£16.13 (£36 for adults) for 13-25 year olds National Trust membership + free binoculars + £20 quidco! a profit of £3.87!
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£16.13 (£36 for adults) for 13-25 year olds National Trust membership + free binoculars + £20 quidco! a profit of £3.87!

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Found 17th Mar 2009
What does the membership include?

The price above is for individual membership. Joint and family memberships are also available at a reduced price and qualify for the cashback. Plus, currently, buy membership online and you get a free set of binoculars.

National Trust membership gives you free entry to its houses and gardens, as well as those of the National Trust for Scotland and partner organisations. Membership also includes free parking at National Trust carparks, great for saving on car parking costs in the summer months.
Why would the National Trust do this?

Remember, the National Trust is a charity that doesn't receive direct government funding. The more members it has the more likely it is to raise funds from purchases in its shops and restaurants when they visit. So of course if you use your membership regularly, not only are you learning more about the history of the places you visit, you're also contributing to the upkeep of the nation's historic houses and monuments - well worth it!

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Taken from Quidco:
"As from the 9th of February 2009 you will not receive cashback on the Young Person membership."

Original Poster

You can still on the adult version - works out about £16 plus the free bino's!

guitargaz;4665599

You can still on the adult version - works out about £16 plus the free … You can still on the adult version - works out about £16 plus the free bino's!



you should change the title of the thread then

Please read the following before proceeding:Please note that each Quidco … Please read the following before proceeding:Please note that each Quidco member can only take out two National Trust memberships within 12 months.As from the 9th of February 2009 you will not receive cashback on the Young Person membership.

We wanted to get a National Trust membership for this year and this has now confused me loads. If it's for two adults, a eleven yr old, 2 yr and 1 yr old what is the cheapest way to save to buy it?
It would be great if we could get these cheaper because it all adds up when you have a family.

ts9658;4666622

We wanted to get a National Trust membership for this year and this has … We wanted to get a National Trust membership for this year and this has now confused me loads. If it's for two adults, a eleven yr old, 2 yr and 1 yr old what is the cheapest way to save to buy it? It would be great if we could get these cheaper because it all adds up when you have a family.



Children under 5 don't have to pay so that's two accounted for, I would suggest you buy the two adults memberships separately through Quidco, delete your cookies in between purchasing to ensure it tracks, then buy your child membership separately also.

By purchasing the two adults separately you will get two lots of £20 back from Quidco making it cheaper than buying a family ticket.

schaf;4666095

you should change the title of the thread then



You should stop whining!
H&R, good find!

We have a 14 & 5 year year old.

Cheapest way I could see was the Family Ticket @ £61.50 - £20 Quidco=£41.50.

We had this last year(didn't see the young persons membership) and it's superb value for money, even though we stay in Scotchland:w00t:

Money Spinning;4666660

Children under 5 don't have to pay so that's two accounted for, I would … Children under 5 don't have to pay so that's two accounted for, I would suggest you buy the two adults memberships separately through Quidco, delete your cookies in between purchasing to ensure it tracks, then buy your child membership separately also.By purchasing the two adults separately you will get two lots of £20 back from Quidco making it cheaper than buying a family ticket.



Thank you for your help

We took advantage of the special deal posted here last summer.You do find yourself actively searching for National Trust properties to visit-much more than before becoming a member and so you use the card a lot more than perhaps you think you would.
A cracking deal-if anyone is tempted I would say go for it.The properties usually have beautiful grounds that you can picnic in with the kiddies- so lovely on a summer's day.
Voted hot.

Just tried to get membership via Quidco. Couldnt find The National Trust on Quidco - have I missed out? :x

manmarroth;4769023

Just tried to get membership via Quidco. Couldnt find The National Trust … Just tried to get membership via Quidco. Couldnt find The National Trust on Quidco - have I missed out? :x



yes. Maybe it will come back at a later date
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