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CSSC Membership £4.25pm - Free Entry to Cadw, Historical Palaces & English Heritage, Free Tastecard ** No Referrals pls**
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CSSC Membership £4.25pm - Free Entry to Cadw, Historical Palaces & English Heritage, Free Tastecard ** No Referrals pls**

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Posted 12th Apr
Listing this a fresh as the price has gone by the princely sum of 26p per month! It’s now £4.25pcm however the value you get back still outweighs the monthly membership. If you can utilise the offers.

The best deals available (IMO)

Free entry too:

Historical Palaces
Cadw
English Heritage

Significantly discounted cinema and merlin days out tickets (though check if bogof offers are better for you)

Free Tastecard

Up to 10% cashback on a wide range of shopping vouchers.

Highlights:

6% Argos
4% ASDA
6% ASOS
9% Clark’s
6% off Curry’s PC World
10% Halfords
4% Ikea
7% Marks and Sparks
5% Morrison’s
10% New Look
12% Pizza Hut
5% Sainsbury’s
4% Tesco

There’s loads more but I’d be here all evening. I’ve been able to combine the physical and digital gift cards with other cashback websites for extra savings too.

Monthly Competitions and Lotto as well has discounted life, Heath and various insurances

2-10% off Apple Products all year round. (2% off iPad and iPhones, 5% iPod & 6% off MacBooks and iMacs, 10% off accessories)

There’s loads of sporting offers and discounted trips, parkruns and ferry crossings.

As before you need to be recommended by a current member and for complete transparency There is a member get member reward for whoever refers you but this is sporadic as to whether they award it.

EDITED: my apologies! if you are a civil servant or in the public sector you don’t need a referral, just your employee and workplace information. (Thank you commenters)

Hope it helps some people.
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Sharpharp12/04/2019 18:26

You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, …You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...


This is absolute nonsense. Do you even know what Historic Royal Palaces are? You can't just walk in to Hampton Court or The Tower Of London for free, nor can you get in to English Heritage properties such as Dover Castle or Stonehenge without paying. And your comment about "discounts can be had for free if you are in the know" is just bizarre, I don't think even you know what you are talking about with that one.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 12th Apr
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Joined this last year following a deal on here and would highly recommend it. Great idea to repost.
Edited by: "GandA" 12th Apr
We have this. It’s great for the historic palaces. Saved the membership already and still have nine months left. Highly recommended.
£4.25 per month..... Joking right?

You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.

As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...
Hold up, membership of this gives you free entry to English Heritage and CADW (including free entry for an friend and up to six children), and free entry to Historic Royal Palaces (including Hampton Court, Kensington Palace, and The Tower Of London). Wow. Why on earth haven't I heard of this before? Those are some fantastic benefits.
Any idea on prices for merlin parks ?
blendell9112/04/2019 18:42

Any idea on prices for merlin parks ?


Alton Towers is from £23.38 for a 1 day, £31.88 for 2 days and £32.30 for a 1 day with the dungeon

I’ll check the others too. I think the grown ups go free may work out cheaper on occasion!
Sharpharp12/04/2019 18:26

You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, …You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...


This is absolute nonsense. Do you even know what Historic Royal Palaces are? You can't just walk in to Hampton Court or The Tower Of London for free, nor can you get in to English Heritage properties such as Dover Castle or Stonehenge without paying. And your comment about "discounts can be had for free if you are in the know" is just bizarre, I don't think even you know what you are talking about with that one.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 12th Apr
ProperBrew12/04/2019 18:53

Alton Towers is from £23.38 for a 1 day, £31.88 for 2 days and £32.30 for a …Alton Towers is from £23.38 for a 1 day, £31.88 for 2 days and £32.30 for a 1 day with the dungeon I’ll check the others too. I think the grown ups go free may work out cheaper on occasion!


Thorpe Park 1 day £28.05, 2 day £34.43
Chessington 1day £25.08, 2 day 30.60
Warwick Castle (loads!) from £12.75 - £25

Hope that helps.
Sharpharp42 m ago

£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places …£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...



english-heritage.org.uk/vis….ds


just one example 2 adults and 3 children = £54.30
ProperBrew12 m ago

Thorpe Park 1 day £28.05, 2 day £34.43 Chessington 1day £25.08, 2 day 30 …Thorpe Park 1 day £28.05, 2 day £34.43 Chessington 1day £25.08, 2 day 30.60 Warwick Castle (loads!) from £12.75 - £25 Hope that helps.


Appreciate that. Thanks
Sharpharp2 h, 34 m ago

£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places …£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...


Doesn’t sound that bad a deal to me. £50 a year for what’s being offered there. Perhaps just not your bag
Do you know if you can get discounted gym membership with this? (in the Cambridge area?)
The cash back are also great ... we almost break even on these alone. Eg 2 x run entry = 2 x £20, plus panto refund 2 x £6 and Christmas market refund 1 x £10. Then there is the entries to historic parks and English heritage. What also isn’t mentioned is the taster days which also give great discount.
ploddy771 h, 16 m ago

Do you know if you can get discounted gym membership with this? (in the …Do you know if you can get discounted gym membership with this? (in the Cambridge area?)


Hi Ploddy, I found this subsidy on the Hunts and Cambs area page cssc.co.uk/my-…dy/ And through the MyGym section it looks like you can get between 5-26% off memberships in the area or corporate prices. But there was quite a few big name gyms at 10% off Nuffield and David Lloyd etc...

