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Lazer X

2600 Watt Ave., Sacramento

$32 for Laser Tag for Up to Four with Arcade Credits at Lazer X ($90 Value)

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Highlights

During games, players face off in a 3,500 sq. ft. laser-tag arena with two levels, mirrors, and other obstacles

About This Deal

  • Games last 15–20 minutes, including instruction. One arcade credit is valid for the video arcade and the other is valid for the redemption arcade.

  • Not valid on Saturdays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day or Presidents Day.

Lazer X’s COVID-19 Precautions

Due to the order from Sacramento County Health officials, facility is closed until further notice.

  • Note that state and local guidelines are changing regularly. Please check Lazer X’s website or contact them for their latest guidelines.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May redeem across visits. Not valid on Saturdays, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Eve, New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day or Presidents Day. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Must wait 24 hours before redeeming. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Lazer X

In 1997, Dave Haness and his team didn’t want to just add a laser arena to Country Club Lanes as a way to cash in on a fad. They wanted to make the best facility possible, so they went on a cross-country road trip to see some of the best facilities in the country and find out how they ticked, beeped, whirred, and sounded klaxons before alien assaults. They made it all the way to Buffalo, New York, and back, and now, their 3,500-square-foot laser-tag complex stands as a testament to their work. Within this multitiered arena, no player is too young, as long as they can wear the lightweight combat vest comfortably. Green laser beams pierce the low-hanging fog and ricochet off mirrored walls in the black-lit room as squads face off in 20-minute games. Each matchup begins with a quick orientation before sharpshooters head in, and music pumped through speakers provides a powerful, driving beat that inspires players to move faster, shoot quicker, and confound their opponents by stopping to do the cha-cha.