Join Bermuda National Trust Family ~£26 valid for use in National Trust UK locations
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Join Bermuda National Trust Family ~£26 valid for use in National Trust UK locations

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Found 16th Mar 2016
I saw the other thread about NT and EH for £45 but if you don't want the EH membership like me then this is cheaper

Choose "Family UK 1 year $37.50" from the drop down menu

Works out around £26 depending on today's exchange rate

Card comes in around 2 weeks, gives admission to National Trust UK sites and various others around the globe, 2 cards are sent

National Trust family ticket is £111 so save £85 !


Free parking not included apparently (see post #51)
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moz119

Not very ethical



I normally climb over the fence to get in so this is a step up for me.
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(The Membership year runs from October 1st to September 30th) So not a full year if you join at the moment.
Most places close in winter and only just opened again, you can join for 5 years at a time
Not going to credit me for this Deanos?
LOL_is_stupid

Not going to credit me for this Deanos?



Did i comment on your post a while back ? cant seem to find it, truth be told i saw it originally on MSE then did a search on here
Edited by: "deanos" 16th Mar 2016
there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam join that are cheaper than UK , I'm still a believer in helping the UK one to maintain its properties, £100 a year for a family to visit loads of places is great value, compare it with alton towers for a day pass would cost more
srp111

there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam join that are … there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam join that are cheaper than UK , I'm still a believer in helping the UK one to maintain its properties, £100 a year for a family to visit loads of places is great value, compare it with alton towers for a day pass would cost more



I cant afford £111 its too expensive, while on site we will buy drinks, cakes and ice cream so they do make money from us, its not cheap either £1.35 for a can of pop, £2.60 for a coffee
Contentious post; great value but morally questionable when the membership fee goes towards maintaining and keeping open these places of interest.

Im sure youd have to buy a load of overpriced fizzy pop and sugar so that the total net margins equate to an annual family membership cost.
Afaik they are a not for profit organisation with cultural heritage at their heart(and upkeep costs to cover), not a greedy profit making organisation.
deanos

Did i comment on your post a while back ? cant seem to find it, truth be … Did i comment on your post a while back ? cant seem to find it, truth be told i saw it originally on MSE then did a search on here


Yes - it was my original thread and me who was answering your questions as to whether the offer still existed.
Not very ethical
Pah - national trust campaign for no new building anywhere pricing the young out of ever owning a home, quite happy to see their funding cut.
Some people don't have the money to be ethical should they deny their children the possibility of seeing these wonderful sights? For those who believe it's morally or ethically wrong, please feel free not to use these deals that have been shared with this community of bargain hunters.
Some people buy Free range eggs some people buy rainforest alliance bananas doesn't make those who don't morally wrong? Maybe they're just doing the best for their families....
Lucky this is a deals site and not an ethics discussion board. Heat
Super hot!

The National Trust makes their money from shop/cafe sales anyway the membership is just a way to get people in the door rather than their big profit maker
Stupid cold.

If you're glad to be ripping off the National Trust then I suggest you read some more about this charity and it's founding principles.

The fact that hukd are allowing this deal just shows how little morals the site has these days.
moz119

Not very ethical



I normally climb over the fence to get in so this is a step up for me.
jamgin

Stupid cold.If you're glad to be ripping off the National Trust then I … Stupid cold.If you're glad to be ripping off the National Trust then I suggest you read some more about this charity and it's founding principles.The fact that hukd are allowing this deal just shows how little morals the site has these days.


Clown of the Week.
Also in Google search it is warning that the Bermuda National trust site may be hacked!

Hope all you cheapskates get a nice virus.
mcormack

Clown of the Week.



Takes one to know one.
I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.
srp111

there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam join that are … there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam join that are cheaper than UK , I'm still a believer in helping the UK one to maintain its properties, £100 a year for a family to visit loads of places is great value, compare it with alton towers for a day pass would cost more

deanos

[quote=srp111]there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam … [quote=srp111]there is a big list of national trust places abroad you cam join that are cheaper than UK , I'm still a believer in helping the UK one to maintain its properties, £100 a year for a family to visit loads of places is great value, compare it with alton towers for a day pass would cost more

Can't afford £111 but can afford drinks, cakes and ice creams when you there.
dsuk

I normally climb over the fence to get in so this is a step up for me.



​Unintentional pun of the week.....
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.



​And report to the police people for eating grapes while shopping in Sainsbury's while your at it....... oO
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.



Would be discrimination to blacklist non Bermudan residents.
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.


Of course, their extensive database will exclude all the non-eligibles. The question is, why haven't they bothered to do it before? Reciprocity principle perhaps.

Fill your boots (if it makes practicable/financial sense).
Wear_The_Fox_Hat

Some people don't have the money to be ethical should they deny their … Some people don't have the money to be ethical should they deny their children the possibility of seeing these wonderful sights? For those who believe it's morally or ethically wrong, please feel free not to use these deals that have been shared with this community of bargain hunters.Some people buy Free range eggs some people buy rainforest alliance bananas doesn't make those who don't morally wrong? Maybe they're just doing the best for their families....



You don't have to be wealthy to have ethics
deanos

Most places close in winter and only just opened again, you can join for … Most places close in winter and only just opened again, you can join for 5 years at a time



Deanos - you just had to go and do it didn't you! Lol after the mass debate and hysteria I generated with the NZ deal this will get tasty lol You'll get all the nazis on here buying cheap sweatshop labour made primark clothes, streaming on kodi and downloading songs and movies illegally from P2P sites saying this is morally wrong. Love it
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.




bwaaaaahahahahahahahahahaha

Too funny
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 16th Mar 2016
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.



Whilst using kodi and downloading movies and songs illegally
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.



​You better call the police because I've just seen someone eating a grape before paying in Sainsbury's oO
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.




http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f149/BritishDragon1/index_zpsdwprcwld.png
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 16th Mar 2016
So I'm going to Italy in a few weeks, can I use this or our heritage card to visit Pompey and other attractions in that area?
BeerGoggles

So I'm going to Italy in a few weeks, can I use this or our heritage card … So I'm going to Italy in a few weeks, can I use this or our heritage card to visit Pompey and other attractions in that area?


No. But Disneyland will give you free tickets to the FIFA world cup final in Dubia, if, and only if you go to this years Masters.
BeerGoggles

So I'm going to Italy in a few weeks, can I use this or our heritage card … So I'm going to Italy in a few weeks, can I use this or our heritage card to visit Pompey and other attractions in that area?


No. But Disneyland will give you free tickets to the FIFA world cup final in Dubai, if, and only if you go to this years Masters.
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.



​I renewed my NZ membership for NT & EH,I'm going to get this as well just to make sure .

What's the weather like on the morale high ground ?
LOL_is_stupid

Not going to credit me for this Deanos?



​He posted it. If you wanted credit, you should have made the effort.....
bad post...ccccoooooolllllddddddddd
jamgin

I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able … I forwarded this deal to National Trust head office. Sure they'll be able to blacklist the non-resident Bermuda nt cards.



​Better call the police I've just seen someone eating grapes before paying at the checkout.... oO
dsuk

Would be discrimination to blacklist non Bermudan residents.


Its Bermudian, not Bermudan, just saying...
doiapps.gov.bm/sta…ck/
Edited by: "winchman" 16th Mar 2016
morpheus

​He posted it. If you wanted credit, you should have made the effort.....


Yeah, how does 3.5yrs ago then checking the end of page 2/top of page 3 when I was helping the OP who then posted this deal as his own. Honestly not overly bothered, just would've been nice to credit me for the original post
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