Though it prohibits us from bench-pressing cars, gravity is the best thing for getting water out of the sky and the only thing keeping football stadiums from floating away. Resist its shackles with today's Groupon to Bounce U, an inflatable play palace in Fishers. Choose from one of the following bouncy deals:
- $15 for a single pass to one day of summer camp (a $40 value). Buy up to five of this deal.
- $20 for a five-bounce flex pass (a $50 value). Buy up to two of this deal.
- $175 for a two-hour Spectacular 16 birthday party (a $350 value)
Bounce U provides clean, climate-controlled inflatable playgrounds for buoyant kid-based fun. With today's summer camp deal (a $40 value), you can drop off a small child for one day of supervised, physically active daycare. Each session carefully balances play time and creative time to ensure well-rounded inflatable fun. Buy up to five and send a miniature lone ranger back five times, or send all five quintuplets to bounce in a circle around the other children. Consult the calendar to find a camp date that works for you.
The five-bounce flex pass ($50) can be used at any regularly scheduled open play session for free-form good times that are light on the feet and even lighter on the parental stress nodules. Consult the calendar for open play hours.
A Spectacular 16 birthday party package ($350) gives weary guardians a two-hour party for up to 16 kids. Bounce U provides two party pros for seasoned supervision and fun-making, two hours of open bounce, three pizzas, unlimited drinks, and a T-shirt for the birthday bairn. Unlimited adults are allowed to attend, while the whole experience produces enough childhood delight to sustain an individual through a lifetime of hard labor in the moon-bounce mines of Perdagus VII.
Summer-camp deal is only valid for restroom-independent children ages 4–12 and cannot be used toward special guest days.
The Bounce U franchise has been written about in such publications as the Dayton Daily News, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Medical News Today, and more. It's also been called one of the best places to take kids when it's raining by readers of the Nashville Scene.