View discounts, coupon codes and promo deals to keep the kids entertained these school holidays

Something for everyone: Keeping the kids entertained these school holidays doesn't have to be hard, or expensive, with these deals from Australian Coupons. Photo: Shutterstock
Something for everyone: Keeping the kids entertained these school holidays doesn't have to be hard, or expensive, with these deals from Australian Coupons. Photo: Shutterstock

The school holidays are almost here again and for parents scratching their heads about what to do with their kids who have even more free time than usual, Australian Coupons has got you covered.

Whether you're in lockdown or one of the lucky ones with a few more freedoms to get out and about, there are plenty of things to do.

School holiday activities don't have to be hard to put together, or very expensive either... And Australian Coupons has the deals to prove it.

Lifespan Kids is offering up to 25 per cent off plus free shipping. They have lots of fun outdoor products including trampolines, cubby houses and inflatables for the pool, plus they have recently expanded to have more indoor play products such as dollhouses, play kitchens and workbenches for those without a backyard.

Target is offering $20 off of orders over $100 and $50 off orders over $200. Target offers a wide range of products at an affordable price to liven up the school holidays. Stock up on board games, puzzles, Lego, books, video games and much more to make the school holidays a hit.

Since its launch back in 2013, Kinguin has provided gamers with the option to trade video games at fair prices. Kinguin is offering 20 per cent off your next video games order so you can build worlds in Minecraft and The Sims 4, play ball in NBA 2K22 and put the pedal to the metal with games like F1 2020.

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For the avid bookworm, Book Depository is offering up to 50 per cent off with free delivery. Book Depository is one of the largest online bookstores out there, so you will be sure to find something that will capture their imagination and take them into a world of fantasy for the day. We suggest Drum Roll Please, It's Stevie Louiseby Australian comedian, Tanya Hennessy.

Smiggle is offering up to 70 per cent off. Smiggle is a colourful and quirky stationery brand that sells everything from pens, notebooks and pencil cases, to fun gadgets to keep the kids entertained. Don't forget to grab one of their advent calendars for the upcoming festive season before they sell out. Only 15 more Fridays until Christmas!

Get a verified $30 off sitewide at Red Balloon, one of Australia's biggest experience gifts retailers. Red Balloon now has a mixture of experiences both inside and out of the home for a wide range of ages to enjoy. So treat your kids to an online hula hoop class or a cooking class.

And finally, for those who can get away, Booking.com is offering 15 per cent off local breaks, longer trips and everything in between. Whatever your budget Booking.com has an option for you.

Disclaimer: While ACM has endeavoured to ensure that the information above is correct at the time of publishing, deals are subject to change without notice.

This story Bust the boredom with school holiday bargains first appeared on The Canberra Times.