National trust membership for couples from £66 + (25% cashback via quidco + free binoculars and 3 months free membership
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National trust membership for couples from £66 + (25% cashback via quidco + free binoculars and 3 months free membership

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Found 9th Dec 2012
This is a great X mas present for couples or families. £16.50 back via quidco so effectively £50 quid.The free binoculars can also be gifted to someone as well.So kill two birds with one!!!
Hope this helps

Both must be at least 26 years old. Payment by Direct Debit
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Rats! Wish I'd seen this before I signed up yesterday! Wasn't offered any binoculars
Heat for the kill two birds comment
Good deal
Thanks op. Was looking at becoming a member anyway, so this is an added bonus.
Thinking of joining this or English Heritage, mainly to get free parking at various parks in the summer. Any opinion on which has the most family day out locations?
ant eg

Thinking of joining this or English Heritage, mainly to get free parking … Thinking of joining this or English Heritage, mainly to get free parking at various parks in the summer. Any opinion on which has the most family day out locations?



Depends where in the country you are: may be best to check the maps of property locations. For us in the north east NT has more local properties + free parking in the Lakes, and at a fair few beaches (eg Cornwall).
eande2

Depends where in the country you are: may be best to check the maps of … Depends where in the country you are: may be best to check the maps of property locations. For us in the north east NT has more local properties + free parking in the Lakes, and at a fair few beaches (eg Cornwall).



Also depends on age of family. I have a toddler, and many EH properties near me (Sussex/Kent) are a little too historic for him (i.e. dangerous), am hoping for NT membership for xmas, so will show this deal to everyone I know!
ant eg

Thinking of joining this or English Heritage, mainly to get free parking … Thinking of joining this or English Heritage, mainly to get free parking at various parks in the summer. Any opinion on which has the most family day out locations?


Best to have a couple of years NT membership, cancel and then take out English Heritage and keep swapping every so often to take advantage of new customer promotions.

NT is much better value though in the overall scheme of things because it looks after houses, parks, art collections, furniture collections, coastlines and other expensive items. English Heritage is more concentrated on ruins which don't require quite the same maintenance.
spock1958

English Heritage is more concentrated on ruins which don't require quite … English Heritage is more concentrated on ruins which don't require quite the same maintenance.



Maybe that's why they're ruins!
Thanks OP - How do you end up with the extra 3 months membership???
The binoculars are a bit pants, but there's a lot of stuff to see for your money.

Thanks for the heads up. Any idea how long it's on for?
Quidco sayas 26th December for the 25% off deal, so I guess no rush. Don't want to miss out though!
Great post, thanks OP. Will be ordering soon.
Yo youngsters, the offer doesn't work if you are <26 years old
Do you think you can get this if your membership has just expired and you bought it on a special deal last year?
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Melbury

Do you think you can get this if your membership has just expired and you … Do you think you can get this if your membership has just expired and you bought it on a special deal last year?



For anything like this we just alternate between us each year. Never had a problem.
Am I being stupid, as I can't work out why you would paid £66 for a couple, when it is £18 individually x2 = £36

It is 25% cashback on either option, though can't find the details about the 'free' gift.
Flora82

Am I being stupid, as I can't work out why you would paid £66 for a … Am I being stupid, as I can't work out why you would paid £66 for a couple, when it is £18 individually x2 = £36It is 25% cashback on either option, though can't find the details about the 'free' gift.



£18 for 16 - 25 year olds only. 26 - 59 years old membeership from £39.75
Flora82

Am I being stupid, as I can't work out why you would paid £66 for a … Am I being stupid, as I can't work out why you would paid £66 for a couple, when it is £18 individually x2 = £36It is 25% cashback on either option, though can't find the details about the 'free' gift.



A couple's membership also allows you to take kids free
I signed up for this but can't see any mention of binoculars...
Original Poster
When you select joint membership, click both are between 26-59yrs old and this should appear:

How would you like to pay?

£66.37 by Direct Debit
The discounted Direct Debit price is an introductory rate for the first year of membership only.

Join today and pay by Direct Debit to get 3 months' free membership plus a FREE pair of National Trust binoculars

Hope this helps
tmb

Thanks OP - How do you end up with the extra 3 months membership???



I think the thread title is a bit misleading. You don't get 15 months membership for your £66.00. You still get 12 months, but only pay for 9. The normal price for annual membership is £88.50. That's how I understand it anyway.
Edited by: "Lancman" 17th Dec 2012
Seems that quidco is now down to only 5%.
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