Chuck E. Cheese’s: Win 30 FREE Tickets!

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Chuck E. Cheese’s has a new Ticket Blaster instant win game to play. Just head on over here and click on “Enter” to start playing. Hurry and collect as many tickets as you can. After playing, you’ll win up to 30 FREE tickets! One Free Ticket Redemption Per Child, Per Day. These tickets can then be redeemed for FREE prizes at Chuck. E. Cheese’s.

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  1. Melissa W

    I played and got 22 tickets my first time. Very easy game.

  2. Annie

    Thanks won 30 tickets!

  3. serephina

    how many tix does it take to win something?

    • MommySpendsLess

      I believe the lowest level prizes are 10 tickets. But you can purchase the prizes outright for $0.01=1 ticket. While 30 extra tickets would probably thrill a child going to CEC to play games, it wouldn’t be worth a special trip to get a $0.30 toy. As I recall the lower level prizes are usually things like a roll of Smarties, a sheet of Chuck E. Cheese stickers, a dime sized plastic bug, a rubber bracelet, a 1″x1″ envelope of body glitter, etc.

      • Debbie

        The prizes are very, like a tootsie roll for around 15 tickets. I think we got a pencil for 75 tickets. If your child is in school, bring their report card and they can get free tokens to play games. Playing the games is what makes it fun, not the junky prizes.

    • jack

      me to

  4. Sarah

    It is just letting me play again and again…. so much for once per day!

    • Tammi

      I think you can play as many times as you want, but you can only redeem one of your printouts per child per day.

  5. kelli

    anyone know if it’s printing the same “number”. Mine was 265765 and under the UPC was 880846. We having been saving up for about 5 years. Our last prize redeemed was a KNEX roller coaster (6,000 points). Currently, we have about 4,000 saved up. I’m sure I sound like a mean mother, but we have insisted to our son (who is 11 now) that the cheaper prizes are not worth the tickets and make him leave empty handed everytime until we reach enough for the best biggest prize.

    • kelli

      just answered my own question about the numbers. I played the game again, and they are DIFFERENT.

    • Jed

      We do the same thing!
      Our routine is to pick out a small piece of candy for the ride home and save the rest of the tickets for a big prize later! Never a complaint. They get excited just for a little something sweet!

    • AmyJ

      I don’t think you sound like a mean mom. You sound like a smart mom! My son always picks out a couple of pieces of junk that get forgotten about in a day or two!!

    • momwhocares

      We do the same thing – I tell my kids that the fun they have is what they got for the day and when we have enough tkts for a large prize that is the bonus.

      So, we do not use the tkts at all on small prizes – at first there was confusion, but now we pick a prize to save for and then there is excitement as we save. This also teaches our kids about the value of saving and patience for their future to be smarter adults, I believe.

  6. BrenLuk

    I won 30 easy in 15 seconds!

  7. Belinda

    1 free ticket per child per day? Does that mean each child can play once a day or when u go in each child can only use one of the ticket blaster tickets? if my child plays everyday, can she save them up and redeem all of them on the same day?

  8. Maria

    I’m having issues with this game. Is anyone else having a problem getting it to work? I open the page, click on the ‘Enter’ arrow and nothing happens. Am I missing something/ doing something wrong? I’ve tried refreshing the page, closing out and clicking on the link again and nothing seems to work……Hmmmmm, Maybe I’ll just have to try again tomorrow…

  9. WenFromTx

    Put Chuckee’s gloves in the middle and just click click click click click over and over. You get the max of 30 in about 15 seconds. You don’t have to grab around, unless you actually play it.
    Also, there are printable reward charts that give you free TOKENS. Usually, the stores in Texas, let you use 2 per child… like I dressed myself chart, I lost a tooth chart, good at the doctor…
    Also the tickets are actually valued at one penny a piece. If you are short 100 tickets for that big item, just ask to pay the difference – $1!

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