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December 25, 2011
January 4, 2013
November 25, 2012
What You'll Get
Unlike those found in games of paintball, naps on a bed of tree frogs, or attempts to tie-dye your face, laser tag’s famous psychedelic colors never leave a mark. Bask in mess-free, illuminated convenience with today's Groupon: for $15, you get two three-game passes for laser tag or 3-D mini golf at The Spaceport in Mandeville (a $30 value). Customers may divide their passes between laser tag and mini golf play, and must use all passes during a one-day visit.
Decked in intergalactic décor and vibrant iridescence, The Spaceport challenges futuristic assassins and illuminated club wielders during lively games of laser tag and mini golf. After equipping themselves with beam-firing phasers and adjustable vests, laser taggers receive a short mission briefing before invading a multi-level arena. Black-lit barriers and robotic crossing guards pepper the radiant battlegrounds as adversaries crouch under fog plumes and dart through colorful lighting en route to victory. Competitors can also choose to explore the celestial obstacles of the mini golf course, where dynamic hues bring three-dimensional spacemen and aliens to vivid life. Putters guide dimpled spheres across the course's darkened felts before reaching the final hole, where perfect shots cue a spirited rocket launch and celebratory Caddyshack reenactments.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Spaceport
At The Spaceport, visitors live out futuristic fantasies via mini golf, laser tag, and arcade games. Players putt through the black-lit mini-golf course, passing by a crashed UFO and a robot factory in an alternate reality filled with space tourists. Alternatively, they can race around the multilevel laser-tag arena, playing in groups or going solo in individual scenarios where it’s every man for himself. Since costumes are welcome, Star Wars character sightings at the arcade aren't unusual as guests man the controls of a nitro-powered motorcycle or a jet-powered speedboat. However, booking a party package can ensure a visit from Darth Vader during laser tag and cake time—though it is important to note that galactic law forbids him from slicing the cake with a light saber.