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3 packs National trust gift cards with tea vouchers £11.97 @ Pink & greene
buy 3 packs of 3 greetings card for £3.99 per pack (normally £5.99 per pack but add 3 to your basket and the discount comes off) This includes the NT cards which include a free pot of tea at National… Read more
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will someone kindly recommend me?

spaza5

Thanks very much OP. Just used the recommend a friend thing, so got 3 … Thanks very much OP. Just used the recommend a friend thing, so got 3 packs of 3 cards for £5.97. Great!



​You're welcome! I did the same.

gwagirl

can someone recommend me pls?



​what is your email?

can someone recommend me pls?

can someone recommend me pls?

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National Trust 5-card packs (and tea vouchers) REDUCED! £6.99 and FREE Delivery over £10.
(thanks hockeyguy) this deal is now extended to January 3rd Remember to choose the cards with the tea for two sticker in the corner and use the code 5PACK. Dear Customer, National Trust 5-card pack… Read more
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saffy81

I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings … I'm probably being a complete numpty here but are these just greetings cards? Do you get entry to anywhere to use your free tea for two voucher? Or will you have to pay to get into wherever you want your cuppa.


I think if it`s on their list you shouldn`t have to pay see:
http://www.pinkandgreene.com/national-trust/#terms-conditions
click on terms and conditions to see the list of properties.
I`ve been a few times and I`ve never had to pay to enter the tearoom
Edited by: "jasee" 30th Dec 2016

Thanks peeps

Just ordered Thanks

thank you! x

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sickly sweet

Locally to me the cafes tend to be in the gardens and to access the … Locally to me the cafes tend to be in the gardens and to access the gardens you need to pay the entry charges. My best friend has a lifetime membership so when this deal was posted a few days ago I bought her a pack


I think if it`s on their list you shouldn`t have to pay see:
http://www.pinkandgreene.com/national-trust/#terms-conditions
click on terms and conditions to see the list of properties
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National Trust 5-card packs (and tea vouchers) REDUCED! £6.66 and FREE Delivery over £10.
Remember to choose the cards with the tea for two sticker in the corner and use the code 5PACK. Dear Customer, National Trust 5-card packs just £6.66. To celebrate a year of great offers, we're red… Read more
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Saltram House in Plymouth has the tea room outside the property. I think you pay a couple quid parking or you park outside and walk into the grounds. HTH.

"Participating properties are listed inside the voucher" (obviously some don't have a tea room)
Does this mean that some properties with tea rooms don't accept these vouchers, I an a member but would like this clarified please

Thanks.

Perfect for my friend who was given a lifetime NT membership!

So it doesn't actual include entrance to NT sites? That's the killer.

To save on exorbitant entrance fees some have suggested this: heritage.org.nz/get…-us.
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FREE triple pack of NT cards with 3 free tea for two vouchers & free delivery - minimum spend £10 pinkandgreene
OK here is what you do to maximise this deal. You have to spend £10 & it only lasts for this weekend... 1) Buy a pack of 5 NT cards each with a FREE voucher for "tea for two" at NT tea shops. £9.… Read more
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gholt

Can you have two mugs of coffee instead as we are not tea drinkers.



Yes you can

Can you have two mugs of coffee instead as we are not tea drinkers.

awesome, got a good deal on NT membership, and this is the icing on the cake to get us there more often (humm... and they do tend to do good cake to go with the tea..... )

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AAB

When you say it only lasts for this weekend, do you mean you have to use … When you say it only lasts for this weekend, do you mean you have to use up all 8 tea vouchers this weekend?


The vouchers last for a minimum of 12 months. The free triple pack is only for this weekend.

Our National Trust packs are the best way to buy beautiful National Trust cards, saving you over 30% compared to the recommended retail price. What's more, every card comes with a voucher entitling you to a free pot of tea for two at participating National Trust properties - a total of 5 vouchers (or 10 cups of tea) per pack! Participating properties are listed inside the voucher. Vouchers must be validated online before use and are valid for 12 months from that date.

