Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
25% off National Trust for senior (60+) membership - £54 individual or £90 joint (Existing members of 5+ years only)
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25% off National Trust for senior (60+) membership - £54 individual or £90 joint (Existing members of 5+ years only)

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Posted 17th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

To say a big thank you to our loyal members and to make sure



everybody can continue to enjoy the places they love, we offer a 25 per



cent senior discount. If you’re 60 or over and you’ve held an individual



or joint membership for at least five of the last ten years, you’ll be



eligible for the reduced fee.






For 2019 you’ll pay £54 for an individual senior membership and if you hold a joint senior membership it’s £90.
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BiGfactHunt19/07/2019 18:17

I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations …I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations rather than sales


It relies heavily on its membership income, and when people abuse the reciprocal arrangements they’re cheating an important national charity of the income it needs to maintain our heritage. A bit like stealing from a charity shop, really, but some people just have no integrity.
J113517/07/2019 20:26

Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 …Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also


Oh that old Chestnut. I thought it was New Zealand people joined.

On a more serious note, join the one for where you actually live. The money is used to keep the places open and maintained.
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Fab savings... doesn't happen often
Alternatively... join the Malta National Trust

dinlarthelwa.org/

€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also
J113517/07/2019 20:26

Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 …Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also


Oh that old Chestnut. I thought it was New Zealand people joined.

On a more serious note, join the one for where you actually live. The money is used to keep the places open and maintained.
even the scottish one is cheaper only £48 for over 60s
J113517/07/2019 20:26

Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 …Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also


Just sneak in it’s even cheaper
Oneday7717/07/2019 20:42

Oh that old Chestnut. I thought it was New Zealand people joined. On a …Oh that old Chestnut. I thought it was New Zealand people joined. On a more serious note, join the one for where you actually live. The money is used to keep the places open and maintained.


They have reciprocal agreements anyway.
We've got a proper NT sub for me the missus and the bairns.

But when we take grandma with us it was pointless her having the Full NT as she didn't need to park and didn't go anywhere near as often as us. So just got her the Malta one
J113517/07/2019 20:26

Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 …Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also


€200 for lifetime if you want to play that game..
J113517/07/2019 20:26

Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 …Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also


Do get free parking at the UK sites with reciprocal membership?
I think you do with some of them, youd need to check
When we weer looking at another cheap way for grandma some of them specifically stated Parking wasn't included
J113517/07/2019 20:26

Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 …Alternatively... join the Malta National Trusthttps://dinlarthelwa.org/€30 a year and grants access to UK National Trust sites also



Oneday7717/07/2019 20:42

Oh that old Chestnut. I thought it was New Zealand people joined. On a …Oh that old Chestnut. I thought it was New Zealand people joined. On a more serious note, join the one for where you actually live. The money is used to keep the places open and maintained.


New Zealand's already been forced to stop the scam. Malta next, along with any others still doing it. Revenue Protection, it's called.
Newbold19/07/2019 17:33

New Zealand's already been forced to stop the scam. Malta next, along with …New Zealand's already been forced to stop the scam. Malta next, along with any others still doing it. Revenue Protection, it's called.


I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations rather than sales
BiGfactHunt19/07/2019 18:17

I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations …I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations rather than sales


It relies heavily on its membership income, and when people abuse the reciprocal arrangements they’re cheating an important national charity of the income it needs to maintain our heritage. A bit like stealing from a charity shop, really, but some people just have no integrity.
BiGfactHunt19/07/2019 18:17

I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations …I thought National Trust was a charity therefore relying on donations rather than sales


Same... But Have you seen what they charge for a coffee n a slice of cake? Lmao
Newbold19/07/2019 18:48

It relies heavily on its membership income, and when people abuse the …It relies heavily on its membership income, and when people abuse the reciprocal arrangements they’re cheating an important national charity of the income it needs to maintain our heritage. A bit like stealing from a charity shop, really, but some people just have no integrity.


Lmao stealing from a charity shop?
How do you come around to that

Abuse? The reciprocal Arrangement gives members of other trusts access.

