Adults can follow a link at the program’s website to register children age 15 and under at a participating bowling center (for some centers it’s 18 and under). They’ll receive an e-mail link showing them how to print weekly coupons good for two free games a day, at that center only, for the whole summer. The offer usually does not apply during evening hours, and shoe rentals are not included.
At the time of registration, the centers will also offer to sell a summer family pass that includes up to four adult family members. The family pass, which also must be printed weekly, starts at $23.95 at some centers. The one-time charge covers two daily games of bowling for each listed adult — and that could be you!
Ken Washington lives in Washington, D.C., and writes on consumer affairs.
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