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What You'll Get
Pigs love to play in the mud, as it helps them cool off and camouflages them from movie directors scouting for Babe III: Pig in the Sausage Factory. Get dirty with this Groupon.
- $69 for two entries into the 3-mile obstacle run on Saturday, October 5 (a $150 value)
Climb cargo nets, crawl through tubes, cross monkey bars, and slog through mud in this adventure race featuring some 20 obstacles. At the finish line, participants receive a finisher T-shirt, sweatband, free chip timing, free beer, and a free pint glass. Afterward, rinse the mud off in a shower area and join fellow racers for a beer, food, music, and awards in the terrain village. Groupon purchasers will also have the option to upgrade to the 5- or 10-mile option at registration for an additional fee. See additional information about Terrain Mud Runs' transfer and return policy here and frequently asked questions here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 6, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Must sign waiver. Groupon voucher is not your ticket into the event, must register by October 2, 2013. Credit card required at registration. $5 registration fee not included. Event is at Old Tucson Studios which charges $10 cash per vehicle to park. Each vehicle will receive 2 tickets to enter the venue, and additional entries may be purchased for $5 at the event. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Terrain Mud Runs
For once, it’s OK to play in the mud: in each of the Terrain Mud Runs, racers compete in a challenging race through the muck of a 3- or 5-mile obstacle course. Before the race starts, you’ll store a clean change of clothes in a gear tent. Put on a race T-shirt (provided to each participant), affix a timing computer chip to your shoe, and then head to the starting line to race against the others, climbing on monkey bars, crawling through tubes, scaling cargo nets, and dodging soap salesmen. At the end of the course, you’ll head to the terrain village for an afterparty.
The awards don’t end there: the organizers hand out more specialized awards, such as fastest man and fastest woman in different age groups, rewards for best-dressed teams, and an award for the largest team. You’ll also get to enjoy beer, food, and music with family, friends, and other racers.