CROYDON PAINTBALL IS BACK
Fantastic news… Our Croydon venue is back… Bigger and better than ever.
Now owned and run by ex world cup winning paintball player Tommy ‘Gun’ Pemberton.
Bringing his wealth of professional paintball knowledge to the recreational
side of the sport the site will be filled with more adrenaline fuelled action
than you could shake a stick at.
Only a 25 minute train journey from central London, and a short distance from the M25
makes this a very accessible site to get to regardless of the mode of transport.
To fill those bellies, for lunch, full day players will receive a Hot Papa Johns pizza free of charge!
100 paintballs per person will also be provided free of charge for everyone.
The action is available from the 5th of November… With only few spaces still left on the opening weekend why not book your spot now!
INDOOR PAINTBALL AT IT’S BEST
3 exciting new indoor arenas have opened on your doorstep…well if you live in Edinburgh, Coventry or Liverpool that is. So don’t let the cold, wet weather put you off. Indoor paintball is the perfect solution for whenever the paintball bug might bite. Be it an after work showdown or an evening birthday celebration with a difference.
Your Views / Feedback / Opinions
Any views, comments or feedback about paintball are welcome.
One topic in particular that I feel, by the sheer volume of feedback we have recieved, needs discussing is buying tickets from street sellers. How you know that you aren’t being ripped off, how you know it’s safe to buy (handing over card details to someone in the street) and what precautions you should take.
How can you trust that you are actually getting a deal…or infact that you are getting anything at all for your money. You only have to do a quick search online to see a string of feedback regarding experiences with buying paintball from street sellers. Unfortunately each one showing street sellers for paintball and the experience in a very negative light…with people posting things like ” ripped off” “waste of money” and “ruined birthday”.
Let us know your thoughts on this but 2 tips we can provide on making sure any paintball experiences that you buy are not going to end in disappointment.
Make sure you know all the information of what a day involves…the most important being the usage of paintballs needed in a day. Something we have encountered while out and about is that a percentage of people we spoke to had, unsurprisingly, been approached before by other companies. The difference being that the sheer lack of correct information provided when they had been was mind blowing.
Thinks to know and remember
- 100 paintballs will not last your session. Judge your day and spend on 100 paintballs an hour. Depending on how trigger happy you are.
- Make sure you have all the information of how to book the vouchers in before buying…as there will definately be a cost involved in that process when whoever has the vouchers does decided to book them in. This information should be all printed on the vouchers…so make sure you read it all to understand the process.
- Before handing card details over, make sure you are definately talking to a representative of the paintball company they claim to be from. Don’t be embarressed to ask for ID…after all these are your card details.
- Lastely… make sure you get a receipt as you have legally got a cooling off period after purchasing the vouchers where you are able to then return the vouchers for a full refund.
Don’t get me wrong… This is not a downer on street selling, as there are reputable companies out there…giving the correct info…giving the deal they claim to be. The above is merely an advisory of things to check off the list before buying.