Jump With Santa at Airheads {Giveaway}

Disclaimer: Airheads Trampoline Arena provided me with free passes as well as passes for a giveaway to help promote Airheads’ Jump with Santa event. I received no compensation.  All opinions shared are my own.

How do you plan to lift your family’s spirits this Christmas? 

Every year, I fill an Advent calendar with Christmas activities for my kids.  Each day as we countdown the days until Christmas, my children unveil some chocolate and a simple Christmas craft or a fun local holiday event.  Read about some our past Advent calendar fun activity here and here.

This year, I’m springing for a new Christmas Advent calendar idea that I think my kids will love as much as candy cane Hershey’s kisses.  Christmas will surely hit new heights this year when my kids Jump With Santa at Airheads Trampoline Arena.

“Santa! I know him!”

During the summer months, Airheads is a great way to escape the Florida heat.  Now during the cooler months, my kids and I will be turning up the heat as we jump around the trampoline with Jolly Ol’ Saint Nick.  What a great way to burn off the eggnog and cookies!

On select Sundays this December (8th, 15th and 22nd) from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, join Santa for unlimited jumping fun for $16.95.  I know my kids will be jumping at the chance to visit Santa at Airheads!

Airheads Jump With Santa

Airheads would love for you and your kids to make some new Christmas memories this year.  One lucky Run DMT winner will receive a family 4-pack of passes good for any of the three Jump With Santa dates at any Airheads location in Tampa Bay!

To enter, leave a comment to share some your favorite family Christmas pastimes that you and your kids enjoy.  For additional entries, be sure to follow Airheads on Facebook and on Twitter.

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  1. Mica says:

    My mom used to make a pasta dish every year for Christmas. Growing up in NY it was tradition to have the traditional meal but a lasagna too. Miss my mom and all the small traditions I hope to continue them with my family for years to come.

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