What You'll Get
Laser tag is perfect for enjoying quality time with friends or for training for futuristic warfare when vengeful iPods become self-aware. Prepare for the gadget uprising with today's Groupon: for $10, you get two games of laser tag and two sodas at Lazer FX–Lazer Tag in Fayetteville (a $21 value).
Lazer FX–Lazer Tag’s 7,500-square-foot arena houses a high-tech maze battleground where adults and kid combatants (older than age 4) can resolve Internet-chat-room disputes. More than 30 luminescent warriors can battle for glow-in-the-dark glory in 20-minute matches that include modes such as no-reload unlimited shooting and capture, a frenzied melee where tagged opponents switch teams. After each battle in the UV-lit, fog-filled arena (an $8.50 value each), incandescent mercenaries can peruse a detailed scorecard that includes personal statistics, an account of who shot whom, and a helpful list of personalized insults for taunting the losing team. After laser tag, customers can quench their futuristic thirsts with two sodas (a $2 value each) before plunging into Lazer FX's 8,000-square-foot arcade, filled with three pool tables, skee-ball lanes, three air-hockey tables, more than 120 arcade games, and a miscreant gang of Koopa Troopas.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lazer FX–Lazer Tag
Scampering through Lazer FX–Lazer Tag's 7,500-square-foot labyrinth, combatants volley photons in exhilarating 20-minute skirmishes. Laser soldiers don luminescent vests and DayGlo bowties before entering the arena, where a mix of 30-odd friends and foes dodge blasts while darting from refuge to refuge. For groups of four, the battle extends out of the arena and onto the 8,000-square-foot arcade floor. Here, more than 120 games—including pool tables, skee-ball lanes, driving simulators, and air hockey—promote hand-eye coordination more effectively than soccer.