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Price change for Women Only Swim Night at H2O Xtream

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Price change for Women Only Swim Night at H2O Xtream

FREE Hydrorobics Sessions! FREE Aqua Deep Sessions! Discounted Wavebreakers Swim Lessons! Biggest Waves! Fastest River Ride! Best Slides! Spa Pool! Sauna! Steam Room! All for $4 per woman... WOW!

UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 15 AUG 2013—When H2O Xtream first introduced Women Only Swim Night, we were fortunate enough to have been offered funding which subsidised the entry fee to being half the normal adult entry price, meaning it cost only $2.60 per woman. Having evaluated the programme, we now see it as an important part of our weekly offering to the public and it will definitely continue while the level of community interest remains high. However, without the additional funding, it is unfortunately necessary to increase the entry cost.

The casual entry price will increase to $4 per woman and $30 for the 10 trip concession from 9 September 2013. These prices are still less than normal adult entry and participants get more, including FREE hydrorobics sessions and slides. So take advantage of our current Women Only Swim Night concession and stock up using the cheaper rates before they increase!

H2O Xtream’s Women Only Swim Night provides a safe, comfortable and friendly environment so that women aged 12yrs+, of all abilities and cultures can come together and enjoy FREE activities and a fun pool session from 7 - 9pm every Sunday.


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