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What You'll Get
Paintball hurts less than you think it will, like getting your first haircut or admitting that you don't love Denise. Be brave with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$25 for a paintball outing for 2 (a $49.98 total value)
- An all-day admission and gear rental for each player, which includes a GoG G1 semiautomatic gun rental with a 200-round hopper, unlimited compressed air, mask, and neck and chest protector (a $14.99 value each)
- 500 paintballs to split (a $20 value)
$45 for a paintball outing for 4 with the above gear for each player and 1,000 paintballs to split (a $40 value; a $99.96 total value)
$55 for a paintball outing for 6 with the above gear for each player and 1,500 paintballs to split (a $45 value; a $134.94 total value)
$99 for a paintball outing for 12 with the above gear for each player and 3,000 paintballs to split (a $70 value; a $249.88 total value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability and weather. Must be 10 or older. Must sign waiver. 72hr cancellation notice required or fee up to 1/2 Groupon price may apply; fee up to Groupon price may apply for no-shows. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Equipment rental package must be used by the same person. Valid for field paintballs and rental guns only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Valley City Paintball Club
Hearing a cacophony of three-shots burst into the air but unable to see where it's coming from, a player decides to force his foes to reveal their positions by waiting patiently in the roots of an uprooted tree. Such natural cover lies throughout the backwoods field at Valley City Paintball, where combatants traverse terrain from wooded hills to a creek bed to stacks of fallen timber. The referees maintain safe conditions for all levels of players, showing guests a safety video and leading a field briefing before supervising games such as Defend the Tree and two-team Card Collector with re-spawn. Overseen by veteran Brian Gunkelman––who served four years in the 82nd Airborne and currently continues service through the Ohio Air National Guard––Valley City's team members allow up to 28 players on the field at a time. They also encourage visitors to take advantage of the natural cover, whether by wearing ghillie suits or painting a watercolor still life during the thick of battle.