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Free Entry for Carers At National Trust Properties
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
If you look after somebody who is disabled or are a friend of somebody who is disabled and receives either DLA or PIP then you can get free entry to National Trust properties when … Read more
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Carers Allowance effectively works out to a couple of pounds an hour, yet some people here seem to want the carer to pay full whack for accompanying their ward to NT properties. Worse still, many carers get paid zilch.

My oh my.
Norseg13 h, 24 m ago

Why only disabled? That's so unfair



what a insensitive crass comment, trot off to twitter, theres plenty of like minded trolls on there
xenophon9 h, 10 m ago

They've had free access for disabled carers for at least 10 years.


Whilst carers have had free access when accompanying a disabled person for some time and in most venues, the point of this post is that the disabled person can apply for a card to make access to National Trust properties more straightforward. It would be great is there was an official card available for all venues rather than having to take personal paperwork around to prove legitimacy.
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aLV4261 h, 8 m ago

Disabled Carers - seems very niche...Heat OP - thanks for sharing!


Just realised this, my apologies. The title could be clearer.
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cat41012 m ago

Yes, when accompanying a disabled 'paying' person


Just to clarify: The companion gets free admission but the disabled person still has to pay the admission fee for themselves.
£5 M&S E-Gift card and National Trust binoculars with Direct Debit membership plan
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Found 14th Sep 2017Found 14th Sep 2017
UPDATE: NT17004M0 gives you a £15 National Trust gift card, to spend at National Trust locations (some small-print restrictions will apply as usual). Think this is a much better o… Read more
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rajeee351 m ago

I went for the £15 gift card, that came in the post with my membership …I went for the £15 gift card, that came in the post with my membership card and the NT book in about a week.I think the £5 M&S is an Electronic voucher so assume it should be in an email once it's been processed...Within a day or two at a ramdom guess (?). (Keep an eye on your junk mail folder just in case)If you don't get anything by the time you get your membership card arrives I'd contact NT support and chase up on it... Kylebailey seemed to get some useful support from them so there may be no harm is asking them if something goes amiss.


OK thank you very much for the help!
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JC199717 m ago

Thanks for the quick reply. I just place 2 different order with the £5 ms …Thanks for the quick reply. I just place 2 different order with the £5 ms code, but at summary page under joining gift line, only shows binoculars. hope they will still send the voucher.Btw how long will you receive the voucher? is it send you thought the welcome pack?

I went for the £15 gift card, that came in the post with my membership card and the NT book in about a week.

I think the £5 M&S is an Electronic voucher so assume it should be in an email once it's been processed...Within a day or two at a ramdom guess (?). (Keep an eye on your junk mail folder just in case)

If you don't get anything by the time you get your membership card arrives I'd contact NT support and chase up on it... Kylebailey seemed to get some useful support from them so there may be no harm is asking them if something goes amiss.
rajeee330 m ago

On the second stage, 'payment method' make sure you've chosen a direct …On the second stage, 'payment method' make sure you've chosen a direct debit option, further down in the page you should have 3 options, and "I would like a pair of binoculars", "I don't want a gift" and "I have a promotional code".If you chose the 3rd option and input the promotional code you want to use this should reflect correctly on the summary page under the 'joining gift' line. (assuming you want the £15 gift card, OR the £5 M&S voucher with binoculars, Or just the binoculars)


Thanks for the quick reply. I just place 2 different order with the £5 ms code, but at summary page under joining gift line, only shows binoculars. hope they will still send the voucher.
Btw how long will you receive the voucher? is it send you thought the welcome pack?
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JC19971 h, 9 m ago

at order Summary page is say Joining gift justNational Trust binocularsis …at order Summary page is say Joining gift justNational Trust binocularsis this normal?

On the second stage, 'payment method' make sure you've chosen a direct debit option, further down in the page you should have 3 options, and "I would like a pair of binoculars", "I don't want a gift" and "I have a promotional code".

