How Much Does Skyzone Trampoline Park Cost? (+ 5 Ways to Save) (2024)

Sky Zone Park offers a fun experience for kids at a good value. But just how much does it cost?

With various passes, parties, and programs available, here we’re breaking down the costs you can expect.

Note: Sky Zone has over 300 locations across the country and prices can vary but we’ll look at some of their prices to give you an idea of what to expect.

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Individual Jump Tickets (By Time & Activity)

The longer you stay, the cheaper it is to visit Sky Zone.

A 90-minute jump pass costs $23 but if you stay for longer, the 120-minute jump pass only costs an extra $3 for a total of $26.

If you think you’ll stay even longer, they also offer an unlimited pass for $35.

If you’ve never been to one of their Glow Zone events, it’s a lot of fun! The tickets cost $22.

Toddler Jump Tickets

Now for the younger kids, known as Little Leapers, a 90-minute pass costs only and just $18 for 120 minutes of jump time.

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Skysocks

Skysocks (grip socks) are required for all jumpers. If you don’t already have a pair, they can be purchased for $5.

If you have grip socks from another trampoline park, bring those to.

Membership

If you plan on visiting reguarly, a membership to the Sky Zone may very well be worth it. Especially if you plan on visiting at least 2 times a month.

I also like to get a membership during the months when it’s too hot or too cold to spend a lot of time outside. It gives the kids a way to burn off steam without going crazy in the house.

SkyZone offers a 3-month membership for just $27.99 per month.

If you sign-up for a full year, you get 2 months free and only pay $279 for the entire year.

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Food (at Fuel Zone)

All that jumping works up an appetite! Sky Zone’s Fuel Zone snack bar has plenty of kid-friendly options.

Here’s some of the food, and of course prices…

  • Slice of cheese pizza – $3.50
  • Cheese pizza – $15
  • Pepperoni or sausage pizza – $16
  • Loaded nachos – $5.50
  • Soft pretzel – $4
  • Combo meal (pizza slice or hot dog with chips & drink) – $8
  • Fountain drink – $3
  • Chips or Popcorn $2.50 – $5.50

Birthday Parties

Sky Zone is a fun option for celebrating your child’s birthday and they have some great birthday party packages.

The Mega VIP which includes 120 minutes of jump time, unlimited drinks, and favors for $495. Get 90 minutes of bouncing with the Epic package for just $395, or go for the Basic at $325.

The second type of party package is the Glow Package. Glow parties let kids bounce under neon lights for 2 hours at $595! All packages come with socks, pizza, a special gift for the birthday boy/girl, and a party host to help you celebrate. With prices starting at $325, Sky Zone makes it easy to throw an epic, gravity-defying bash they’ll never forget!

5 Ways to Save at Sky Zone

Some locations have different ways to save so you’ll want to check with the particular location you plan on going to. Here are some ways to check for:

Way to Save #1: Groupon

Groupon has been known to have discount tickets and / or birthday parties.

Way to Save #2: BOGO Wednesday

Every Wednesday there’s a buy one, get one free offer jump pass deal! Get 2 passes for the price of one 90 or 120-minute jump. Bring a buddy and jump the day away for half the cost. This walk-in-only deal doesn’t include socks and has some blackout dates, so check first.

Way to Save #3: Hoppy Hour

Start your weekend off right with Hoppy Hour every Friday from 3 pm-5 pm. Get 60 minutes of jumping for just $15 per person! No socks included and this walk-in-only deal isn’t available on holidays or breaks. But if you’re looking to jump and save, Fridays are for you!

Way to Save #4: School Reward Program

The School Reward Program provides teachers with discounted 30-minute jump passes to give out to students for achievements like good grades, attendance, and behavior. Per semester, teachers can use these discounted passes as they see fit to motivate students.

Way to Save #5: Family night

Tuesdays are all about family time! From 3pm-8pm, the Family Night package gets 4 people 60 minutes of jumping, plus pizza and drinks, all for $65. No socks and blackout dates apply, but it’s a great way for families to play together and make memories!

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