5 Reasons Why an Escape Game Would Make a Great First Date

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You got yourself a date for Valentine’s Day, but don’t really have a plan. Too late for a fancy restaurant now since most are booked by now (probably because Dwight Schrute). Saver menu might not be the best idea either. But have you thought about playing an escape game? Here are a few reasons why it would be a good idea:

 

1. It is a unique and original idea
Dinner and a movie is a classic date but can be quite predictable. Going for an Escape Game is a great way to take him/her on a date that is unique and one to remember. 

 

2. No awkward silences
Because when you get locked into a room and have only 60 minutes to get out there is no space for awkward silences. It is just you, your date and the simple goal of escaping.

 

3. Get to know each other
You’ll get to see how you work together as a team, do you think alike, who is more likely to take charge, how clever you both are? Questions like these can be answered in a rather short time in an Escape Game. 

 

4. The feeling of excitement 
Will be what he/she associates when thinking about you, because the time you spent together wasn’t boring or awkward, with just a little bit of adrenaline and excitement.  

 

5. You will get your photo taken 
One step at a time obviously, but wouldn’t it be amazing to have a photo of your first date when you move in together. 

 

TickTock Escape Games have just opened in Aberdeen! Why not have your first date there for a fun and memorable experience?

http://www.ticktockaberdeen.com/

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