Tandem Skydiving Prices

Rates and Info

How Much Is Tandem Skydiving?

The great thing about making a tandem skydive is that it requires minimal time and training. A tandem jump allows you to experience the incredible thrill of skydiving without having to undertake the significant time and financial commitment required to become a solo, licensed skydiver.

Our tandem skydiving prices are a reflection of the quality of service we provide our guests. From our highly experienced instructors to our state-of-the-art equipment to our meticulously maintained aircraft, we sincerely believe we offer the best tandem skydiving experience in the USA. We do not cut corners when it comes to quality or safety and our prices reflect this.

Tandem Rates
Jump Information Cost Book Online
Tandem Skydive First Tandem Jump
*Higher price if over 200lbs.
$229 Book Now
Group Pricing
Special Information Cost
Groups 1 - 3 Groups 1 - 3 $229 / Person
Groups 4 - 6 Organizer rate $209 + free t-shirt $219 / Person
Groups 7 - 12 Organizer rate $189 + free t-shirt $209 / Person
Groups 13 - 19 Organizer rate $159 + free t-shirt $199 / Person
Groups 20+ Organizer receives a free jump $199/ Person
Tandem Specials
Tandem Specials Information Cost
Military Personnel Tandem Save $20 with valid ID!
Cannot be combined with other promotions. *Higher price if over 200lbs.
$209
Students Save $20 with valid ID!
Cannot be combined with other promotions. *Higher price if over 200lbs.
$209
Video Services
Option Information Cost
Freefall Video DVD $89.00
Freefall Video & Stills Photography DVD and CD of photography $109.00
Freefall Video & Stills Photography on USB USB with video and photography $119.00
* Higher price if Over 200lbs

Our weight limit is 280lbs. However, students weighing more than 200 lbs should be aware of the following restrictions:

200-240lbs -$50 surcharge, exit altitude 8,000′

240-280lbs -$100 surcharge, exit altitude 6,000′

The reason for the altitude restrictions is that with increased weight, terminal velocity is higher and therefore the parachute deployment is harder which in turn increases the possibility of parachute damage – we are minimizing this risk. The lower the altitude, the slower the speed (terminal velocity), the slower the opening. The reason for the surcharge is that heavier students put more strain on our equipment and are more demanding on our instructors during exit, opening, and especially for landing. Our instructors are experienced enough to safely skydive with heavier students, however, it is fair to pay them more for a higher workload.