Win a One Year Membership with Kids Pass

a family at Sea Life Centre pointing at fish and the text February competition, win a one year membership. Kids Pass

It’s almost half term and to celebrate we’ve teamed up with Kids Pass, the UK’s No.1 Family Discounts App for your chance to win a FREE Kids Pass annual membership.

The Kids Pass App gives you instant access to 1,000’s 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, up to 10% off UK family breaks and up to 50% off Eurocamp holidays.

Want to try Kids Pass for yourself?  Start a £1 trial for 30 days

What is Kids Pass?

  • Over a million Kids Pass members are saving thousands of pounds on thousands of family offers
  • Save up to 40% off at cinemas nationwide, including adult and child tickets seven days a week
  • Access to thousands of exclusive family friendly offers
  • Enjoy thousands of “Kids Eat Free” offers
  • Free App for Android and iOS to make saving even easier

Basically, you can get discounts on loads of fun stuff you can do with your kids. The cinema savings are amazing at up to 40% off, as are the ‘Kids Eat Free’ offers. It depends on which area you are in but some of the restaurants include Papa John’s Pizza, Giraffe, Bella Italia and Handmade Burger Co.

There are thousands of attractions where you can save money such as Go Ape, Diggerland, Drayton Manor and Planet Ice to name but a few.

How does it work?

Once you sign up you can see all the offers in your surrounding area. You can find one you like an print of a voucher, or even easier, just show them the app. on your phone.

You are not restricted to your local area though, it works anywhere. You can use while on holiday in the UK, or for days out further afield. Some of the restaurant offers are particularly useful when on holiday.

We used our pass to save £22 on admission to World of Country Life when we were on holiday in Devon.Kids Pass costs £39 for an annual subscription, or you can have a rolling monthly subscription of £3.99 which can be cancelled anytime. (These prices are correct at the time of this post, but are currently on special offer.Don’t forget you can sign up for a 30 day trial for just £1. Why not give it whirl


Here is your chance to win a one year membership for Kids Pass to see just how much you can save. Fill in the widget below and good luck


1. UK only (sorry)
2. Giveaway closes 25th February 2019
3. Entries will be validated according to the rules of entry
4. There is 1 prize of Kids Pass Annual membership
5. The data of anyone that enters won’t be passed on to any third parties or used for any unsolicited marketing communications.
6. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook or any other social media.
7. The winner will be randomly chosen, and will be shown on this post, with further notifications may be shared on social media.
8. The winner will be notified via email, and will need to respond within 4 weeks otherwise a further winner will be drawn

9. There are no other alternatives to the prize offered and the prize is not transferable (no cash alternative).

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  1. February 11, 2019 / 2:41 pm

    This would be an awesome price to win with so many cool attractions to check out #mmbc

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A little Note About Positive Reviews on Raisie Bay

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