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The Igloo Ice Rink at Mount Laurel

3033 Fostertown Rd, Mount Laurel

Ice Skating for Two or Four at The Igloo Ice Rink at Mount Laurel (45% Off)

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Promo Code SAVE. Ends 3/6.
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Skaters glide around an indoor ice rink complete with a snack bar and pro shop

Customer Reviews

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snack bar
2 ratings2 reviews
January 26, 2021
Website was unclear about required reservations, but the people and the rink very great.
13 ratings10 reviews
January 19, 2021
Well maintained place to skate
16 ratings4 reviews
January 15, 2021
Kids loved it
20 ratings17 reviews
March 17, 2020
Nice Deal Lots Of Fun
1 ratings1 reviews
March 15, 2020
My nephews had a blast!! I would definitely go again.
8 ratings8 reviews
March 12, 2020
We had fun. Was not too crowded and able to help my hesitant husband get his blade legs. A good date night!
12 ratings10 reviews
February 23, 2020
Great place for the family. Our 4 year old granddaughter had a great time learning how to ice skate. The staff is very friendly and the facility was clean.
9 ratings6 reviews
February 15, 2020
Great time! Worth the trip!
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About This Deal

Choose Between Two Options

  • $11.50 for two hours of ice skating with skate rental for two (a $20 value)
  • $22 for two hours of ice skating with skate rental for four (a $40 value)

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The Zamboni: Making Ice Nice Again

Keeping the ice fresh at the arena is a task that only the beloved Zamboni can handle. Check out Groupon's guide to this indispensible invention.

Frank J. Zamboni felt impatient. He wasn't happy with the inefficient methods his crews had to use to resurface the ice at his California ice rink. First, they had to shave off a top layer of ice and scoop away the snow, then rinse the underlying ice and remove the dirty water. Only then could they apply the thin layer of clean water that freezes into fresh, skateable ice. All told, the painstaking process required up to four people and took nearly an hour to perform—hardly conducive to the marching bands that play on the ice during hockey intermissions. It was then, in 1949, that Frank—an inventor who already had several patents to his name—set out to find a better solution and eventually arrived on a machine that's since become synonymous with hockey—the Zamboni.

Early versions of what would become the Zamboni ice resurfacer were made of a mishmash of automotive and other mechanical parts, including a Jeep chassis—which remained the vehicle’s base until 1964. Modern Zambonis are battery-operated and perform a slew of actions all at once to efficiently replenish ice surfaces. As a driver maneuvers the vehicle, an extremely sharp, flat blade shaves the top layer of ice while rotating augers gather the shavings and propel them into a tank for storage. Then a pipe sprays water onto the ice to clean it before a vacuum recycles it back into the wash-water tank. To complete the process, a towel and squeegee soaked in fresh water trails behind the machine, evening out the new surface in a fraction of the time it took before. Though there are other brands of ice resurfacing machines, the Zamboni brand remains the most popular option among arenas and fans. Most of the machines are still made in California as well as at another facility in Brantford, Ontario—the birthplace of another of hockey's great engineering marvels, Wayne Gretzky himself.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only during public skate time. Cannot combine with any other offers. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Igloo Ice Rink at Mount Laurel

The Igloo Ice Rink at Mount Laurel furnishes hockey players and figure skaters with ample space to practice puck handling, triple-toe loops, and all-around skating technique. Figure skaters as young as 3 can learn the basics in group and private lessons led by USFSA-registered coaches, who guide beginners along their journey through intermediate and advanced levels. Hockey leagues for both juniors and adults are also available, and designated open skate times invite the public in for taking laps around the rink or practice carving marriage proposals into frozen ponds.