What You'll Get
If woolly mammoths had mastered the triple Lutz, they would've made it out of the Ice Age and into the Bronze Age, if not the Silver or Gold Age. Ensure your long-term survival with today's Groupon: for $12, you get for two public skate passes (a $14 value for ages 7+), two skate rentals (a $3 value each), and two hot chocolates or sodas (up to a $3 value each) at Blazers Ice Centre, located on South I-35 Service Road.
Blazers Ice Centre, home of the Oklahoma University Sooners, lets families embark on frosty fun adventures year-round with daily public skate hours. Twirling and toe-picking across a frozen indoor pond marries exercise with entertainment and gives budding Dorothy Hamills and Wayne Gretzkys a chance to practice camel spins, fast breaks, and the basic stopping technique known as running into a wall. With two skate passes and matching rentals, pairs of pals or pairs of sentient pears can enjoy freestyle skating to their heart's or core's content. After forging an icy path or slipping into the grooves of those who've gone before, take a twirling break to enjoy the sweetness of a hot or cold beverage, depending on the proclivities of your autonomic nervous system.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Must use in 1 visit. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Blazers Ice Centre
Blazers Ice Centre, home of the Oklahoma University Sooners hockey team, hosts frosty adventures during daily public-skate hours, hockey-league play, and figure-skating lessons. The frozen indoor pond welcomes budding Dorothy Hamills and Wayne Gretzkys to practice jumps, fast breaks, and stopping techniques. Here, a team of skilled instructors molds skaters of all ages into adept gliders during group and private lessons. They impart the basics of icemanship, such as distinguishing between a triple Lutz and a double salchow or knowing when to steer clear of an angry Zamboni.