Paintball players are expected to follow the honour code—if you’re hit, you should remove yourself from the field of play, and if you see a bear, you have to give it your gun. Respect the natural order with this Groupon.
$20 for Paintball Package for Two (Up to $87.90 Value)
The package includes the following for each person:
- General admission with four hours of field time
- Rental of a Tippmann 98/BT semi-automatic paintball marker
- Rental of a full face mask and goggles
- 100 paintballs
- Unlimited CO2
- Team armband
- Jumpsuit rental<p>
Though Sgt. Splatter’s sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Among GPS Paintball's three participating facilities, you'll find four stories of industrial-like battlegrounds and a 25-acre field with diverse terrain, all designed with obstacles, tactical setups, and hiding spots to facilitate paintball combat. Here's a closer look inside each facility:
Sgt. Splatters: Brought to life in 1994 by a Hollywood set designer, Sgt. Splatter's 35,000 square-foot indoor arena gives players the sense that they're immersed in a first-person-shooter video game. Teams go toe-to-toe in one of 20 games—armed with gear from paintball pistols to semiautomatic markers—stepping into the shoes of DEA agents trying to dismantle a drug-dealing operative or mailmen working to prevent a nuclear crisis.
Paintball City: Indoor paintball sees an urban twist at Paintball City with two stories of industrial terrain. Abandoned facade and scattered debris provide plenty of strategic spots for players to take cover and mimic warfare in an all-weather environment.
Georgina Paintball: Sprawled out across 25 acres of medium and dense bush, Georgina's outdoor facility features eight playing fields equipped with 10-foot tire stacks, sandbagged bunkers, and a two-story area with crashed planes and burned-out military trucks.
88% of 312 customers recommend
“We all liked so fun”
“Still muddy. Still fun.”
“Great place for paint balling as for new or skilled players...”