Pre-Opening 12 Month Passes

Pre-Opening 12 Month Passes

As our opening date approaches we are so excited to share with you all our pre-opening offers for climbing passes. We’ve had so much interest already and know these are going to be snapped up quickly, so don’t delay if you want to grab one!

 

Our 12-month climbing pass usually retails at £380. However, we have some fantastic deals on offer for those of you who want to be first through our doors.

 

**50% OFF PASSES SOLD OUT - THANK YOU TO ALL THAT PURCHASED**

For our first pre-opening offer we will be giving 50% off 12 months of climbing, so that the pass will be £190 for the whole year. We’ll be open 363 days per year so this is equivalent to just 52p a day! That’s £3.65 per week, or £15.83 per month. There are just 30 passes available at this price, so you’ll need to jump right in if you want to get hold of one of these.

 

**40% OFF PASSES SOLD OUT - THANK YOU TO ALL THAT PURCHASED**

We've just sold out of our 40% off (offer price £228) 12 month passes. They were a whopping equivalent of 63p per day, £4.38 per week, or £19.00 per month.

 

Finally, when the 40% off passes are sold out we have 50 passes to offer with 30% off (offer price £266). That’s 73p per day, £5.11 per week, or £22.16 per month.

 

For all the above offer passes, we will be throwing in a years’ membership free of charge too!

 

We can’t wait to welcome all of you to Boulder Hut. For those of you who have been waiting for us to open and following our story ready to climb in your local area, this is your chance to be one of our first 120 members joining us at this incredible price.

 

Thank you everyone, we look forward to you visiting! 

Terms and Conditions:  

  • These passes are an upfront price and not available on a monthly direct debit.
  • Must adhere to centre rules
  • Must climb with climbing shoes
  • *Subject to confirmation

About the author

Sam Oxford

Boulder Hut co-founder, Sam Oxford, has been climbing for the past 10 years. She started putting plans in place to open Boulder Hut when she was being made redundant in 2012. Having had Jack in 2015 she realised the huge gap in the market for a climbing wall which caters for everyone from birth.