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Go here and play the ticket blaster game to win up to 30 tickets for Chuck E. Cheese prizes. Just click around and the tickets are very easy to get. After you collect all of your tickets you will need to print them out. There is a limit of one free ticket reward per child, per day.

You can also get other coupons from the Chuck E Cheese website.

What exactly would 30 tickets earn your child?  I haven’t been there in ages…

(thanks Howard!)

    • Staceyw81

      Ok, forgive me for my ignorance. I have a 17 month old and haven't been to chuck-e-cheese since I was a child. Do you have to pay to get in? Could I just take my son, play a few games, and leave? (I do realize he will be screaming as I drag him out to the car.) Does anyone know what 30 tickets are worth? Thanks for any help!

      • Heidischk

        No, you don't have to pay to get in. All games require tokens to play and are 1 token (25 cents) each to play.

      • Gabersc

        30 tickets would likely get you about 3 pieces of candy or one small trinket. When I say small it would be choking hazard small.
        We haven't been in a couple years but they always come out screaming.

      • Jen

        If you want to purchase another item or add to the tickets, it only costs a penny a ticket. So it is much cheaper to just buy the prize rather than play tons of games at a quarter each.

        If you sign up for their web site coupon deals, you get pretty good coupons that are better than the ones in the newspaper. I think the deal we usually get has 30 tokens, large pizza and four drinks for 18.99. Not too bad for an evening of fun and games.
        They also usually have ways that little kids can earn free tokens for such things as brushing teeth, sleeping through the night. ect….

      • Staceyw81

        Thank you all for your help. We may wait a while on the chuck-e-cheese fun! He doesn't know what he's missing yet. :)

    • Mistletoes405

      We've been going to CEC's alot this summer on the really hot days. For about $15 my kids play for hours. You don't have to purchase food while you're there, so we usually go first thing in the morning or right after lunch. They love it, I know they're safe (CEC's has a great child security system), and I get to sit down and relax for a little bit. I find for my kids it's not so much about the tickets as it is the games, but I'm sure they'll still get a kick out of the frre tickets.

    • Deanapeoples

      We had a birthday party for my three year old and I played the ticket game and was able to get each child that came to the party an extra 30 tickets for their prizes. It worked out really well!!! They were excited and it helped the parents out as well!

    • Deanapeoples

      We had a birthday party for my three year old and I played the ticket game and was able to get each child that came to the party an extra 30 tickets for their prizes. It worked out really well!!! They were excited and it helped the parents out as well!