Need rainy day activities for the kids to get you through the summer? Kids Bowl Free is a program designed to help introduce kids to bowling by letting them play up to two free games all summer long!
It's absolutely free to sign up and so popular that we put together a guide to answer a few of the most common questions about Kids Bowl Free Canada. It's available across the US and in most Canadian provinces and territories (except Nunavut). Just head to KidsBowlFree.com and select your province to get started.
In a nutshell, the KBF program allows children (usually under the age of 15) to bowl for free. You can score up to two free games every single day, if you want – which is great if your kids are looking to improve their skills but can't commit to a league. And since it's free, you don't need to worry about team fees, either.
How do you register for Kids Bowl Free?
To sign up to Kids Bowl Free, choose a bowling centre near you from their list of locations across Canada and the US. When you click through, you'll see a sign-up form to complete online. Fill that out and make sure you read through the terms and conditions specific to that bowling alley. When you're done, hit "sign up now!"
Every parent or guardian who registers children for the free bowling passes will need to create a Kids Bowl Free account. You do that right on the sign-up page by entering your name, address and contact information. You also need to create a password and connect everything to an email address. Make sure it's one you check regularly, because Kids Bowl Free will send you coupons and discounts!
All participating bowling centres set the age limits for these passes (as well as their opening hours, shoe rental fees and prices for adult bowlers). Most of this information is usually available when you click the link to sign up at a given location. Every place I've seen allows kids 15 and under to sign up, but this can vary.
What is the Kids Bowl Free Family Pass?
The Family Pass allows as many as four adults to bowl up to two free games along with registered kids – so you can all play together! The cost can vary (but you can find the price by selecting your local bowling alley from their list of participating locations), and each pass is a one-time payment that covers games all summer long. You need to purchase the Family Pass online, and you can't buy one at a bowling alley.
Is there a Kids Bowl Free coupon code?
On the lookout for Kids Bowl Free coupon codes? You can opt in to Kids Bowl Free coupons when you sign up for the program online. Just check the box at the end of the form to accept weekly email coupons, and they'll get sent right to your inbox. You can also opt in for text alerts whenever your new coupons arrive.