Season Ticket for upto 4 People with Unlimited Football Plus Credits / Unlimited Visits for 1 Year to National Football Museum (Manchester) normally £35 now £19 via Groupon
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Season Ticket for upto 4 People with Unlimited Football Plus Credits / Unlimited Visits for 1 Year to National Football Museum (Manchester) normally £35 now £19 via Groupon

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Mod & Ed
Found 2nd Jan
This is a super offer at Groupon when you consider the cost of Football Plus Credits at the Museum normally!

Visits to the Museum itself are Free, think everyone knows that but if you want to have a go on one of their 7 interactive experiences across the museum you have to buy Football Plus Credits.
Each exhibit uses 1 credit per person & they charge the following for those credits - you'll notice that the cost will soon rack up if there are a few of you!

£6 – 3 credits
£10 – 8 credits (Individual Day Pass)
£25 – Unlimited Day Pass (Family Day Pass)

So at the moment, Groupon have an offer of either a Unlimited Day Pass (Family Day Pass) normally £25 for £15 OR the much better value (especially if you live in the area)
Football Plus+ Season Ticket which gives you unlimited credits between up to 4 people every time you visit for a year! normally priced at £35 but on offer at Groupon for £19.

So basically the Season Ticket costing just £19 gives you the benefits of an Unlimited Family Day Pass (£25) as many times as you want to visit in a year.

Make the most of your visit by experiencing Football Plus+. Across the museum, there are 7 great chances for you to test your skills at everything from showboating to commentating.

  • Soak up the pressure of Wembley, keep your nerve and go for glory in the Penalty Shootout
  • Test those lightning-quick ‘keeping reactions and prove yourself as the top Shot-Stopper
  • Learn some new showboating skills to dazzle the defenders in On The Ball
  • Quick, short, accurate passing is the name of the game with One-Two
  • Pick out the perfect ball with Pass Master: go for the big points but be careful, a misplaced pass will cost you points.
  • Got what it takes to be the next Motty? Follow the autocue or just call the action as you see it with the Match Of The Day Commentary Challenge
  • Celebrate victory in the League Cup, FA Cup or Premier League when you Lift The Trophy, and take home the photo of you and the Cup.

Other Season Ticket benefits include

  • Photos with the Premier League and FA Cup
  • Access to guided tours (normally costing £3.50)
  • 10% discount at the museum shop and 20% discount at Cafe Football NFM every visit
  • Exclusive offers, discounts and museum events

After Your Visit
Once you’ve perfected those skills you’ll want to prove them to everyone. Use your Football Plus+ ticket to log-on to our website and see your scores and certificates, perfect for sharing online or printing off at home.

You’ll be able to find and share the photos of you lifting English football’s biggest prizes, and let everyone hear your attempt at classic commentary moments.

Located diagonally opposite to Victoria Station, The National Football Museum is home to one of the biggest and most engaging collections of football stories in the world. Boasting over 140,000 items, including part of the FIFA Collection, the museum sets out to explain how and why football has become ‘the people’s game’, a key part of England’s heritage and a way of life. The facility is open every day.


Booking is necessary for the first visit as a Season Ticket member; customer is then free to visit as often as they like without booking, and will need to show their pass on each visit to receive benefits. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Cannot be used towards parties. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. All equipment provided.


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Sounds really good that. How big are the qs for the paid 'attractions'?
20% off local deals too with a voucher from vouchercloud. Cheers OP
cbark2nd Jan

Sounds really good that. How big are the qs for the paid 'attractions'?


I’ve never seen any queues whenever i’ve visited. Admittedly it wasn’t peak time but I can’t imagine you’d wait long.
cbark2nd Jan

Sounds really good that. How big are the qs for the paid 'attractions'?


I never see any when I visit but I imagine at weekends it can get rough
I'm sure this place use to be free admission
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