Deals and discounts on bowling, Inflata Nation, cinema and golf this Easter school holidays

It’s the school holidays which means you’re no doubt on the hunt for things to do with the kids. But we all know how expensive things are, especially in the current climate, so you’ll be wanting to make the most of any savings you can get.

We’ve already shared a list of places kids can eat for free or just a quid over the Easter break, now we’re looking at places where you can get a deal or a discount on those trips out.

: Things to do with the family this Easter across Greater Manchester

Here are some deals and discounts you can make the most of this holidays

Bowling

Both Hollywood Bowl and Namco at the Trafford Centre have deals on bowling this Easter. Bunnies ‘N’ Bowling at Hollywood Bowl is giving early bowlers 25% off bowling, when you bowl before 11am. Simply book online using the code Easter2225. There’s also various activities running at the different centres throughout the break.

If you bowl between 5pm and 7pm, you’ll get a bunny pin – knock them all down and win an Easter egg.

At Namco Funscape inside the Trafford Centre you can enjoy a game of bowling for £5 per person if you book between 10am and 12pm.

The Big Easter Hunt is also running for people to follow the clues and win an Easter treat. The hunt is on from now until April 19. Bowling can be booked here.

© Manchester Evening News Bunnies ‘N’ Bowling at Hollywood Bowl

Inflata Nation, Trafford

Kids can get their bounce on at Inflata Nation over half term and bag a discount while they’re at it. Bouncers at the Trafford site can get 15% off by booking in advance using the code EASTERman.

The inflatable theme park includes everything from a Gladiators-style duel and assault course to bouncy bubbles, a giant ball pool and thrilling drop slide.

There is also a dedicated area for under-fours with a slide and ball pool. The venue is open even longer over the holidays too, from 10am to 7pm Monday to Friday and from 10am to 7pm at weekend.

One-hour bounce sessions cost £5.99 for under-fours and £10.99 for everyone else. Tickets can be booked online.

© Manchester Evening News Bouncers can get 15% off at Inflata Nation this Easter

Cinema

Most cinemas run cheaper deals for early showings through the holidays. Among the films being shown over the break are Rabbit Academy at Vue and Cineworld for £2.49 and £2.50 a ticket. For Vue’s Mini Mornings, book here. To book Cineworld, visit the website here.

© Manchester Evening News Rabbit Academy is showing at Cineworld and Vue

Dino Falls Adventure Golf

Families can get more for their money at Dino Falls this Easter. An Easter hunt is running from now until April 22 – head out on the course to discover the hidden eggs. Snap a selfie with three eggs to claim a FREE chocolate treat.

There’ll also be free face painting taking place on April 9 and 10 with Funky Faces Manchester.

The attraction, near the Trafford Centre, features a Rapids course and a Volcano course, with its own six-metre walk-through spouting volcano.

It’s the biggest adventure golf venue outside of London and features everything from a Tyrannosaurus Rex and baby Triceratops to Velociraptors and a Diplodocus.

The attraction is open daily from 7am to 10.30pm. Tickets cost £9 for adults, £7 for under 16s, or £28 for a family of two adults and two children. Additional children £5 each. Tickets must be purchased to take part in the egg hunt. Book online.

© Manchester Evening News An Easter hunt is running at Dino Falls

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