Looking for fun things to do with kids but don’t want to break the bank? Then a Kids Pass may be the answer for you.
The cost of raising a family is not cheap, and I’m sure other parents agree that one of your main considerations on days out is the cost. There are five of us, and we are lucky to see any change from £60 when we go out. And that doesn’t include food and drink.
So the question is, if you want fun things to do with kids, what is the cheapest way to go about it without missing out?
Fortunately, my wife is far more organised than me and discovered the Kids Pass. Once you’ve signed up, you qualify for a range of discounts that cover a wide range of events.
Our favourite is 40% off cinema tickets any day of the week. Then, to complete the day out, you can combine this with a kids eat free pass at a host of different restaurants.
Not only that, but you can buy park tickets at a heavily discounted rate. Thorpe Park, Legoland, Chessington, Alton Towers and many more offer you a big discount with your pass.
If you’re looking to go away for a short break, there are plenty of resorts that offer discounts of up to 50% with your Kids Pass.
One day out at any of these places could save you more than the cost of an annual membership. Plus, with such a range of places to choose from, this is a no-brainer.
From the Kids Pass website:
- Up to 40% off at cinemas nationwide, including adult and child tickets, 7 days a week!
- Up to 57% off at thousands of family days out
- Kids eat free at thousands of restaurants
- Massive savings on UK family breaks
- One Kids Pass covers the whole household
- Free App for Android and iOS to make saving even easier
- Digital membership card in the App
How much is membership?
Usually, a year’s membership will set you back £75. However, you can currently sign up for £39.99. And if that seems too much, you can take out a £3.99 monthly rolling contract, which you can cancel anytime. It’s very easy to recoup what you pay out with just one trip away. If you are a busy family, you could save yourself £100’s every year.
Is it good for saving money on family days out?
How much you save depends on how busy a family you are. If you go out a couple of times every week, you will certainly save some cash. If you go out once every few months, then Kids Pass probably isn’t for you. But remember that the Kids Pass could also help you find fun places for kids.
For a very limited time, you can take out a month’s trial for just £1. Click on the “Sign up now’ on the banner below to find out more.
If you have children aged under 11, take a look at the Hoop app to find local activities for free.