Let’s Float 2019: fine print

We’re super excited about this version of Let’s Float! You’re going to love it: float three times in one month and get your fourth float free – unlimited, all summer. This challenge does work a little differently from our normal, so please read on, and ask about anything you don’t understand.

Objective of Let’s Float: to encourage float intensives, or reaping the benefits of floating several times in a relatively short amount of time. Use #LetsFloat on Twitter, Insta, or Facebook to tell us about your floaty adventures!

Fine print:

  • Float three times in one month and get a fourth float free.
  • You are responsible for requesting your free fourth float. It’s not automatic! You may use our stamp card to track your visits, or ask us to look at your history.
  • Participation is unlimited! Earn free floats all summer.
  • Let’s Float starts June 1st, and ends September 30th 2019.
  • All free fourth floats must be used by October 31st, 2019
  • Shared memberships may work together.
  • Free promo floats do not count toward a free fourth float. Associate floats, barter floats, and charitable donations DO count.
  • We reserve the right to cap participants or end the program at any time to make sure our members have adequate opportunity to float.
  • We will be closed for the second week in July for maintenance projects.


  • The grand prize is a year-long Tranquility (one per month) membership. Other prizes will be added as we go.
  • Throughout the summer, you may enter once every time you float. You are responsible for putting your own entry slip in the jar at the time of your float.
  • If you elect to skip the drawing, please understand that we cannot go back and add entries if you change your mind.
  • We may run contests with extra entries as an incentive, e.g. on Instagram or Twitter. In this case we’ll add your entries.
  • Winners will be drawn on Monday, October 7th and contacted shortly thereafter.

About Sara

Sara is a co-founder of Float, and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2003. The problems of two people may not amount to a hill of beans in this world, but this is our hill, and these are our beans.

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