$20 for Paintball for Two with Rental Gear and Unlimited CO2 at Sgt. Splatter's ($87.90 Value)

Toronto

86% of 315 customers

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Over 500 bought
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In a Nutshell

Paintballers compete in a postapocalyptic urban landscape

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 3rd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must be 10 or older. Not valid 12/21, 12/24, 12/31, or 1/4/13. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Paintball players are expected to follow the honour code—if you’re hit, you should remove yourself from the field of play, and if you see a bear, you have to give it your gun. Respect the natural order with this Groupon.

$20 for Paintball Package for Two ($87.90 Value)

The package includes the following for each person:

  • General admission with four hours of field time
  • Rental of a Tippmann 98 or BT Combat semiautomatic paintball marker
  • Rental of a full facemask and goggles
  • 100 paintballs
  • Unlimited CO2
  • Team armband
  • Jumpsuit rental<p>

Sgt. Splatter's

Ducking around abandoned cars and hollowed-out buildings, paintballers sneak through the postarmageddon-like streetscapes at Sgt. Splatter's, on the hunt to take down opposing team members. Brought to life in 1994 by a Hollywood set designer, Sgt. Splatter's 35,000-square-foot arena gives players the sense that they're immersed in a first-person-shooter video game. Teams go toe-to-toe in one of 20 games—armed with gear from paintball pistols to semiautomatic markers—stepping into the shoes of DEA agents trying to dismantle a drug-dealing operative or mailmen working to prevent a nuclear crisis.


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86% of 315 customers

  • “Very friendly staff, good instruction and with coupon great price, Kids love it.”

  • “AWESOME!”

  • “The theme itself was a great concept, however they did not have a great organizational structure for the amount of customers they were anticipated to get. Wait times...”

    “The theme itself was a great concept, however they did not have a great organizational structure for the amount of customers they were anticipated to get. Wait times were exceptionally long even for reservations. When we did get to the zombie theme it was a Great memorable experience, they should continue this theme, however they a better structure to deal with customers in an efficient way.”

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    Toronto

    54 Wingold Ave.

    North York, Ontario M6B 1P5

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