You’d be Flipping mad to miss out
Win 4 tickets to the world’s biggest trampoline centre
Put an extra spring in your step by entering our great new competition to win a free trip to the world’s biggest trampoline centre.
The Reformer has teamed up with our friends at Flip Out Glasgow to give away four tickets each week to one lucky reader.
Whether it’s bouncing on over 200 trampolines or racing your friends on Scotland’s first Ninja Obstacle course, there is something for all the family at the Rutherglen-based arena.
A range of ball game activities for sporty customers are on offer such as a dodgeball court, basketball lanes and even a parkour area.
Flip Out are also giving seniors a new “leap” of life after introducing trampolining sessions for the over60s.
And there’s a top-of-the-range soft play area and a kids’ flip street arena for younger bouncers.
Team manager at Flip Out, Aidan McGinley, said: “We are delighted to link up with the Rutherglen Reformer to offer readers four free tickets each week.
“We are always open to encouraging more people through the door to keep fit and have fun at the same time.
“It ’ s the biggest and best trampoline centre in the world so come along and enjoy all we have to offer.”
The Southcroft Road arena boasts a staggering 63,000 sq ft space and will celebrate its first anniversary next week.
Reformer editor Graham Miller said: “I’m pleased to launch this great competition for our readers.
“Since opening, Flip Out has proved a big hit with locals, providing a winning combination of exercise and great fun.
“I’m looking forward to hearing how much our lucky weekly winners enjoy their experience.”
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning the tickets is fill in the accompanying coupon and send post it to us.
The deadline for entries is Monday afternoon and editor’s decision is final.
Check out www. flipout. co. uk/ locations/ glasgow/ for more information and opening hours.
Test yourself Try the country’s first Ninja Obstacle course at Rutherglen 290318flipout_06
Bounce on down Team manager Aidan McGinley 290318flipout_02