Kids are good enough at keeping themselves entertained, but it can sometimes involve sitting in their room for hours on end, a TV screen or a mobile screen.
While there seems a lot to do over the Bank Holidays with eggs hunts and devouring your body weight in chocolate, it can be hard working out what to do with the rest of the two week break.
It’s spring, and usually wet, so finding things to do that won’t break the bank isn’t always easy….but it can be 🙂
Here are some ideas to get out of the house, have some family time, without breaking the bank this Easter.
1. Kids Pass
Kids Pass members enjoy huge savings with up to 40% off at cinemas nationwide, including adult and child tickets, 7 days a week!
The best thing – you can get a KidsPass for just £1 for 30 days, so you’ll make savings straight away.
You can save thousands of pounds on thousands of family offers.
On top of cheap cinema tickets, there are loads of kids eat free deals, and you can save up to 65% off family days out and can get up to 10% off holidays.
Take advantage of the 30 day family membership for just £1 which gives you the chance to try it out for cheap.
2. Free pizza
Like pizzas? Hate the prices?
Well, you’ll love this offer then!
Grab a takeaway but don’t worry about the cost!
Try this offer to get a Dominos for free.
3. Tesco vouchers
Using Reward Partners with your Tesco Clubcard vouchers can see you quadruple the value of your points.
You can get cheaper days out, travel, eating out and more for attractions all over the UK.
If you don’t think you’ve got many vouchers, log on to the Clubcard site and they’ll all be stored, ready for you to use.
Balance a bit low, use these tips to earn even more points.
4. Cheap cinema tickets
Heading to the movies does feel like a real treat and kids of all ages love it! Trouble is, it’s EXPENSIVE!!
There’s no need to pay full price though! Take advantage of this offer to get 2 for 1 cinema tickets for an entire year.
We managed to get access for just a quid through Meerkat Movies.
Whether you want to see Dumbo, Shazam! or Captain Marvel, the tickets will get you in for cheap.
Just remember to take your own bag of popcorn!
Treasure hunting! Real life treasure hunting!
Forget the kids, Geocaching is brilliant fun for adults too!
We’ve been taking part in Geocaching for nearly 10 years and are hooked.
You use GPS coordinates to hunt for small caches all around the world.
We live in a smallish town and there are a whopping 8,676 geocaches around us! They can be hidden anywhere! From parks to forests and churches to supermarkets, you don’t need to go too far to find treasure!
You can create an account for free, download the app and start searching for caches near to you. Grab a packed lunch and you’ll be entertained all day!
We update our Geocaching finds on Instagram so be sure to give us a follow so you can see the kind of amazing treasure we’ve found!
6. Blue Peter badge
I know we said 5 tips, but we’re giving you the 6th one for free.
Essentially, if you’re looking to get a Blue Peter badge for this Easter, you’ll be out of luck.
It does take a fair amount of time to get a badge sent through.
However, you can use the two week Easter break to get your kids to get their applications ready and send them off.
Their badges should then be through in plenty of time for the summer holidays, which can help bring the costs down then 🙂
Whatever you’re up to this Easter, we hope you have an egg-cellent time!
Naomi knows the burden of living on very little and became debt free by learning from past mistakes and following her own money saving tips and tricks.