Breeze Pass FAQs
The Breeze Pass has replaced the Breeze Card
The Breeze Pass is a digital pass that sits as an app on your smartphone phone giving young people some pretty cool discounts, VIP experiences, priority bookings and offers to venues, events and different activities across the city and West Yorkshire.
It costs £5 per year and gives members tons of savings.
Once you have the Pass on your phone you will get notified of the latest Pass Perks which are
constantly being updated and growing.
The Breeze Pass is there to help give access to sports, arts and culture to children and young people across the city. As well as making lots of activities cheaper it also gives the chance to experience VIP offers and activities that are only for Breeze Pass members.
The new Pass offers bigger and better discounts, not only year round but special time-limited offers, in addition to the discounts there is a host of other perks, such as VIP experiences, and early bird ticket offers. While the old membership required you to remember to carry your Breezecard with you the new Pass is digital, allowing you to download an app to your phone with your membership and all the current ‘Pass Perks’ with notifications directly to your phone when new exciting perks are available.
No, there is an annual subscription fee of £5. However to make the Pass as inclusive as possible children on
free school meals and Looked After Children are entitled to a free Pass.
The Breeze Pass is for anyone aged 0-19. Parents/Guardians can buy the Breeze Pass for their children or young people can buy their own. It is aimed at children and young people living in or close to Leeds
Any family member can buy a Breeze Pass for a child or young person. They can either buy a pass for a child or if they are a young person with their own email account and access to their own money then they can buy a Breeze Pass for themselves.
You can still get a Breeze Pass if aged 0-19 and living outside of Leeds. Most of the perks, experiences and offers are for Leeds and the surrounding area but people from outside of Leeds can still enjoy the benefits of
a Breeze Pass.
1. Go to breezeleeds.org or download the Breeze Pass Leeds app from their phone’s app store
2. Register or create an account on Leeds Ticket Hub
3. Add the details of the child or young person that the Pass is for.
4. You will then receive a confirmation email from Leeds Ticket Hub with your membership details
5. Download the app from your phone’s app store
6. Activate your Breeze Pass using the Membership details (your customer number is your membership number) in the Leeds Ticket Hub emails.
The new pass is available online via www.breezeleeds.org, on the phone on 0113 3760318 or in person from City Centre Box Office at the Carriageworks Theatre, Millennium Square (please note opening hours for the Box Office vary – please check before visiting)
To activate your pass, follow the instructions on this link – you will need your customer number which can be found on your welcome email you received when you purchased the pass.
You can find all current Perks below – with many more being added all the time!
If you don’t have a smart phone, you can request a physical card which will act as your Breeze Pass – contact box office on 0113 3760318 to request a physical card
Young people are entitled to a Breeze Pass up until their 19th Birthday, however they need to renew their
membership each year – the expiry date will be shown as part of the membership details on the Breeze Pass
Breeze Pass membership is £5, it is the same cost to renew each year.
You don’t need a Breeze Pass to enter a Breeze in the Park event, you do however get the added bonus of a fast track wristband – which entitles you to fast track access on several of our fun inflatables.
Children who are eligible for free school meals and Looked After Children can get a Breeze Pass for free.
There is a specific link to use – please contact email@example.com to request the link
As part of the application you will need to enter your Benefit Claim Number (this can be found on the free school meal entitlement letter)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org detailing your issue and sending screenshots where possible so we can liaise with our technical team to get the issue resolved quickly
All complaints are to be made in writing to email@example.com