Experienced coaches teach foil and epee techniques to kids ages 7–16, with an emphasis on precise skills and fun
What You'll Get
Fencing is America’s favorite sport because it combines the visceral excitement of swordplay with the stylish outfits of beekeeping. Fight fashionably with this voucher.
$51 for Four Kids’ Introductory Fencing Classes ($150 Value)
Coaches emphasize personal growth, healthy competition, and fun during fencing classes. This deal is valid at two locations, for children between the ages of 7 and 16.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Must activate by expiration date on your voucher, classes expire 1 month from activation date. No refunds or make-ups for missed classes. Valid only for option purchased. 1-week cancellation notice required via email to email@example.com, or fee up to voucher price may apply. Must be 7-16. Must sign waiver. Extra $10 fee for mandatory membership insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About San Francisco Fencers Club
Since it was founded in 2006, San Francisco Fencers Club has weathered a furious storm of praise. For the past three years it has been named a top contender for The Bay Area A List's Best Sport and Social Club, and it took the number one spot in 2010. It has also nurtured many star pupils, some of whom have earned top spots at the World Cup, snagged national medals, and been accepted to top schools, including Princeton, Stanford, Cornell, Duke, and Vassar.
Behind each champion stands the club's team of seasoned coaches. These teachers keep class sizes small, so they can help students achieve technical excellence while emphasizing the importance of having fun and making friends. Classes take place atop contemporary, sprung, wood fencing floors, and points are tallied by an electronic scoring system, as opposed to a giant abacus hanging from the ceiling.