How Much Does Sky Zone Cost?


Written by:  Howmuchisit.org Staff
Last Updated:  August 10, 2018

In 2004, the first SkyZone Indoor Trampoline Park, then known as SkyMania Fun Center, opened in Las Vegas, and in 2009, the company started franchising.

Sky Zone created and built the world’s first all-trampoline, three-dimensional walled playing fields by means of a team of skilled engineers, builders, welders and carpenters.  These professionals set out to design the very first SkyZone playing field and what has become one of the most exceptional playing surfaces ever created: the Sky Zone court.  This is a playing field so unique and original that it was awarded a United States patent.

Every location offers a trampoline-lined playing court whereby guests can come for walk-in “open-jump” sessions as well as parties, fitness classes, dodgeball tournaments, and other events.

Today, they have opened more than 30 parks spanning across the United States and Canada.

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How much does it cost to go to Sky Zone per person?

The SkyZone admission price will depend on what day it is, how many hours you wish to jump and the location you’re going to.  From our research, it can cost about $12 per person for 30 minutes, $15 per person per hour, $21 per person for 90 minutes or $26 per person for 120 minutes.  Again, this is the average, and the prices will greatly vary depending on your location.  This price may rise if a special event were going on at the time, however.

The Peoria, Arizona location, for example, allows you to buy tickets via the official website.  As of 2017, the cost of a 60-minute activity pass was $14, while the 120-minute activity pass cost $20.

Sky Zone overview

Sky Zone is more than just the Freestyle Court.  There are other areas such as dodgeball courts, basketball rims, soccer courts, free climb, foam pits, and other attractions that can vary from one location to another.  On the court, guests will be separated by age, usually by walking to four years, five to 10 years, 11 to 15 years, and 16+.

Always refer to the local location’s open jump to time to know of availability.

What are the extra costs?

Reservations are recommended for a confirmed group of 10 or more jumpers.  There is a reservation fee of $1 per person above the admission price.

All jumpers are also required to wear SkyZone socks.  This socks will cost $1 to $2 per pair, depending on the location.

Tips to know:

Sky Zone offers fun for all ages, including a special court designed solely for toddlers.  All jumpers should be able to walk on their own to jump.  The parents are not allowed to hold kids or pick them up as they are jumping.

Sky Zone recommends that younger jumpers (10 years and younger) jump earlier in the day.  Court access is subject to availability.

Dodgeball is not guaranteed, so ask about the availability of dodgeball before you purchase your ticket.

Open jump hours do vary by the day and are normally posted on the official Sky Zone website.

The company recommends you fill out the online waiver before you come in to save on time.  Those who are under 18 will be required to sign a waiver.

Most locations open at 9 to 10 a.m. on weekends and 4 p.m. and weekdays, but again, this can vary on the location.

How can I save money?

Check out Groupon.com as many locations have offered discounted deals from time to time.

There are some special discount offers available from time to time.  Be sure to check out the official website for more information.  For example, in the past, they did offer military discounts and special promotions for first-time guests.

Contact Sky Zone about discounted group rates.

Some locations allow you to buy sessions in bulk.  For instance, the Arizona location we mentioned prior allows you to buy 10 passes for the price of eight.


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Average Reported Cost: $25

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  1. Ashely Smith (elma,  NY) paid $50 and said:

    I didn’t like my experience because they charged to much for one kid, the customer service was awful and the place was so dirty there was dirt all over the floor. I’m never going there again and I’m posting on my blog that Get Air was sooooooo much better than you guys. get some control over this business.

    Was it worth it? No

  2. alissa (waldorf,  Maryland) paid $ and said:

    I had to pay to much money it was not even worth it. I should have NEVER gone there. Sky zone just wasted my damn time.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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