If you chose the 3rd option and input the promotional code you want to use this should reflect correctly on the summary page under the 'joining gift' line. (assuming you want the £15 gift card, OR the £5 M&S voucher with binoculars, Or just the binoculars)
at order Summary page is say Joining gift just
  • National Trust binoculars
is this normal?
Edited by: "JC1997" 1st Oct 2017
National Trust Online Shop Sale ie  Small Glass House Terrarium was £35 now £14 - Free Del wys £50 + Free Tote Bag wys £30 (with code)
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Found 10th Aug 2017Found 10th Aug 2017
National trust have an online and in property sale making their overpriced items a little more reasonable :) I have just purchased the small glass house terrarium, reduced from £… Read more
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Do you get a discount if you a New Zealandnationaltrust card and live in London?
Any reductions on LGBT badges?
Lol and me, any free delivery codes?
Many thanks bellamy105 - see a few things to buy! Thanks for posting! Also 2% Quidco.
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Cicerone - 25% Off All Printed Guidebooks - Until 30th June 17 @ Cicerone.co.uk
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Found 30th Mar 2017Found 30th Mar 2017
Cicerone are taking 25% off all printed guidebooks - No code - automatically taken off at checkout. Got myself some more national trails books. Also, if they have published a ne… Read more
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jsoap

Even with 25% off they are still more expensive than the book depository


the 2 books i got are cheaper on cicerone with the discount. both by about £1.60. compared to the book depository


Edited by: "Projectharrison" 30th Mar 2017
Even with 25% off they are still more expensive than the book depository
£15 National Trust Voucher with DD membership set up
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Found 1st Mar 2017Found 1st Mar 2017
INSTRUCTIONS: £15 National Trust voucher to use in their shops when signing up to a direct debit plan either monthly or annually APPLIES TO: Direct Debit payments
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Not working today
I joined National Trust yesterday and paid by direct debit and was promised £15 voucher to use in the shop.
However there was no mention on when or how I would receive the voucher.
I entered the promotion code on the National trust website and it was accepted.

Any help would be appreciated.
Still working this morning, thanks

have a look at the Scottish one, cheaper and you can access all UK properties

EmFrCo

Had to fill in all fields to get to the promo code which was then … Had to fill in all fields to get to the promo code which was then declared invalid. I wanted a young person membership. It does not say the code is restricted. The online help was "busy". Frustrating waste of effort.

Had to fill in all fields to get to the promo code which was then declared invalid. I wanted a young person membership. It does not say the code is restricted. The online help was "busy". Frustrating waste of effort.
Join National Trust Scotland and still visit the England sites, save £££'s
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If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others)… Read more
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I joined the Scottish national trust because I am over sixty and I can’t get a discount with the English trust because you have to be a member already which I’ not. With the Scottish trust you get a good discount when joining even if you’re not a member, so what do you expect me to do. To be fair both trusts should be the same also if I am cheating the trust out of money why did they exept my “English address details”to join!
jasonrplant91st Jun

It's even cheaper if you join the new Zealand national trust and can still …It's even cheaper if you join the new Zealand national trust and can still be used over here. what i will say is if you buy those the money is spent on places in those areas not england. So sort of doing our national trust out of money.


Fashionably late to this particular party
It's even cheaper if you join the new Zealand national trust and can still be used over here. what i will say is if you buy those the money is spent on places in those areas not england. So sort of doing our national trust out of money.

The D-G Helen Ghosh gets paid £183,960 pa - hardly a massive salary for … The D-G Helen Ghosh gets paid £183,960 pa - hardly a massive salary for the size of the organisation


difference between NT and NTS family membership is 25 pounds.
I reckon there will be no shortage of smart, experienced, honest people ready to hold and be effective (unless effectiveness is measured by amount one pays into their pocket) in NT D-G post for half of that amount (some might even do that for less. but lets say its 100K)
84K saved, divided by 25 pounds would give an opportunity for 3360 Joe's to get a discount and avoid the need to buy fully legal and honest NTS membership and more importantly avoid being obused by 'Newbold's ...

