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January 1, 2012
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What You'll Get
Without miniature golf, real golf courses would be rendered unplayable by invasive species such as ball-swallowing plastic alligators and animatronic pirates. Support smaller versions of serious things with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a miniature golf outing for four (a $20 value), a two-topping pizza (a $13 value), and a pitcher of soda (an $8 value) at Funtrackers (a $41 total value). Children age 4 and younger are admitted to mini golf free, when accompanied by a ticket holder.
Quartets of fun-seekers visiting Funtrackers can putt their way across an 18-hole mini golf course and chew through a 14-inch, two-topping pizza in the course of their stay. Competitors can orchestrate crafty rebounds and miraculous hole-in-ones as they play through the course's winding greens and pause to run their hands through the waterfall cascading down the course's central mountain façade, which creates a stream said to grant surreal visions to any timepieces held under it. After scorecards fill with brilliant and half-truthful scores, children, parents, and hangers-on can devour a 14-inch, two-topping pizza from the Raceway Café, which satisfies built-up appetites with two choices from a pool of pie adornments such as pepperoni, pineapple, or olives, and a pitcher of soda quenches powerful thirsts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Funtrackers summons fun-seekers with a mother lode of scintillating attractions for guests of all ages. Drivers in tiny cars vanquish fellow racers with expert passing maneuvers and cloying drive-time radio jams across four different go-kart tracks, which range from a kiddie track built for drivers 3 aged and older to a pro track reserved for motorists with a valid driver’s license or permit. Floating in a 3-foot-deep pool, guests can douse each other with water from a squirt-gun turret built in to bumper boats, engaging comrades in a friendly rivalry to be continued at the 18-hole, tropical-themed miniature-golf course. Inside, buzzing sounds and whirring lights emanate from more than 50 arcade games, including skee-ball and air hockey, many of which reward success with tickets that can be redeemed for an assortment of fun prizes.