This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Chuck E. Cheese. The opinions and text are all mine.
Spring break is here with a little taste of warm weather, but in true Northeast style the rain is here too. You know what they say, April showers bring May flowers…but they also bring cabin fever when my family is stuck inside our small apartment all day. When you have three school-ages kids to entertain, filling the days with fun activities that the kids are actually excited about can be challenging. We can only watch so many movies before the walls start to close in on us.
My goal is to find a magical place where my kids can have endless fun, where we don’t have to worry about weather and I don’t go broke. Yes, there is a place where your kiddos can basically have one big party every day…Chuck E. Cheese! I remember going to a few birthday parties there as a kid and it was like a fantasyland. Pizza for days and ball pits and video games…a performance on stage with animatronic characters, it was like going to an amusement park.
Ryder, Siella and Gemma are all about having fun and absolutely love a place that has video games, activities, and pizza all in one place! This past weekend, we did a family day at Chuck E. Cheese and my kids are already planning their next trip (I’m all for it because with their More Cheese Rewards membership, we can earn $10 reward after three visits within a 12-month period).
Siella and Gemma played just about every game multiple times, and I even got a game of skee ball! Our visit totally brought back memories of my childhood, only now Chuck E. Cheese has amazing perks like a Loyalty Program, Coupons, Deals, Pizza Rewards and More Cheese Rewards. You can sign up via the Chuck E. Cheese’s website or the mobile app…yes, Chuck E. Cheese has a mobile app!
I downloaded the Chuck E. Cheese’s mobile app on iTunes before we went, so we could access our More Cheese Rewards and coupons on the go. You can use Rewards on food, drinks, games and prizes like free pizza toppings, 100 free tickets for each friend you refer to the rewards program, and birthday treats. We tried the All You Can Play for $10, which allows kids to play more games and win more tickets. Also, the more you visit Chuck E. Cheese, the more points you earn.
If you are looking for fun activities for the kids this Spring Break, you should definitely check out Chuck E. Cheese. Siella and Gemma had a blast. Visit the Chuck E. Cheese’s website to find a location near you and download the App to join the rewards program and start having FUN!