Half term holidays can be a challenge, not only to entertain the kids but to keep it at an affordable cost. Some of the week we had things planned like utilizing our Merlin passes at the local SEALIFE Centre for example. Kids would do things around the house play games etc. and ofcorse seeing family.
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The Film Fan in us
But we are big film fans and I decided to take advantage of the meerkats 2 for 1 on Tuesday and Wednesday. But looking into it further I found out the Odeon does a kids club. As cinema’s go I do like Odeon cinemas a lot, however, they are normally more expensive than some of the other cinemas local to us, and I can’t justify the hike in the
Day 1 with Tigger
So Tuesday, Tigger and I set off to watch Spiderman into the
So after our packed lunch, prepped for it at home ready lol, we went for the next film. So with Odeon doing any film for £5, I used our meerkat 2 for 1! so this made the price £5 in total, we decided to watch lego movie 2. Tigger and I are massive Lego fans, and really enjoyed the first one. It was ok, I prefer the first one myself, Tigger liked the character Rex and still had a good time
Day 2 with Roo and Tigger
So after day
We went to the
Keeping costs low
Of course, there are things you can do during the half-term week that cost no money, I realise that, and we did some. But this was a great way to break up the week and take advantage of offers and have those special moments. To me, whether I was really young or even now, going to the movies is still a special thing to do. one of our favourite things to do and the kids really enjoyed the 2 days.
Price will change, at the time we did these days the price was a good level, and no doubt change in the future, however, there will always be an opportunity to play the deals and prices. That’s what you need to be looking out for in my opinion, that’s what we did.