Playtime helps kids develop real-world skills, such as sharing and being able to distinguish which portions of the floor are made of lava. Let the good times flow with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $13 for three open-jump sessions ($24 value)
- $79 for one week of summer camp ($150 value)
- $135 for one Classic 90 birthday party for up to 30, redeemable Monday–Thursday only ($260 value)
- $190 for one Ultimate 90 birthday party for up to 10, redeemable Sunday only ($365 value)
Open jump time and summer camp provides groups with spirited frolics amid Pump It Up's soft, interactive landscape, letting poppets soar down slides, squeeze through tunnels, and discover the ineffectiveness of ancient fortifications with a jaunt through bouncy castles. Choose from the following summer-camp sessions: June 9–13, June 23–27, July 7–11, July 21–25, or August 4–8. Camps include Includes snack, lunch, craft, bouncing, and more.
Classic parties include online invitations, festive paper goods, music, setup and cleanup, and a special gift for the birthday child.
Ultimate 90 parties include two slices of pizza per child, unlimited drinks, ice cream and cupcakes, and a goody bag for up to 10 children, as well as online invitations and paper products.
Pump It Up
Pump It Up party centers pique the spirits of young and restless rovers with safe, clean, and climate-controlled indoor arenas packed with a bevy of custom bounce houses, obstacle courses, and merry-making inflatables. Their trained staff continuously casts watchful eyes over young bouncers, ensuring that kids safely burn off excess energy as they leap, duck, and dive with abandon during open play sessions, summer camps, and birthday parties. The customizable, multi-hued playscape, vibrant with primary colors and a sound system, captures the romping imaginations of tykes and magazines alike, earning a mention in Parents Magazine’s list of "Six Fun Places to Party." Parents are always admitted for free with their child, and may join in the fun as well, engaging their inner youth as they lovingly supervise, socialize with other parents, or fill out patent papers for the world's first inflatable minivan.