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Bungee Jumping from as little as £34 (£44 in London) via Buyagift
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Bungee Jumping from as little as £34 (£44 in London) via Buyagift

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Posted 28th OctEdited by:"DealsIUsed"

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Hey Guys;

Buyagift are doing a few offers on their website now but have noticed something perfect for people who like to get their blood pumping! Bungee jumping!

Priced as £49 to bungee jump in the following areas (code knocks off £15 reducing it to £34);

Bristol
Brighton
Maidenhead
Manchester
Huntingdon
Glasgow
Belfast
Tamworth

In London, the price would normally be £59 but can be reduced to £44 with code (Or a jump for two people can be found here (buyagift.co.uk/adv…spx) for £84).

Located in Greenwich - Near the O2! - Link: buyagift.co.uk/adv…spx

Might be interesting for people who enjoy this kind of thing or as a unique gift! =D
Note - Don't forget to bring your brown trousers!

Info required prior to booking;

What do I need to know?
  • Your voucher will be valid for 10 months for one person
  • Maximum weight restriction is 18 stones
  • Minimum age is 14. 14 and 15 year olds require parental or guardian permission
  • No over 50s without a doctor’s certificate will be permitted to jump. If you present a doctor's certificate on the day you will be required to sign a non-standard waiver.
  • If you suffer from the following conditions you cannot jump: high blood pressure, heart condition, dizziness, epilepsy, pregnancy, asthma, neurological conditions and diabetes
  • If you suffer from the following you should seek medical advice and provide a certificate before you jump: damage to neck, back, ankles or eyes
  • Please inform the operator if you are taking any medication
  • This experience takes place at the O2 Arena in London - other London venues may occasionally be available, please enquire on booking
  • Please dress according to the weather as there may be no shelter
  • Glasses and hard contact lenses cannot be worn
  • Dates subject to availability
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18 Comments
Nice discount but not for me. Heat given for the brave.
Evolution in action...
Is this a deal for death, cos i'd have a heart attack
Luke_Davies28/10/2019 16:17

Is this a deal for death, cos i'd have a heart attack


The standard height for a bungee jump is 160ft.
There is actually an offer on there for a 300ft bungee too.

Link: buyagift.co.uk/adv…spx
Can also apply £15 discount to this too!
Edited by: "DealsIUsed" 28th Oct
I will buy it for my mother in law
Might just be what the doctor ordered (if suffering from constipation!)
"What do I need to know?"

Risk of a detached retina! Or worse!
I have enough problem getting my knicker elastic caught on door handles :/
sashablue28/10/2019 16:59

I have enough problem getting my knicker elastic caught on door handles :/


I hope you are a female
Edited by: "oranjuice" 28th Oct
Have done two bungees, the 150ft indoor one at Magna Sheffield and the 764ft one from the Macau Tower, and weirdly I found the smaller one more scary - may have been the low cloud cover and not being able to see the ground that helped.

Regardless, it's a brilliant experience, well worth the money.
sashablue28/10/2019 16:59

I have enough problem getting my knicker elastic caught on door handles :/


How does that happen?
MRG8228/10/2019 17:20

Have done two bungees, the 150ft indoor one at Magna Sheffield and the …Have done two bungees, the 150ft indoor one at Magna Sheffield and the 764ft one from the Macau Tower, and weirdly I found the smaller one more scary - may have been the low cloud cover and not being able to see the ground that helped. Regardless, it's a brilliant experience, well worth the money.


Well, I'd assume it isn't the fall that kills you but the ground.
So, the best way to avoid dying in this circumstance is just to throw yourself at the ground and miss!
Edited by: "DealsIUsed" 28th Oct
Wouldn’t recommend at this time of year. I did one, admittedly 20 years ago. Lots of waiting around in the cold. Couldn’t wait to get it over with in the end
ScottyMelotty28/10/2019 17:58

Wouldn’t recommend at this time of year. I did one, admittedly 20 years a …Wouldn’t recommend at this time of year. I did one, admittedly 20 years ago. Lots of waiting around in the cold. Couldn’t wait to get it over with in the end


One of the benefits of having a voucher which lasts 10 months, will be able to use it until September. =)
There a few things in life that i wont cut corners on, being dangled off bargain basement elastic from a great height is one of them
38819316-rIc5s.jpgToo bad I've tried it couple of months ago, 😁
Gabi28/10/2019 16:14

Nice discount but not for me. Heat given for the brave.


Doing it as i Tyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyypeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ....
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