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Kids bowl free program beat the heat all summer long

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This summer it's possible to beat the heat and have plenty of family fun with the Kids Bowl Free Program. Available at limited locations throughout the United States the Kids Bowl Free program offers kids the opportunity to bowl two free games every day all summer long at participating bowling centers.

Here in Houston it can be tough to get out and about, with fun for the whole family as well as getting enough exercise during the hot summer months. With the Kids Bowl Free Program, kids can bowl for free or you can purchase a special family pack for $34.95. The family pass provides for parents, grandparents and older siblings (who aren't in the required age range to qualify for free bowling) to bowl with the younger kids at an amazing price all summer long.

How do you get free bowling all summer long?

  1. Select your state.
  2. Look for a center near you.
  3. Select the bowling center near you.
  4. Register your child.
  5. Your coupons will arrive in your email on Sundays.

It's that easy. There's also a program available in Canada.

The kids bowl free program has been featured on the Today Show, Fox News and NBC Nightly News.

What other things will you be doing this summer to have fun? Stick around for dollar deals on summer movies!

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