Kids bowl free all summer!

BFFs Luis and Luka and their HULK ball.

We are so excited that the national Kids Bowl Free program will be offered again this year, and it starts now. There are bowling centers participating across the nation, in almost every state. Kids everywhere can spend the summer bowling, which is a great way to play together as a family. It's also the best way to beat the heat. Dallas: Plano Superbowl, Red Bird Lanes in Duncanville, and Strikz Entertainment in Frisco are participating.

What is Kids Bowl Free?
Kids get to bowl 2 games for free EVERY DAY all summer long. You can sign up to 6 kids to bowl free on your account.

Each bowling center participating has their own age eligibility rules, and you'll need to sign up either at your local center, or on-line if they offer that option. Here's all the details.

Me at my agency's holiday bowling party this year.

A deal for parents too.
If you want to bowl WITH your kids, they've made it affordable for parents too: you can purchase a family pass for $24.95 that is good for up to 4 adults to bowl 2 games every day all summer long with their free kids. (Or if you have an older kid that isn't covered by the free bowling, this will cover them.)

*Remember, this pass doesn't include shoe rental, so if you're going to bowl a lot, I'd suggest buying some bowling shoes. I got some for Luka, since he and daddy go bowling almost every week. You can find bowling shoes for everyone in your family on Amazon for around $25 each. If you choose to buy shoes thru my Amazon link, you'll be supporting this blog at no additional cost to you.

Find your nearest participating center here. Center participating are located in AL, AZ, CA, CT, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, MI, MN, MS, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NY, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, TX, VT, WA and WI. And even Canada!

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Mommy's Wish List Disclosure: KidsBowlFree is hosting my family this summer in their program, to make it easier for me to share it with you. 

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