It’s fun to feel a little scared every once in a while, which is why people watch horror movies or hire an accountant who works out of an old sedan. Feel a rush with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $179 for a tandem skydive for one, redeemable Mondays ($225 value)
- $199 for a tandem skydive for one, redeemable Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays ($225 value)
- $349 for a tandem skydive for two, redeemable Mondays ($450 value)
- $389 for a tandem skydive for two, redeemable Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays ($450 value)
After a 20-minute safety briefing, customers board an airplane, where they are strapped to a skydive instructor for their tandem jump. Once the flight reaches 10,000 feet or higher, you’ll leap out of the aircraft with a licensed instructor for their tandem jump freefalling for about 30 seconds. Then, pull the ripcord and your parachute opens, and the two of you glide safely to the drop zone at Addington Field in Elizabethtown. Then if you are interested your instructor will provide you information on how to become a regular licensed skydiver. Read a list of FAQs, policies, and restrictions here.
Skydive Kentucky with a BBB rating of A+, encourages customers to jump out of airplanes—but only in pursuit of a heart-pumping adrenaline rush. The skydive outfitter— ranked #5 in top drop zones in the nation by Dropzone— offers tandem, solo, and accelerated freefall jumps from up to 18,000 feet above the ground. Instructors train and expect customers to pull their ripcord and about 80% of clients can do so without any prompting from their instructor. Skydive trains their students to do as much as reasonable on their first tandem jump. Whether a seasoned veteran, a nervous first-timer, or a bird that wants bragging rights among his flock, Skydive Kentucky can guide thrill-seekers on an exciting yet safe descent back to earth.
99% of 105 customers recommend
“My daughter & I took our first jumps here today. Awesome experience & extremely friendly staff. This is an experience we'll never forget!!”
“Nicest group of people you'll ever meet!”