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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $178 for a hot air balloon ride for one, redeemable Monday–Thursday only ($265 value)
- $347 for a hot air balloon ride for two, redeemable Monday–Thursday only ($530 value)
- $209 for a hot air balloon ride for one, redeemable any day ($295 value)
- $415 for a hot air balloon ride for two, redeemable any day ($590 value)
Groups of up to 12 take to the sky in hot air balloon flights that last 60–90 minutes, showcasing views of the Rocky Mountains. Beforehand, passengers nosh on a breakfast spread of tea and french-press coffee, fruit salad, yogurt, and granola. Afterward, participants close their flight with a champagne toast. Flights take off from a launch site located within a 20-mile radius of Boulder city limits.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Flights begin 5/15/15. Reservations required, must schedule flight by 8/31/15. Subject to availability and weather (length of ride may vary due to weather). Max weight 220 lbs. per person. Must be in good physical heath, able to stand for 1 hr, and endure landing.. No expectant mothers or passengers who had surgery within 6 months. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adventure Balloon Sports
In the 1700s, a hot air balloon was a strange and potentially worrisome sight, especially because pilots often landed in unsuspecting civilians’ backyards. To build goodwill with anyone they scared, balloon pilots carried a bottle of champagne on every flight. This tradition of the convivial champagne toast still lives on at Adventure Balloon Sports, where, after each landing, the company’s FAA-certified pilots pour a celebratory glass of bubbly for each passenger.
But before the toast, the adventure begins as flights soar skyward, showcasing Colorado’s rugged terrain and the majestic sprawl of the Rocky Mountains. No two flights are the same—after departing, pilots can only fully control the balloon’s vertical motion, meaning balloons often safely land in neighboring towns, rather than in the local hot air balloon parking lot.