Mum! Dad! Are we doing anything for Easter?

Easter is fast approaching! Whether your family is serving a classic ham dinner, crown roast of Lamb, or dining in a fine restaurant, there’s nothing more enjoyable than having your family around.

Who doesn’t like an extended weekend? More sleep with no school runs to worry about. With many children looking forward to the Annual Easter egg hunts, it can become a very expensive month.

Want to have an affordable and memorable Easter holiday, here are 4 tips;

  1. Grab an Easter Egg Bargain

Who doesn’t like the idea of spending less? The cost of Easter can appear ridiculous when you have a large family. Here are few deals to catch;

  • Buy 3 Easter Eggs for £10 at Morrison’s
  • Get four free Easter Eggs from Tesco
  • Treat you Cat and Dog to an Easter Egg from B&M
  1. Join the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt:

The National Trust has team up with Cadbury this year to provide an exciting Easter Egg Hunt for children. As stated on their website, children will have the opportunity to fight fiery dragons, solve mysteries and help friendly animals.

For parents, it’s the best way to keep the kids busy for the whole day. This event will be taking place in Birmingham Back to Backs. Family Ticket is £19.

  1. A chance to grab a 2 for 1 offer

Are you keen to go out this Easter for less? Then here’s your opportunity to save money by using the train. Whether you are travelling around London, West Midlands or East of England, your train ticket gives you the opportunity to enjoy a host of two-for-one offers at various attractions via the Days Out Guide.

  1. Enjoy a snowy Easter by participating in skiing or snowboarding

The weather forecast predicts either a snowy or raining Easter. With kids off school during this same period, it can become extremely difficult to provide a valid reason why the kids cannot have a memorable Easter. With up to 59% on Groupon, Parents and kids can gain Up to Two Hours of Recreational Skiing or Snowboarding for Up to Four at Ackers Adventure Centre.

Note: Participants must ensure that they are able to ski or snowboard to the basic recreational standard of being able to do linked turns, control the speed and direction and use a button lift, then they can use the slope for recreational use.