Hope that helps
thanks all round...
Edited by: "sossidge" 13th Apr
Haircut_10012/04/2019 18:53

This is absolute nonsense. Do you even know what Historic Royal Palaces …This is absolute nonsense. Do you even know what Historic Royal Palaces are? You can't just walk in to Hampton Court or The Tower Of London for free, nor can you get in to English Heritage properties such as Dover Castle or Stonehenge without paying. And your comment about "discounts can be had for free if you are in the know" is just bizarre, I don't think even you know what you are talking about with that one.


I am a member and you can just walk into some of the palaces for free, you can also get into stone henge and all other English heritage or CADWR property. They will also give you cash back for any sporting event you enter ( up to 3 events a year) it really one of our families best investments but you need do so planning to make the most of it. Look at the website the taste card alone pays for our membership.
Sharpharp12/04/2019 18:26

£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places …£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...


If only there was a website where those 'in the know' could share their knowledge on deals and discounts. Thanks for your valuable contribution to the hotukdeaks community.
Does the morrisons discount work online or just in store?
matthewhough94629 m ago

I am a member and you can just walk into some of the palaces for free, you …I am a member and you can just walk into some of the palaces for free, you can also get into stone henge and all other English heritage or CADWR property. They will also give you cash back for any sporting event you enter ( up to 3 events a year) it really one of our families best investments but you need do so planning to make the most of it. Look at the website the taste card alone pays for our membership.


I think you might have misunderstood. The other guy was trying to say that anyone can just walk in to these kind of places without paying, he wasn't talking about being a member of English Heritage or CSSC.
Sharpharp12/04/2019 18:26

£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places …£4.25 per month..... Joking right?You can get into most Historic places for Free, they welcome any footfall, in hope you will spend at their expensive coffee and merchandise shops.As for the discounts, they can be had for free if you are in the know...


We recently visited London and used CSSC for entry to Tower of London and Hampton court palace - saved us well over £100!
I can’t see it mentioned anywhere in the OP but the best thing about this is with the historic palaces/EH etc you can take guests! Some of them up to 4.

Useful for when friends/family visit in London and you’re looking for something to do!
w0nky7 h, 45 m ago

If only there was a website where those 'in the know' could share their …If only there was a website where those 'in the know' could share their knowledge on deals and discounts. Thanks for your valuable contribution to the hotukdeaks community.



Might start one up, but it will cost you £4.25 pm
foxyladykezza13/04/2019 13:16

We recently visited London and used CSSC for entry to Tower of London and …We recently visited London and used CSSC for entry to Tower of London and Hampton court palace - saved us well over £100!



Not really, you forgot to factor in the cost of the CSSC membership. A lot of naïve people think like u
Sharpharp1 h, 5 m ago

Not really, you forgot to factor in the cost of the CSSC membership. A lot …Not really, you forgot to factor in the cost of the CSSC membership. A lot of naïve people think like u


I didn't forget - just saying how much those 2 excursions saved - not naive at all. We have also visited several EH sites and saved my getting us and friends in for free.
Haircut_10012/04/2019 18:53

This is absolute nonsense. Do you even know what Historic Royal Palaces …This is absolute nonsense. Do you even know what Historic Royal Palaces are? You can't just walk in to Hampton Court or The Tower Of London for free, nor can you get in to English Heritage properties such as Dover Castle or Stonehenge without paying. And your comment about "discounts can be had for free if you are in the know" is just bizarre, I don't think even you know what you are talking about with that one.


You can walk into the grounds of Hampton court palace but not inside the palace itself unless you pay something like £20. Just checked the voucher and it allows you inside. Something that you don’t get for free. Not sure you actually know what you’re talking about.
bentley.turnbull20 m ago

You can walk into the grounds of Hampton court palace but not inside the …You can walk into the grounds of Hampton court palace but not inside the palace itself unless you pay something like £20. Just checked the voucher and it allows you inside. Something that you don’t get for free. Not sure you actually know what you’re talking about.


Lol, I think it's you that doesn't know what you are talking about. My whole point was that you someone else claimed you can get in to those kind of places without paying anything at all or having any kind of membership (basically saying that this deal is pointless) and I said no, that's not true, you can't get inside for free. You just confirmed exactly that.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 24th Apr
Already used ours loads to save on cinema tickets and to get into Hampton Court for free, saving the cost of the annual membership easily
bobdylan26/04/2019 15:45

Already used ours loads to save on cinema tickets and to get into Hampton …Already used ours loads to save on cinema tickets and to get into Hampton Court for free, saving the cost of the annual membership easily


When using to buy cinema tickets can you do everything online or is it a case of having to get a code and then phone to book?
Pokey20 h, 23 m ago

When using to buy cinema tickets can you do everything online or is it a …When using to buy cinema tickets can you do everything online or is it a case of having to get a code and then phone to book?


You buy codes from the CSSC website and then you can use these to book online
Does the CSSC offer any Cinema yearly passes? eg Odeon Limitless. If so how much for the one which includes London area. thanks in advance
flykiller12322/06/2019 20:42

Does the CSSC offer any Cinema yearly passes? eg Odeon Limitless. If so …Does the CSSC offer any Cinema yearly passes? eg Odeon Limitless. If so how much for the one which includes London area. thanks in advance


Odeon Limitless is £140 but unfortunately it doesn't include Central London cinemas. Excluded cinemas are:
Leicester Square
Leicester Square Studios
Panton Street
Covent Garden
Tottenham Court Road
Marble Arch
Whiteleys and Camden
BFI IMAX and The Lounge at Whiteleys are not included.
Thanks for speedy reply mate. Shame . Great offer all the same.
Sorry another question. Do you think CSSC or Kidspass will be the cheaper option to buy Odeon Limitless?
No idea why this has been expired, I've literally just signed up (£4.25 per month direct debit) after someone kindly mentioned it in an English Heritage thread.
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