Summertime means a few different things for parents.
It means trips out of the state to visit family, it means family vacations, it means relaxation from the day-to-day routine, but most of all it means fun. A lot of fun.
As a mom of three, I need my fun to be BIG but as inexpensive as possible. This August will be two years since we’ve moved to Florida and it’s been great exploring our new city. We’re experiencing places and things we’ve never done before.
This summer my children didn’t go to a summer camp that lasted all summer. Instead, we signed them up for different weekly camps which means, when they aren’t in a hula hoop, computer camp or soccer camp – they are at Camp Knighten (our home).
I am in charge of the fun experience, and believe me they are asking me every day, “What are we doing today?”
Recently, I learned Chuck E. Cheese introduced All You Can Play and this was quickly added to our calendar under Summer Fun that Won’t Break the Bank.
What is All You Can Play?
Normally, when you visit Chuck E. Cheese you purchase a Play Pass with a certain amount of money on the card. Each game you play ranges in cost which gives you a certain amount of games. Your child has to pick and choose which games they want to play based on how much they have left on their card. If you run out of money before the fun ends, you can either purchase more on your card or risk real tears from your child.
With all you can play, you pay one price for a certain time frame and you can play every single game. It’s unlimited gameplay that starts at $9 for 30 minutes! Now, the only thing you have to worry about is which game you’re going to enjoy next.
My children were able to play their favorite games as many times as they wanted. The All You Can Play pass allowed them the chance to play new games without worrying about running out of tokens.
A cool benefit is that if you want to take a break to eat, you can pause your time up to two times. Since it looks like we will be here quite a few times this summer, I believe it’s a good idea for me to join the Chuck E. Cheese loyalty program, More Cheese Rewards. The more we visit, the more rewards we can earn to use on food, drinks, games, and prizes.
Here are 3 Quick Reasons I Enjoyed All You Can Play
- Fewer fights – My kids weren’t fighting over tokens anymore.
- Less Bargaining – My children were no longer making game deals. Now they all can do what they want.
- More smiles – My kids smiled like they won the Chuck E. Cheese lottery. All I saw were smiles and laughs as they ran into the play area.
If you’re looking for some summer fun that won’t break the bank, visit Chuck E. Cheese. It was inexpensive big fun for my 5 and 10-year-old. They’re already asking to go back.
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