P.S. also, this attitude 'us in E&W vs them in S' is exactly what is driving SNP members. FFS, it is still the same country, isnt it ? Properties in S also constitute GB heritage and need to be preserved. How many people shout 'thiefs & cheats' when somebody points that local Bristol Tesco has discount, while London one does not ?

for reference: The Prime Minister is paid £150,402 a year. This includes the basic salary for a member of parliament which is currently £74,962. Is our Government less 'charitable' than NT ?
Edited by: "strnik" 20th May 2017
speckle

oh...that's just silly. Personally I do a lot for voluntary groups & have … oh...that's just silly. Personally I do a lot for voluntary groups & have devoted years of my life to specific charities. Costs of NT membership are too high for me on my wage and particularly as I won't get out to enough properties to justify the full rate. I'll be taking advantage of one of the lower offers as a result. (PS... the charities I do support are all ones which support the very vulnerable... not propping up a class heritage)



and where would all the charities that you supported be if they were equally deprived of money by hotukdeals?
The National Trust is more than just some charity that props up class heritage and I think your assesment is slightly unfair. That said they could offer cheaper membership rates for those on benefits etc. Perhaps you should contact them and suggest it.
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3 packs National trust gift cards with tea vouchers £11.97 @ Pink & greene
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Found 15th Feb 2017Found 15th Feb 2017
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 po… 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?
Over 60's National Trust Joint Senior Membership £78 - save yourself 25% on normal rates
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Found 24th Jan 2017Found 24th Jan 2017
Was prompted to post this having seen post for lifetime membership. Normal joint adult annual memberhsip is £105 but if one of you is 60+ you can contact them and get a 25% reduct… Read more
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purplenorpe

Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust … Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?


If you've successfully kept your membership low by joining one of the cheaper sites - Guernsey, NZ or Scotland for example it may be a false economy as you may still have to pay for parking at UK sites. We love Pembrokeshire and there are a number of NT car parks in coastal and countryside areas where I believe you would have to pay but we do not as full members. I think you'll find it in the small print on the other NT websites.
purplenorpe

Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust … Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?



​Yes will still need to pay for parking
Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?
purplenorpe

I checked the FAQs on national trust Scotland website and it says you can … I checked the FAQs on national trust Scotland website and it says you can use the membership at U.K. National trust sites. Anyone done this? Seems a bit too good to be true.



National Trust England have reciprocal agreements with most other countries equivalent - so yes you can use National Trust Scotland cards to gain access. Though if you don't care about supporting the England sites there are cheaper options than NT Scotland.
BUT , don't expect free parking privileges in NT car parks in the UK, (NT have a lot of coastal and lake district car parks)
I checked the FAQs on national trust Scotland website and it says you can use the membership at U.K. National trust sites. Anyone done this? Seems a bit too good to be true.
National Trust  (lifetime membership) - £1499.00
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Found 24th Jan 2017Found 24th Jan 2017
Just saw this price and I think it is a bargain ... ish. Obviously £1,499 is a lot of money but if you were to join and live 40 years then it is about £37 per year. If you are … Read more
If the National Trust & English Heritage combined it would still not be value for money.
Shatwell

I'd want my own private car parking space and be able to use a camera and … I'd want my own private car parking space and be able to use a camera and tripod for that price.


Not sure if I missed the joke but do they have some kind of rules against tripods??

Been to loads and used my camera, obviously, but never a tripod.

That or the joke is over my head...
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Bargain (_;)
might get it for my sons next birthday, he'll be 2, but if he lives until he's 90 then this is an absolute steal!
INSTORE National Trust Stationery items 99p at Home Bargains
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Found a number of items from National Trust in HB Today. Luggage tag 99p Boxed pencils £1.29 Notecards £1.29 Accordion file £1.99 rrp £7.99 Recipe Folder £2.49 rrp. £17.49 Very pr… Read more
Just tried my local but they had a different selection, when I eventually found them.

