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Disability Discounts: Entertainment & Travel

Discounts for disabled people. Money saving tips!

Disabled people and their carers can get discounts from some companies and organisations.

Cinema Exhibitors' Association (CEA) Card

The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas, which ensures that participating cinemas make reasonable adjustments for disabled guests when they go to the cinema; in particular, it ensures a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them.

Apply for your CEA card

Find a cinema where the CEA scheme is operating

Music & Performance Venues

Music & Performance venues run by local councils offer discounts for disabled customers, free carers tickets and accessible seating for many of their events.  Check your local venues for details.

Arts Council

Performances and Exhibitions, which are sponsored by The Arts Council, offer a free carer's ticket, as well as a reduction in price for the disabled visitor.

Information about the Arts Council Disability Equality Scheme

Local Museums & Galleries

Council run museums and galleries are free, but often have visiting exhibitions which are charged. In many cases, a free carers ticket is offered, as well as a reduction in price for the disabled visitor. For example, special exhibitions at The V&A Museum, London, offer this to disabled visitors. Check with the museum, and have some form of evidence, such as your Blue Badge or Disabled Railcard, when getting your ticket.

Carer's get Free admission at National Trust and English Heritage properties

Both the National Trust and English Heritage give free entry to companions or carers of disabled visitors. The disabled visitor pays the normal admission fee or membership. To save having to ask for free entry at a National Trust property, you can apply for an ‘Access for All Admit One Card’ in advance.

Click this link to find out how to apply for a  National Trust Essential Companion Card 

Click this link to read an article about the English Heritage Carers Go Free Policy

Travel

British Rail

Get 1/3 off rail travel for yourself and any person accompanying you with a Disabled Person's Railcard 

Further information on rail travel

National Express

Reduced price fares are available for disabled travellers, and there is a helpline to plan your journey.

National Express Assisted Travel Team can be contacted as follows:

Via the customer service centre Tel: 0371 781 81 81  lines are open 7 days a week, 8am - 10pm.

Via email: addl@nationalexpress.com

By post:

The Assisted Travel Team
National Express
National Express House
Mill Lane
Digbeth
Birmingham
B5 6DD

 

You can apply here for a National Express Disabled Coachcard and save 1/3 of the price of a ticket.

Further information for disabled travellers is available HERE

If you know of any other discounts for entertainment and travel for Blue Badge holders, please let us know at info@bluebadgecompany.co.uk

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