AMF Summer Unplugged

What is your favorite thing to do in the summer to keep from being bored?  When I was a kid my mom used to take us and some of our friends bowling.  We all stunk at it, but my little brother had an interesting approach – he’d lean the way he wanted the ball to roll.  Sometimes it actually worked!  Now that I’m stuck at work all day in the summer, I long to go back to having summers off to be lazy and have some fun at the bowling alley!

Spare your kids from boredom (and the heat)! Two free games every day for each child ages 15 and under registered in the Summer Unplugged program* (Shoe rental not included, but they’re worth paying for.) Sign-up here for free bowling all summer long! AMF Summer

*You can register up to six children in the program. If you would like to add more children, you will need to create a new account using an alternate email address.

Adults won’t be left melting in the heat! An AMF Summer Pass is just $34.95 and includes two games per day for the pass owner and up to three guests ages 16 and up. (Shoe rental not included, but they’re worth paying for.) Sign up here for AMF’s Summer Pass AMF Summer

New for 2013:

One simple sign-up, no coupons to be emailed or printed! Simply present your membership card or your name at your local AMF center and you’re all set to go!

“Stay and Play” option – additional games can be added for just $1.49! So if the competition is hot and the weather is hotter, you can keep the strikes coming and stay cool for less!

The Summer Unplugged and Summer Pass programs run May 13, 2013 through September 2, 2013. Members can redeem their bowling games every day from open until 8pm usiing their membership pass, member ID, first name or other unique identifier.

With over 250 locations, AMF is where America goes bowling! Find an AMF Bowling Center near you

 

 

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