Paintball is like a production of Hamlet: it’s exciting, demanding, and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Take paintball arms against a sea of troubles with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a paintball outing for 2 people, valid Saturday and Sunday (an $83 value)
- $75 for a paintball outing for 4 people, valid Saturday and Sunday (a $166 value)
- $139 for a paintball outing for 8 people, valid Saturday and Sunday (a $332 value)
- $156 for a paintball outing for 10 people, valid any day of the week (up to a $391 value)<p>
Each person’s package includes an all-day field fee good for three–five hours of play (a $12 value); standard equipment rental including a Tippmann 98 semiautomatic paintball gun, mask, goggles, hopper, and unlimited CO2 (a $12 value); and 250 rounds of ammunition (a $17.50 value). Weekday outings require a reservation and a minimum of 10 people.<p>
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Apocalypse Paintball a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.<p>
Two teams of gunmen disperse across the tower field, some marksmen ducking for cover in the World War II–style bunkers constructed of railroad ties, others seeking protection inside the field's two-story pillboxes. Silently holding their positions, the players feel a hush fall over the field as they wait to see which side will make the first move in their battle to take the central, three-story tower. As they sit frozen behind their barricades, an excruciating hush envelops each one until it seems they're each alone on the territory. And then someone sprints toward the tower.
Apocalypse Paintball spans 50 acres of playing grounds, encompassing 15 current and upcoming fields that range from two speedball courses to a 40,000-square-foot castle. Coordinating both walk-on and private play, Apocalypse's staff maintains active, challenging bouts through organized games such as capture the flag and downed pilot. Between competitions, a fire pit, grills, and a large picnic area invite players to recuperate and exchange stories of catching incoming fire with their bare hands.