Posted Tuesday 30th August 2016
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), 26th September is the most common birthday in the UK, with an average of 1974 births. Just because it’s so common though doesn’t mean you can’t feel special. That’s why, if you’re born on 26th September you can have a jumping trampoline park party at Oxygen for FREE! Not only that, we have some fantastic birthday-related promotions and competitions to get you shouting hip hip hooray! Read on to find out…
So it turns out that September is the most common month in the year for birthdays, and the 26th is the most popular day with almost 2,000 babies born on that day every year on average for the last 20 years. We’re no mathematician but even we know that could mean 40,000 birthdays from people born in the last 20 years all falling on September 26th . If you want to check our workings out take a look here.
— ONS (@ONS) December 18, 2015
We are launching the ultimate (and easiest) party competition in our history. All you have to do is complete the form at the bottom of this page to be in with a chance of winning a 20 person party worth up to £400! Anyone can do it, no matter when your birthday is! 1 entry per person, competition closes 30.09.16
If competitions really aren’t your thing then don’t worry, we have you covered: any party booked in September, no matter when the actual big day is, will receive a 20% discount! So pull a party popper and count the savings! Use code: PARTYSEPT
Once we’d worked out how many birthdays could potentially fall on September 26th we knew we had to do so something! Your birthday is your special day but with so many special days falling at once how can everyone expect the perfect day?!
That’s where we come in…
If your birthday is September 26th then you can:
There you have it – we are going to make as many September birthdays as we can feel extra special. In case you didn’t know what a birthday is like here at Oxygen Freejumping, then here are some useful points:
Would you like some more details? Take a look here!