Kids Pass – free meals, 40% off cinemas & 50% off theme parks

Kids Pass is a nifty membership scheme where you can get access to over 3,700 offers (some are stonkingly good). These include free meals at over 1,200 restaurants, 40% off cinema tickets for adults and children, 50%+ off theme parks and holidays and 2for1 days-out and fun activities.

Kids pass free trials and special offers

Typically, Kids Pass costs £75 a year (though there’s always a deal to be had!), but right now you can get a 40 day trial for £1.

Kids Pass say that a family can save easily between £500 a £1,000 a year on food, cinema, days out and holidays – so you’ll make your money back in no time if you use it – which is especially easy to do during school holidays!

It’s even better if you get a free or £1 trial, because if you feel like you’re not going to get your money’s worth out of it – you can just cancel at any time (and you don’t have to call up to cancel either – I hate when you have to do that!)

What do I get with a Kids Pass?

So what do you get with your Kids Pass? The fill list is on the website – but here are some of my favourite deals.

Oh, it’s important to note that just one membership covers the whole family (even if you’re that family with 22 kids!). Granny and Grandpa too!

Cinema Deals

Probably my favourite perk of Kids Pass membership is you get up to 40% off cinema tickets for children AND ADULTS – SEVEN DAYS A WEEK at most major cinema chains, as well as some independent cinemas.

You save on average £10.34 on cinema tickets.

Big ones include:

  • Cineworld
  • Odeon
  • Vue
  • Showcase
  • Empire
  • Picturehouse

Ahem – you know, if you get a decent discount at your local cinema chain, it might be worth signing up even if you don’t have kids!

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To get your cinema tickets, you’ll have to buy them via the Kids Pass app or the website. It’s not the kind of situation where you can just show your phone when you get to the cinema and you’ll get the discount then and there.

Restaurant Deals

Notable restaurants where kids eat free or for £1 (with a paying adult) include:

  • Bella Italia
  • Giraffe
  • Prezzo
  • Handmade Burger
  • Pizza Hut
  • Hard Rock Cafe

Days Out Deals

Get up to 65% off at 1000’s of the top UK attractions. Including Kidzania which is frankly the best place in the UK – check out my review!

  • Theme Parks (good ones too – including Oakwood in Wales, Drayton Manor, Blackpool Pleasure Beach etc)
  • Bowling
  • Zoos (inc Edinburgh zoo, Twycross, loads of aquariums which I suppose are zoos for fish)
  • Play Centres
  • Trampolining
  • Go Karting

Holiday Deals

You can get up to 50% off holidays with Kids Pass at some really good places, including:

  • Eurocamp (Oh I love Eurocamp!)
  • Haven
  • Cottages.com
  • Hoseasons
  • Away Resorts
  • Forest Holidays
  • Parkdean Resorts
baby playing in the sand

Kids Pass app

You’re probably going to want the Kids Pass app rather than just working through the website.

It’s available on iTunes and Google Play.

On the app, it shows you what you have saved, shows you offers depending on where you are, and of course – claim offers within the app (some you download right then and there, some you’ll be sent paper tickets).

How to cancel Kids Pass

If you do get sign up to a Kids Pass £1 trial, once it’s up, the ongoing subscription will renew at £39.99.

You may decide it’s worth it – but if not, you can cancel by emailing [email protected] or by calling 01612 448225.

What I do, is stick dates to unsubscribe from free trials in my diary – so I never forget to do it.

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Do you have a Kids Pass membership? What do you love or dislike about it? Let me know in the comments.

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