Physicists estimate that 47% of the energy in the universe is stored in stars, and the other 98% rages inside human children. Release your child's unyielding cosmic energy with today's Groupon to JumpStreet, valid at locations in Chandler and Glendale. Choose from the following options:
- For $8, you get two hours of jumping Monday–Thursday (up to a $16 value).
- For $8, you get two hours of jumping Friday–Sunday (up to a $16 value).
- For $30, you get two hours of jumping for four Monday–Thursday (up to a $64 value).
- For $30, you get two hours of jumping for four Friday–Sunday (up to a $64 value).
JumpStreet's vast trampoline arena delights jumpers of all ages with an entire room covered top-to-bottom in springy surfaces and safe padding, cultivating a fun way to unleash pent-up energy and engage in physical fitness. In addition to the bounce-inducing ground, tilted trampolines stretch midway up the wall for myriads of propulsion possibilities and airborne orations of the Gettysburg Address. Both kids and adults alike can mimic volatile avian life on the bounce pads, literally bouncing off the walls and creating destruction-free family fun. Visitors aged 8 and older can saltate toward the dodge ball courts, which take up a portion of the trampoline area, where they'll strategize, aim, and propel soft orbs at opponents all while undulating up and down on an unstable surface. Out-of-breath jumpers can regain their lost oxygen in the arcade lined with flashing digital adventures and basketball-shooting games.
For an extra $3, bouncers can snag an all-inclusive Fun Pass that unlocks access to the rest of JumpStreet's attractions. The foam pit turns cushy blocks into an inviting cubist ocean, while the kaleidoscopic maze in Glendale turns visitors into navigators and olympian-level minotaur slayers.
Although JumpStreet sometimes features a discounted price, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Born and raised in Denver, JumpStreet's owner and designer, Tim Crawford, realized there was no place that children could let go and bounce off the walls without annoying their parents. This seed of inspiration grew, until he took the idea to its literal extreme, creating an environment filled with trampolines where kids could expel their energy safely. Today, his family-friendly arenas have expanded to Texas and Arizona, but the basic concept remains the same: burn off tons of energy, have fun, and disprove Newtonian haughty laws of gravity. With attractions such as foam pits, wall-to-wall trampolines, and trampoline dodge-ball courts, JumpStreet accommodates people looking for high-flying antics.