Indoor Skydiving for 2 just £39 at the World's Largest Wind Tunnel @ Holiday Pirates (provided by Lastminute) - HotUKDeals
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Indoor Skydiving Experience for 2 just £39

This is an absolute bargain and for less than £20 each you and a friend can experience the fun and feel of free-falling without having to jump out of a plane the world’s largest skydiving wind tunnel in Bedfordshire.

You will hover beneath a giant propeller. Your feet won’t touch the ground as you experience the sensation of freefalling while being suspended in mid-air by artificial winds of up to 180mph.

What's Included?
Welcome and instructional class on skydiving techniques
Use of flight clothing
Two flights each (each flight is the length of a real skydive, approximately 1 minute 15 seconds duration)
Personalised voucher and message card
Cancellation indemnity
This looks like a really fun opportunity for you and your friend, or it would make a great gift!
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2 Likes #1
No need I made one for you Stacey oO
http://i.imgur.com/VfpTCXj.gif?1
[Holiday Pirates] 1 Like #2
thewongwing101
No need I made one for you Stacey oO
http://i.imgur.com/VfpTCXj.gif?1

did she just get a a hair in her mouth?

:D
#3
SunshineStacey
thewongwing101
No need I made one for you Stacey oO
http://i.imgur.com/VfpTCXj.gif?1

did she just get a a hair in her mouth?

:D
I thought it was sand that gets everywhere X)
1 Like #4
Question: if I slip them a few quid can I lob my boss in this and will they reverse the fan's movement?

Actually now that I think about it they could just switch it off, then nature will run its course on the lardy get.
#5
I did a similar thing the other day with this deal...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/indoor-skydiving-experience-with-dvd-photo-for-1-23-65-off-amazon-local-1954585?page=2#post22330715

Got two 1 minute flights, but also a free good quality pic of me with me flying (not bad, but not the most flattering face pic of me ever)....and a dvd that doesnt seem to work.

I really enjoyed the experience though, would recommend (apart from the dvd), two minutes airtime might not sound much, but its pretty intense when you do it.

If the instructor offers to take you up the tunnel, go for it.








Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Jul 19, 2014 23:28: Single entrandre, but actually a good point.
#6
LoRdPlOps111
Question: if I slip them a few quid can I lob my boss in this and will they reverse the fan's movement?

Actually now that I think about it they could just switch it off, then nature will run its course on the lardy get.

nasty man
[Travel Expert]#7
I did the real thing in NZ. I think I was the only person who hated the experience. Had terrible motion sickness they never warn you about. This is a great price for 2, looks lime a good giggle for anyone who does not want to jump out of a plane!!
#8
rachelandgromit
I did the real thing in NZ. I think I was the only person who hated the experience. Had terrible motion sickness they never warn you about. This is a great price for 2, looks lime a good giggle for anyone who does not want to jump out of a plane!!

I'm 1000%+ scared of heights and I've thought about just doing a skydive, but I hate being dizzy and I'd probably throw a wobbler at 10,000 feet which might distress everyone a bit :p
3 Likes #9
cjabingham
LoRdPlOps111
Question: if I slip them a few quid can I lob my boss in this and will they reverse the fan's movement?

Actually now that I think about it they could just switch it off, then nature will run its course on the lardy get.

nasty man

Oh, you know him as well?
[Travel Expert]#10
fishmaster
rachelandgromit
I did the real thing in NZ. I think I was the only person who hated the experience. Had terrible motion sickness they never warn you about. This is a great price for 2, looks lime a good giggle for anyone who does not want to jump out of a plane!!

I'm 1000%+ scared of heights and I've thought about just doing a skydive, but I hate being dizzy and I'd probably throw a wobbler at 10,000 feet which might distress everyone a bit :p

Ha, that was me! The poor guy that was trying to get me to jump on the count of three almost had my elbow in his groin at one point, I think the exact phrase was something like "I told you not to ****** count down". Very traumatic experience by throwing up upon landing.
#11
rachelandgromit
fishmaster
rachelandgromit
I did the real thing in NZ. I think I was the only person who hated the experience. Had terrible motion sickness they never warn you about. This is a great price for 2, looks lime a good giggle for anyone who does not want to jump out of a plane!!

