FAMILY holidays aren't cheap, especially when flying abroad and airports aren't known for being thrifty places.
But you can actual get meals for free at Heathrow Airport, if you know where to look.
During the school holidays, Heathrow terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5 have a Kids Eat Free offer at selected restaurants.
That means when an adult chooses an item from the main menu, kids can eat for free from the children's menu.
Restaurantsoffering the deal include:
- Caviar House Prunier Seafood Bar, T2, T3, T4 & T5
- Wondertree, T2
- Big Smoke, T2
- Leon, T2
- The London's, T2
- Pride By Fullers, T2
- YO!, T2 & T3
- Shan Shui, T2
- Spuntino, T3
- The Curator, T3
- EL&N, T3
- The Prince Of Wales, T4
- Gordon Ramsay Plane Food, T5
- Giraffe, T5
- Pilots, T5
- Kanishka, T5
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Dates are only available at most restaurants during school holidays, so for the rest of this year that means October 22-30 and December 17 to January 2.
The offer is available on Gordon Ramsay Plane Food all year round.
The age limits range between 10 and 12 years old, depending on the restaurant and there are a number of other restrictions, head to Heathrow website to find out more.
Meanwhile, if you're planning on travelling through Heathrow Airport with young kids, it's worth checking out their soft play areas.
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Heathrow Airport has soft play areas in terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5.
It also has separate baby and junior zones, slides and colouring-in and activity sheets.
All its play areas are supervised except for Terminal 3. The play areas are open from 6am until 9pm everyday, and children must be accompanied by an adult.
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Here are three of the tips she has for making your trip with your kids as easy as possible.
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