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AZ Air Time - Scottsdale

Two-Hour Play Session at Indoor Trampoline Park with Foam Pit for One, Two, or Four (Up to 60% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid for birthday parties, group events or fundraisers. Cannot be combined with any other promotions, specials, or coupons.

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I have two grandchildren coming into town. May I purchase admission for 3? Children are 5 and 8.

Anna P.  asked on  Jul 6, 2014


Hi Anna, Since you only have two grandchildren coming, I assume the third person will be you. There is no cost to enter our facility, so unless you plan to jump with your grandkids, you don’t have to pay. We have a separate kid’s area for children 6 and under and you’re allowed to get on the kids trampoline at no cost to assist anyone young enough to be in that area. However, we can’t allow you to jump in the kid’s area because there may also be 2, 3, & 4 year olds on the trampoline, and kids that young can be injured just by the rebound of the trampoline if an adult jumps near them. In order to keep our 2 to 4 year old jumpers safe, NO children over 6 are allowed in the kid’s area. However, 5 and 6 year olds are at that in between stage where many of them can safely jump on a trampoline with older kids, so we leave it up to them and the adults they came with to decide if they should stay in the kid’s area or join the older kids on the main trampoline. Normally in a situation like yours, an 8 year old and a 5 year old, will want to play together, and that means they have to play where the big kids play. However, if the 5 year old decides he would rather be in the kid’s area, he can go back and forth all he wants. Hopefully, I haven’t totally confused you, but now I’ll answer your question. If you aren’t going to jump personally, you only need to buy one voucher for a child 6 and under and a voucher for one person 7 and over. If you do plan to jump with your grandkids, you’ll need to buy one voucher for a child 6 and under, just as before, and you’ll need a voucher good for 2 people 7 and over. One last thing I’d to make you aware of is that everyone must have a signed waiver on file to jump. To be valid, the waiver for your grandkids needs to be signed by a parent or legal guardian. They can download the waiver from our website and complete it where ever they are. Once signed, they can send it to you to bring when you come, or they can email it to me at and when you come in, all we’ll need is their names to look them up in our system. Thanks, Jeff Jenkins Owner

Jeff J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jul 7, 2014

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