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What You'll Get
Skydiving for the first time triggers a host of emotions: giddiness, astonishment, exhilaration, and disappointment in discovering that clouds are actually flavorless. So many emotions with this Groupon.
- $185 for a Tandem Skydiving Jump ($325 Value)
Designed with first-time jumpers in mind, the tandem jump lets participants free fall from 7,500 feet up while harnessed to an experienced, USPA-certified instructor. Pairs take to the sky in a PAC 750XL aircraft, designed for maximum safety while skydiving. Tandem skydives are typically scheduled daily through April and May, and on weekdays in June and July. Check out Skydive Tecumseh’s What to Expect and FAQ pages for more information.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required, subject to availability and weather. Five-day cancellation notice required or a $50 deposit will not be refunded. Weight limit 220 men 180 women. Refundable $50 deposit required. Valid Fri-Sun. Must sign waiver. Must be medically fit; non-candidates will be refunded. Must be 18 or older. Season ends 11/11/13, and begins again on 4/1/14. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Skydive Tecumseh
A skydiver descends toward the earth, his red-and-white parachute contrasting against a picturesque scene of azure sky and the springtime grass. It’s just another day at Skydive Tecumseh, where instructors have been taking first-time jumpers and experienced skydivers on exhilarating freefalls for nearly 50 years. Manning aircrafts such a Cessna Super Caravan, Skydive Tecumseh’s flight team ushers parties 9,000 feet into the clouds for tandem and solo jumps that reach speeds of up to 120 miles per hour, much like a cheetah on roller skates. In addition to organizing jumps, the instructors—all certified through the United States Parachuting Association—operate a ground school, where they help clients earn skydiving licenses.