Three Rounds of Mini Golf or Laser Tag for Four or Six Players at Lightning Lazer Tag (Up to 53% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Zap friends with invisible rays of light in rounds of laser tag; overcome glowing obstacles in nine holes of indoor, black-lit mini golf

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Expires Jan 9th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for special events or birthday parties. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Laser tag puts a technological spin on a classic childhood game while avoiding the safety issues of playing Red Rover on motorcycles. Take aim with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

  • $19 for three rounds of mini golf for four players (a $40 value)
  • $29 for three rounds of mini golf for six players (a $60 value)

Putt your way through nine holes of black-lit, obstacle-strewn greens on this indoor course.

  • $19 for three games of laser tag for four players (a $40 value)
  • $29 for three games of laser tag for six players (a $60 value)

Players maneuver through a darkened arena to blast away at each other with beams of light during 10-minute rounds.

Groupon holders also receive an additional 20% discount on the center’s birthday parties.

Lightning Lazer Tag

H.G. Wells first imagined a ray gun in his 1898 novel, The War of the Worlds. It took almost a century, though, before Milton Bradley’s first Star Trek-inspired electronic phasers allowed people to zap someone else with a ray of light. Now officially living in the future, these light-wielding marksmen settle their duels in the darkened halls of Lightning Lazer Tag, downing opponents with a mixture of Wild West bravado and whiz-bang space-age weaponry.

If players tire of navigating murky passageways and blasting friends, they can decamp to a nine-hole indoor miniature-golf course, which challenges bodies and minds with devious obstacles cast in the permeating glow of a black light. A classic arcade also houses enthralling electronic pastimes, transforming players into pixelated warriors, racecar drivers, or the accountants hired to do Donkey Kong’s taxes.

Lightning Lazer Tag

H.G. Wells first imagined a ray gun in his 1898 novel, The War of the Worlds. It took almost a century, though, before Milton Bradley’s first Star Trek-inspired electronic phasers allowed people to zap someone else with a ray of light. Now officially living in the future, these light-wielding marksmen settle their duels in the darkened halls of Lightning Lazer Tag, downing opponents with a mixture of Wild West bravado and whiz-bang space-age weaponry.

If players tire of navigating murky passageways and blasting friends, they can decamp to a nine-hole indoor miniature-golf course, which challenges bodies and minds with devious obstacles cast in the permeating glow of a black light. Competitive shouts and digital chatter drifts from linkable video game systems, which let players choose from more than 40 games.