Kids Bowl Free 2012, #Giveaway Ends 5/27

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The Kids Bowl Free program is now live for the 2012 summer season. Bowling alleys across the nation (and in Canada) are offering FREE bowling for children under the age of 18. From 9am to 5pm, children will get two free games every day until September. There are no strings attached except to register for your weekly coupons but that is free as well!

Additionally, you can also purchase a family pass for as low as $24.95 (it’s $39.95 at our local place) which allows up to four adults to take advantage of the same program. We loved being able to just pop in, play a couple of games, then go home. Even if my daughter wasn’t in the mood to play one day, my husband and I sure had a great time!

Make sure you check the ‘Terms and Conditions’ of your local bowling alley (in the right-hand column) as some charge for shoe rentals while others don’t. Our local bowling alley (Bel Mateo in Belmont, CA) is charging $1 for child and adult shoe rentals but a couple years ago it was full-price for adults. Also, if you have little ones, you might want to check if they have bumpers available.

This is a great way to do something fun with the whole family for basically the price of one regular-priced game. Sign up now to get the most out of this special program. If you put ‘cookiesandclogs@gmail.com’ in the referral box, we can both be entered to win prizes throughout the summer.

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TerriAnn van Gosliga is the main writer at Cookies & Clogs and Driving Mamas. Born & raised in the SF Bay Area but loves to travel. She's been married to her best friend for 15 years, homeschools her 14-year-old daughter, and has an accident-prone lab mix dog.

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  1. Yes, probably since I have never brought my kids to bowling yet, I think it will be a fun activities for them

  2. I have signed my children up but have not decided about buying the adult pass as well.
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