Saving Money On Easter Treats with tastecard

The Easter holidays are fast approaching and many parents are starting to question how they will fill the days without spending a small fortune.

Free or low cost activities 

Of course, there are plenty of things that are either totally free or just cost the price of fuel or a parking ticket, so remember that and don’t feel pressured to book tons of expensive days out.

If you live near to the sea, why not get some beach time in over the Easter break? Take a walk, have a paddle, explore the rock pools, look out for wildlife, or even go on a litter pick and give your local environment a boost.

Perhaps you live near a lake or reservoir, or a country park. Get outside, walk together, ride bikes and scooters, explore the local area.

Want to stay indoors? You could see what’s happening at your local leisure centres, libraries, youth clubs and community centres. Many places have free or small cost activities running through the school holidays that you could potentially get involved in.

No access to a car and can’t afford public transport for the whole family? Why not go on an adventure at home? Let the children camp out in the lounge/back garden/yard, have a movie day with some popcorn or do some Easter crafts or baking perhaps? Check you local Facebook groups for local Easter activities too. Many places arrange Easter Egg Hunts for a small fee or donation.

Out and about with tastecard

If you are looking to get out and about this Easter holiday, but looking to do this as cheaply as possible, you might be able to benefit from tastecard. tastecard offers incredible dining, attraction, and cinema discounts and will make the perfect companion this Easter break when many families will be out and about enjoying the first of many warm days to come. 

With tastecard you can save money on a range of days out such as SEA LIFE, iFly, The Blackpool Tower and Alton Towers. You can also save on tickets at cinemas such as ODEON, VUE, Cineworld and SHOWCASE. The easiest way to do this is to download the app and register, you then purchase cinema e-codes which you then input to the cinema website when you purchase the tickets.

As an example, with the 54p admin fee from tastecard you would pay just over £40.00 for six tickets at Vue. Cineworld allows you to choose between adult and child prices and with no additional booking fee from tastecard this comes in at £36.66 for two adults and four children. Cineworld also has deals on drinks and popcorn via the app. For example, you can add two large drinks and a large popcorn for £7.88, or a regular drink and regular popcorn for £4.95. The ODEON comes in slightly cheaper at £37.78 for two adults and two children. Please note, tastecard cinema discounts can vary by location. Head to the app to check what savings you can get at your local cinema.

If you are looking for a bigger day out you could do something like LEGOLAND DISCOVERY CENTRE in Birmingham and get the combi SEA LIFE ticket for £29.50 per person.

If eating out as a family is more your thing and you’d  like to save a few pounds on this over the Easter period. tastecard could help here too. All you have to do is search Manchester restaurant deals for example and you’ll be transported to all the best food deals in the area.Whether it’s a 2 for 1 deal at Prezzo or 25% off your bill at Gio, you’ll be saving quite a bit on a family meal out! I’ve just looked in my local area and a very nice Indian Restaurant offers 50% off the food bill via tastecard – that’s crazy!

Whatever you decide to do over the Easter holidays, remember that it’s often the simple things that end up meaning the most to children.


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