Discounts for families
Discounts and concessions for families
Discounts for families and young people from leisure to transport.
If you or your child has a disability, take a look at these SEND discounts.
Sports and Leisure
Better Leisure Centres
Discounted Better Leisure membership is available in Chiltern and South Bucks to anyone currently receiving benefits.
It's also available to people with disabilities, full-time students and senior citizens.
Wycombe leisure card
The Wycombe leisure card is free to Wycombe residents and gives discounts on local leisure centre activities and priority booking.
If you live in another district you buy the card. Prices vary by age.
Things to do
Kid's Pass is a card you can subscribe to and it gives access to 1000s of offers on days out like theme parks, aquariums and zoos. It's even accepted at some restaurants too.
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The ODEON cinema runs kids screenings where grown-ups pay kids' prices.
These screening happen at some locations every Saturday and Sunday and every day during the school holidays.
Vue Mini Mornings
Mini Mornings at Vue Cinemas give both adults and kids entry from £2.49.
Mini Mornings run on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10am, plus every day in the school holidays.
Family and Friends Railcard
If you've got a child aged 5 to 15, you can buy a Family and Friends Railcard which gives 1/3 off train travel for adults and 60% off for kids. Kids under 5 travel completely free.
The railcard can give a discount for up to 4 adults travelling together with up to 4 kids.
There are railcards for 16 to 25s and 26 to 30s that also give a 1/3 train travel.
Traveling in London
If you have a railcard, you could get your railcard link with your standard pay as you go Oyster card so you'll automatically get a reduced fare when eligible.
Take your railcard and Oyster card to a member of station staff at a London Underground station.
Children and young people can also get Oyster photocards for the London Underground which gives free or discounted travel across the network.
18+ Student Oyster photocard (if they live in a London borough during term)
If you're visiting with children who don't have an 11-15 Zip Oyster photocard, they can get discounted travel for up to 14 days with the Young Visitor discount. The discount can be added to a standard Oyster card or Visitor Oyster card by a member of staff.