Zip Into Fun Fridays
"Zip into Fun" Friday's only on Your Hometown Radio Station!
Fly by the seat of your pants with zip-lining fun that's safe for the entire family! Win a pair off passes for a FREE Level 1 Zip-line Adventure at the Creation Museum or Ark Encounter (you get to pick the location)!
Winners will be drawn on Friday's March 6th - May 15th and will be contacted via email by the Zip-line Tours with your winning promo code. "Zip into Fun" Friday's is sponsored by Screaming Raptor Zip-lines at the Creation Museum & Screaming Eagle Aerial Adventures at the Ark Encounter.
Want to Zip NOW? Save 20% with exclusive savings from Your Hometown Radio Station by using the promo code "eagle20".
Promo Code Restrictions: Valid only on Levels 1-4 at Screaming Raptor Ziplines (Creation Museum) and Levels 1-3 at Screaming Eagle Aerial Adventures (Ark Encounter). Excludes free falls, flight lines, aerial challenge, or five hour rush. Age and weight restrictions apply; see websites for full restrictions. Not redeemable for cash. Valid through the December 31, 2020. May not be combined with any other offers or promotions. Promo code must be presented at the time of booking to receive the discount.
For Screaming Raptor Zip-lines at the Creation Museum book in advance here or by calling (859) 586-3568!
For Screaming Eagle Aerial Adventures at the Ark Encounter book in advance here or by calling (859) 824-2901!
Must be 18 or older to win.
For full contest rules, click here.
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