


You'd have been better off taking out individual memberships through quidco (clearing cookies / cache between each application) to get £20 back on each person?

Mind you as has been pointed out the NT is a charity so it depends on how much you want to exploit this.... (I took three individual memberships out at Xmas and got 3 lots of cashback)
#18
Unclegeorge
Hurrah for you, dont think anyone should be making profit from the National Trust.


its taken from their advertising i think. so its money they would be giving to quidco and other advertisers anyway?

also tbf i think their prices are fairly disgusting for some of their places which are supposed to belong to britain yet they love to charge me 30 quid to look around a castle. :x
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Mclovin
its taken from their advertising i think. so its money they would be giving to quidco and other advertisers anyway?

also tbf i think their prices are fairly disgusting for some of their places which are supposed to belong to britain yet they love to charge me 30 quid to look around a castle. :x


Oh, for God's sake, listen to yourself!

None of the places owned by the National Trust 'belong to Britain'. They have either been bequeathed to or bought by the NT to save for the public. Upkeep of farms, estates, buildings doesn't come cheap - any idea how much it costs to replace the roof on a Jacobean mansion or deal with rot in a William and Mary manor house? More than your £30 that's for damn sure!!!

If it were not for the National Trust, some of these wonderful properties would either be ruins, or turned into flats/health farms/private hospitals/hotels, and then only the privileged few would get to see inside.

If it weren't for the huge number of volunteers who give up their time for free, the cost would be a lot higher.

And if you don't want to pay £30 to look around a castle (not sure anywhere costs that much myself), then pay for annual membership and get better value for money - especially with an offer like this or, better still, treat yourself to a free wander around a building that really does 'belong to Britain', such as your local library. Perhaps there you could do some research on the word 'charity'... :whistling:
#20
xadoc
Oh, for God's sake, listen to yourself!

None of the places owned by the National Trust 'belong to Britain'. They have either been bequeathed to or bought by the NT to save for the public. Upkeep of farms, estates, buildings doesn't come cheap - any idea how much it costs to replace the roof on a Jacobean mansion or deal with rot in a William and Mary manor house? More than your £30 that's for damn sure!!!

If it were not for the National Trust, some of these wonderful properties would either be ruins, or turned into flats/health farms, and then only the privileged few would get to see inside.

And if you don't want to look around a castle for £30 (not sure anywhere costs that much myself), then pay for annual membership and then you get better value for money or, better still, treat yourself to a free wander around a building that really does 'belong to Britain', such as your local library. Perhaps there you could do some research on the word 'charity'... :whistling:


im serbian. so i vote for a health spa. no skin off my nose :P you can keep your old castles :D and ill spend my 30 quid elsewhere :P
#21
Mclovin
im serbian. so i vote for a health spa. no skin off my nose :P you can keep your old castles :D and ill spend my 30 quid elsewhere :P


like on a plane home to see sebian castles?
#22
bearman3784
like on a plane home to see sebian castles?


we dont have any. you bombed them all :)
#23
bearman3784
lol touche


anyway thats a different matter.

seems a good deal for 12 months just saying i wudnt worry about supposedly 'making money' from the National Trust.
#24
If you insist on using quidco, I suggest you make a donation to the National Trust afterwards of an amount you see fit. Maybe £5,£10, whatever you think is fair for you to get access to all these properties for free?
#25
If you take the route of individual membership, and you have a guilty conscience, put the spare handbooks, including the passes on ebay and send the profit to NT. Most go for £6 for the handbook with the pass.
#26
How do you get 12 months for the price of 9? I don't see this offer on the website anymore.
#27
bearman3784
scottish people getting stuff cheaper? well i never
:whistling:


That would be because there NTS for Scotland properties are generally more spread out meaning in order to get your moneys worth compared to the English one you have to travel further and therefore for many people isnt such an attractive proposition.
#28
Thank you for the find-have just joined.
Voted hot.
#29
xadoc
Oh, for God's sake, listen to yourself!

None of the places owned by the National Trust 'belong to Britain'. They have either been bequeathed to or bought by the NT to save for the public. Upkeep of farms, estates, buildings doesn't come cheap - any idea how much it costs to replace the roof on a Jacobean mansion or deal with rot in a William and Mary manor house? More than your £30 that's for damn sure!!!

If it were not for the National Trust, some of these wonderful properties would either be ruins, or turned into flats/health farms/private hospitals/hotels, and then only the privileged few would get to see inside.

If it weren't for the huge number of volunteers who give up their time for free, the cost would be a lot higher.

And if you don't want to pay £30 to look around a castle (not sure anywhere costs that much myself), then pay for annual membership and get better value for money - especially with an offer like this or, better still, treat yourself to a free wander around a building that really does 'belong to Britain', such as your local library. Perhaps there you could do some research on the word 'charity'... :whistling:


Well said!! Rep left... :thumbsup:
#30
visit [url]www.walkersbrittrips.co.uk[/url] join and collect points and then convert to FREE National Trust vouchers. We have visited quite a few Sutton Hoo, South Foreland Lighthouse and others, we just make a donation as we visit. 5 of us in our family so this makes for a good offer for us. You can get individual vouchers as well. Just get collecting the points from the crisp packs. We all pool together family, friends even my neighbours!!
#31
for under 25's you get the 15.25 price once you click on the link via quidco .
#32
hi - just to clarify...i may well sound stupid but "16 to 25 years"......i am 25 (26 in november).......am i still in this category or not???? Is it up to and including or just up to 25????

heck - i guess i am saying, do the national trust still class me as "young"...??!?!? :roll:
#33
Post above - you will be fine.

Thanks for posting this, I'll be sorting this out when I'm back in the UK. Great deal, loads of nice places to visit.
#34
Great offer thanks!

Showed up as £15.75 for me on direct debit too..so even more of a bargin
#35
Thank you I have also used this deal :thumbsup:
#36
good deal for me as it lets me use loads of car parks down here for free
hot
#37
so basically I can get membership for £15.75, get £20 Quidco and free binoculars. Going to apply as its something for nothing.

As for 'taking away from charity' - I'm not breaking into anywhere or hacking into them. Quidco is a valid website and if the National Trust didn't want to give Quidco then they wouldnt! It just so happens that the price of membership is discounted 100% and then some if you happen to go through Quidco.

However I also do not agree with the 'all the castles in England's are the british people's right to see for free' but in my experience all of these castles, parks etc have coffee shops that charge an arm and a leg for anything - so buy something from their coffee shop and contribute in that way.
#38
Spud211
Great offer thanks!

Showed up as £15.75 for me on direct debit too..so even more of a bargin


We are all members so have just bought our 7 year old son a membership for this price.

I have donated £5 back to the national trust.

And will put the spare booklets and passes on ebay and donate the money also.

:)
banned#39
Would this allow you to take a partner with you or do they have to get a membership as well?

Also to those spouting about ripping National trust off they get £4.21 back in gift aid so you only need to donate 79p so then you won't feel so bad.
#40
aphancock
How do you get 12 months for the price of 9? I don't see this offer on the website anymore.


Interestingly, the offer page in the google cache says the 3 months free offer expired on 16 june, but if you click through from quidco the offer is still available.

HTH!

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