unique date idea : Play Laser Tag

So you want to impress your date, but you don’t have a lot of money to spend? Laser tag is a great way to have fun and get moving. It’s also very affordable ($5-8 for players) if you find the right location. Here are some tips on how to prepare for a laser tag outing:

1.   Bring comfy clothes

Laser tag requires a fair amount of running around, so make sure that what you’re wearing is going to be comfortable while doing this exercise! While it may be tempting to wear nice or cute outfits on dates, dressing in something comfy will help save time by not having to change when you get there. If you’re going to an indoor location, make sure that you wear something with closed-toe shoes so you don’t fall and hurt yourself.

2.   Leave your phone at home or in the car

Leave all distractions at home when it comes to laser tag because there is nothing worse than missing out on a great round of combat due to staring at your cell phone! Instead, focus on having fun with your date and stopping for photo opportunities if they come up.

If you do bring a camera along, ditch the selfie stick and opt for taking pictures of both of you together in action instead. It will look more natural and less staged that way!

3. Do some research beforehand

Finding a laser tag location can be tricky, especially if you are new to the city. Make sure that both of you know what to do in case one of you gets lost on the way there! If possible, go during the day ahead of time so you don’t end up driving around without knowing where or how to get back home. This will also help alleviate some pre-date jitters by eliminating uncertainty about your date’s trustworthiness.

4. Keep it lighthearted and fun! It’s an activity best enjoyed with friends!

Laser tag is meant to be fun for all players involved whether they are playing against each other or as a team together against another team! Do not allow yourself to get competitive with your date. Not only will this ruin the mood, but it could also lead to some tense moments on the battlefield that might end up damaging your relationship. Make sure that both of you set aside any disagreements you may have and simply enjoy yourselves!

Provide information about:

– clothing (comfortable, closed toe shoes)

– phone (leave at home or in car)

– research (location, parking)

– competitive atmosphere (don’t be!)

…and anything else you think is important for a first time player. 

…and anything else you think is important for a first time player.  

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I hope this article helped you understand what laser tag has to offer and how fun it can be for all types of people! Please let me know if there’s anything else you would like to see discussed on this topic. Welcome to the world of laser tag! Cheers & good luck! *All of the images used in this article were taken from Google Image and are not my own*

Sussan: I think you should add some more information on what kind of clothing to wear, because i’ve been to laser tag places that let you borrow gear. Either neck protection or a vest would be good. Also neck protection for girls (not sure if guys care about getting their necks slapped) Emily: Thanks for your suggestion! Neck protection is definitely something people new to laser tag might want to keep in mind – especially with necklaces and long hair which can get slapped around!. neck pieces like this one do exist

I agree that it would make sense to mention this, especially if you are including photos of people! I will most likely edit the article to include the idea of wearing something with closed-toe shoes. Abigail: Although you are right about neck protection, not everyone would wear it, even if they were provided with some because most laser tag participants simply do not think about protecting their necks until they get slapped really hard by another player’s gear during a game.

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