Deals and offers for people called Archie like Meghan and Harry's new baby Archie Harrison

by Lauren Abbott

If you or your child is called Archie then you're in luck.

To mark the news that Harry and Meghan have named their baby Archie Harrison various restaurants and attractions have launched their own celebrations offering deals and discounts to anyone sharing the royal baby's name.

Restaurant Frankie & Benny's was one of the first to kick things off - offering a free meal on Wednesday, May 8 to anyone named Archie. We take a look at some other places in around Kent where being called Archie could earn you the royal treatment...

Flip Out in Chatham
Flip Out in Chatham

Flip Out Chatham

Flip Out in Chatham is offering an energetic freebie for anyone sharing a name with the royal baby.

The trampoline park at Pier 5 says anyone called Archie, Harrison or Harry can flip for free for an hour up until Sunday (May 12).

The offer applies to walk-in visitors only, and not pre-bookable sessions, and anyone wishing to take up the free session must bring ID.

To learn more visit Flip Out Chatham's facebook page.

Enjoy a free ride on the Thames if you're called Archie
Enjoy a free ride on the Thames if you're called Archie

A ride on the Thames

Enjoy free travel on the River Thames this weekend if your name is Archie.

MBNA Thames Clippers is offering free river travel to those who share a first name with the new addition to the Royal Family.

Anyone called Archie can visit a Thames Clippers ticket office this Saturday or Sunday (May 11 and 12) after 10am, with valid ID, to claim their free single ticket.

For full details and terms and conditions visit https://www.thamesclippers.com/offers/detail/royal-baby/

Legoland are celebrating the royal birth
Legoland are celebrating the royal birth

Legoland

The LEGO themed attraction is granting free entry to anyone who shares the first name with Windsor's newest young resident.

Legoland model makers have created a new scene within Miniland which features Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, a LEGO pram made up of 50 tiny bricks and his proud parents The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

All those who are lucky enough to be called ‘Archie’, will be granted one day free entry to Legoland by showing proof of identity at the ticket office.

The offer is available for visits until July 12. Learn more here.

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