Bowling with Shoes and Food Credit at Burnham Bowl (Up to 47% Off). Three Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Enjoy two games of bowling while munching on food like cheeseburgers, onion rings, tacos, and pizza in this family-friendly bowling alley

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 120 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid on New Year's Eve. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $15 for two games of bowling for up to two with shoes and $10 food voucher ($28 value)
  • $29 for two games of bowling for up to four with shoes and $15 food voucher ($51 value)
  • $39 for two games of bowling for up to six with shoes and $20 food voucher ($74 value)

Bowling Handicaps: Leveling the Playing Lane

Bowling fosters friendly competition between newbies and semi-pros alike. Learn how you can democratize your game with Groupon’s study of bowling handicaps.

Ordinarily, a bowler with a killer strike shot wouldn’t think of competing with one who sighs with relief when he knocks down a single pin. But if you throw handicaps into the mix, the odds get a lot more interesting. Common in amateur leagues and tournaments, bowling handicaps can make for fairer competition between bowlers of any skill level. Although most bowlers don’t use handicaps outside of official events, casual bowlers playing three or more games can apply handicaps to spice up the competition between novices and those who took their bowling ball to prom.

To determine your handicap, you must first know your average—usually calculated over your first three games. Then, you subtract your average from the basis score, which is a predetermined number designed to be higher than most individual averages. Most leagues use a basis score of about 200, so if your average score were 110, you’d end up with 90 after this step. The last step is to multiply that number by the agreed-upon handicap percentage, which usually ranges from 80 percent to 100 percent. (The higher the percentage, the more level the playing field is between bowlers.) If you use a 90 percent handicap in this example (90 multiplied by 0.9), your handicap will be 81, meaning you’ll add 81 pins to every game you bowl. Players with higher averages will have lower handicaps, making the competition more even. Although your average will fluctuate as you bowl more games, the basis score will remain unchanged, just like the satisfaction of wiping the smirk off that stubborn seven-pin’s face.

Customer Reviews

Good food, small quaint environment.
Daphne M. · August 13, 2016
It was fun. Lanes were smaller than what I expected but still had a blast. My only gripe was that I realized later after I had left that the $2 balance (after ordering on my $10 food voucher) that the lady charged me $2.50 for fries (my last order) and never adjusted me for the difference. Not going to hurt me financially, but still...
B. X. · July 28, 2016
Small fun place to bowl and have some good food. Would recommend.
Thomas S. · July 9, 2016
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    West Allis

    6016 W Burnham St.

    West Allis, WI 53219

    +14145437880

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