Magnets 99p
Push pins 99p
Storage box £2.49
Umbrella £2.99
Travel document holder £2.49
Oh wow, I need these!
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If you go to blueprintcollection.co.uk and select designer the national trust collection is viewable.
Currently on IPad so can't use flash player.
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bebebelle

Really need some luggage tags, will have a look tomorrow. Thanks OP. Does … Really need some luggage tags, will have a look tomorrow. Thanks OP. Does anyone have a pic of these please.


Have just added photo of the items I bought in my original post. I didn't buy the luggage tags, sorry.
Really need some luggage tags, will have a look tomorrow. Thanks OP. Does anyone have a pic of these please.
National Trust 5-card packs (and tea vouchers) REDUCED! £6.99 and FREE Delivery over £10.
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Found 30th Dec 2016Found 30th Dec 2016
(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, Nation… 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
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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
National Trust 5-card packs (and tea vouchers) REDUCED!  £6.66 and FREE Delivery over £10.
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Found 26th Dec 2016Found 26th Dec 2016
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 gre… 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.
Free Heritage Open Days Weekend 8th - 11th September
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From 8th - 11th September, thousands of volunteers across the country invite you to experience local history, architecture and culture. The listings will start to go live Mid-July … Read more
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Free entry to Lyme Park (National Trust) for Stockport residents.
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Found 29th Jun 2016Found 29th Jun 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: Lyme Park are offering free entry for up to 2 adults and 2 children (one car) for Stockport residents. Entry includes house and grounds. Print off the voucher and… Read more
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FREE triple pack of NT cards with 3 free tea for two vouchers & free delivery - minimum spend £10 pinkandgreene
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Found 15th May 2016Found 15th May 2016
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" … Read more
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.

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25% Off National Trust Memberships - Using Code NT16008M5
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Found 17th Apr 2016Found 17th Apr 2016
INSTRUCTIONS: National trust deals seem few and far between so I thought I'd post this. Hope it helps someone else. I got a family membership for £83.29 instead of £111. Read more
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No voucher but if you are near a NT property it's worth turning up and asking if they have any offers. I got £25 off family membership today. You do have to ask: don't just check the price listed.
Just spoken with NT and codes to get 25% off / 3 months free have expired. They sometimes start sending out codes again in July or August, or alternatively keep an eye on Quidco or Nectar. You can still get points and cashback here, albeit currently very token amounts - at full price memberships
No codes working now :-(
Thank you for the info , unable to find any discount that works now .
The 25% is now expired but you can still get three free months (rather than the newly advertised 2 free months) using code NT16008M8
FREE National Trust wipe-clean magnetic fridge planner and adventure scrapbook - 50 things to do before you're 11  3/4
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Whether it's building a den or flying a kite - or 48 other ways to have fun outdoors - use your free pack to plan adventures and help your little explorers discover their wild side… Read more

Just spotted this in my spam folder

Thanks for your interest in the National Trust and our '50 things to do … Thanks for your interest in the National Trust and our '50 things to do before you're 11¾' fridge planner and scrapbook.You recently requested this free gift which was offered by the National Trust only through Facebook. Unfortunately as your response came via an alternative channel that was not included in the promotion, we will not be sending the gift as the supply is limited.


