Are you struggling for ideas for days out this February half term? You probably want to have a cheap half term for a change, something that will keep the whole family happy as well preserving as your bank balance!
Well, for just £1 you can sign up for a trial Kids Pass membership and receive instant access to 1000’s of family friendly offers on the Kids Pass app.
Can a Kids Pass save you money?
Based on a family of four (2 adults, 2 children), you could potentially save over £90 in just a week, depending on how activity packed you want your half term to be – check out these examples.
A trip to the cinema – save on average £10.34 on your cinema tickets
A meal out – save on average £15.90 off your food bill
A zoo visit – save your family £40.00 on zoo tickets
A sensory day at the aquarium – average savings of £24.00 on aquarium tickets
How does Kids Pass work?
You pay £1 for a 30 day trial membership. After this you can cancel, or continue your subscription for £3.99 per month. For these 30 days you have full access to all the offers on the Kids Pass app and website!
What does Kids Pass get you?
A Kids Pass gets you instant access to thousands of offers, including up to:
- 40% off cinemas nationwide (7 days a week, adult and child)
- kids eat free at 1000’s of restaurants
- up to 65% off family days out including leading theme parks
- up to 10% off UK family breaks and up to 50% off Eurocamp holidays.
Does a single Kids Pass membership cover the whole family?
Yes! A Kids Pass covers the entire household – parents, the kids (whether you have one or ten!) – and grandparents as well! That’s a pretty remarkable deal.
How do you use a Kids Pass?
Download the free Kids Pass app from all major app stores, or use the Kids Pass website to search for offers.
Most of the offers are completely digital – meaning that tickets or promo codes can be sent straight to your phone. Some tickets are still paper though and will be posted to you via Royal Mail.
You can cancel your monthly subscription at any time if it isn’t right for you.
If you have one child this can still save you money on activities and days out, but if you have a large family it’s a stunning deal!