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What You'll Get
Air is the most important ingredient of any beach ball, scuba tank, or make-believe turkey dinner. Discover some of air’s entertaining uses with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a punch card for 10 open-bounce sessions at Jumpin' Jax Bounce & Party Center in Papillion (a $55 value). The punch card may be shared among family members.
Jumpin' Jax Bounce & Party Center pumps inflatable, all-ages fun into springy slides, spongy houses, and gravity-defying moonwalks open to children of all ages during mornings and evenings throughout the week. Spry socked feet can clamor over bounce houses, shoot down inflatable slides, ricochet, or hold Senate hearings inside moonwalks. As Old Man Winter looms just over the horizon, kids can safely and warmly bound across the squishy indoor terrain, free of snow and poorly realized ice sculptures. Family members may share punch cards; adults and infants enter for free with cardholders, allowing families to secure some quality time while suspended in midair.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must redeem card in full by 5/23/12. Subject to availability. May share card with family members. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jumpin' Jax Bounce & Party Center
From bounce houses and jumpers to inflatable slides and moonwalks, Jumpin' Jax Bounce & Party Center's humming air blowers are a siren call to kids and adults for safe family fun. A mecca for parties and leisurely afternoons, the bouncy playplace lets kids roam free while under the supervision of both parents and employees, and parties are augmented with pizzas and a private room. The facility also hosts a summer-camp program with field trips to the zoo, forest, and museums, and emphasis is always placed on keeping kids active and afraid of cubicles.