The Entertainment Book: Saving Money on Family Holidays

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Buy a 30 day digital membership when you holiday in Bali, costs $30 and can save you $000s

We all know the Entertainment Book, right? Beloved fundraiser of preschools and many charities.

The problem with the pesky book was that we had to remember to put the damn thing in our bag.

But nowadays the Entertainment Digital Subscription means that if we have our phone, we have access to all the discounts.

AND… did you know there are many deals and savings on family holidays too?


Here are five holiday savings examples:

  1. 25% off Captain Cook’s Fiji Cruises
  2. 20% off Intercontinental Hotels and Resorts, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn 
  3. Up to 50% off with Mantra Hotels (always fab for families)
  4. 15% off Australia’s most popular theme parks including Dreamworld, Movie World and Sea World
  5. Up to 10% off Emirates airfares booked online, 5% off Virgin Australia and Jetstar airfares and up to 25% off travel insurance

Book me in for one of each.


Actually I will use that Emirates discount as I’ll be off to see Mum in Scotland again in January.

ALSO… I didn’t realise that you can buy month long digital membership to Bali and many other destinations for just $30, so when on holiday you can take up local offers.

The Entertainment Digital Subscription or Book is always worth it, if you remember to use it!

Starting from just $60, depending on which edition you require, it only takes one or two offers to be redeemed to easily make this initial cost back in savings.

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There are so many discounts available in our area of Sydney. Must immediately book a long lunch with friends!

Read about all the offers on the Entertainment Book website here.

Can I suggest buying the digital membership or book through the Cancer Council here. 20% of the cost goes to support them.


Do you use the Entertainment Book or Digital Pass?

Fancy a wee escape out to lunch or for a girls’ dinner?



Our family was gifted a Digital Membership. All ideas and opinions are my own. We’ve bought the Entertainment Book for many years previously.

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1 Comment

  1. says: jo

    Wow, this seems like it could be a great money saver – if you are organised. I’m often full of great intentions and then book something before I remember, “Oops, I had a discount voucher for that!” Have Pinned this post 🙂

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