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10211 Pacific Mesa Blvd Suite 409, San Diego

20-Minute Rage Room Admission for Two or Four at Brainy Actz (Up to 13% Off)

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During a rage room session the visitors can smash objects like dishware, furniture, and electronics to release stress

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Nathanhelpful reviewer
5 ratings2 reviews
October 7, 2021
The room is quite cramped and filled with debris that is already well passed it's "smashing prime". Even the tools they provide for the activity are pretty worse for wear. For example the baseball bat (if you can all it that) was basically worn down to just the handle. All that is provided to break is a box of glass bottles for each person. The supply of add-on items is also significantly over-advertised, and not unexpectedly they are very highly priced (they only had 2 items for us to choose from and they were $60 or $150). I would highly recommend bringing your own things to smash and probably your own smashing tools.
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Elizabethtop reviewer
8 ratings6 reviews2 photos
June 22, 2021
Customer Service was great. The place was a lot smaller than anticipated. My sons enjoyed it what they could in that space with the items provided. A lot of the items you hit or can hit with have already been demolished, so my sons were a little disappointed. It was a good workout for them though, and great stress relief.
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Guest
1 ratings1 reviews
June 21, 2021
THE WORST RAGE ROOM EVER. Do not go, this is all catfish. The room is smaller than your smallest room, as big as a walk in closet. There is literally nothing to break. Don’t do it u been warned
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Sommer
3 ratings2 reviews
April 17, 2021
It was not with $40 person to break 4 bottles with nothing else to hit. Me and my son were done in like 4 minutes. It was not enough things to smash to last even 5 minutes.
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Rigo
7 ratings3 reviews
March 27, 2021
Overpriced to break four glass cups
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lluther921helpful reviewer
1 ratings1 reviews
March 19, 2021
Literally 8 bottles in there to smash. We would have honestly paid extra to smash more things but our host was so DONE and trying to get through her shift that she didn’t give us an opportunity to add on anything. Would have been fun with a different host and if we could have added on.
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Shelleytop reviewer helpful reviewer
37 ratings17 reviews
March 14, 2021
I went to the wrong brainy actz, but they were awesome and set up the room for us. It was so much fun!
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Cammyhelpful reviewer
1 ratings1 reviews
February 23, 2021
It was ok, the room was very small and you didn't have much to break in there. Bare minimum experience for the price.
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  • Guests can smash a variety of objects with a hammer, baseball bat, or golf club.
  • Restrictions: not valid on weekends

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid on weekends. Online reservation required. Must sign waiver. Limit 4 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Brainy Actz

Before players start scrounging for clues inside one of the Brainy Actz escape rooms, there's one place they'll want to look: between their ears. That's because brains, wit, and critical thinking skills are the best weapons at this escape room site, where mystery game scenarios immerse up to 10 players in challenging, dire circumstances that must be escaped in 60 minutes or less.

Some of the rooms offered by Brainy Actz include:

  • Secrets of the Master: He was said to be one of the greatest artistic minds of all time—creating unique, mind-blowing, and incredibly valuable paintings—until, suddenly, he vanished. Works by The Master, as they called him, have only grown in popularity—but now, his paintings are disappearing from museums and art collections everywhere. It's up to a team of players to uncover the clues and find The Master's hidden lair, where hopefully the paintings can be recovered.

  • The Great Car Heist: This town's auto mechanic is just as sketchy as his name suggests. Greasy Pete is known for scamming his customers, and there's been a slew of car-jackings in the area—included in the victims is the group of players brought together for this escape room challenge. They must band together and break into Greasy Pete's shop, find the evidence to prove he's the culprit, and sneak back out before his lunch break is over.

  • Backstage VIP Pass: It's the concert of players' dreams, and the stage lights have just gone down—the high from the blaring music and the adoring crowd is fading. But it's not time to leave the venue quite yet. Players must sneak backstage and search for the all-access passes to finally meet their music idol in the flesh, VIP-style.

  • The Smuggler: For a decade, the CIA has been tracking down "The Smuggler"—the main suspect in a string of artifact heists. This villain is believed to live a normal life by day and do the dirty work under the cover of night. The Smuggler has just stolen the Viking Sunstone, a rare relic once owned by the notorious Norse Viking hero, Ragnar Lothbrok. It's up to you and your team to retrieve the relic and return it to its rightful owner without being caught by the dangerous thief.