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What You'll Get
With its combination of friction-free motion and wholesome fun, roller skating quickly replaced ditch digging and dancing frenetically to "Shipoopi" as America's favorite first-date activity. Rediscover the appeal of the wheels with this Groupon.
$30 for a Family Fun Pack for up to Four (Up to $75 Value)
Along with admission (up to $10 per person), each fun pack includes:
- Roller skate rentals (a $4.75 value per person)
- One game of laser tag (a $3 value per person)
- 20 game tokens (a $5 value)
Interskate 91 South’s admission rates fluctuate throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for listed location. Not valid on Saturday night or during special events. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Interskate 91 South
A former radio producer, a high school class president, an aspiring chemistry teacher, and a college freshman: together, they sound like the characters in a long bar joke. But at Interskate 91 South, they all contribute as DJs responsible for the classic and current Top 40 tunes that set the upbeat tone for open skate sessions. The rink also hosts public and private skating lessons on weekends and home bouts for the Pair O’ Dice City Rollers.
Though the rink is a main attraction, fun at the 25,000-square foot facility isn’t limited to skating. In an alternate universe just down the corridor, a laser tag arena imagines the 22nd century as a black-lit world awash in smoke and pulsating music where citizens dodge incoming lasers. Meanwhile, at the 40-foot long and 22-foot tall playground, kids race down pairs of slides, explore a cave-themed area, and take rides on a magic carpet, an upgrade from the musty shag carpet in their basement. While their young ones play, parents can surf the Internet on complementary Wi-Fi from anywhere inside the center.