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April 30, 2014
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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $60 for one seven- or eight-week session of Tot, Pre Alpha, or teen/adult Learn to Skate classes for one (up to $125 value)
- $120 for the above classes for two (up to $250 value)
- $180 for the above classes for three (up to $375 value)
- $240 for the above classes for four (up to $500 value)
Tot and tot/parent classes are available for little ones ages 2–5; parent skating participation is required for tot/parent classes. Pre Alpha classes cater to ages 6–12, while teen/adult classes are open to students ages 12 and older. Participants in all classes receive Ice Skating Institute memberships, which include membership cards, a quarterly magazine, a $5,000 excess accident insurance policy, access to members-only skating manuals, and local and national competitions.
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 option purchased. Registration and waiver required. New customers or customers who haven't taken lessons in 12 months or longer. Must be age 2-5 for tot classes. Must be age 6-12 for Pre Alpha classes. Teen/adult classes valid for students 12 and older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rink Side Sports and Ice Arena
Tip-toeing around black columns illuminated with rings of neon, players catch and zap friends the second they show themselves under the fluorescent light's glow. This happens every day inside Rink Side Sports' 2,000-square-foot Laser Blast arena, which accommodates up to 20 players per match. Just outside that arena, an arcade erupts in a cacophony of bells and whistles emanating from more than 100 video and redemption games. Nearby on the ice rink, ice is carved during public skating hours and kids master the triple Lutz during figure-skating programs led by experienced instructors, many of whom belong to the Professional Skaters Association. These activities all exist under one roof, as well as a 2,700-square-foot 18-hole black-light mini-golf course and a snack bar, which serves hand-tossed pizzas that can be tossed by hand into eaters’ mouths.