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What You'll Get
Physicists have determined that the best way to subdue wall-bouncing photons is to let them loose until they need a nap. Apply the latest scientific findings to your kid’s playtime with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get a five-admission punch card (a $30 value) at Jungle Bounce in Holiday.
Jungle Bounce caters to effervescent ankle biters with an 11,000-square-foot metropolis of bouncy terrain and climbing apparatuses. Forgo homemade mazes made with shoe boxes and eight tracks to instead get lost in the facility's large course, where tots can run unhindered through a rubberized labyrinth of twists, turns, and obstacles during regularly scheduled open play times. Older children can don inflatable gloves and settle their differences like Rock'em Sock'em Robots in the buoyant sports arena while youngsters of all ages can polish their backsides on the colossal slide. Adults always get in free and are welcome to accompany their children on the equipment.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per family, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 children per visit per punch card. Adult admission is free. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jungle Bounce
Sock-footed moppets scamper up springy steps before hurling themselves down a towering slide as crocodiles and lions hover nearby, but these tykes' parents don't blink an eye. Sprawled across Jungle Bounce's 15,000-square-foot space, this playground teems with air-filled amusements for kids to safely bounce and tumble across. Six inflatable edifices in brilliant colors shiver beneath youthful romping, all against a backdrop of cheery giraffes, penguins holding maps upside down, and other typical jungle scenes. Two inflatable arenas thump and squeak as little ones leap into the air, gambol around obstacles, and wander through a maze.
A digital chorus of beeping and whirring drifts from the arcade, where tots and their grownups can whack moles and launch balls to garner tickets to trade for prizes such as plastic trinkets and stuffed mascots. A snack shop refuels young ones with pizza and wings so they can return to open play sessions or try and mediate disputes between imaginary friends wearing the same outfits at hosted birthday parties.