Grab a 30 day membership to Kids Pass, for just £1. Get discounted cinema trips, meals out and days out, ideal for half term!
As I write this, it's half term for the kids and that normally means two things... a messy house and bored kids!
Now you are on your own with the mess, but in regards to bored kids, we might just have a remedy for you! Kids Pass is a discounted deal service, especially targeted towards family and the kids.
Kids Pass offers discounted deals on cinema trips, family holidays, days out and discounted meals, including, kids eat free offers.
With days out and trips being somewhat on the expensive side, this app and website offers thousands of great savings and exclusive offers, such as:
Discounts of up to 40% off at 420 cinemas nationwide. The discount is both for adult and child tickets.
Your children can eat for free at thousands of restaurants across the country, including restaurants such as Brewers Fayre, Prezzo, Frankie & Benny’s, Giraffe, Strada, Handmade Burger Co plus more.
Get up to 57% off at thousands of UK attractions, such as Diggerland, Marwell Zoo, Drayton Manor, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Gullivers Theme park, Go Ape and many more..
So how does it work?
The Kids Pass system is a subscription service. It's standard monthly charge is £2.99, with an annual offering at £29.99. This gives access to all of the deals, every day, which should save you a small fortune.
You can grab a 30 day trial for just £1, so you can test drive all of the offers, (which could be super useful for this half term), for a quid! Even if you just use it once in the month, you can't not have made a saving!
Once the trial is up, you’re able to cancel or can pay to keep your membership going.
Kids Pass membership is an ongoing subscription and will renew at only £2.99 a month (RRP £4.99). The first payment will be taken at the end of the trial period.
Trials and memberships can be cancelled at any time up to the last day of the agreed period in accordance with the terms and conditions, so make sure you do cancel if you don't want to continue using the app.
It's always worth looking around to see what other offers are going on, as there are always deals being advertised by theme parks, cinemas and restaurants etc, and some may be as goods as, if not better than the deals being offered by Kids Pass, offers such as Meerkat Movies deals by Compare The Market, but realistically, you can't really go wrong for a quid can you!?