Air is the most important ingredient of any beach ball, scuba tank, or make-believe turkey dinner. Discover some of air’s entertaining uses with today’s Groupon to Big Air. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get five all-access admission passes ($8 each; a $42.50 total value including tax).
- For $25, you get $50 toward a party package or rentals.
With a 12,000-square-foot leaping lot, Big Air packs in a mass of inflated jungle gyms and bouncy slides for kids to explore. Each pass grants all-access admission to free-play sessions, which can be used for five children at one time or for one child over the course of a five-day apple-juice bender. The buoyant neighborhood of castles and slides contains themed obstacles, including the 39-foot Ninjasaur double slide, where children can race one another down the scales of a dragon. While kids bounce, parents can migrate to the 1,700-square-foot parents' space and shoot pool, browse the Internet on free high-speed WiFi, or fan off in front of 50-inch plasma TVs.
For larger groups, the Big Air basic party package Tuesday–Thursday ($235) or Friday–Sunday ($275) supplies up to 15 children with 80 minutes in the bounce rooms and 45 minutes in the party room to eat cake, open presents, and critique the rhyme schemes inside birthday cards. Additionally, party-goers can mingle in backyards with rentals of tables ($8 for a 6' table), tents ($30 for a 10'x10' tent), and chairs ($1.50 each) and feast on the celebratory snacks of popcorn, cotton candy, and snow cones from rented machines ($35–$50). This Groupon also applies to rented bounce houses including the red and blue castle ($130 for a 15'X15' castle).
A 39-foot ninjasaur snarls in the corner of Big Air, bearing white fangs and a coiled, sloping tail that broadens to a two-lane slide. This inflatable monster shares a habitat with castles, volcanoes, and princess towers, as well as bouncy football fields and sports arenas. Together, these inflatables occupy a 12,000-square-foot arena that adjoins to a 1,700-square-foot "parent's space." As sock-footed kids frolic amidst the bounce houses and slides, parents enjoy grownup distractions such as free WiFi, pool tables, and novelty-sized checkbooks. Big Air welcomes guests for open play, field trips, and parties.