Meeeeh evil social network thingy
thank you for trying anyway
Unfortunately, this offer has now expired and the fridge planner is no longer available
Get involved with '50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾' at your nearest participating National Trust place property and pick up your wild adventure scrap book

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Thank you for your interest

This offer is temporarily unavailable.
Please try again next week.
doesn t work for me
Link doesn't work for me either
Join Bermuda National Trust Family ~£26 valid for use in National Trust UK locations
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Found 16th Mar 2016Found 16th Mar 2016
I saw the other thread about NT and EH for £45 but if you don't want the EH membership like me then this is cheaper Choose "Family UK 1 year $37.50" from the drop down menu Works… Read more
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I would email and ask
This looks a great deal, thank you OP. I was wondering if anyone has been successful in applying for this at all? I know that it runs from 1st October and that it takes two weeks to be delivered. I was wondering if I applied now would they start it from the 1st of October? x
Newbold

Good. I suggest that all those who hate seeing British charities ripped … Good. I suggest that all those who hate seeing British charities ripped off by a bunch of freeloaders who'd rob their own grandmothers to save themselves a few quid do the same.Simple enough to stop - just demand evidence of overseas residence (passport etc) if an overseas membership's to be used. No evidence, no admission. Problem solved.



and what about all the grannies that have been exploited and bombarded by charities, one lady commited suicide through the stress as they sell on her details to other groups ... and how many fat cat charity bosses are out there skimming off the charitable donations !!

NT have known about it for 3years so I dont think they are too bothered probably enjoy the extra income from parking and cafe sales, I have purchased one of these as I cant afford over £100 as I wouldnt get the value, but the UK venues will now benefit from my custom in-house (parking/cafe/giftshop) whereas I would never have set foot in there before and I would be disgusted if they turned me away using these cards as they areobviously aware of it and therefore are a party too it !!



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dorset_taco

​NT know about this misuse. we are loyal members and when we visited a c … ​NT know about this misuse. we are loyal members and when we visited a car park in Cornwall this Easter we showed or sticker but wanted to see our card too. She said they have turned people away because they all know fully well about this around all NT sites.


They're also well aware of the whole Bermuda/New Zealand scam, and it's being tackled at source to stop the abuse.
3 months Free National trust membership £83.25 ( 3% Quidco) with code NT16008M1
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After looking at the New Zealand deal I mooched about to get one where the funds go directly to the National Trust. Found 3 months free although it's only a few pounds cheaper than… Read more
deanos

Cold from me, joined the Bermuda one for £26 a year for a family card


Parking isn't reciprocal so how does that help people who need the parking? go to a dozen properties and you have lost out already (or park in NT car parks in the lake district etc)

The offer is a good value offer for NT, no need to cold it because you have no need for NT parking.
Dr Zoidberg

You really don't have to be wealthy to spend £100 or so on NT membership. … You really don't have to be wealthy to spend £100 or so on NT membership. In practice it does appeal to a middle class customer base, and granted, if you are completely broke and struggling to make ends meet then it's out of the question, but to spend £2 a week on access to some very interesting sites is hardly the preserve of the super rich.



​It might also help them afford their membership if the so called Chavvy and uneducated stopped wasting their monies on booze and cancer sticks.
anewman

All it means is that the NT here wants to exploit members by getting them … All it means is that the NT here wants to exploit members by getting them to pay more than other countries. NT is doing the exploiting. Besides, those taking advantage of the deal are not people who would be full paying UK members anyway.



The NT is exploiting people?

The Bermudan/NZ national trust memberships are intended for residents of those countries. I haven't looked at their portfolios but I imagine they have far fewer stately homes and the like than the UK. If members come to visit the UK they might visit a couple of NT properties, but probably won't be here long enough to go around visiting all of them. So it seems entirely fair that they pay less, as they are getting less for it.
Does anyone know what the offer at the National Trust locations on the day is please? I tend to prefer the 15 months for the price of 12 as we tend to go only really in the hotter months and buying it at the right time you can wrap it around 2 years.
NT16008M1 not working for me ...

but.. i played with codes a bit and NT16010M0 gets the same offer - 83.25 by DD.

P.S. I support this and other threads suggesting different **Legit** discount options and I believe that NT is aware of those options, but considers them not being an issue. For example, years ago I was a member of EH for couple of years, but since then I am not member or visitor of their sites in any form. So they get NOTHING from my budget. Surely for any business it is negative result.
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