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Posted 4 March 2023

Receive a £15 gift card when you buy a membership @ National Trust

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Free £15 gift card when you become a member (individual, joint or family) and pay by direct debit, you'll receive a £15 National Trust gift card.
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  1. Scalesofjustice's avatar
    The gift card is to spend in their over priced shops and cafe. Their membership price has become pricey year on year.
    jono1975's avatar
    Same at English Heritage cafes, massively overpriced even with 10% member discount. don't fall for unpriced items they are much more than you'd expect, definitely ask first (unlike me like a fool), won't be getting my custom again. Doubt we'll renew this year, the sites are all overpriced to justify membership.

    It's a shame as I find the staff are really nice.
  2. Louoe-blue's avatar
    I’ve found it frustrating that some venues close or have limited access during the winter, it’s a 12 month membership. Some venues don’t advertise the limitations prior to travel so you can end up with a wasted journey.
  3. C0mbat's avatar
    Previously run by a bunch of old people out of touch with the rest of society. Things are improving for families with more recent decisions.

    For example, the parks and nature play used to be put so far away that no one went to them. Many of them still are too far away. Plus they had a great idea of buying balance bikes but purchased extra small ones and extra small helmets for an age group that don't use balance bikes (12-18 months).

    Things have started to change near me thankfully and in general it's worth the membership fee for families.
  4. Dadbod's avatar
    This is great if you don’t already have membership. I would always recommend supporting National Trust, they do some great work. We try and go once a month and it’s great for the kids to see how things change over the seasons
  5. 1VR46's avatar
    Never got any of my freebies for joining ,take with a pinch of salt that said I think it’s worth the monthly cost . If you are able to get CSSC membership that includes a family English heritage membership for £4 monthly fee if useful to anyone
  6. jono1975's avatar
    It's £4.99 now, still worth it if you want EH or CADW, I will do this if I do decide to get EH again. I don't think you'd get car parking but a lot of sites don't have parking or you can park nearby for less.
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