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What You'll Get
Bowlers showcase the perfect fusion of style, power, and grace—dazzling onlookers with the flashy footwork and skillful tosses of ice-skating pizza-makers. Showoff your own 10-point perfection with today's Groupon: for $30, you get one hour of bowling, plus shoe rental, pizza, and soda for four players at Fox Bowl in Wheaton (a $61.95 total value).
Fox Bowl thrills pin smashers of all ages with family-friendly facilities and a full selection of bowling amenities. Fuel your four-person strike force with a large three-topping pizza and a pitcher of soda from neighboring pie palace Stella's Pizza and Pub, before taking to the lanes to work out your shared loathing of milkmen and circus jugglers with one hour of pacifying pin-punishment. To help children and adults suffering from persistent double vision, or compulsive jazz hands, all lanes are equipped with optional bumpers to prevent errant tosses from reaching the gutter.
As an alternative to standard marble chucking, Fox Bowl also offers cosmic bowling. Featured on Monday and Wednesday nights, and Friday and Saturday afternoons and evenings, the normally modest alley lights up with a combination of laser, disco, and black lights as the sound system blasts out popular tunes, accompanied by music videos and edgy nature films displayed on the alley's 10-foot projection screen. Open bowl times vary throughout the week, so be sure to check out the online schedule before loading your talented turkey trotters into the car.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fox Bowl
On Friday and Saturday, Fox Bowl transforms from a brightly lit bowling alley into an activity-filled nightclub equipped with laser lights, disco lights, fog machines, and a 10-foot screen broadcasting family-friendly music videos. This is cosmic bowling, a party-like event that begins early in the afternoon and extends late into the evening, allowing all ages to enjoy futuristic entertainment without having to watch robots perform cabaret acts. League opportunities are also available for both children and adults, as are private bowling lessons with USBC-certified instructor Gregg Zicha. During lessons, Gregg collaborates with digital video-analysis software and calls upon more than 20 years as a PBA member to help to perfect each student's form. He also reveals techniques that have led him through 47 perfect 300 games and two USBC national championships.