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Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play Challenge is a Win-Win!
With the holidays coming up parents everywhere will soon find themselves home with the kids with holiday breaks from school. As the weather cools, competition is heating up at Chuck E. Cheese’s. With All You Can Play, kids are playing up to 50% more games and challenging their friends and even their parents to join in.
I love spending quality time with Reese as you know and I found a great way to have fun with Reese and her cousins on a trip to Memphis for Thanksgiving when I took them to Chuck E. Cheese’s for All You Can Play. Games for kids are even more fun with All You Can Play, an option that allows you to purchase the amount of play time and then you get to play as many games as you want until the time is up. We thought it would be fun to have an All You Can Play Challenge just like they did on Ryan’s Toy Review. Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play
I have to admit I may have loved this just as much as Reese and her cousins perhaps more. Do you even realize how many games for kids you can play in an hour of unlimited gameplay? TONS. I’m telling you we played every game so many times and scored loads of tickets. You’ve got to try it, especially if you’re kids are hit with cabin fever and dying to get out of the house. Bundle them up and head to your local Chuck E. Cheese’s and do your own Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play Challenge!
The competitive spirit was alive and well in all of us. We had so much fun competing against each other to see how many tickets we could win. With All You Can Play at Chuck E. Cheese’s, we played 50% more games for kids than we did before, making it an amazing value. I really loved that we didn’t have to worry about running out of tokens and we could just focus on having fun.
We also made time for food. Chuck E. Cheese’s has fantastic food. If you haven’t been since you were a kid, you need to go. They’ve perfected their pizza and they have all kinds of other things like salads, sandwiches, and pasta. Oh, and they have beer and wine for the grownups too. How cool is that?!? Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play
Other things I loved about All You Can Play at Chuck E. Cheese’s is that your kids won’t feel like they are missing out when they have to stop for pizza breaks or potty breaks. Chuck E. Cheese’s has these handy kiosks that allow you to pause your game time and then restart it only when you’re ready to get back in the game. They are really easy to use that even the kids figured out how to work them and were able to do it all on their own. Things like this make it really user-friendly and make you want to come back again and again. Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play
Using the cards and the kiosk also means we don’t have to worry about tokens anymore. In the past Reese was always dropping them, losing them and let’s be honest they can’t possibly be that clean. Not having to lug around cups full of coins made our Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play Challenge even more fun. Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play
Don’t forget the more you visit, the more rewards you can earn to use on food, drinks, games and prizes! So sign-up for Chuck E. Cheese’s loyalty program, More Cheese Rewards by downloading the mobile app via iTunes or Google Play.
We had such an awesome time at Chuck E. Cheese’s and Reese just asked me when we can go back and I have to say that unlike some kid places, Chuck E. Cheese’s really does it right so, if you’re looking for fun things to do with your kids this winter, look no further than Chuck E. Cheese’s! Chuck E. Cheese’s All You Can Play
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Chuck E. Cheese’s. The opinions and text are all mine.