Summer Staycation Series: Free Bowling for Kids

by Katie on July 23, 2012

Bowling is another summertime favorite in our family.  And since several alleys are offering bowling for free this summer, now is a perfect time to hit the lanes.


AMF Free Bowling for Kids

AMF is offering kids ages 15 and under free bowling this summer.  Simply register on the AMF site, and you will receive a weekly voucher for two free games per child per day (until 8 p.m.) through September 3rd.  Shoe rental is not included in this offer.  As an added bonus, you can purchase an AMF Summer Pass for $29.95.  This pass allows up to four family members ages 16 and up to bowl two games per day all summer as well.


Kids Bowl Free Program

The Kids Bowl Free Program allows kids to bowl 2 free games per day throughout the entire summer.  Every bowling center has their own specific age requirements/restrictions as well as times when the coupon is valid.  These specifications are listed on each individual bowling alley’s web page.  Registration must be completed by the parents; children may not sign themselves up.  Adults can purchase a Family Pass which is priced at $24.95. This pass covers up to 4 adult family members and allows each family member to bowl 2 free games per day.  Shoe rental is not covered under this program, so you will need to rent shoes each time you visit your participating bowling center.


Colerain Bowl Kids Summer Pass

Colerain Bowl is once again offering their Kids Summer Pass.  Bring your children to Colerain Bowl and fill out a registration form.  Once the registration form is filled out, you’ll receive your child’s Summer Pass Card.  With their card, children can bowl 2 free games per day every Monday and Friday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Standard shoe rental rates still apply.  Patrons should call ahead to ensure lane availability.


Have you missed the previous posts in the Summer Staycation Series?  Is so, be sure to find more great frugal summertime ideas at Cincinnati Cents:


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