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10 Money-Saving Discounts To Help Keep Kids Entertained During The Teachers' Strike

29/06/2011 20:48 | Updated 22 May 2015
10 ways to keep kids entertained during the teachers' strikesAP

Wondering what to do with the kids tomorrow? An estimated 20,000 schools will be closing their gates for the day while teachers and other public workers protest against pension changes, so if you're taking a day off work or want to do something special, heres our guide to money saving deals.

Financial comparison site www.moneysupermarket.com has secured exclusive money saving deals for some of the country's top attractions for one day only and the choice includes ten pin bowling, theme parks, Laser Quest and a trip to Blackpool Pleasure beach.

Our top 10 suggestions:

Blackpool Pleasure Beach has 2 for 1 admissions; saving up to £32 on the adult price.

Laserquest, available at 24 locations, is offering two games for the price of one saving £5.95 a time.

Go bowling at Tenpin (www.tenpin.co.uk) at over 37 locations where kids play for free, saving £5.25 a game.

Woburn Safari Park has up to 60 off the gate price, saving you up to £16.30 off the standard adult ticket and £13 off the child price.

Drayton Manor also has a 2 for 1 admissions deal, saving up to £32 a time on the adult ticket and £25 on the kids price.

Chester Zoo has free children's tickets worth £11.95 when you buy an adult ticket.

For something different check out the Blue Reef Aquarium at locations including Hastings, Newquay, Tynemouth and Portsmouth where kids go free, saving you £7.40 a time.

Ripley's 'Believe it or not' weird and wonderful attractions has a 'buy one. get one for £1' deal with savings of up to £24.95 a time.

To bag your moneysaving discount voucher just go to www.moneysupermarket.com/vouchers and search for the deal you want or enter your postcode to find out what's available in your area.

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