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What You'll Get
Roller skates considerably enliven police chases but make it difficult to effectively interrogate a suspect afterward. Practice roller-shouting and roller-desk-slamming with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a punch card for 10 roller-skating sessions including skate rental at Broken Arrow Roller Sports in Broken Arrow (up to an $83 value). Skating cards are valid from now until August 31 and may be used during all summer hours (a $1–$7 value/session), standard hours (a $5–$7 value/session), and during the “All Night Skate” event on August 26 (a $20 value).
A family-owned venue providing timeless gliding and colliding opportunities, Broken Arrow Roller Sports keeps the energy high with pulsing music, swirling mirror balls, and the hollow hum of tiny wheels. Parents can relive youthful days spent eating roller-rink pizza at the snack bar and playing Ms. Pac Man at the arcade machines (tokens not included in this deal), while kids can have fun logging into their parents' work accounts and demanding a raise via the rink’s free WiFi. Today’s deal also includes skate rental for all visits, saving guests the trouble of fashioning their own out of duct tape and chinchilla-sized desk chairs.
Because Broken Arrow features admission specials on certain nights, Groupon holders should check the rink’s summer hours and standard hours to ensure they use the value of today’s deal at its most optimal time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Broken Arrow Roller Sports
If you ask an engineer what a bridge is made of, he or she might say steel and concrete. But if you ask the owners of Broken Arrow Roller Sports, the response might be polished floors and wheels. The facility doesn't construct bridges, per se, but it is in the business of connecting things–albeit families, friends, and different generations altogether. Groups find a common interest in gliding across the roller-skating floor, which Broken Arrow surrounds with a host of other activities that includes an arcade, and a snack shop. The rink also rents itself out for private birthdays, enabling party hosts to invite as many guests as they want and avoid having to instill the one-in, one-out rule that dominates most other birthday parties.