$5 for an Open-Jump Pass to Jump Around Utah ($10 Value)

Salt Lake City

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In a Nutshell

  • All-access pass to indoor inflatable environment
  • Tunnels, slides & obstacles
  • Sitting area & WiFi for parents

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Expires Dec 8th, 2011. Limit 6 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Physicists estimate that 47% of the energy in the universe is stored in stars, and the other 98% rages inside human children. Release your child's unyielding cosmic energy with today's Groupon: for $5, you get one open-jump pass to Jump Around Utah (a $10 value).

Jump Around Utah lets tots perfect their hopping skills and exercise away pent-up energy in an indoor inflatable arena brimming with bouncy surfaces and billowy obstacles. The open-jump pass allows aspiring gymnasts and moonwalkers to cavort all day long in the brightly colored activity center. They'll explore bounce houses, swan dive onto a 40'x25' inflatable jumping pillow, and traverse a play land of climbing areas, slides, and tunnels perfect for taking shelter in during impending bounce-pocalypses. The daily schedule changes weekly, so be sure to check it before heading out for a leapfrog fest.

Parents, admitted free of charge, may join in on the jumping or keep an eye on their kids from within a comfortable sitting area. The free WiFi gives adults access to email accounts and the latest news on grown-up things, such as the stock market and celebrity dog marriages. While the admission fee for children 3 and older is $10 for open jump, admission for 2-year-olds is $4, 1-year-olds $2, and those under 1 year old free.

Jump Around Utah

Youngsters challenge gravity as they bound across the brightly colored confines of Jump Around Utah. The literal centerpiece of Jump Around's facility is their inflated jumping pillow, a natural 40'x25' pocket of air that construction crews discovered when they broke ground in 2010. Several inflatable structures surround the pillow, including twin slides and obstacle courses. Foam-wrapped scaffolding supports a 20-foot-tall by 30-foot-long network of tunnels and slides that kids can crawl through. While their little ones burn off excess energy, parents keep watch from the sitting area, complete with free WiFi.