One-Hour Hot-Air-Balloon Ride for One or Two from Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides (Up to 34% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Trip glides over the Tucson Mountains, Avra Valley, and Saguaro National Park, with a continental brunch and champagne toast afterward

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 1st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Reservation required; subject to weather. 72hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. Reservations start 9/15/12. Must be 10 or older. 250lb max. Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Hot-air-balloon rides shatter the hawk community's monopoly on carrying humans in baskets. Democratize the skies with today's Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $159 for a hot-air-balloon ride for one (up to a $235 value)
  • $309 for a hot-air-balloon ride for two (up to a $470 value)

Six passengers climb into a basket and lift off into the sky for a one-hour ride over the Tucson Mountains, Avra Valley, and Saguaro National Park. Afterward, they clink champagne glasses and dig into a complimentary continental brunch. Reservations for rides start September 15.

Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides

In addition to her regular flight preparations, Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides’ co-owner Lorrie Ewer sometimes checks off a second midflight list: whether or not her passengers take each other, to have and to hold, for as long as they both shall live. As an ordained officiant, for an additional fee, she can legally conduct marriage ceremonies beneath the teal, pink, and cerulean balloon that she and her husband, Dan, initially bought to fly for pleasure but have since turned into a thriving business.

The Ewers fly passengers over the area’s most scenic vistas, such as the Tucson Mountains, Avra Valley, and Saguaro National Park, many of which boast views of local wildlife. After the flight, guests eat a continental breakfast and sip champagne as Lorrie and Dan email each person a set of photos taken during the trip, plus the phone number of the cloud that stole their heart.

Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides

In addition to her regular flight preparations, Foolish Pleasure Hot Air Balloon Rides’ co-owner Lorrie Ewer in certain circumstances checks off a second midflight list: whether or not her passengers take each other, to have and to hold, for as long as they both shall live. As an ordained officiant, she can legally conduct marriage ceremonies beneath the teal, pink, and cerulean balloon that she and her husband, Dan, initially bought to fly for pleasure but have since turned into a thriving business.

The Ewers float passengers over the area’s most scenic vistas, such as the Tucson Mountains, Avra Valley area, and Saguaro National Park, many of which boast views of local wildlife. After the flight, Dan will tell a story of the history of ballooning and Lorrie will email each person a set of photos taken during the trip.


Reviews

The scenery was gorgeous and the ride smooth and peaceful.

Janis Stelma, Customer Testimonial

Dan, Lorrie and their crew went out of thier [<i>sic</i>] way to make sure that the flight was perfect in every way.

Raimunda and Robert, Customer Testimonial

Great date experiences and other fun two-person activities
Extraordinary "bucket list" opportunities, such as skydiving and helicopter tours