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Join the National Trust - 12 months for the price of 9 ( £36.38) - 30% QUIDCO - Free binoculars
Join the National Trust - 12 months for the price of 9 ( £36.38)  - 30% QUIDCO - Free binoculars

Join the National Trust - 12 months for the price of 9 ( £36.38) - 30% QUIDCO - Free binoculars

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Seems a good deal to me considering it costs £5.00 per car at Lyme Park, Stockport and then entrance costs to visit the attractions on site.

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damn who can turn down free binoculars

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I know, that was the clincher for me too !

excellent deal, shame me and the missus joined at full price last week!

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BadBoyStoner;8540488

excellent deal, shame me and the missus joined at full price last week!



Are you sure you can't cancel as I thought you had a 14 day colling off period for contracts that are not signed or agreed to on business premises.

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JR Hartley;8540518

Are you sure you can't cancel as I thought you had a 14 day colling off … Are you sure you can't cancel as I thought you had a 14 day colling off period for contracts that are not signed or agreed to on business premises.



Or even cooling off :roll:

Seems a great deal Belton House near us has a huge adventure playground for the kids might join up, £44 after cashback for a family for the year is a bargain it costs £27 for 1 family ticket just a for a day !

hot deal, but not sure how it works with say Knowsley safari park where you pay by the car and not by the person. Will only i (as the driver) having membership be sufficient or will everyone in the car need membership?

Good deal

t2k4life;8542742

hot deal, but not sure how it works with say Knowsley safari park where … hot deal, but not sure how it works with say Knowsley safari park where you pay by the car and not by the person. Will only i (as the driver) having membership be sufficient or will everyone in the car need membership?



Is it owned by the NT cant see it on there site :oops:

deanos;8542800

Is it owned by the NT cant see it on there site :oops:



ur right, guess its not part of the National Trust!

t2k4life;8542742

hot deal, but not sure how it works with say Knowsley safari park where … hot deal, but not sure how it works with say Knowsley safari park where you pay by the car and not by the person. Will only i (as the driver) having membership be sufficient or will everyone in the car need membership?

Well Lyme park as long as a person in the car shows a membership then everyone gets in.

Thanks for the deal OP, my sister was just about to join The National Trust too :thumbsup:

The binoculars are rubbish. We have 5 pairs, from 5 memberships taken out last year.

Looks like 30% Quidco too.

Good deal but beware. This price is only by Direct Debit so you'll get hit for full price next year whether you want it or not if you let it run.

cant really winge about the quality of the bins and direct debit only, its a good deal at that price.

Just cancel the DD after it's been claimed so they can't take any money out the year after. We have a family membership each year but take it in turns whose name we do it in and which account we take the DD out of, when joining again click "no" to "is this a renewal membership?" and it works again with the discount.

We live close-ish to Belton House too and it's FAB for kids, like someone above said, go twice and you've got your money back!!

Check out historic.org.nz/en/…spx. I joined last year after suggestion on here and have had a great time with family, friends and clients. Just over £30. Haven't been to one with parking fees though.

apparently the Scottish National Trust has a reciprocal arrangement with English NT and is cheaper to join, so that might be a much better deal.

yeah.. not great binocs. I bought a last minute pair for £6 - theyre much better

Narfette;8544318

yeah.. not great binocs. I bought a last minute pair for £6 - theyre much … yeah.. not great binocs. I bought a last minute pair for £6 - theyre much better


Or Poundland (seriously!).

Assuming QC tracks, it'd be £25.47 or so - which is not bad - if you were considering paying full price!

Took out 18 months ago when you were paid (a little) to take out membership. Only took out one for my son, tried to see something at one end of the island at IoW - the staff member actually called up to check who was the member and refused us entry (well she said he could go in). Seemed a bit stringent to me

The binoculars should not be the clincher!

only hot if quidco tracks as scottish NT is cheaper and can use in england, not voting

jobibear;8543843

Check out http://www.historic.org.nz/en/Membership.aspx. I joined last … Check out http://www.historic.org.nz/en/Membership.aspx. I joined last year after suggestion on here and have had a great time with family, friends and clients. Just over £30. Haven't been to one with parking fees though.




Blimey - you're well-travelled, this site is in New Zealand!!

MrsH;8551991

Blimey - you're well-travelled, this site is in New Zealand!!



Thats the point, anyone can join the NZ one and it gives free access to the UK ones :thumbsup:

Thanks - we were thinking of joining the NT whilst away at the weekend but decided against it ( thought we may find a deal online ! ).
Just joined - family membership ( 12 months for the price of 9 ) - £63.38. Quidco has tracked at £19.01.

hoe does this quidco work can somone tell me please
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