Friday, June 21, 2013

AMF Summer Unplugged - Where Kids Bowl Free

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What are your favorite summer activities to stave off boredom?  We enjoy camping, swimming, and bowling. 

I'm no pro at bowling but I like the friendly competition it brings.  It's an activity that my whole family enjoys so we can spend time together doing something we love.  There's been times we've even hosted birthday parties at the bowling alley.  In fact, my great-nephew had a party there just a couple weeks ago.  More times than not, I'll get a gutter ball but it sure is fun trying to hit the pins.

With over 250 locations, AMF is where America goes bowling!  Right now AMF is holding a Summer Unplugged program where kids can bowl for free.  Kids ages 15 and under who are registered in the AMF Summer Unplugged program can bowl two free games every day (shoe rental not included).  You can registere up to six children in the program.  If you would like to add more children, you will need to create a new account using an alternate email address.  Simply present your membership card or your name after signing up to your local AMF center and you're all set to go.  Also new this year for Summer Unplugged members is the "Stay and Play" option.  Additional games can be added for just $1.49.

Adults can get in on the fun too by taking part in the Summer Pass program.  An AMF Summer Pass is just $34.95 and includes two games per day for the pass owner and up to three guests ages 16 and up.

The Summer Unplugged and Summer Pass programs run May 13, 2013 through September 2, 2013.  Members can redeem their bowling games every day from open until 8 pm using their membership pass, member ID, first name or other unique identifier.  Get your game face on and find an AMF Bowling Center near you.

Who's the best bowler in your family?  What are your best bowling tips?

1 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

Awesome - now I have something else to add to my list to keep my kids busy this summer.