Go Karts, Laser Tag, Arcade – OH MY! Boomers coupons!

I was given tickets to Boomers of Boca Raton (and I have a link for Boomers coupons for you at the bottom of this post). I took Princess, Shy Girl and BFF Friday.

I was a little worried because this particularly location had some pretty bad reviews online.  The main complaints were rude staff, dirty facilities and broken down attractions.

My worries were erased as soon as I walked through the door. The front counter person was incredibly sweet and friendly. The manager came quickly to dispense our free tickets and was also warm and cheerful. The same was true for all of the staff we encountered throughout the day.

We got there right after they opened and the workers were busy cleaning.  And they didn’t stop.  They were cleaning arcade games, wiping down counters and sweeping all day.

The girls fell in love with the place instantly.

They literally ran to the entrance.

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Our free passes gave us access to laser tag, bumper boats, mini golf, batting cages, rock climbing wall, go karts and all of the arcade games that don’t give out tickets.  The girls played air hockey and Dance, Dance, Revolution first.  Then rock climbing.

Princess was the only one who made it to the top.  Shy Girl literally made it up just one rung and BFF wouldn’t try.

Princess is so jealous of Shy Girl because she’s very slender and petite.  I wish she would see that her body is the one who made it to the top of the rock climbing wall and how awesome that is.

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There were many rounds of go kart racing.  Princess’s laugh bounced around the track as she sped in circles.

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They really liked laser tag and must have played at least ten rounds.  Either BFF or Princess won nearly every one they played, even when they were against older teenage boys.   I played three rounds with them.

They did bumper boats and lots of arcade games.

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The day flew by and a blast was had.  It was well worth the two hour drive and I’d do it again even if I didn’t have free passes.

The Champ pass includes all of the attractions for four hours for around $30 a person.  That’s a great deal.  It’s easy to blow through that in an arcade alone in a couple of hours.

But wait!  It gets better:  Boomers coupons for $5 off the Champ pass are available.  They are also currently hosting a photo contests for guests to enter a chance to win 8 FREE Champ Passes (ends April 13).  Every person who enters will receive $5 off a Champ Pass. All you have to do is submit a photo at Boomers via Twitter or Instagram and hashtag #BoomersBFF!

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  1. peskie says

    awesome, princess should be super proud of herself. A healthy “bigger” girl is better than an unhealthy stick. :)

  2. Ashton says

    As far as being proud of a rockin strong body, I totally know how that is, and princess has got it! I was always a “bigger girl” and I had problems in middle school when there were petite, slender girls. I couldn’t understand why I couldn’t look like that and I also couldn’t understand what was wrong with me simply being ME. Now that I’m older, I’m so proud of what my body can do. I am an Irish Step Dancer with strong legs and I have a super curvy body that my boyfriend just loves and I can cuddle the best out of small babies because I’m soft in some places too! All bodies are good bodies! Cheers to you Princess for using that awesome bod to climb that rock tower!

  3. JJ says

    I get what you’re saying peskie, but describing someone as an ‘unhealthy stick’ is hardly positive either. I was always a very slender girl but had a really hard time building muscle because I had anemia, and it is never flattering to be described as a stick. Why can’t we all build each other up instead of pointing out problems with the ‘other’ body type?

    • peskie says

      good point, lol, sorry it came across like that. my mommy was a stick and referred to herself that way, so it sorta stuck. I’ve been on both sides. Wasn’t intention to be rude.
      I used to be slim too, but I could NOT have done what Princess did and that was what I was getting at. Myself slim wasn’t any healthy than myself fat.

  4. Lynn says

    Such respect and kindness in the previous comments! :) Brought 2 smiles to my face with 1 post (the first from reading about what a good time the girls all had, of course.) :)

  5. says

    I said it on fb, but I’ll say it again: I’m so impressed with Princess making it up the wall! That is ridiculously hard to do. I’ve tried actual rock climbing and the climbing wall and I can’t get up on it (not even when I was younger!)

    I also want to join in the body image post. When I graduated from HS, I weighed 180 lbs and I remember my mom and my aunt standing in our kitchen and saying to me, “You’d be so pretty if you could just lose some weight…” (That’s where my blog URL came from!) and it really stuck. I felt fat. I look back at pictures now and I can’t help but think how amazing I looked. Sure, I had curves, but I always did (I wore a B cup by 5th grade!) I continued to gain weight because “what does it matter, I [was] ugly and fat anyway.” I will have very strict rules in place for how people will talk to my daughters about their bodies.

    • says

      I was just thinking, have you ever watched “Real Women Have Curves” with Princess? That might be a good one for her, because it focuses on the curviness of Hispanic women.

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