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Family admission pass to National Trust locations

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We’ve now personalised your National Trust family pass so that only you can you use it. So please discard the family pass voucher we sent you recently, as it is no longer valid, and download this new one. You’ll also have to bring ID when you use your voucher to show that you are the named winner.

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    kiwikeen
    pumpalchetata
    How about another weird thing, condition 3 - "Photocopies will not be accepted"What do you present then if not a photocopy?


    Perhaps instead of photocopying your computers monitor, you could use a printer instead (_;)

    Edited By: kiwikeen on Oct 20, 2013 01:19
    stphnstevey
    Best if people report how they got on using the voucher
    stphnstevey
    stphnstevey
    Do you have to have children - can you just have 2 adults say?
    angst
    magpieno1
    I love glitches, but isn't the National Trust a charity? Doesn't sit right with me to take advantage of an organisation like this. Appreciate others may feel differently about this though.


    You might buy a coffee,a pencil,pay to park maybe join up as a member? Plenty of charities give something free to lure you in.Remember also the place was paid for by the toil of your forefathers,they probably would be pleased you blagged a free visit.
    cboote
    Thanks for sharing!
    magpieno1
    angst
    magpieno1
    I love glitches, but isn't the National Trust a charity? Doesn't sit right with me to take advantage of an organisation like this. Appreciate others may feel differently about this though.


    You might buy a coffee,a pencil,pay to park maybe join up as a member? Plenty of charities give something free to lure you in.Remember also the place was paid for by the toil of your forefathers,they probably would be pleased you blagged a free visit.


    Yes I agree that people who go for free might make other purchases. But it is not their intention for everyone to get free admission. There are only meant to be 250 free passes a day. So to me this is taking advantage of their good will and the winner (in my opinion) was wrong to make it a free for for all to help themselves. I know their prices are ridiculous in some instances but it doesn't change the fact they are a charity. I don't believe in depriving charities of their income hence I won't use the voucher.

    But then I know others say charity begins at home, so each to their own :)
    athunder
    BobbieT
    Trace does the PDF version you won have info in the valid from and expiry date?


    4COSI
    No expiry date ?



    Found this in the T&C

    Passes must be used before 30th June 2014


    "10. Passes can alternatively be used by one adult and three children.
    11. Valid from 14th October 2013 to 30th June 2014."

    Edited By: athunder on Oct 20, 2013 09:09: more
    zombieman
    Cheers OP!
    LazyKitty
    https://www.yeovalley.co.uk/cottagebreaks

    think u need to enter a code than only will entitle for one of the 250 pass
    shakeyjake66
    LazyKitty
    https://www.yeovalley.co.uk/cottagebreaks

    think u need to enter a code than only will entitle for one of the 250 pass


    Eh?
    markftmuk
    Thanks, going to try it this weekend.
    mangomonkey
    Do you have to take children to get in? Can it be used for just two adults?
    andiejn
    as they seem to be giving away free visits more often than we've used our annual family membership, I don't think we'll bother renewing!
    leemon
    I have just printed one, thanks
    LazyKitty
    Just went to Killerton house, it was accepted. Thanx
    jdsurfer1968
    Has anybody else tried to use this voucher yet ?
    kippy
    what if, no children…?
    Master_Yoda
    I'm confused - I printed the pdf voucher days ago and it has no name, no valid from date, no expiry date and says it is for 1 adult and 3 children. Is this voucher legit? Has anyone used it? Can it be used by 2 adults?

    I looked at the link Lazykitty was talking about here https://www.yeovalley.co.uk/cottagebreaks and the voucher page looks totally different and is asking you to enter a code from a yoghurt pot? Eh? :| If you printed the pdf voucher (the version where no code is required) will it still be accepted? I wouldn't want to travel somewhere and then find out the voucher doesn't work??

    LazyKitty
    Just went to Killerton house, it was accepted. Thanx


    Was yours the original pdf voucher above?


    Edited By: Master_Yoda on Oct 25, 2013 13:03: -
    Wrightster1980
    For anyone that wants theVoucher

    Anyone know if they will work for a single adult or as previously asked, two adults only?



    Edited By: Wrightster1980 on Oct 25, 2013 12:59

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