School holiday boredom busters that won’t break the bank

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Keeping the kids occupied can be a challenge when you’re trying to stick to the family budget.

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Keeping the kids occupied over the school holidays can be a challenge, especially when you’re trying to stick to the family budget.

RACQ spokesperson Renee Smith said RACQ members were eligible for a range of membership discounts that could help them keep the children entertained.

“Plenty of Queenslanders have taken up these discount offers, with our members saving almost $21 million in the past 12 months,” Ms Smith said.

“Members can save up to 40% on Event Cinemas movie eVouchers by pre-purchasing these through RACQ. Members can also access adult eSavers for $12.50 and child eSavers for just $10.”

Ms Smith said there was also a range of discounts on experiences and attractions.

“From cut-price tickets at theme parks and attractions like Dreamworld, Australia Zoo and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, to savings on hot air ballooning and jet boating, there is something for everyone,” she said.

“If you’re worried about how much it’ll cost to ferry the kids around in the car, RACQ members can save four cents per litre off fuel when filling up at participating Puma Energy and Pacific Petroleum servos.”

To find out how you can save, download the RACQ Discounts App or visit RACQ.com/discounts to scroll through thousands of offers available to members.

The information in this article has been prepared for general information purposes only and is not intended as legal advice or specific advice to any particular person. Any advice contained in the document is general advice, not intended as legal advice or professional advice and does not take into account any person’s particular circumstances. Before acting on anything based on this advice you should consider its appropriateness to you, having regard to your objectives and needs.

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The information in this article has been prepared for general information purposes only and is not intended as legal advice or specific advice to any particular person. Any advice contained in the document is general advice, not intended as legal advice or professional advice and does not take into account any person’s particular circumstances. Before acting on anything based on this advice you should consider its appropriateness to you, having regard to your objectives and needs.