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National Trust logoNational Trust 1-yr family pass 78 (norm 104)*Free entry at 300+ sites for two adults & kids. Incl Churchill's house


Castle Wray, National TrustFor a year's worth of cheap days out, you can get 25% off National Trust* annual memberships until Tue 31 Mar when you pay the full amount upfront by direct debit (which you can cancel, see below).

When you go via our links, the discounted price should appear on screen automatically - if not, simply enter the code NT15018M0 before you pay.

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What does it get you?

Free entry and parking at more than 300 historic houses, gardens and nature reserves across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, plus free admission to properties of the National Trust for Scotland. You also get a pair of binoculars, a members' handbook and three editions of the charity's magazine.

Places you can visit for free with membership include Winston Churchill's family home (Chartwell, Kent), Beatrix Potter's 17th-century farmhouse (Hill Top, Cumbria), Agatha Christie's holiday home (Greenway, Devon) and George Bernard Shaw's writing shed (Shaw's Corner, Hertfordshire).

You may sometimes have to pay for parking or entry to specific areas and special events at certain times of the year (eg, Easter egg hunts), so always check in advance.

Is it worth it?

Even with the discount, National Trust membership is only good value if you're going to get your money's worth by visiting lots of stately homes and gardens. For example, for a family to visit Basildon Park house and grounds in Reading (a Downton Abbey filming location) would cost £30+ without membership.

If you live near a National Trust property you visit often, or you regularly travel around to see historic homes and gardens, a membership will normally pay for itself after three or four separate days out. 

One extra thing to weigh up is that you have to pay for 12 months upfront to get the discount.

Important: The discounted annual price is an introductory rate for the first year of membership, so once the money's taken from your account you can cancel the direct debit if you want to avoid automatically being charged for a full-price membership next year.

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When signing up, you'll be asked to give the names and dates of birth for each person you want to be covered by the membership, so it can't be shared between more than one family.

National Trust says it cannot guarantee completely free entry at all of its properties all of the time. Some may charge for entry to specific areas or special events at certain times of year.

National Trust logoFREE National Trust entry voucherRegister 'n' print, on 20 & 21 Apr only. England, Wales, NI

Register your details then print the voucher from the National Trust to get free entry to over 200 National Trust properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on Sat 20 and Sun 21 Apr only. One voucher is valid for up to four people (max two adults).

Venues include Calke Abbey in Derby, Lyme Park in Cheshire, Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve in Cambridgeshire and Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent. See the full list.
MSE Debs says:

The most expensive property is Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, where it's 16.20 for adults and 8.10 for children. The average admission to National Trust properties is 6.50, so wherever you decide to go, it's still a decent saving.

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Participating properties only (around 80 are excluded). You can only register for the voucher once and you must print it out. Not valid for coach parties, against the cost of existing membership or with any other offers. Excludes Scotland.

National Trust logo20% cashback on National Trust membership*Combine two promos via a cashback site (direct debit only)

Sign up to become a National Trust member via cashback site Quidco* before Sun 10 Mar 2013, and you can get 20% off the membership price newbies to The National Trust only though.

Joining The National Trust via Quidco will get you 20% cashback, if it tracks. Combine this with The National Trust's ongoing offer of three months free when you pay by direct debit, and you'll save 40% on the standard membership prices. See 'more info' for details of the savings.

However, cashback is never guaranteed, so if you can't afford to pay in full, dont do it. See our Top Cashback Sites guide for more information.
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Here are the savings you could make on each membership type by combining the two offers:

  • Individual - 33.30 (usually 41.62 by direct debit)
  • Joint - 55.20 (usually 69 by direct debit)
  • Family (2 adults) - 58.20 (usually 72.75 by direct debit)
  • Family (1 adult) - 36.30 (usually 45.37 by direct debit)
  • Child - 15.60 (usually 19.50 by direct debit)
  • Young person - 15.60 (usually 19.50 by direct debit)
  • Additional member - 21.91 (usually 27.38 by direct debit)

Quidco members can only take out two National Trust memberships within 12 months. Not valid on Life memberships.
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