Budgeting & Thrifty Family & Days Out

Use Kids Pass and Save Money

We like our days out as a family, as you’ll no doubt know from reading this blog. From zoos to theme parks, the children enjoy them all, but there’s no denying that they can be expensive. So, when I heard about Kids Pass, the UK’s family discount club, and that I could use Kids Pass to save money, I was keen to find out more…

Kids Pass

Their website tells us:

Kids Pass is a fantastic new family discount Pass. It’s free to join and you get access to loads of great offers that will save you up to 50% off on family days out.
Kids Pass can be used at many different attractions all over the UK and we have a team of people adding new attractions with huge savings for you everyday.

Now, I don’t know about you, but I pretty much buy all I need on-line, from weekly shopping to any outings we go on. It’s convenient and it allows me to shop around for the best deal available. Why pay more than I need to? I use various money off sites and searches, and now, I’ve added one more to my options as I know that I will always check in with Kids Pass from now on.

It’s free to sign up to, and is growing daily. It features great family activities and outings, along with various offers and deals. A few of the deals that jumped out at me that they currently have are 40% off Odeon tickets, 50% off Tenpin bowling and 15% off at Diggerland – Little Man would love it there!

There’s not much on there at the moment by way of food, which I think could be a very popular area for families as it was actually one of the first sections that I checked out, so I am hoping that that grows. The children love the excitement of eating out, so any opportunity to save money on this would be very welcome. Some of the discounts aren’t huge, and they’re not necessarily exclusive, but I don’t really see that as an issue. Any saving is a saving, and if this is the place to go to check out both exclusive and national offers, then I’m in!

I guess to sum up, it’s a free site to join, so why wouldn’t you?!  At the moment, they’re also building an app to make it even easier to plan your days out and you get the feeling that there’s plenty more to come.

So having had a good look at this one, I, along with about another 140,000 users so far, will be visiting the website pretty much every time we’re planning to go off out, and I’ve no doubt that I’ll be saving some cash. How about you?

Disclosure: Post written in collaboration with Kids Pass, though words and opinions remain my own.

6 Comments

  1. dean of Little Steps October 4, 2014
    • Jocelyn Reading October 4, 2014
  2. Iona@Redpeffer October 7, 2014
    • Jocelyn Reading October 7, 2014
  3. Julie Lewis February 19, 2015
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