I'm 1000%+ scared of heights and I've thought about just doing a skydive, but I hate being dizzy and I'd probably throw a wobbler at 10,000 feet which might distress everyone a bit :p

Ha, that was me! The poor guy that was trying to get me to jump on the count of three almost had my elbow in his groin at one point, I think the exact phrase was something like "I told you not to ****** count down". Very traumatic experience by throwing up upon landing.

Yeah I don't do anything that involves being off the ground, I jumped over a stick once and that was enough for me.
#12
Pic is deceiving but heated!
banned#13
I would like to try 0g plane. Same like international space station using when filming their fake show in so called "space".
#14
Voted hot but you have to try the real thing.....its so amazing; I jumped in Portugal and the view was amazing.
#15
DonkeyKonk

If the instructor offers to take you up the tunnel, go for it.

oO

Edited By: joshp on Jul 20, 2014 00:15
#16
DonkeyKonk

If the instructor offers to take you up the tunnel, go for it.

oO Each to their own, I guess, but I hope you at least got a discount as a result.

Edited By: Ferris on Jul 20, 2014 01:59
banned#17
Still sounds a bit expensive for something that lasts 2 and a half mins
#18
Good deal
2 Likes #19
HUKDUSER94
Still sounds a bit expensive for something that lasts 2 and a half mins

I can think of something that can last a lot less than this and cost way more though.
#20
joshp
DonkeyKonk

If the instructor offers to take you up the tunnel, go for it.

oO
I had a similar experience the other month when I was taken up the Shard.....
#21
Ferris
DonkeyKonk

If the instructor offers to take you up the tunnel, go for it.

oO Each to their own, I guess, but I hope you at least got a discount as a result.

Someone will get it .....Literally.....:D
#22
If anyone is interested in a sneak peek https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt4pt_KO_zE
#23
Human beings can really do some dumb things sometimes
1 Like #24
Would of brought this if it wasn't for the below , always read the t's and c's



We recommend you book at least eight weeks in advance for weekdays and three to four months for weekends to ensure that dates are available


And


Your voucher is valid until 30th September 2014

And
Kindly note that vouchers may not be extended beyond their expiration date
#25
Shouldn't delivery of tickets be included in the headline price?
#26
Do you work for Holiday Pirates? Genuine question as all the deals are from there.
#27
great deal
#28
I'm going to stick this on my cubs website, hopefully some of them will take advantage of it.
#29
Yeah bit dodgy with those t&cs... Would be interested to hear what availability is like from people that have booked
#30
Would order if I could check dates prior to
#31
There is also a deal on amazon local which is £23 per person with Airkix - better value if you have a party of three as we have in my family.
#32
Is that supposed to say "hover beneath a giant propeller" or am I seriously reading that wrong? I'd wanna be above it.
#33
How hard is it to do? I'd like to take my kid, he's 11 but he's not sporty, he can't even ride a bike, will his balance problem be an issue?
#34
EpiKz
Is that supposed to say "hover beneath a giant propeller" or am I seriously reading that wrong? I'd wanna be above it.

Was thinking the same thing myself lol
1 Like #35
DonkeyKonk
If the instructor offers to take you up the tunnel, go for it.

I think I'll pass on that, cheers...
#36
andydis
Would of brought this if it wasn't for the below , always read the t's and c's



We recommend you book at least eight weeks in advance for weekdays and three to four months for weekends to ensure that dates are available


And


Your voucher is valid until 30th September 2014

And
Kindly note that vouchers may not be extended beyond their expiration date

Nice spot, I was going to do this with my daughter in a couple of weeks. Looks like that idea is scratched.
#37
Voucher does expire 30th September which is a bit annoying. Want to check by activating the voucher online but it's a gift and not sure if it even tells you dates there (just information on who to call etc) - may be worth just calling whoever the company is and seeing what times they have free.

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