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There are just three days left of school here in Leeds before the summer holidays. If you are anything like me the fear is setting in. How am I going to keep Ellie busy for six weeks? How will I pay for it? Fortunately Kids Pass have an amazing deal to help us all out.

What is Kids Pass

Kids Pass is a digital membership with discounts at attractions, cinemas, restaurants and even holidays. There are plenty of places to choose from in all areas of the UK and for all ages. Ellie is 15 and there are lots of things for us to use. You can use Kids Pass both online and via their app.


Kids Pass view of the app


The Kids Pass deal

If you sign up to Kids Pass here you can get a 40 day trial for just £1 ! 40 days will almost see you through the entire six weeks holidays.

This does sign you up to their subscription at a much cheaper rate. So, after your 40 day trial you will pay £3.50 per month, instead of the usual £7. BUT if you cancel your trial before the end of the 40 days the subscription won’t renew. For younger families who can have days out throughout the year keeping the membership going for just £3.50 is well worth it.


What we will be using the Kids Pass membership for

I have two weeks off work during the summer holidays and I’m planning on cramming as much as possible in. Firstly Blackpool. It’s near to us so is a Seaside town we visit at least once a year. We both love the Blackpool Pleasure Beach and we can get 49% off the entrance fee with Kids Pass. Whilst in Blackpool, Kids Pass also has 40% off the Sealife Centre and 25% off Blackpool Zoo. We haven’t been to either of these attractions before so it will be nice to do something different there. With all the money we save on entrance fees there will be plenty left over for a cheap B&B to make a mini break out of it.


Blackpool Kids Pass


As adrenaline junkies both me and Ellie are happy there are another two theme parks close to us we can use Kids Pass discount for. We will have a 40% discount at Alton Towers and £18 tickets for Lightwater Valley.


Lightwater Valley Kids Pass


If there are any rainy days or if Ellie wants to do something with her friends, Kids Pass have 40% off cinema tickets at Vue. I really want to see the new Mama Mia and Mission Impossible so hopefully Ellie will come to those with me! If Ellie goes with her friends the 40% discount will cover their bus fare and some sweets or popcorn too.

Whilst we’re out and about visiting all these places Kids Pass have plenty of restaurant offers to keep us full. From Pizza Hut, Prezzo, Bella Italia and Barburito to pub chains and independent restaurants there will be something near us wherever we are. Some have free or discount kids meals and some offer money off the whole bill.


Pizza Kids Pass Catalonia holiday diary takeaway pizza


I really love that as well as using Kids Pass to treat Ellie, there are still plenty of things I can use it for myself. If Ellie is out I can go to the cinema or for a meal with my friends. I can even have a girly day in a theme park or walking around a museum with them.

If Kids Pass is something you need for the summer holidays make sure you sign up for your £1 trial.


Summer holiday plans with Kids Pass cheap days out budget days out



*I have received a 3 month trial, however this does not change my thoughts on Kids Pass and I would definitely be taking advantage of the trial if I hadn’t received this.

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8 comments on “Summer holidays on a budget with Kids Pass *”

  1. The Kids Pass sounds great for those with children looking to save money on activities during the summer holidays 🙂 I hope you and Ellie have a fab time together Helen x

  2. OK, you had me at ‘try it for £1’! I’m off to sign up right now. Any way to save a bit of money on days out over the 6 week holidays sounds like a great deal to me 🙂

    Louise x

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