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    We’ve been here with our kids (9.5, 8 and 5) at least 3 times and have loved it each time. To us it’s much better than a bounce house. We usually take advantage of the Groupon rates, and the kids have a blast. We’ve been able to reuse our socks each time we return. We’ll keep going back as long as our kids love it so much.

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    When I went to Rebounderz in September 2013, I had an ok experience. When me and my dad walked in the employees at the front desk just looked at us and didn’t do anything like they had zero job training. So after a couple on minutes of my dad trying to explain things to the employees, they made us stand at the TV and we were staring at the TV for at least 5 minutes and no employee ever came to the TV. So we got somebody to turn the TV on to the safety video. After the safety video we went on the the window to pick up my helmet and shoes which took no problem. Then when I went over to the trampoline area, I noticed that the foam pit was still closed for rebuilding. The facebook page said that the foam pit was opened and finished! Ok Whatever! So I started jumping on the trampolines and the trampolines and the shoes were fine! I saw a couple of employees blow the whistle at the people that were doing things that were not jumping up and down! Thats a bit to strict and ridiculous though! They have a time to see how much more time your session to jump is! At the end of my jumping time we returned my shoes and helmet. Then we left! It was Ok just wish they were more relaxed on the rules and more job training! BTW it seems that Rebounderz made improvements over the year! They added a dodgeball trampoline jumper, inflatables for the little kids, arcade games, pool tables, air hockey, human size games like giant connect four board, seating for grown ups ect. But I see now they make you wear grip socks which I read people don’t really like. Overall Cloud 9 in Chesapeake VA is better!

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    I’ve been to 3 or 4 of these trampoline arenas and this is by far the worst one I’ve ever been at least for young adults and adults. The others (different companies) are tenfold more fun. Took my nephews and brother (15 years+) on a Saturday afternoon and regret paying that much money for the ‘experience’. Not only do you have to pay for the time (which is understandable), you have to buy socks at $2 a piece. No other similar establishment has required that. We had to watch an instructional video that basically said you can bounce stright up and down and that’s it. I’m being a little facetious, but there were so many ridiculous rules. None of the other places were even remotely as inane as this place. If I didn’t sign a waiver, I could understand (potentially) these requests, but for teenagers and adults this is awful. Not only were the rules laugh-worthy, I think we spent just as much time waiting in line for dodgeball and the main jumping area. This place might be suitable for kids under 10, but that’s really it.

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    It is a lot of fun for grownups or for the kids! Staff is very friendly and helpful.

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    The manager was super kind and I was very impressed by the associates. They were all so very kind and had great personalities! 🙂 The set up was excellent and very organized. This is definitely a place to let your kids let all their energy out and great for exercising. Loved it! 🙂