$20 Paintball Package at Xtreme Kombat ($55 Value)

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1,198 Ratings

We had so much fun going on the zombie rides, and the zombie paintball shootout! The escape jail was lots of fun as well. I thought it was also cool they had lots of people dressed up as zombies -- and it was so realistic! Must go again!
Mcb B. · 5 days ago
Very well organized! It was so much fun....only wish is that it could be a bit longer ride but my whole family enjoyed it!
Jackie R. · 5 days ago
These guys are awesome. Great time!
Vanessawoods · October 24, 2017

What You'll Get


Paintball is like a production of Hamlet: it's exciting, demanding, and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Take paintball arms against a sea of troubles with today's Groupon: for $20, you get a day of paintball (a $55 value) at Xtreme Kombat in Durham. The premium package includes all-day play, a paintball gun, unlimited air refills, safety mask, and 200 paintballs.

Xtreme Kombat has seven themed fields at its Durham facility. Bone up on your nocturnal urban-combat skills as you sneak among the strobe lights of Paintsburgh City, which contains 20,000 square feet of mock shops, police stations, schools, parks, and more. Oktar Woods lets you go guerilla among the rich vegetation and strategically placed bunkers, and the ultra-fast Hyper I and Hyper II fields create apropos arenas for speedball and "Yackety Sax"–fueled mayhem. Whatever the field, be prepared to crawl on your belly over rocks and dash between bunkers with the whiz of small paint-filled capsules humming past your ears; then open fire, tucking, rolling, and shouting in slow-motion as your enemies, best friends, or coworkers get decimated in a splatter of color.

Paintballers can also personalize their pigment-powered pleasure with regularly scheduled scenario games. Past events have given technicolor trigger fingers a chance to role play in Operation Zombie Massacre, Operation Abduction—which transformed Paintsburgh City into a fledgling city-state besieged by a sinister coalition of world governments—and Medieval Massacre, an unscheduled scenario during which hopelessly lost renaissance-fair players wander onto a paintball field, looking for a place to set up. The facility is open by appointment only, Monday through Friday, but stays open on weekends from 10 a.m. until the very last players have left.

Participants must sign a waiver.

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The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Sep 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Must sign waiver. Vest not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Xtreme Kombat


In Paintsburgh City, warriors use a rundown embassy and unoccupied police station for cover as they dodge opposing armies. Friendships have been put aside for the day as teams stealthily move about the 20,000-square-foot ghost town, aiming their CO2-powered paintball guns to hit targets and score bragging rights. The elaborate city is one of several scenario fields that make Xtreme Kombat's paintball and training facility a draw for both recreational players and professional law-enforcement and military personnel seeking challenging training environs. In addition to Paintsburgh's watchtowers and wrecked vehicles, the other themed fields—with names like Fort Massacre and Death Valley POW Hills—combine imaginative storylines with wooded landscapes, obstacles, and freelancing ghosts. The complex's fields are also illuminated for after-dark play.

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