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What a fun deal! If you’d love eight hours of boating with nine of your favorite people, head over here to score a deal on a full-day pontoon boat rental at Bartlett Lake. Use promo code SAVE (25% off good through 7/18) to get the price down to $240 (usually $400). This is only good on rentals Monday-Thursday. Update/: code SAVE is expired but sign in and try code 30MORE to see if you score $50 off!
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- Duration of rental: 8 hours
- Age restrictions: the person who is renting must be 21+
- No dogs allowed
- Voucher does not include fuel or cover lost or damaged equipment
- Credit card or $500 deposit and valid legal ID is required
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid on federal holidays. Online reservation required. Subject to weather. Voucher does not include fuel or cover lost or damaged equipment. Person who is renting pontoon must be 21+. Credit card or $500 deposit and valid legal ID is required. Must sign rental agreement. Limited weekend availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bartlett Lake
In the shadow of the mountains of Tonto National Forest, Bartlett Lake watercrafts skid across 2,815 acres of the lake’s pristine waters. The marina abounds with recreational facilities—its fleet of professional jet skis, pontoons, and ski boats sit parked along docks of grills, a general store, and a covered, floating patio. A 45-foot yacht towers over the rest of the rental boats, furnishing lively parties of up to 25 people with a slide, bar, and restroom, while a large houseboat floats along the lake peacefully—an impressive vessel complete with private rooms, a deck, and kitchen. As visitors navigate the lake or forage the surrounding area’s desert terrain trails, they have the opportunity to admire indigenous plants and abundant wildlife.”