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Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Free 3mth gallery and museum pass plus much much more!

Free 3mth gallery and museum pass.


Get three months' free entry to 200 UK museums and galleries with a free National Art Pass.
How do I get it?
Please note that ArtFund, which supplies the pass, is a charity with a small team behind it, and may struggle with demand. So if the website's slow, try again later - the offer's on till Tues 31 May 2011.
Fill out this online form and the card will be posted to you within 10 working days. Please only sign up if you know you'll use it.
What do I get?
Free entry for three months to 200 museums and galleries in the UK including:
    Kensington Palace, London (normally £12.50 on the door) Cardiff Castle, Wales (normally £11) 3 Shakespeare Houses, Warwickshire (worth over £12.50) Falkland Palace, Scotland (normally £11)
See all participating free museums and galleries or search by location for those near you. The card will also give you 50% off some exhibitions. See half price exhibitions for a full list of those included.
The deal: Free museum and gallery entry for three months. Valid: On the day. How: Fill out this online form. Get by: Tues 31 May 2011 Expires: 3 months from date of issue.Offer from: ArtFund. Restrictions: One free trial card is allowed per person and you must be 18 or over.
2for1 UK Gardens incl Eden ProjectMagazine-based offer
Get May’s edition of Gardeners’ World magazine (£3.70) and in it you’ll find a card for 2for1 entry to 260 UK gardens. It's valid for one free adult entry with every full-paying adult per visit until 30 Apr 2012.

But you can use it as many times as you like before it expires for big discounts. For example, use the card at Garden picture the Eden Project to save £20 (the cost of an adult ticket on the door).

Gardens in the offer include:
  • Eden Project, Cornwall
  • National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire
  • Castle Howard, York
  • Great Dixter, East Sussex
  • Little Sparta, Lanarkshire
Terms & conditions vary by venue, so check the mag first, which has a guide to all the gardens.

You can get some 2for1s via National Rail's Days Out Guide promotion, such as the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, so check it first in case it's cheaper to buy a train ticket instead.

The deal: 2for1 garden entry. Valid: On the day. How: Use 2for1 card from May’s Gardeners’ World. Get by: Fri 27 May 2011 Expires: 30 Apr 2012. Excludes: See mag for exclusions & extra terms. Offer from: Gardeners’ World. Restrictions: Not valid with other offers. Garden entry only, unless otherwise stated. It's worth contacting the garden before visiting.
£39 for £62.50 top price Phantom of the Opera ticketsBook online
Get top price tickets worth £62.50 to the West End musical Phantom of the Opera for £38.25 (and 75p restoration levy, so £39 in total). You can book until Sun 15 May 2011 for Mon - Thurs performances up to Thurs 26 May.

To get the deal, book online via See Tickets. You don't need a code, simply select the date and the seats on offer will show up automatically.
The Phantom of the Opera musical was created by Andrew Lloyd Webber and is based on a novel by Gaston Leroux. It revolves around a beautiful soprano, Christine DaaƩ, who becomes the obsession of a mysterious, disfigured musical genius. It's on at Her Majesty's Theatre in London.
The deal: £39 for £62.50 top price tickets.Valid: Mon - Thurs performances. How: Book online. Expires: Sun 15 May 2011. Excludes: Fridays and Saturdays. Offer from: See Tickets Restrictions: Subject to availability.