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Crackerjax
16001 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale
AZ
85254
Tel: (480) 998-2800

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CrackerJax is Arizona's largest Family Fun & Sports Park with over 27 acres of excitement! CrackerJax is truly a "Family Fun" venue
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    crackerjax is amazing go there because if u like laser tag it is like fiddlesticks how did the laser tag get here in may the games got short circuit there was a fire the whole inside was destroy there is new carpet half the games is gone because a laser tag area of alien invasion do teams or solo put hands on the phase one hand on the heat and put the vest like a back pack u can tag the vest front and back of the vest there are bases 2001 points 100 points on the back of the vest 50 points on the front of the vest and phaser for teams will be...Read More

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    Apparently, this place likes to deliberately rip you off. I went for mini-golf where you can get 2 unlimited tickets for $12, as opposed to $13 for one-round. Hmmm... didn't think it was exactly necessary to specify when I purchased them (I mean, who would opt for the latter?). When I went back to get balls for our second round I was informed that would be another $13. I told the 17-year-old I had obviously meant to get the unlimited pass... obviously. Nope. I would have to pay for another round. Why would they even sell people the $13 tickets...Read More

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    Mini Golf Course is run down on 2 out of 3 courses. Used to have waterfalls and water running through neat looking canals throughout the course, but no water at all....just dried up.....and trashed. Course has turf carpeting thats been used about 2-3 years too long. In need of overhaul.

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    Although I only used the driving range, it gives the option for the automatic ball on tee or the old fashioned bucket of balls... I liked it had the 2 levels while my father was using the higher tee (manually placing the ball) I enjoyed using the irons to take them off the automatic tee....

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    Went here to have some fun with friends for my birthday. It's a real worn down rip off artist kind of place that is obviously done as inexpensively as possible. The arcade games are ancient and some of them are just really terrible. Seems like the owner just picked up a bunch of the cheapest games he could find. There are maybe 10 actual arcade games in the Arcade. They have skeeball, which was fun. And my friends enjoyed. But they also have about 20 of those games that are there to just guzzle tokens and return little or no tickets. Coin Dozers...Read More

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by mark morales

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crackerjax is amazing go there because if u like laser tag it is like fiddlesticks how did the laser tag get here in may the games got short circuit there was a fire the whole inside was destroy there is new carpet half the games is gone because a laser tag area of alien invasion do teams or solo put hands on the phase one hand on the heat and put the vest like a back pack u can tag the vest front and back of the vest there are bases 2001 points 100 points on the back of the vest 50 points on the front of the vest and phaser for teams will be red and blue 8 vs 8 16 players in teams u can destroy 1 bese not your team color for solo is free for all the bases you can both of them ones the bases u destroy 2 times u will get 4002 the game is eight mins long on the phase will be a name remember ur name on the score card and tv this laser tag system by rift blaster when u get tag ur vest turn white have fun at crackerjax and laser tag alien invasion!

by Zomby Hell

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Apparently, this place likes to deliberately rip you off. I went for mini-golf where you can get 2 unlimited tickets for $12, as opposed to $13 for one-round. Hmmm... didn't think it was exactly necessary to specify when I purchased them (I mean, who would opt for the latter?). When I went back to get balls for our second round I was informed that would be another $13. I told the 17-year-old I had obviously meant to get the unlimited pass... obviously. Nope. I would have to pay for another round. Why would they even sell people the $13 tickets other than to gouge them for a dollar while taking advantage of the fact they maybe didn't read the price board close enough?! I knew about it, and they still managed to screw me!

For a place that's supposed to be a real "family fun" time, that leaves a real bad taste in your mouth. Not surprising then, that the actual mini-golf courses were horrible and ratty. One hole had a "bridge" and every person I saw play it had to fish a ball out from underneath with their club since it had gotten stuck. Cracker Jax? More like Crappy Jax.

by Adam Brown

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Went here to have some fun with friends for my birthday. It's a real worn down rip off artist kind of place that is obviously done as inexpensively as possible. The arcade games are ancient and some of them are just really terrible. Seems like the owner just picked up a bunch of the cheapest games he could find. There are maybe 10 actual arcade games in the Arcade. They have skeeball, which was fun. And my friends enjoyed. But they also have about 20 of those games that are there to just guzzle tokens and return little or no tickets. Coin Dozers and other scam "games" shouldn't make up more than half the games in an arcade.
The minigolf courses are really pretty pathetic. We had fun, but not because the course was enjoyable. We just laughed like crazy at how pathetic and terrible the thing was. The putting greens were threadbare in many places. There were almost no decorations to be seen aside from a giant steel frame in the shape of a house and some odd lawn dart thing that had apparently impaled a giant green starfish that was under the putting green. The holes range from wildly simple to annoyingly difficult, but there are no features or anything else to make the minigolf any more fun than putting practice.
The employees are relatively nice, but they definitely seemed like they were just there because they had to be. Realistically, though, this place could get away with no employees at all. I understand that family entertainment places like this don't get as much business as they used to, but the people who run this place could at least try to look like they gave a crap. I don't think I want to go back again.

The Weather

Friday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 93° F / 34° C
Humidity: 30 %
Wind: WSW - 4 MPH

Saturday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 94° F / 34° C
Humidity: 30 %
Wind: SSW - 6 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 91° F / 33° C
Humidity: 34 %
Wind: SSE - 8 MPH

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