So I suppose if you ever goto new Zealand or Malta you won't be taking your national trust acrd and will pay the heavy solo entrance fees?

Single family day out at most national trust places is what 40 quid so let's day what45/50 euro (could be even worse lol)

Pull the other one mate, well if you can reach down this far from that horse you appear to have with legs for days
J113519/07/2019 19:30

Same... But Have you seen what they charge for a coffee n a slice of cake? …Same... But Have you seen what they charge for a coffee n a slice of cake? Lmao


Yes - pretty much the same as anywhere else charges. What's your problem with that, given that any profits go to a charity maintaining English heritage assets rather than to shareholders of a tax-avoiding outfit like Starbucks.
J113519/07/2019 19:34

Lmao stealing from a charity shop?How do you come around to thatAbuse? The …Lmao stealing from a charity shop?How do you come around to thatAbuse? The reciprocal Arrangement gives members of other trusts access.So I suppose if you ever goto new Zealand or Malta you won't be taking your national trust acrd and will pay the heavy solo entrance fees?Single family day out at most national trust places is what 40 quid so let's day what45/50 euro (could be even worse lol) Pull the other one mate, well if you can reach down this far from that horse you appear to have with legs for days


Unless you're particularly stupid, which I'm sure you're not, you'll know that reciprocal arrangements are intended to benefit genuine members of the relevant bodies living in the relevant country - people living in Malta, for example, or New Zealand. Not scammers living in England but joining the Maltese body just to access English National Trust sites.

Do it by all means - no skin off my nose - but do it in the knowledge that you're cheating an important charity. If that's OK by your moral standards, fine.

The New Zealand scam's been stopped now. The Malta one will follow because of abuse.
Newbold19/07/2019 19:48

Unless you're particularly stupid, which I'm sure you're not, you'll know …Unless you're particularly stupid, which I'm sure you're not, you'll know that reciprocal arrangements are intended to benefit genuine members of the relevant bodies living in the relevant country - people living in Malta, for example, or New Zealand. Not scammers living in England but joining the Maltese body just to access English National Trust sites. Do it by all means - no skin off my nose - but do it in the knowledge that you're cheating an important charity. If that's OK by your moral standards, fine.The New Zealand scam's been stopped now. The Malta one will follow because of abuse.


Charity starts at home
Newbold19/07/2019 17:33

New Zealand's already been forced to stop the scam. Malta next, along with …New Zealand's already been forced to stop the scam. Malta next, along with any others still doing it. Revenue Protection, it's called.


Quite right too
BiGfactHunt19/07/2019 20:00

Charity starts at home


Exactly, buy your home country membership. We knew you’d understand
Oneday7720/07/2019 00:22

Exactly, buy your home country membership. We knew you’d understand


You know what I mean
Newbold19/07/2019 19:48

Unless you're particularly stupid, which I'm sure you're not, you'll know …Unless you're particularly stupid, which I'm sure you're not, you'll know that reciprocal arrangements are intended to benefit genuine members of the relevant bodies living in the relevant country - people living in Malta, for example, or New Zealand. Not scammers living in England but joining the Maltese body just to access English National Trust sites. Do it by all means - no skin off my nose - but do it in the knowledge that you're cheating an important charity. If that's OK by your moral standards, fine.The New Zealand scam's been stopped now. The Malta one will follow because of abuse.


You a NT Shareholder or something?

Should I mention that I get a £35 refund for buying a joint NT sub? iI you see this as stealing as well then please take this up with NT themselves as again was thru an agreement with them Then again you could just label this a scam that highly offends you?

As I said above we already have our NT sub for me the missus and the bairns direct with NT for parking. My mum and dad visit the places far less frequently than we do they normally with us anyway and won't use the parking. We all travel regularly to Malta and Gozo, the money that's been spent there in the last few years is certainly noticeable, moreso on Gozo than Malta tho.

I think Din lart Helwa need far more support than the NT given the size of the place so they got me mums sub opposed to another NT sub sorry if that's against your moral code and still counted as stealing from a charity shop. I understand you feel it's terrible that people are allowed to support the charities they choose ... what a disgusting situation.

