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What You'll Get
Humanity's attempts to jump higher have yielded mixed results, from the success of pogo sticks to the failure of bunny slippers. Take guaranteed leaps with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $14 for two Groupons, each good for one 60-minute jump pass ($27value)
- $27 for four Groupons, each good for one 60-minute jump pass ($54 value)
- $52 for eight Groupons, each good for one 60-minute jump pass ($108 value)
Each voucher is valid for a 60-minute jump session for one person, and the vouchers can be used together or across visits.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 13, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Online reservation recommended. Must sign waiver. Subject to availability. Not valid toward birthday parties. Safety jump socks required. Extra $1.50 fee for safety jump socks. Extra $2.50 for jump shoes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Defy Gravity
At Defy Gravity, jumpers of all ages bounce, flip, and pirouette atop a massive 6,000 square-foot trampoline designed with NASA-developed rebound material and a laser-cut steel frame to support as many as 66 people. Though the trampoline’s most traditional uses include simple jumping or amateur gymnastics, Defy Gravity also uses it to introduce vertical feints to dodge-ball and volleyball matches and add a gently forgiving floor to fitness classes that burn as many as 1,000 calories in an hour. A flexible support system reduces the impact of jumps on delicate joints and flawless high ponytails, while angled walls alleviate worries of falling off the sides. Trained court monitors stay ever-vigilant, making sure jumpers stay safe with complimentary helmets and ankle-support shoes and size-specific jumping zones. Jumpers can also experience a state-of-the-art attraction with Prismatic Explosion, an interactive lighting system, or the basketball dunk stations and 22-foot dual climbing wall, where climbers go through a face-to-face competition climb.
When visitors call a ceasefire with gravity, they can check out a laser maze. Inspired by Mission: Impossible, the maze challenges participants to climb, duck, crawl, and shimmy through a 3D web of laser lights. If they fail, a buzzer sounds and, somewhere, Tom Cruise begins to smile but doesn’t know why.