Edited by: "KrispiiDuck" 15th May 2016
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National Trust cards, lots of free pots of tea for 2 at National Trust properties! With discount £9.99 @ Pink & Green
Example above is a total of eight Nat Trust cards (delivered) and vouchers for 7 pots of tea for 2 or 14 teas at selected National Trust properties in the UK. Use the code TASTER to bring the total d… Read more
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GreatestThing

Mine arrived too, the list of valid places on the voucher itself is … Mine arrived too, the list of valid places on the voucher itself is dfferent (less places) to the list on the website, can anyone confirm that the list on the website http://www.woodmansterne.com/national-trust-tea-voucher-terms-and-conditions/ (and previously posted) ... Takes precendent?


Got my three thank you OP
Two have the full list and one the truncated one

The TASTER code no longer works on a single card however it included another 3FREE would that be for just cards without the vouchers ?

Briz66

I've got that one - voucher is enclosed (if that helps?).



Thank you. Mine's definitely missing.

thewongwing101

Have to say think this is a great deal two questionsone what are the … Have to say think this is a great deal two questionsone what are the expiry dates ?two when it says pot of tea for two.......


You have to go to publisher's website to get a code to validate the vouchers. Expiry date is 12 months from when you do that.

annne

My cards have arrived but the first one I opened is missing the tea … My cards have arrived but the first one I opened is missing the tea voucher. Its Sheringham Park, has a steam train on the front. Has anyone else got the same card please? All the others are ok. Thanks


I've got that one - voucher is enclosed (if that helps?).

My cards have arrived but the first one I opened is missing the tea voucher. Its Sheringham Park, has a steam train on the front. Has anyone else got the same card please? All the others are ok. Thanks
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With any purchase - Free national trust greeting cards (x3) and free tea for two (x3).
pinkandgreene.com Giving away free taster cards which have free voucher for tea for 2 at national trust. TPACK is the code. Can but any card cheapest I saw was £1.49 and then postage on top.
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jasee

I sent for one card, but I was sent four! Each with a free tea voucher! … I sent for one card, but I was sent four! Each with a free tea voucher! And one extra one pinned to one of the cards! I think the OP actually says this, but I didn't understand what I was going to get!And there are lots and lots of National Trust properties which are doing the free teas. And the free teas expire twelve months after you register the card. There's a simple procedure for doing that online.The only thing that isn't entirely clear to me is whether the free teas give you admission to the National Trust property itself. In the National Trust properties I've been to the tea rooms are usually not located in the garden itself and never in the house itself. Sometimes you have to pay a single fee to visit the house and garden. Sometimes you can pay just to visit the garden. But it's not clear to me whether this tickets allow you to visit the house, grounds as well as having tea (sort of one day National Trust membership), if they do then they really are amazing value!



​the voucher is just for a free tea for two. there are loads of properties which have a tea room accessible without paying entrance to the property.

I sent for one card, but I was sent four! Each with a free tea voucher! And one extra one pinned to one of the cards!
I think the OP actually says this, but I didn't understand what I was going to get!

And there are lots and lots of National Trust properties which are doing the free teas. And the free teas expire twelve months after you register the card. There's a simple procedure for doing that online.

The only thing that isn't entirely clear to me is whether the free teas give you admission to the National Trust property itself. In the National Trust properties I've been to the tea rooms are usually not located in the garden itself and never in the house itself. Sometimes you have to pay a single fee to visit the house and garden. Sometimes you can pay just to visit the garden.
But it's not clear to me whether this tickets allow you to visit the house, grounds as well as having tea (sort of one day National Trust membership), if they do then they really are amazing value!
Edited by: "jasee" 1st Oct 2015

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rossss

I was confused by that too, thought it was a great deal on national trust … I was confused by that too, thought it was a great deal on national trust membership and some tea too, not taster cards and tea.


sorry i wasnt clear, free memmbership with a £1.49 would have been deal of the decade!

gidsterc

looks like its saying free membership cos you put 'free National Trust … looks like its saying free membership cos you put 'free National Trust cards'...



I was confused by that too, thought it was a great deal on national trust membership and some tea too, not taster cards and tea.

looks like its saying free membership cos you put 'free National Trust cards'...