Family National Trust Membership £72.75 (but £58.20 after 20% Quidco)
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Family National Trust Membership £72.75 (but £58.20 after 20% Quidco)

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Found 26th May 2013
Hi, The National Trust have had their annual membership on DD with three months free for a while but now Quidco's back up to 20% which brings the annual cost down £58.20 after Quidco :o)

You could of course cancel the DD etc if you do not want next years membership.

Off to make the most of ours in the little bit of bank holiday sun & hope someone finds this useful!

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Original Poster

Full price of annual membership is £97, so this equates to 40% off

OK people, my usual question - why is this deal cold?

Update - Hurrah - it's now hot.
Edited by: "cibarious" 26th May 2013

Original Poster

Because its not on electronics or a holiday, but that's fine, I'm just hoping one person finds it useful not fussed about the rating, but I guess less people will see it if its sub zero!!

honeymonster21

Because its not on electronics or a holiday, but that's fine, I'm just … Because its not on electronics or a holiday, but that's fine, I'm just hoping one person finds it useful not fussed about the rating, but I guess less people will see it if its sub zero!!

Which leads me to my favourite quote - people on here know the price of everything and the value of one heck of a lot less!

Personally, been a NT member since forever and can't imagine not being. Apart from anything else, it's great if you travel around a lot, say on business, as you can pop into a NT property, park up, stretch your legs and have a decent cup of something and a bite to go with it. IMHO, a much better option than most of the rest-stops one finds around the UK. Same principle works well for families too.

good deal m8 this should not be cold .....

thx for the time to post it , membership is a great stand by if your short of cash or its raining and you need to take the kids out for the day ..even good if your at the coast and need to park your car for free .. very very useful ..just check out some of the places that you can visit guys stone henge for instance cost for a family of 4 is £20.80 been a member now for a few years mines not due to update but will watch this when its due thx again m8

some more admission prices @ ... nationaltrust.org.uk/cs/…rue

We're always at Dunnam Massey. The kids love walking round seeing the Deer etc. The national trust is crazy expensive, especially for parking so it's good to have this with you.

Belton House is one of the best for kids

Original Poster

Glad some people have liked it

For me NT is very good value with a membership & should make for some fantastic Sundays throughout 2013 & some beautiful winter walks later in the year & early 2014

cibarious

OK people, my usual question - why is this deal cold?



I've voted hot but some may have voted cold because the 20% Quidco National Trust 'cashback' was also posted a few days ago hotukdeals.com/mis…661

I particularly remember it because of the hilarious last (third) comment on it. Still makes me chuckle

Fireball XL-5

I've voted hot but some may have voted cold because the 20% Quidco … I've voted hot but some may have voted cold because the 20% Quidco National Trust 'cashback' was also posted a few days ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/national-trust-membership-with-20-cashback-quidco-1558661#post18066938 I particularly remember it because of the hilarious last (third) comment on it. Still makes me chuckle

Fair enough with regard to the duplication. Generally, not just this deal, I wish people would actually say why they vote a deal cold otherwise it's no guide at all. If people are voting cold because they don't like a particular deal or the company offering the product saying so would help others who read the thread decide how much credence to place on the cold votes. As a bit of a daft example (maybe), on the basis that some people do, indeed, vote cold if they don't like the company or the deal, I'm a vegetarian so perhaps I should vote COLD every deal that contains meat or fish?? That would definitely be daft! oO

p.s. what funny comment, has someone deleted it??

National trust for Scotland is better value google 6 months free and you can pay monthly gets you into all of the English properties

eslick

National trust for Scotland is better value google 6 months free and you … National trust for Scotland is better value google 6 months free and you can pay monthly gets you into all of the English properties



Looks like the 6 months free offer has expired and you still have to pay parking at English properties

Isn't there a trick to buy something similar from Australia & get free national trust membership included?

discowill

Isn't there a trick to buy something similar from Australia & get free … Isn't there a trick to buy something similar from Australia & get free national trust membership included?

we had the New Zealand historic places membership it's £32 for two adults and children at school, it allows you into all the British national trust sites with exception to wakehurst place and there's no free parking badge.

We have been member of the new zealand historic places since 2004, it cost us £30 a year joint membership, you dont get the membership book and badges like you do with the nt, but everything else is the same, weve never had to pay for parking or any extras.

discowill

Isn't there a trick to buy something similar from Australia & get free … Isn't there a trick to buy something similar from Australia & get free national trust membership included?

its no trick, its an agreement between trust sites worldwide.

Can you cancel and renew every year? Anyone tried this?

You can let the membership lapse and renew later. It is possible to alternate names between people so each year you can qualify for discount.

For anyone who remembers being dragged round old country houses as a kid by your parent and being bored out of your minds, National Trust has changed hugely, they have become very family focused with quizzes and in some of the places playgrounds. My 3 love it, at this price it really is a steal.
Edited by: "Lawlost" 26th May 2013

Minstadave

Can you cancel and renew every year? Anyone tried this?



Yes. You can also buy as a 'gift' which allows you to defer the start date which can be useful. £97 to renew vs £58 (after quidco) and a free gift for joining... no brainer...

Great deal - we are already NT members (joined earlier this year), and we have about 5 or 6 properties within a close/reasonable driving distance, so its already paid for itself with visits to properties so far.

In fact, had a great day at Wallington today.

Would recommend joing the NT, if you have properties near enough by, to get decent use out of it.

nutsinmay

we had the New Zealand historic places membership it's £32 for two … we had the New Zealand historic places membership it's £32 for two adults and children at school, it allows you into all the British national trust sites with exception to wakehurst place and there's no free parking badge.



i have just looked...showing as £42.25 including the 10nz dollar charge to have card posted abroad to you. am i looking at it right? is it accepted at all the NT properties in Uk (apart from the one mentioned) as usual?

Thanks

Thanks OP, just signed up. 20% quidco deal expires at midnight tonight.

Bermuda national trust membership is the cheapest & they even have special membership for UK citizens - gets you into all UK national trust properties for free & others worldwide. Their membership year only runs from October to October though. New Zealand national trust membership is a great offer as it gets you free entry into all UK national trust properties & English Heritage properties too as well as others worldwide. Both far cheaper than UK membership & saves dealing with the incompetent UK membership department team too!

Remember if you kids are under 5 you don't need family membership, joint is fine

Minstadave

Can you cancel and renew every year? Anyone tried this?



They used to have a seriously messed up subscriptions computer system. We tried this and got countless bills for unpaid memberships (because we'd cancelled the previous year), and they also sent out the new cards ahead of time with the renewal letter, then wanted the cards returned, even though we'd never actually done anything more than paid for a year (i.e. didn't take out a subscription).

Overall, a painful experience, but yes, it can be done.

I do wish they'd do a deal for their LOYAL customers who do the annual membership renewal, all these deals are great for the first year, but a bit of a smack in the face for those who renew each year and have no practical choice but to get hit for the full amount or jump through hoops to pay what others are paying...

National Trust membership is included with Natwest Advantage Gold current account. It got included recently.

r_ravishankar

National Trust membership is included with Natwest Advantage Gold current … National Trust membership is included with Natwest Advantage Gold current account. It got included recently.



I have the same gold account but there's a long list of properties which are not covered, included the one this we use most frequently at Wakehurst Place. I would check the exclusions before rejecting the normal national trust membership. The 20% quidco has now expired, down to 5%, just missed out

i thought the national trust membership with the natwest advantage gold account is ONLY 2 single use vouchers per year, ie you can only visit 2 properties in the whole year???
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