Since its invention, laser tag has entertained as many children as laser hopscotch, laser jacks, and laser red rover have vaporized combined. Keep your molecules present and accounted for with today’s Groupon: for $8, today's deal scores you two rounds of intense, beam-streaming competition (up to a $17 value) at Q-Zar in Sylvania. This Groupon may be split between two people. There is also no purchase limit, so buy as many as necessary to sate your desire for laser tag.
Step inside this family-friendly entertainment hub to test your laser skills across 4,000 square feet of black-lit battlefield. Q-Zar's futuristic funscape hosts a tonal tango of fuchsia, cerulean, and radioactive sherbet, interrupted every so often by energized beams. In games of laser tag, aim trumps age, beam-based bravery beats pure brute strength, and strategy almost always prevails over wandering around aimlessly while talking about football. Whether young, old, or medium, all players can prove supremacy behind a laser gun if they enter the game with a good attitude. Laser tag can be a pretty intense workout, so let Q-Zar's playlist of energetic tunes invigorate you as you dish out and dodge neon laser dashes.
Buckle into the transformative vests and prepare to be transported into another dimension. Laser tag is a wondrous way to live out video-game-hero dreams, to work out tensions with your roommate, or to live out your fantasy of starting a ragtag militia of space marines with Mark from accounting. Purchase multiple Groupons to ensure your survival in The Future, or treat a whole group of friends to a fun evening of shooting and shielding that doesn't get you thrown out of the five-star meatball restaurant.
This Groupon cannot be used for birthday parties.
- Great place to go and have fun on a rainy afternoon! Price was great and everyone in our group agreed that we'd have to make a trip back to Q-Zar asap because we all had so much fun! – Megan, Google Maps
- A great option for an afternoon in Toledo. Also found the staff helpful, keeping the kids safe was a priority, which is always a plus. – Katherine, Google Maps