Spring Break Fun With Chuck E. Cheese’s!

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Chuck E. Cheese's Indianapolis

This is the first year both kiddos have been in school so Spring Break is hitting us hard this year. We aren’t planning to go anywhere away from home so I have been looking for really fun things to do locally. I didn’t know but Chuck E. Cheese’s has an All You Can Play option that is only 10 bucks so make sure you sign up before your visit! We signed up for More Cheese Rewards by downloading their mobile app via iTunes or Google Play stores and you can sign up by visiting their website too! Basically the more you visit a Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurant, the more rewards you can earn to use on food, drinks, games and prizes… I mean, c’mon, no brainer here.

I remember going to Chuck E. Cheese’s when I was a kid so this was pretty nostalgic for me getting to take my own kiddos for the first time! I kept telling them about all the fun I used to have and Emily kept telling us about how “Kids make the rules at Chuck E. Cheese’s!”, hahaha!

We decided to venture out and from the moment we arrived with an almost five year old and a 2 year old we were non-stop! There were tons of games, we played them all after purchasing our All You Can Play cards. I didn’t until we signed up but there are some awesome perks and rewards to being a member:

  • Free, one-topping personal pizza on your next visit after you register an account

  • $10 reward after you visit three times within a 12-month period ($20 spend required)

  • Birthday treats: 20 minutes of Unlimited Games during your child’s birthday week (with $10 purchase) and 100 free tickets during your child’s half birthday month

  • Referral perks: 100 free tickets for each friend you refer (max 20/year)

One of my favorite things I noticed while we were there was the layout of the games. Being parents of young ones I love knowing my kiddos will be able to enjoy themselves without being bombarded by bigger kids. Chuck E. Cheese's game layout has all the toddler games and rides on one side and the further you go to the opposite side, the bigger the games get. It was awesome being able to be in our own little area with no hovering big kids!

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