Family fun + savings with the Little Bird Family Pass

How are you feeling about the days getting longer and the weather getting (hopefully) warmer here in the UK? Excited? Looking forward to it? The Easter holidays are just around the corner, and it won’t be long before the kids are on half-term again and then off for the summer holidays. As my children are getting a bit older, eating out and family days out are also getting a lot easier to manage (and to survive – phew!), so I’m very excited to have joined the Little Bird Family Pass!


What is the Little Bird Family Pass?

Effectively, the Family Pass is a digital membership. As soon as you sign up, you have immediate access to a number of discounts for the whole family. You won’t need to remember to carry a card around with you, and you need just one membership per family, although some offers may be limited to a set number of visitors per offer, so if you have a large family, do check the offers out in advance.

Once you’ve got your pass, all you need to do is to visit the Little Bird website to check the Family Pass offers, and book the activities or days out that take your fancy! It’s that simple!

Discounts include:

  • Up to 50% off top UK attractions.
  • Up to 40% off nationwide cinema tickets.
  • And up to 50% on days out.

Plus, kids eat free at some popular restaurant chains all over the country! And with 3 children, that’s absolutely great news for us and something we’re going to take advantage of quite a lot, especially as the participating restaurants are available pretty much everywhere, so we’ll be looking out for those!


How much does it cost?  

The Family Pass is only £34.99 per year. It’s an annual membership, so it renews automatically after a year. If you’re not sure whether it’s for you yet, you can just try it out for 30 days for just £1!!! (What have you got to lose?).

Just make a note of the fact the membership will renew automatically after the 30 days have passed, so in case you decided to cancel, you’ll need to remember to go and do that. When you think about how much the pass can save you over a year, it’s a no-brainer!

Looking for things to do with the children? 

If you’re looking for inspiration and fun things to do with the family, the Little Bird website will give you tons of ideas on things to do, including:

  • Family theatre.
  • Days out.
  • Things to do over the Easter holidays.
  • and even travel and products!

I’ve personally found out about places and attractions I didn’t even know existed! And I’m looking forward to doing more activities with the children this year. If you’re not too sure about what to pick for your children, you can browse offers by age bracket, depending on the age of your children.

You have:

  • 5-8
  • 9-12
  • 13-16

But to be fair most offers apply to the whole family!

In terms of what we’ll be doing, we LOVE going to the cinema. But as you can imagine, being a family of 5, we don’t get to go as often as we’d like as it can turn out to be quite expensive! But with 40% off tickets, we can go nearly twice as often for the same price, which is a massive bonus (and a massive saving) for our family.

Little Bird donate to charity

For each Family Pass they sell, Little Bird donate £2 to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity, so by buying the pass, you’re not just saving money for your family, you’re also contributing to a great cause (and that’s always a bonus, right?).

So, what will you be doing with the children during the Easter holidays? Will you be looking into the Family Pass

Disclosure: I received a free Family Pass for my family for one year, but all views and opinions expressed in this post are my own. 


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