National Trust Annual Membership For Family £70.12 ( Quidco cashback tracked same day for me at £21.04 so possible £48.72 total)
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National Trust Annual Membership For Family £70.12 ( Quidco cashback tracked same day for me at £21.04 so possible £48.72 total)

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Found 13th Jun 2012
National Trust is currently reduced by 25% for direct debit payment so for a family with 2 adults and however many kids (or grandchildren i believe) you have it would only be £70.12. Aswell as that, Quidco have 30% cashback for annual membership, which tracked same day for me. So after Quidcos £21.04 payment it works out £48.72 in total so i thought it was quite a bargain! Also you get free binoculars and National Trust book. I have been waiting for this offer for ages so thought i'd share it.

Visit Lyme Park where Mr Darcy was seen emerging from the lake (sadly it is just the lake and no sign of Mr Darcy), Frensham Pond in Surrey where Snow White and the Huntsmen was set, or the three locations used in Harry Potter films. There are so many beautiful gardens and houses belonging to the National Trust that you'll wonder why you never got membership before. I was surprised by how much my kids love the National Trust places. Hope it helps someone.

Edit. Reliability for tracking for National Trust is 98% on Quidco so probability of you getting cashback is very high.
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Please edit the deal price to be £70.12 as cashback cannot be guaranteed
Can't believe people are voting it cold. I have really been researching this for ages and you will really struggle to find a better offer than this for family membership!
I'd love to hear if anyone else has found a cheaper offer for a family for a year.
Voted cold as they are a bunch of money grabbing bar stewards


I believe you can join the New Zealand National trust for a fraction of the price and have full benefits of the UK national Trust
tinca

Voted cold as they are a bunch of money grabbing bar stewardsI believe … Voted cold as they are a bunch of money grabbing bar stewardsI believe you can join the New Zealand National trust for a fraction of the price and have full benefits of the UK national Trust



Its approx £35 via NZ national Trust
Considering the amount of money they invest in historical properties and they don't make a profit I think the full price membership is a good deal. New Zealand doesn't have buildings as old we do in the UK, it's not suprising it costs more to keep these buidlings in order.

Blurb from website:
We are a charity and completely independent of Government. We rely for income on membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from our commercial operations.

We have over 3.7 million members and 61,000 volunteers. More than 17 million people visit our pay for entry properties, while an estimated 50 million visit our open air properties.

We protect and open to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments.

But it doesn’t stop there. We also look after forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, villages - for ever, for everyone.
Hot deal
tinca

Voted cold as they are a bunch of money grabbing bar stewardsI believe … Voted cold as they are a bunch of money grabbing bar stewardsI believe you can join the New Zealand National trust for a fraction of the price and have full benefits of the UK national Trust



I wonder how much of that money goes towards the UK national trust places? I think it is a good price and happy to think that it is going into maintaining some of these amazing properties in th UK. We go most weekends in the summer and really get our moneysworth. I suppose it is how much you would go...... and you get some lovely free binoculars!
Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this sounds like an odd question but I have 8 children aged 17 to 3 and I can't see on the web site that there is a limit, for most places its 2/3 children.
You not heard of contraception?
disneygirl

Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this … Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this sounds like an odd question but I have 8 children aged 17 to 3 and I can't see on the web site that there is a limit, for most places its 2/3 children.



Whoa, you must be exhausted!
disneygirl

Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this … Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this sounds like an odd question but I have 8 children aged 17 to 3 and I can't see on the web site that there is a limit, for most places its 2/3 children.



We use ours for 5 kids, but the sit just says member and "their children". Under 5's are free anyway
I know its a great art running a multimillion £ business and not make a profit!

Its a bit like "safety cameras" you just have to make sure you pay yourselves enough and spend what you have in income.
How do I join the New Zealand NT?
disneygirl

Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this … Is there a limit on the number of children you can take in. I know this sounds like an odd question but I have 8 children aged 17 to 3 and I can't see on the web site that there is a limit, for most places its 2/3 children.



Yep, you can have as many as you like as long as they all live with you. When i first joined at one of the National Trust places the lady told me that someone brought 13 children once and that was just on the regular family membership.Go for it, you really will be making a saving!
jtwjtw

How do I join the New Zealand NT?



http://www.historicplaces.org.nz/newMemberForm.aspx

I think the main difference with the NZ one would be that you would have to pay for parking at UK sites.
Has this finished? I can only find 10 per cent off? Gutted... It says still valid on here though?
Expired 18th June
The 30% is back on with Quidco, needs to be unexpired.
bobthewibble

The 30% is back on with Quidco, needs to be unexpired.



YUP, just ordered this myself and works
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