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What You'll Get
If life is just a bowl of cherries, then bowling is a life of launching 12-pound cherry-flavored gum balls. Experience life's sweetest pastime with today's Groupon to Aaron's Family Fun Center in Belton. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get 18 holes of mini golf for a group of up to six people (a $25 value).
- For $20, you get two hours of bowling plus shoe rental for a group of up to six people (a $40 value).
Aaron's Family Fun Center challenges competitors with 32 bowling lanes and a newly renovated, 18-hole mini-golf course. Peppered with scenic frondescence, the mini-golf course gives club swingers a chance to fine-tune their short game with the assistance of chattering chipmunk caddies. Putters traipse across ponds and bridges, surmounting obstacles such as rocks and wood-chip traps. Alternatively, bowlers can slide hooves into a pair of rental shoes and target pin contingents during games of bowling. Thirty-two lanes provide a waxy battleground for hurling strikes, rolling score-mutilating gutter balls, and victorious performances of the electric boogaloo.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Aaron's Family Fun Center
Glossy bowling lanes explode with the sounds of crashing pins at Aaron's Family Fun Center, where an arcade, outdoor mini-golf course, and six sand volleyball courts keep all manner of attentions entertained. The 32-lane array gives ample space for individual and league play, though larger parties can opt to reserve The Den, a private, elegant bowling alley featuring six lanes, library-paneled walls, and no restrictions on false old-timey mustaches. The mini-golf course challenges putters to 18 holes with a range of colorful obstacles for year-round enjoyment, though unfavorable weather may limit off-season play to all but the most wind-resistant of miniature athletes.