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Are You An All You Can Player?


Find out what type of play is right for you with our all you can play quiz

 

 

Part of our mission as Fun Capital of the Universe™ is to ensure we are always evolving our gaming packages, so guests get the most value out of their visits to Chuck E. Cheese’s. As the first step to this, we went back to the basics to incorporate more of what kids really want. We talked to lots of kids and parents, and what we heard over and over again is that they want lots of games, tickets and a fun experience for the whole family.

 With that in mind, this summer we launched a whole new way to play, called All You Can Play. This is the all-inclusive way to play, where you buy an amount of time instead of Play Points. Our logic behind this? Buying time instead of points allows kids to maximize the amount of games and tickets they can win during a visit.

 All You Can Play games means as a parent, you never have to top off your kid’s Play Pass cards when they race through all of their Play Points quickly. Unlimited games also mean that your kids get to play 50% more games* and even try out new games they have never played before. More games + more tickets = more prizes! That is the kind of math problem we like to do.  

 It isn’t too good to be true that All You Can Play is available every day and on any game. You see, it isn’t a short-term promotion or a gimmick. It’s a new way to play that you can get every day of the week, all hours of the day. All of the games and rides in the restaurant are included with no red tape involved. Because we put kids-fun first, All You Can Play was born. It’s as simple as that!

 With that said, kids do have different styles of playing and sometimes that varies on age. Take our quiz to find out what kind of gamer they are!

*Starting at $9 in most locations. See your location for pricing and details. All You Can Play is time-based. 
Time expires at the end of the day of purchase. At participating locations only.

 

Answering your Questions:

How much does All You Can Play cost?

All You Can Play games starts at $9 for 30 minutes of play time. Pricing may differ by location.

 Can you pause your time?

Yes, you can make the most of your time by pausing your play one time when it’s time to eat and take a restroom break. Then simply resume play at the kiosk when you are ready to start again.

 Can I save some of my time for another day?

Your time expires at the end of the day you purchased it. When time is up, your Play Pass will stop working.  

 

 

 

 

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