Thursday, December 30, 2010

“Kids Ride Free” policy back at Orlando

As of December 25, the Orlando Fun Spot is giving a gift again to parents. Fun Spot is bringing back our “Kids Ride Free with a paying adult” policy. Basically what this means is that if children are too young or small to drive a go-kart by themselves, then a parent (must be over 18 years old) can drive the child with only one of them having the Unlimited $34.95 Armband. The name is actually a little confusing because most of the time, the child gets the Unlimited Armband in order to do the pre-school rides by themselves, have a parent take them on the Bumper Cars, Bumper Boats, Fun Slide and Ferris Wheel, and drive them on 3 of the 4 go-kart tracks with the parent not having any armband. So it really is a “Parents drive Free with a child paying a Full Price armband” policy. But “Kids Ride Free” sounds simpler and easier. 

This policy has been in effect at the Kissimmee park since opening and remains in effect there as well.

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