Savvy families can get more bang for their buck by choosing to dine, shop and play with the Entertainment Membership. Filled with hundreds of ‘up to 50% off’ and ‘2 for 1’ offers across dining, travel, shopping, beauty and accommodation, the Entertainment Memberships offer a range of valuable discounts from over 10,000 merchants across Australia.
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. The Entertainment Membership is a win-win for charities and Australian families all round, with the average family saving $1,500+ per annum using the Entertainment Book and 20% of the purchase price going to the charity or goodwill venture that you purchased it from.
Whether it be saving up for a family holiday or trimming day to day costs like petrol and groceries, the Entertainment Book has practical discounts for everybody no matter what their stage of life. For those looking for fine dining and 5 Star resorts to fast food outlets and budget motels, Entertainment works closely with a wide range of businesses across the country including Woolworths, David Jones, Freedom, and Hoyts Cinemas to name a few.
If you prefer to live in a digital world, The Entertainment Book now offers a new Digital Membership where you can redeem vouchers on your smartphone. This has been an in-depth process to ensure that the redemption at every business is as seamless as it would be with a physical voucher. The hard copy of the Book will continue to coexist alongside the app for those who like to flick through something tangible while the Digital Membership will be particularly useful for those wanting to map the offers available near them in real time.
Both the Entertainment Book and the Digital Membership are exclusively sold through community fundraising organisations supporting not for profit and local community groups. Charities, schools, hospitals, rotary and sporting clubs, as well as research foundations and surf lifesaving clubs are just a few of the entities who benefit from the Entertainment fundraiser each year.
Entertainment is involved with charities such as the Cancer Council, JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) and Canteen and since 1994, the company has generated over $78.5 million for over 16,000 different fundraising groups across Australia.
“Entertainment Memberships are all about discovery and encouraging people to try new places. We’re often told people find restaurants and experiences they never would have heard about otherwise.
“The Entertainment Digital Membership opens the offers up to a more spontaneous diner who wants to be reminded of opportunities while they are on the go,” says Heidi Halson, General Manager, Entertainment Publications.
For more information please visit: www.entertainmentbook.com.au