Thursday, September 7, 2017

Celebrate National Video Games Day at Chuck E Cheese!


Tomorrow night we'll be prepping my SIL's house for Hurricane Irma and really hoping she (the hurricane, not my SIL) doesn't stop by to visit. Our place is being prepped by the association that runs the apartments. I hope they do a good job. My biggest worry right now is flooding because even if it rains hard, the parking lot doesn't drain well where we live. I hope that stays my biggest worry, if you know what I mean.




My oldest son took time off work and drove my granddaughter to Georgia yesterday. Just making sure he's got her out of the storm. Her mom is a social worker, so she has to stay here and help with the shelters. We're staying, and heading to a shelter if it's going to be a direct hit. Today though...we're just enjoying the time off work and school that they gave us, and we're heading to a movie and then to Chuck E. Cheese!! I'll miss my grandbaby along, it's one of her favorite places to go, but I know she's better off where she's at...and I'm sure we'll have a good time just the same. 

Chuck E' Cheese’s always hits the fun spot, and next week they're also having a par-tay at a handful of locations to help celebrate National Video Games Day at a handful of locations. The date: Tuesday, September 12. Don't forget to mark your calendars, and check to see if your location is participating!

The Deets

Chuck E. Cheese’s, being the world’s largest buyer of cabinet style video games is offering guests 20 minutes of free game play with $5 minimum food purchase in celebration of National Video Games Day. See below for more details.

·         20 minutes of free play on National Video Games Day with $5 minimum food purchase.

o   U.S. stores only (Excludes Anchorage, Spokane, and Franchisees)
o   Offer valid all day
o   Limit 1 per guest
o   At all participating US Play Press stores excluding franchisees.
·         No coupon code necessary
o   Offer will display at “20Min VidGameDay”
It's going to be a great time. See you there!

33 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good deal. Too bad mine aren't participating. Thinking of you guys and hoping you all stay safe through Irma!

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    1. Irma and then Jose... I'm just not in the mood for guests (of the wind variety, anyway). ;)

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  2. Oh dear I've seen the news and we were just in HK where the typhoons were pretty bad too. Praying for all your safety!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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    1. I saw some of your Hong Kong pictures on Instagram. I'd love to visit there. Glad you weren't ill-affected by the typhoons!

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  3. I hope Irma doesn't hit hard and you don't flood.

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    1. Thanks, Alex. Trying to decide on the best place to park my car has been the biggest plague today. Trees everywhere... which is nice, usually!

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  4. Good she is safe there. Hopefully you all make it unscathed and it turns out to miss everyone. Enjoy the day, been a while since I played a video game.

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    1. I'm glad she's in Georgia too. She's in good hands there too, she's got a lot of people around her who love her oodles and tons there. :)

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  5. I didn't know they needed a day to celebrate video games.

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    1. Oh yes, Binky. Any reason to celebrate at Chuck E Cheese is sound and valid in our eyes. ;) :)

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  6. I too hope you're in a safe area. I worry about all those affected by these storms. Be safe, my friend. ☺

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    1. Thanks, Sandee. Irma's definitely a pretty big lady!! Let's hope she goes out to sea to rest (permanently).

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  7. Oh darn. Nothing in TN. LOL! I guess I'll just have to miss it. ;)

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    1. I have a friend here who just built a house in TN. Her move-in date wasn't for a bit yet, but guess where they went anyway. ;)

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  8. Oh Rosey, I know you are preparing to stay as safe as possible.
    I'll be praying for you. *HUGS*
    And this Chuck E Cheese thing sounds fun!

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    1. I know you know storms!! And yes, Chuck E Cheese is always fun. :)

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  9. My kids would have loved to celebrate National Video Game Day when they were younger. Please, please be safe!

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    1. Thank you for the well wishes. My boys would still love to participate in National Video Game Day, lol, and two of them are grown. ;)

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  10. I will be praying for you. I promise.

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    1. Thank you, Susan. You know we appreciate it. We're definitely praying too.

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  11. Hi Rosey - I'm glad your granddaughter is safe further away - and now I can only wish all in the path of Irma a safe few days - take care - cheers Hilary

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    1. I'm so glad my grandbaby is in another state too. Thank you for the well wishes!

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  12. How scary! I do wish you were out of there. It sounds pretty serious. I guess if you have the time off you may as well make the most of it. We have a Chuck E Cheese, but we've never gone with the boys. We've always gone to a place called, The Amazing Pizza Machine. We should check out Chuck E Cheese sometime.

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    1. Thank goodness we have time to prepare and evacuate. I can't imagine the old days when people had no clue these things were coming.

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  13. Sounds like an awesome deal. My girls love Chuck E. Cheese's too. Thinking of you with the storm and saying prayers that you are all OK through it now.

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    1. I bet your girls do love Chuck E Cheese. It's def. a great place to take the kids. :) Thanks for the well wishes on the storm.

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  14. I hope you are snug and safe and that your parking space stays dry. I know somewhat of your fears as I lived for 25 years in Melbourne and every year, it was the same scares. Now, here in Montana we have earthquakes that toss us out of bed at night. Where is the ideal piece of quiet land?????
    Strongly thinking of you.

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    1. Hi Belva! I love Florida so much that I'd rather be faced w/evacuation a couple of times a year rather than live anywhere else. Like you said, there's not really a perfect destination free of natural disaster or some kind of inclement weather (I do know I HATE ice and snow). Thank you for the kind words and thoughts.

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  15. Hope all goes smoothly.
    My boys used to love chuck e cheese when they were younger.

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    1. They don't still love it???? My oldest/grown kids still get a kick out of going if they're home while we're visiting :) ;)

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  16. Keeping my fingers crossed for you, Rosey.

    Blue

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  17. Thanks, Blue. Got my fingers and toes crossed up too. :)

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  18. I have never been in a chunky cheese we don't have one around here. My sister lives in nashville and her grandkids love to go there

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