Big Air Trampoline Park will soon open its first Arizona location in Chandler at Alma School and Queen Creek.
This will be the Orange County-based company’s ninth U.S. location, according to a release.
Big Air Chandler will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, June 13 beginning at 10 a.m., with specials and giveaways. It is at 2840 S Alma School Road. Go to bigairusa.com/chandler or follow on Facebook and Instagram @BigAirChandler.
The first five guests through the door will receive an annual membership. The next 20 jumpers will get a day pass, as well as a surprise gift. The next 75 guests will receive a complimentary hour of jump time, as well as a surprise gift. The first 200 people through the door will also score a goody bag of Big Air prizes, the release states.
The Big Air Chandler location is a family affair. Ivan Esparza will serve as the park’s general manager.
“We are thrilled to bring the Big Air concept to the Valley. Unlike any other trampoline park experience, Big Air provides an endless amount of family fun and entertainment," Mr. Esparza said in the release.
While Big Air Chandler is all about fun, the Esparza family takes the health and wellness of its team members and guests very seriously. Luis Esparza and his wife, Suhaireirene R. Suady Barake, are both physicians in sports medicine and infectious disease. Utilizing their expertise, along with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Arizona Department of Health Services, the pair have created extensive safety measures that will be in effect at Big Air Chandler, the release states.
These include enhanced cleaning of the equipment and frequently touched surfaces through the day, a nightly deep cleaning, and hand sanitizing stations available throughout. Employees will be temperature checked prior to each shift, and they will be required to wear masks. Additionally, guests are encouraged to book a time slot online, as capacity will be limited to fifty-percent. There is an app where everyone can fill their waiver and buy tickets as well prior to arrival.
Big Air Chandler will feature 30,000 square feet of wall-to-wall activities. The park has over a dozen attractions for guests of all ages, including an interactive game that is new to Arizona.
Fridays and Saturdays from 8 to 11 p.m., the lights get turned down, the music gets turned up and the lasers and strobes are fired up for Cosmic Nights. For Cosmic Nights, the cost is $24.99 per person.
Big Air Chandler offers various day pass options for kids ages 3 to 6 or guests ages 7and above. One-hour passes are $11.99/$17.99, two-hour passes are $15.99/$23.99 and three-hour passes are $17.99/$26.99. Unlimited day passes are not available while COVID restrictions are in place, the release states.
Additional hours may be purchased while at Big Air. Air Socks are required for all park guests and are available for $3 a pair. Big Air Chandler will soon launch monthly memberships.