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Matthew PJune 20, 2017
I recently went to Delta Force Paintball with a group of friends to celebrate a birthday. We all had a ripper of a time, including some of us that were a little hesitant initially. Everyone we related... more »
Claire SApril 9, 2017
We booked a miniball party for a dozen or so 10/11 year olds here. It was quite clear to us from the start that the company model is one of add-on sales in terms of making you think it is not too expe... more »
KazlouisepApril 8, 2017
We actually won this paintball session for 10 kids through a fundraiser but then had to purchase the paintballs ourselves. Our group of 10 boys aged 9-11 had an absolute ball. The centre was extremely... more »
Awesome paintball experience. Personally for me it was my first time playing paintball but others in my group had had experience before and said that his was by far better and a more enjoyable experience. It is awesome to see their strictness on safety ensuring that everyone can have an equally awesome time. Yes there are added costs with paintball but honestly it should be expected and while extra armour and safety equipment are added costs my group managed just fine without them. Your fun really depends on the amount you are willing to spend and how far you are willing to push your experience. One of us did get a blood nose (due to the 30+ degree weather) and we were really pleased with the care and high priority the marshals placed on his safety, even giving him new equipment. They were so helpful he was even able to get back out there in the next game (with no more issues). Overall, great staff and great fun, yes there are expenses but it is well worth the cost if you and your group are willing to put them in.
The kids had a fantastic time. Birthday kids were made to feel really special. Staff were amazing very helpful & polite. You can go onto the field & take photos of the kids. Able to take your own food tables are allocated to each group. Protective gear available for all sizes.
It seems that a good amount of reviews of this place are people upset that they had to pay more for more paint-balls. It seems pricey but they are indeed a major expense for these guys, and they're a business lets face it. Of EXTREME IMPORTANCE when playing paintball; is that you need to play quite conservatively. New people go crazy when they play for the first time and get too trigger-happy. It's best to pull the trigger only for high success kill shots and providing cover. And don't go crazy at the practice range! Paintball is meant to be fun and build teamwork and it's a fair price for a good thrill. When my group went they did let us split a 2000 pack for the group, so don't let them tell you otherwise! The Rangers are really good and make for a fun experience, the lay-outs and games they've come up with are pretty good as well.
This was the exact word for word feedback I gave them to their survey email. $675 spent on ammo. You send me a text saying bring more people and we will be charged $15 for the package we paid $25 for. I called you and you wouldn't do that same deal for our extra ammo. Sorry guys but that stinks. You have packs of ammo available for 1000 rounds for adults that equate to more than double the value for a children's party. 11 players $675. A 13th birthday party. You get a 1 star Google rating. And yes I have copied this to post on Google reviews. You suck!!!! This wasn't included in the feedback survey. I bought the "discount package" at Eastland shopping center and the guy selling it made it sound like a really good deal. $187. So the total cost was $862. It's a complete con.
It was a generally okay experience, the equipment is alright. Plenty parking places. HOWEVER, DO NOT LET The staff to convince you to buy more paint balls!!!!! We did not listen to them about buying package for 85 dollars per person. Instead, we bought 4000 paint balls to share among 20 friends. Because it hurts so much so we were so glad that we didn't listen to them!!! Look through the reviews first before You go there!! The business model sucks, the staffs were nice at the start but we were told that only our team will be playing on the field the day before we went in but they add more players who we do not know before. It would much better if we know that in advance. we were told that we can choose which field we wanted to play but in the end they told us we can't because they have a routine to follow but all 20 players wanted to change field. We were talking to them nicely, but they kept saying we have to play with the other group who we never met before and we can not choose which field we want to play!!!! We all got a bit angry so we told them all of us wanted to change field and they still wouldn't let us UNTIL I told them we can wait for other group to finish and we can play other field. Staffs were very rude on the field, they kept pushing us but our tickets have 8 hour access, and there were no other group booked in today apart from the group they added to us. We are the customer and we paid so much to have a nice time, we didn't know come to experience their rudeness. So before you go, ask them this: can we buy paintballs instead of packages? Do we must wear gloves? Can we choose fields? (There are 5 ) Can we play within our group members? This is the last time we would ever go there, their business model would lead to a decrease of customers, if they only read those reviews and say "it's not the reviews they normally have" they will keep getting bad comments.
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