$15 for a Weekend Paintballing for Two with Equipment and Paintballs at Paintball Nation (Up to $110.50 Value)

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C$110 86% C$95
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In a Nutshell

Paintballs fly over outdoor fields or an indoor facility with towers, buildings, and trucks after experts brief players on safety rules

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 18th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for location purchased. Subject to availability. Must sign waiver. Must be 8 or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A trip to the paintball field is the only way to treat an itchy trigger finger, outside of expensive rash creams or firing a water gun carved from a cactus. Scratch the itch with this Groupon.

$15 for a Four-Hour Paintball Outing for Two (Up to $110.50 Total Value)

  • Four-hour weekend field admission (a $40 value)
  • Mask and gun rental (a $40 value)
  • 50 paintballs per person (up to a $17.50 value)
  • Coverall rentals (a $13 value)

Players who churn through their allotted rounds can purchase additional paintballs ($8.75 for 50, $13 for 100, $60 for 500, or $189 for 2,000) to continue playing or reproducing the Sistine Chapel ceiling.

Paintball Nation

Every year since its founding in 2006, more than 20,000 players arrive at Paintball Nation's three locations to playfully trade paint across outdoor battlefields or among towering indoor obstacles. Sniper towers overlook Mississauga's urban scenario field, where misfired paintballs splatter against trucks, tires, and wooden boxes. At Burlington, players hide behind plastic barrel towers as they compete in three zones encompassing a total of 20,000 square feet. During summer months, Brampton's outdoor facility hosts paintball squadrons as they launch technicolor salvos amid fresh air and sunlight.

Whether games take place indoors or out, Paintball Nation's referees make sure simulated battles remain safe and good-natured. To that end, they brief every visitor on field rules and etiquette, such as never using nonfield paint or unlicensed Blackhawk helicopters.

Thrilling and heart-pounding experiences