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What You'll Get
Without the advent of trampolines, children wouldn't be able to recreate the thrilling moment of the Apollo 11 mission when Buzz Aldrin jumped 50 feet into the air and performed a galaxy-shattering dunk through Saturn's rings. Go for a lunar leap with today's Groupon to Airborne Trampoline Arena, located in Draper. Choose between the following options:
- For $8, you get one hour of trampoline-arena time for two (a $17.10 value including tax).
- For $16, you get one hour of trampoline-arena time for four (a $34.20 value including tax).
Airborne Trampoline Arena fields high-flying activities across its indoor airspaces, created by strapping dozens of trampolines together into a web of bouncy joviality. More than 75 interconnected trampolines fill the 10,000 square feet of the main arena, where gravity gloaters can somersault off the 270-degree trampoline walls and into The Pit, a huge chasm filled with foam cubes from which no boredom can escape. A separate arena and foam pit for kids under the age of 8 stimulates young ones' bounding needs while preserving the imperative myth that grown-ups have no fun.
Parents wishing to remain firmly grounded can retire to the lounge, where they can watch flat-screen televisions or check their email and calculate their offspring's flight trajectories over the free WiFi. A snack bar keeps bouncers well nourished on their skyward missions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver; under 18 must have guardian-signed waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Airborne Trampoline Arena
Airborne Trampoline Arena has found a playful alternative to wall-to-wall carpeting—wall-to-wall trampolines. Kids bounce on the center's vast springy surface or literally bounce off the walls, which have wall-mounted trampolines of their own. For a break from bouncing, jumpers dive into massive foam pits filled with cushiony blocks. Youngsters explore the play space sans structure during open-play sessions, and the center also hosts trampoline-centric games and classes, such as bouts of Air Dodgeball and toning Airobics workouts.