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There Is A Place In Miami Where You Can Smash All Your Stress Out

Bring your ex's picture and smash it.
There Is A Place In Miami Where You Can Smash All Your Stress Out

Relieve your high stress with a unique activity in Miami that will certainly calm your anger: Smash the Rage is Miami's very first rage room that lets you break anything in (almost) any way.  

This is the perfect date idea if you and your partner have some tension. Bring your coworkers to smash some office supplies after a hard meeting or book a divorce party and bring your ex's picture. Sometimes we all need to break some plates and chairs without being judged. If you are broken-hearted, frustrated with school, or just want a new experince, Smash the Rage is the experience for you.

You can choose different options from their smash menu such as solo or couple packages, birthday party, or a themed smash. You can also bring your own bottles for $20 and smash them all. Each package varies and includes small, medium, and large objects. Also you can request a specialty item like a guitar.

The ticket includes protective gear, weapons and music. Here you can smash a TV with a sledgeammer without having your neighbor call the police for disruptive noise. You need to be 18 years or older to book a package. Click here for availability and smash menu.

If you think smashing stuff is too much work but still want to get rid of your ex's belonging, Smash the Rage will gladly accept your donations. All you need to do is schedule a drop-off time and others will smash it for you.

Smash the Rage is located at 5056 NW 74 Ave. Miami, FL 33166.

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