How to get cheap kids' entry to theme parks and attractions over the summer holidays | The Sun

FAMILIES can get cheap access to theme parks and attractions this summer via a UK restaurant.

With the summer holidays around the corner, parents will be looking for ways in which they can keep their kids entertained, without spending a fortune.

One thing they can do is sign up to the Hungry Horse database online.

The restaurant chain has teamed up with Kids Pass and are offering three months free membership for anyone who joins their mailing list.

The pass is open to any new sign ups and offers 1000’s of discounts on a variety of family activities, including theme parks, cinemas, aquariums and other attractions.

There is up to 57 per cent off kids' theme park tickets, 50 per cent off days out and even free meals available with the pass.

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Normally, it would cost £3.99 a month per person, making the Hungry Horse offer a saving of £11.97.

The offer went live on June 29 and is available until September 3.

Those who sign up will receive a voucher that entitles them to a three-month Kids Pass membership.

The voucher must then be redeemed by October 3 and is available to new email subscribers only.

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Memberships are allocated on a first-come first-served basis, with the first 500,000 new sign ups receiving the voucher. After this point the free membership window will close.

Only one voucher code is allowed per person and per email address and the promotion is open to UK residents only, aged 18+.

Sarah Williams, senior marketing manager for Hungry Horse, said: “The school summer holidays are the perfect time for making memories as a family and what better way to do that than to enjoy the endless variety of activities and attractions available around the country together.

“Keeping your kids entertained throughout the six week holidays is no easy feat and can certainly be expensive.

"We’re delighted to partner with Kids Pass to offer families the chance to make significant savings and really make the most of their summer break together.”

Michael Kilmartin, Partnership Director of Kids Pass, said: "We are excited to collaborate with Hungry Horse to offer families a fantastic opportunity to save money and enjoy quality time together this summer. 

“Through this partnership, we aim to create unforgettable experiences for families across the country, making it easier and more affordable for them to create lasting memories and have fun.”

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