Michaels: Goblies Throwable & Washable Paintball Packs Only $3.75 (Regularly $7)
If shopping online, use the promo code R25APRDM at checkout. If you prefer to shop in-store, head here to print this 25% off your entire purchase coupon – excludes Doorbusters, Everyday Value items, Bulk Buys and select additional items. Even sweeter, through April 21st, Goblies Throwable Paintballs and Play Paints are on sale for $5 each (regularly $6.99). Stack the 25% off coupon with the sale and you’ll pay just $3.75 each!
Check out this deal idea: Goblies Throwable Paintballs $5 (regularly $6.99)
Use promo code R25APRDM (25% off) – if shopping online
Use the 25% off entire purchase coupon found here – if shopping in-store
Final cost just $3.75!*
* Choose free in-store pick up if available near you; otherwise, shipping is free on orders of $49 or pay $6.95 flat-rate shipping.
Each pack of Goblies comes with 40 colorful and throwable paintballs filled with non-sticky goo – they are washable and biodegradable.
Never tried Goblies? Reader’s reviews are mixed!
We finally broke these out yesterday and my boys had SO MUCH FUN – but so did my husband and I. The pink is the only color that is a bit more stubborn in washing out of white canvas – but everything else rinsed out well and we had a great time. They don’t hurt at all, either, unlike real paintballs.
The first time, I gave my teens 2 bags each and they went thru them rather quickly. The second time, we had 3 bags each, my husband and I participated and we all agreed 3 was perfect. We bought small and large guns (don’t waste money on the large guns they stopped working immediately) and the small guns were perfect to pour the leftover liquid from the bags and extend play time a little longer. The paint came off our white shirts, our porch, BBQ, and 3 days later pink paint came off a white wall in my laundry room where a shirt fell behind a hamper. No stains anywhere except a little blue tint on our skin for about a half day.
We used these on Easter and the kids had a blast. First, I gave them all older light colored tee shirts that I retrieved from the Goodwill pile. I then put the balls in black plastic take out containers, without the liquid. Each person got their own color. I had them move out into the yard, away from the house and the cars, instructed them to aim for the shirts as best as they could, and let them have at it. They had so much fun and ended up with very colorful shirts. I rinsed out the pants etc that had color soon after they were done without a problem. I hung the colorful “masterpieces” to dry so they can use them for their next paintball war.
I thought these were awful. Yes the clothes washed but the “paint” was like corn syrup. It was so nasty and sticky! My kids have aweful aim so most of them ended up in the grass. Then the dog started licking them. Ill stick to a .99 bag of water balloons.
My nieces and nephews (19-9years old) had a wonderful time with these – they were a little sticky but that’s part of the fun! They all wore old clothes but still had no stains on the clothes after washing! We’ve been waiting for them to go back on sale to do it again. Highly recommend! Lots of fun!!
I can’t get the color out of my 100% cotton clothes. I washed normally with Persil laundry right after we got finished so it ruined everyone’s clothes. It also stained my deck. You must hose off your vinyl siding right away or it will stain so not recommended. And my 4 year old wanted to eat them. It was a mess.