Have you heard about the Lincs Pass? Whether you’re local to Lincolnshire or you’re visiting for a quick break, this discount card can help you save money while experiencing some of the county’s best attractions, restaurants and entertainment venues. In this article we explain everything you need to know about the Lincs Pass, including what it covers and how to buy one. At Lincoln and Beyond we’re also proud card-holders ourselves, and in the weeks and months ahead we’ll be documenting where we’ve used it and how much we’ve saved.
Without further ado, let’s delve into the details of the pass….
What is the Lincs Pass?
The Lincs Pass is a savings card that gives you access to a range of discounts at visitor attractions, activities, restaurants, cinemas and accommodation across Lincolnshire.
It’s very simple: when you buy a pass, you can use all of the deals and discounts featured on it for a period of 12 months. You get a physical plastic card, and there’s also a handy mobile app you can use to browse all the discounts and access them.Buy your Lincs Pass
How much does a pass cost, and where can I buy one?
The Lincs Pass costs £9.99, which gives you access to all of its discounts for 12 months. You can order your pass on the Lincs Pass website.
What is included on the Lincs Pass?
There are over 50 discounts included on the pass. Launched in 2019, it is a new scheme and growing fast, so new deals are being added all the time – you can see the full range of current discounts here.
These are just a handful of the places that offer discounts on the card:
- Attractions: Lincolnshire Wildlife Park, Lincolnshire Aquapark, Hall Farm Park, Messingham Zoo, Baytree Owl & Wildlife Centre, International Bomber Command Centre
- Restaurants: Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Carluccio’s, Prezzo, Toby Carvery, Sizzling Pubs, Brayford Wharf Harvester
- Indoor entertainment: cinemas in Lincoln, Newark, Mablethorpe and Skegness, Laser Quest, Jump Revolution, Skegness Bowl, Boston Bowl
- Accommodation: Grange Farm Park, Canal View Bed & Breakfast, Longdales Guest House, Stallingborough Grange Hotel, The Brackenborough Hotel
How much can you save using the Lincs Pass?
The more the use the pass, the more you will save – but it’s easily possible to save more than the cost of the card on a day trip or single visit to the county. In fact, sometimes you can save more than the cost of the card through a single deal, for example 2-for-1 entry at Lincolnshire Aquapark in summer, which can save you up to £12, or 2-for-1 entry at Belvoir Castle, which can save you up to £18.
Lisa and I (the founders of Lincoln and Beyond) will be documenting our own Lincs Pass savings in a series of blog posts in 2021, so look out for those.
Do any restrictions apply to deals on the pass?
Some deals do have restrictions applied, for example for seasonality or times of the week. Check the terms of the individual deal to make sure it applies for your visit.
For any other questions, check out the frequently asked questions section of the Lincs Pass website.
Looking for ideas for your next trip to Lincoln? Read our rundown of top things to do in Lincoln for some inspiration.
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