If you’ve received this in your inbox it means that, at some point, you’ve signed up to be sent my latest blog posts by email – thank you.
I just wanted to let you know that I now also have a newsletter, and that you can sign up for that too, if you’d like to.
What’s the difference between this and the newsletter, you may ask? Well, this subscription is a way for you to read the posts that I publish on mumsdotravel.com. The newsletter is a different thing entirely.
The newsletter is sent out by email. It doesn’t appear on mumsdotravel.com and it’s a way for me to let you know what I’m up to and also to share travel offers and competitions with you.
I’m often sent details of travel discounts, free child places and other family travel deals. Some of them are good offers, but I don’t include them in my blog posts, because they don’t seem to fit. I really wanted to be able to share some of these offers with you, and that’s why I set up the newsletter.
For example, in the newsletter last week I included a great offer from family membership discount company Kids Pass – here it is, in case it’s something which you would use:
Kids Pass members enjoy great discounts of up to 67% at some of the UK’s top theme parks, cinemas and other attractions. There are also discounts and free kids meals on offer at a range of restaurants.
Mums do travel readers can buy an annual pass for £30.00, which is a 50% discount on the full price. You only need one Kids Pass per household, so it offers excellent value if you like going out on family trips.
To buy a Kids Pass at this discounted rate of £30 go to kidspass.co.uk and use the discount code KPCMUMS
How to subscribe
If you’d like to subscribe to my newsletter, you can do so at the very top of this page, where it says ‘Sign up for my free newsletter’. Once you’ve signed up you can download my tips for saving money on family travel. Be assured that I will never share the contact details of my subscribers with anyone.