Paintball requires equal parts guts and strategy, making it an exciting similitude to skydiving chess and pretending to eat your vegetables but really sneaking them into your napkin. Test your might with today's Groupon to Tempe Paintball. Choose between the following options:
* For $20, you get admission and equipment rental for one, plus 300 paintballs (up to a $42 total value).
* For $35, you get admission and equipment rental for two, plus 600 paintballs to share (up to an $84 total value).
Tempe Paintball lets polychromatic combatants sling pigment in any weather, supplying 12,000 square feet of air-conditioned indoor fields. Players with all-day admission (up to a $24 value) can engage in colorful conflicts from open to close, ducking behind barrels, dodging whizzing paintballs, and diving into derelict buildings during public games moderated by referees. Keep your trigger finger limber while sneaking through a maze of rooms, or test your sniping skill by sighting an opponent at the end of long hall, readying your gun, and knocking the apple off his or her head. To keep action family-friendly, Tempe Paintball limits shot velocity to 220 feet per second and lets players shoot no more than 15 paintballs per second, though patrons may hand-toss as many as they'd like.
Rental equipment (a $9 value) preps paint pitchers for battle with a facemask, gun, hopper, unlimited CO2, and 100 paintballs, but an additional 200 paintballs (a $9 value) lend Groupon customers the extra ammo needed to reduce enemy militants to benign Monets (all additional paintballs must be purchase on site). Guests are asked to wear closed-toe shoes, and it is recommended that players wear layers to cushion the impact of a shot and facilitate fast cleanup for pictures with grandma.
Tempe Paintball's admission prices vary throughout the week. On Fridays, women are admitted free without this Groupon.
Tempe Paintball's 24,000-square-foot indoor arena hosts rounds of rec ball—military-inspired play among ruined buildings, oil barrels, and other obstacles. Arriving at the compound, paintballers lease markers, face-protecting masks, and pigment-loaded pellets for friendly combat or for spraying Kick Me on enemies’ backs. As referees oversee the game, players search for vantage points among ruined buildings or take part in skirmishes between oil barrels. For an additional fee, shooters can rent supplementary equipment such as a chest or neck protector or can hoard extra paintballs to finally settle old sudoku scores.
1401 S McClintock Dr.
Tempe, Arizona 85281Get Directions