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International Scuba - Carrollton

$149 for a PADI Scuba Certification Class at International Scuba ($329 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 180 days after purchase.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Registration required. Must be 10 or older. Must sign waiver. Subject to weather conditions. Students must bring own mask, fins, and snorkel.
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Questions and Answers 7 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

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The notes indicated bring own mask-fins-snorkel It is really a good idea to buy from the folks at International Scuba because they take lots of time to personally fit you in the gear and if there are problems during the class they simply replace it right on the spot

Richard T.  asked on  Nov 25, 2012

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This was posted more as a statement of where to purchase your mask-fins-snorkel. It is a good idea to purchase at International Scuba so if there are any issues it won't hold up your trianing time

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

More Questions and Answers

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I did not see the limit 1 person. I put 2 in the checkout field. So I was charged $298 for one course. Now I see I can buy another one as a gift. So I should have bought one for myself and another one as a gift. What should I do now for the double charge?

Menaca P.  asked on  Nov 27, 2012

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Menaca, That would be a glitch in Groupon's System. I just cheked and good news they issued 2 numbers to you - you should see in an email or 2 that you have two coupon/vouchers

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 27, 2012

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What is the average total cost for mask, fins, snorkel and boots?

Carla E.  asked on  Nov 27, 2012

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Hi Carla, We have a variety of personal gear to choose from - you can spend as little as $140 or as much as $400 and anywhere in between. We take a lot of time to personally fit you as your mask is the most important part of your gear. Once that is selected we move n to boots and fins. We joke hat once the details are seleted we go for color as that is rule no. 2 of diving - always look good

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 27, 2012

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I want to be sure on the class times; if I were to need to do the Fri-Sat-Sun classes, what time would it start on Friday? And how many of those Fri-Sat-Sun classes are necessary to complete the main course (ie, not including the check-out dive)?

Robert C.  asked on  Nov 26, 2012

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Hi Robert, class begins at 6pm on Friday and typically runs until 9:30ish. Most start times on Saturday/Sunday are 8-8:30am and on Saturday run until 4:30pm and Sunday as close to 1-2pm as possible. A single weekend is all for pool and class and then 1 weekend for open water check-out dives

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

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How many classes do you take before you are certified(not including the check out dive)? If we are considering doing it after school, how long are each of the classes, etc.

debra  asked on  Nov 26, 2012

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We have a Mon/Wed class the meets for 4 nights and also a weekend class that meets Fri-Sat-Sun. The weekend is Friday evening then most all of Saturday and Sunday

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

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The notes indicated bring own mask-fins-snorkel It is really a good idea to buy from the folks at International Scuba because they take lots of time to personally fit you in the gear and if there are problems during the class they simply replace it right on the spot

Richard T.  asked on  Nov 25, 2012

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This was posted more as a statement of where to purchase your mask-fins-snorkel. It is a good idea to purchase at International Scuba so if there are any issues it won't hold up your trianing time

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 26, 2012

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Could this be done over 2-3 weeks of Christmas Holiday while kids are home from college? Trying to determine if this is good present.

HE M.  asked on  Nov 25, 2012

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Weekends during holidays to complete with College Kids It is doable but we would want to get started as soon as possible. Please let us know the dates the kiddos will be in town

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 25, 2012

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Is knowing how to swim a pre requisite?

raman r.  asked on  Nov 25, 2012

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You need to be able to support yourself in water too deep to stand up in. You need not be Michael Phelps but some sort of a stroke is needed to complete a 200yd swim.

Richard T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Nov 25, 2012

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