They recently spent I think something around the €20 mil mark restoring the Citadella on Gozo an even uncovered further parts they didn't know about! It's been on the Unesco waiting list I think since late 90s and well deserving imho. Both Malta and Gozo have little sites dotted around the place that until recently didn't seem to got anything spent on them. If you enjoy history and heritage I'd deffo recommend you visit.

I hope that meets your strict code of conduct /T+C's for what you deem to be approapriate/acceptable morals and it's doesn't upset you any further than you clearly already are.

Now come over here with your horse as it needs it legs shortened you plonker,
J113520/07/2019 09:39

You a NT Shareholder or something? Should I mention that I get a £35 …You a NT Shareholder or something? Should I mention that I get a £35 refund for buying a joint NT sub? iI you see this as stealing as well then please take this up with NT themselves as again was thru an agreement with them Then again you could just label this a scam that highly offends you?As I said above we already have our NT sub for me the missus and the bairns direct with NT for parking. My mum and dad visit the places far less frequently than we do they normally with us anyway and won't use the parking. We all travel regularly to Malta and Gozo, the money that's been spent there in the last few years is certainly noticeable, moreso on Gozo than Malta tho.I think Din lart Helwa need far more support than the NT given the size of the place so they got me mums sub opposed to another NT sub sorry if that's against your moral code and still counted as stealing from a charity shop. I understand you feel it's terrible that people are allowed to support the charities they choose ... what a disgusting situation.They recently spent I think something around the €20 mil mark restoring the Citadella on Gozo an even uncovered further parts they didn't know about! It's been on the Unesco waiting list I think since late 90s and well deserving imho. Both Malta and Gozo have little sites dotted around the place that until recently didn't seem to got anything spent on them. If you enjoy history and heritage I'd deffo recommend you visit.I hope that meets your strict code of conduct /T+C's for what you deem to be approapriate/acceptable morals and it's doesn't upset you any further than you clearly already are.Now come over here with your horse as it needs it legs shortened you plonker,


Simple question. Are you resident in Malta or the UK? If the latter you're cheating the system. Try to justify it as you might, you're simply wrong in trying to defend the indefensible.
Newbold20/07/2019 10:26

Simple question. Are you resident in Malta or the UK? If the latter …Simple question. Are you resident in Malta or the UK? If the latter you're cheating the system. Try to justify it as you might, you're simply wrong in trying to defend the indefensible.


Totally agree, it’s like coming to the U.K. to get free NHS after we’ve paid for it all our working lives! IT’S WRONG!
Newbold20/07/2019 10:26

Simple question. Are you resident in Malta or the UK? If the latter …Simple question. Are you resident in Malta or the UK? If the latter you're cheating the system. Try to justify it as you might, you're simply wrong in trying to defend the indefensible.


Go sign up for the Maltese one, point out to me where it says you need to be a Maltese resident to support the charity?

If the reciprocal agreement goes then so be it, I'll still support the Maltese one and pay an extra 30euro for me n the missus too. Is that OK for you or would that sill be a morally apprehensible act?

Lmfao indefensible for supporting a foreign charity? is it the f word what's got your back up? Or do you think we should all stop supporting ones that aren't based in the UK?

Stop talking utter twoddle mate
Edited by: "J1135" 20th Jul
J113520/07/2019 10:48

Go sign up for the Maltese one, point out to me where it says you need to …Go sign up for the Maltese one, point out to me where it says you need to be a Maltese resident to support the charity? If the reciprocal agreement goes then so be it, I'll still support the Maltese one and pay an extra 30euro for me n the missus too. Is that OK for you or would that sill be a morally apprehensible act?Lmfao indefensible for supporting a foreign charity? is it the f word what's got your back up? Or do you think we should all stop supporting ones that aren't based in the UK?Stop talking utter twoddle mate



so to sign up to that for me wife and 2 kids i just need to buy a joint one for me and missis and two of the free ones for kids?
which cost me £30 compared to £126 with national trust?
if i can still access the carparks with it?im game and ill just buy a cofee and a cake each time i visit
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