money-saving spring break activities in tulsa

5 Money-Saving Spring Break Activities in Tulsa

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I’ll admit, I struggle when it comes to thinking of fun activities. I’m usually overwhelmed with a lot on my mind. So coming up with fun Spring Break Activities isn’t my best strength. Plus, we’re tightening up spending this month in light of our upcoming family vacation in May.

Therefore, I turned to Groupon for some entertaining and budget-friendly activities. If you’re looking for some last-minute ideas in the Tulsa area for your Spring Break, check these out.

Tulsa-Area Spring Break Activities on a Budget

Zombie Scavengers – Rose District, Broken Arrow and Downtown Tulsa

Calling Walking Dead fans! Participants complete challenges and scavenge the town in search of supplies that will allow them to survive a zombie apocalypse.

They offer Zombie Scavenger Challenges for One, Two, or Three Teams. It starts at $15 for one team. (Up to 62% Off).

Flying Tee – Jenks Not a golf fan? Flying Tee just might make you one. Play one of 30+ courses and games of golf darts, golf blackjack, horse and more. They offer heated bays for chilly days and full-service dining and drinks.

The deal is $20 for $40 towards Golf Bay Play / Driving Range Time or $30 for $60 Towards Gaming. Deals are valid any day and time. At 50% off that’s a great deal for the family!

The SafeHouse Tulsa – Tulsa
Racing against the clock, players must combine their knowledge and skills to overcome mind-bending puzzles. The deal is $89 for 6 (Up to 27% Off). They offer Room Games for two, four, six and eight. They also recommend participants are at least 12, but they do leave that up to parents.

AMF Bowling, Sheridan Lanes – Tulsa Get the family or friends together and bowl. Sheridan Lanes offers 60 bowling lanes, pool, and an arcade. Something for everyone. The deal is bowling and shoe rental for 2, 4 or 6. Packages start at $19 for two, up to 65% off.

Ultimate Paintball Park – Coweta
Equipped with rental paintball markers and masks, groups battle for dominance over outdoor fields. This deal includes a marker, mask, and all-day admission. (Low-Impact Paintball Package) Deals start at $9.25 for two (78% Off).

Operation City Quest – Downtown Tulsa

This digital, family-friendly scavenger hunt game sends teams through the city competing to find items. Participants complete challenges with the help of a remote guide. Scavenger Hunt Walking Adventure for two, four or six. Starts at $19 (Up to 52% Off).

Again, these are available on Groupon, so don’t wait. They have limited availability! Enjoy your spring break!

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