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Sam's Club Members: $80 iFLY Indoor Skydiving 1 Voucher 2 Flights EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has (for Sam's Club Members), $79.95 iFLY Indoor Skydiving 1 Voucher 2 Flights (Redeemable at Select Locations) on sale for $41.98. Shipping is free. Thanks nickmarksthespot
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  • Experience a 2-flight package
  • Includes two introductory flights equivalent to 2.5 freefall skydives
  • Package includes training class
  • Also includes all gear rental and video of your flight
Redeemable at: Austin, TX; Oak Ridge North, TX; Frisco, TX; Houston, TX; Atlanta, GA; San Antonio, TX; Ontario, CA; Naperville, IL; Concord, NC; Rosemont, IL; Minnetonka, MN; Overland Park, KS; Chicago, IL; Lone Tree, CO; Roseville, CA; White Marsh, MD; Orlando, FL; Hurst, TX; Davie, FL; Liberty Township, OH; Tukwila, WA; Tigard, OR; King of Prussia, PA.
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You must redeem on iFLYworld.com to schedule a reservation.The entire value must be used upon redemption. Cancellations within 48-hours of flight time may be subject to a rebooking fee. Offer expire 12/3/2019 ~ persian_mafia

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First time posting so please go easy on me. I'm sorry if this is a repost - I tried searching and nothing came up! Found this at Sams Club. It's $79.95 voucher for only $41.98. Expires December 3, 2019.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/ifly-c...roduct_1_1
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my daughter wanted to go skydiving for her birthday (she's just turned 4...) so we took her here. She had a blast. For younger kids, they upcharge the heck out of you.

Want a helmet that actually closes around your face so your kid does not get blasted in the face with air for a minute straight? That's an extra $15. Want to go up high in the flight tunnel? That's an extra $15. Want to add on an extra minute? that's like an extra $25 if i recall correctly.

That said, it was still fun and would do it again, just know what you're getting into with the upcharges.
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It's $49.95 for that on their website. A savings yes, but not $79.95
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Great experience. Worth it!
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It's $49.95 for that on their website. A savings yes, but not $79.95
You get 8 dollars off at checkout via tech savings that expires today
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It's $49.95 for that on their website. A savings yes, but not $79.95
It's 41.98 for 2 flights which costs $79.95 at ifly
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It's 41.98 for 2 flights which costs $79.95 at ifly
I think what they're saying is it appears that ifly on their website has something called "Super Saver 2 Flights" and is only $50. I don't know what the differenence between that and their normal two flights though, but here's the link: https://www.iflyworld.com/book-no...w=packages

Still saving money though so nice first post.

edit: from what others are saying this appears to be the normal 2 flights, not the super saver (which doesn't let you "fly" on weekends). Great deal OP.
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Limited locations - I'm in south Jersey and the closest one is over 100 miles away. Check before you buy this that it's not too far away for you. Also, site has videos of what the indoor skydiving looks like. Does look like fun, just too far for me to bother. Local airport close to me has a real skydiving thing for under $150 per person.
https://www.iflyworld.com/find-a-tunnel/
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I just went through this, the $49 option on the iFly site is for "super saver", which means weekends are blacked out. Kind of a big pain for people with kids. This appears to be their anytime $79 option, thanks OP!
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More expensive and shorter ride than a lap dance. What a rip off.
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It is fun, but I wouldn't particularly want to do it twice.

Of course... I gave up skydiving when I found my third jump pretty boring, so I might not be the best judge.
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this deal includes gear rental and a video of your flight. on the ifly website something similar is $70, however the ifly package doesn't say that a video is included. so this is a good savings, and is around $70 normally
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my daughter wanted to go skydiving for her birthday (she's just turned 4...) so we took her here. She had a blast. For younger kids, they upcharge the heck out of you.

Want a helmet that actually closes around your face so your kid does not get blasted in the face with air for a minute straight? That's an extra $15. Want to go up high in the flight tunnel? That's an extra $15. Want to add on an extra minute? that's like an extra $25 if i recall correctly.

That said, it was still fun and would do it again, just know what you're getting into with the upcharges.
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my daughter wanted to go skydiving for her birthday (she's just turned 4...) so we took her here. She had a blast. For younger kids, they upcharge the heck out of you.
You took a 4 year old? Amazing.
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