What You'll Get
Paintball is like a production of Hamlet: it's exciting, demanding, and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Bear the slings and arrows of outrageous splatter with today's deal: for $20, you get a full day of paint-based action (a $50 value) at Orlando Paintball, an indoor/outdoor facility located minutes from downtown. Your package includes all-day admission, equipment, and a free pizza slice.
Orlando Paintball is the largest facility of its kind in all of Florida, including the keys, locks, and underground anthropomorphic-alligator cities. The veritable citadel of colorful games contains more than six fields and two giant indoor warehouses. With today's Groupon, you get access to the best this paintball megaplex has to offer: the super semi-auto package. This package contains everything you need to get through the day unscathed: all-day admission, a mask, gun plug, unlimited air reloads, a hi-rate hopper and sniper barrel for even faster firing, 200 paintballs, and an ammo-pack holder. All sorts of mini-scenario games go down on the paint-drenched battlegrounds, including SWAT vs. Convicts, Aliens!, Nuclear Meltdown, and other high-adrenaline concept scenarios that bend the mind, work the body, and entertain the senses. Every player gets one free slice of pizza during the day to refuel sustenance-deprived battle nodes.
Paintball enables players to bond with friends and take out primal aggressions carefully repressed by our law-abiding, anti-paint society. The outdoor fields are in constant flux, and the two warehouses have static themes. The first warehouse is ultra-futuristic, coated in metal props that evoke the cold, alien landscapes of planets such as Super Pluto and Neo Berlinatron. The second warehouse has an urban theme, with tunnel mazes, staircases, corner-laden rooms, and protective bunkers. This second warehouse is the home of the real Orlando SWAT group, where the trained professionals practice actual battle tactics.
Whatever the motivation, grab some friends, coworkers, meek relatives, or surprised strangers and make a reservation for a day of strategy-testing artistic funterror at Orlando Paintball.
More than 100 PBReviewers have reviewed Orlando Paintball, and most agree that its fields are the place to be:
- I have only been there once but, i was there for SIX HOURS!! I just couldnt [sic] leave even though I new [sic] that I had had to drive 7 hours back home. – Paintballer510
- we played for a good 3 hours, and had the best customer service…each field has a different objective the indoor fields offer scenarios, with speedball fields being outdoors. – eagletalon
- It can be a great party scene and the staff are always willing to help…Safety is top notch. They stay on top of masks on the field…They will even sit you out or in extreme cases, kick you out of the park if you break the safety rules too many times. – Moyez52
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 22, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid with other offers. Must redeem in 1 visit. Reservation required. May not bring your own paint. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Orlando Paintball
A group of escaped convicts is hiding out in an abandoned warehouse, using its labyrinth-like corridors to hide their illegal activities from the police. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to retake the warehouse while defending yourself from their volleys of multicolored paintballs. The catch? You only have 10 minutes. Orlando Paintball's intense SWAT vs. Convicts scenario has proven so realistic that Orlando’s own SWAT group regularly uses the warehouse facility for training.
That warehouse is only one of Orlando Paintball's six arenas, which include another indoor facility and four outdoor fields littered with wooden barriers, bridges, and fallen trees. These arenas constantly evolve to keep players on their toes at all times. Among the recently updated arenas is an outdoor field modeled after the Call of Duty video-game series, complete with a maze of army-camp structures and trees from which squirrels hurl paint grenades. Prepare for battle by strapping on a safety mask, renting an electronic or mechanical paintball gun, and scarfing down a free slice of pizza.