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Jump into inflatable delights at Funbox Bounce Park at Broward Mall

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Leap, tumble and climb through a sprawling bounce park this holiday season — with discounted tickets when you use promo code Funbox20 — at Funbox at Broward Mall, now through January 21, 2024.

This holiday season, Funbox rolls out 25,000 square feet of inflatable fun for the whole family at Broward Mall in Plantation.

Joining more than 20 locations across the United States, the all-ages Fort Lauderdale area adventure features a sprawling bounce park packed with 10 play zones that entertain all ages in all sorts of ways!

Photo: Funbox

Scale the climbable Marshmallow Mountain, scamper across the Gumball Gallop, work your way through the Funbox obstacle course, and take part in other thrilling attractions waiting to be discovered at the vast inflatable playground.

Tickets are known to sell out quickly, so act fast to secure your admission to the massive Funbox bounce park this holiday season.

You can save 20% on admission with promo code Funbox20

Throughout Funbox’s stay at Broward Mall, you can save 30% on tickets, making the cost $15 for a 90-minute session, plus fees. But, when you add promo code Funbox20 at checkout, you can save an additional 20%!

Photo: Funbox

Funbox Bounce Park at Broward Mall 

  • Dates: Fridays to Sundays, and select holiday weekdays through January 21, 2024. 
  • Times: Entry times vary. Find available Funbox sessions.
  • Location: 8000 W Broward Blvd, Plantation, FL 33388
  • Admission: Sessions last 90 minutes and are $15 on Friday afternoons and all day Saturday and Sunday! Save 20% on tickets when you use promo code Funbox20 at checkout. Free for ages 2 and under, and 65+. Order tickets or learn more about Funbox at Broward Mall.

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