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What You'll Get
Bowling is like taking a road test: the only way to win is to knock over more obstacles than everyone else. Cruise to victory with today’s deal: for $25, you get the Family Night for Four package, good for bowling, shoe rental, pizza, and soda, at Broken Arrow Lanes, located in Broken Arrow (up to a $65.42 value).
Broken Arrow Lanes is a smoke-free, 36-lane facility for families to come together in the spirit of walloping wood pins. The Family Night for Four package rolls out two games of bowling for four people, shoe rental for four people, a large one-topping pizza, and a pitcher of soda. Top your edible cheese disc with pepperoni, hamburger, Canadian bacon, sausage, or bacon bits to prevent seventh-frame finger cramps and show off your laser-like bowling precision. Each of Broken Arrow’s well-kept lanes comes equipped with a toaster and automatic scoring to keep track of every spare, strike, kitten, and seven–10 split.
Besides strengthening arm muscles, thighs, glutes, calves, and Jeff Bridges impressions, bowling at Broken Arrow Lanes strengthens socio-familial bonds by giving friends and families a casual, nonviolent arena to challenge each other over chit-chat. This all-inclusive atmosphere makes Broken Arrow Lanes the perfect venue for introducing friends from different social circles or for celebrating Uncle Ted’s successful fire-breathing business.
Not valid toward arcade games.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Subject to availability. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid toward arcade games. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Broken Arrow Lanes
Broken Arrow Lanes facilitates pin-crushing revelry throughout the week with youth and adult leagues and open-bowling hours on 36 lanes. Flat-screen televisions suspended above each lane display players' scores and heated debates between news pundits and teleprompters. The alley also envelops a pro shop, a redemption-based game room, and a full-service dining area, where patrons can snag handheld meals such as burgers, sandwiches, and pizza slices but not bowling balls.