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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 gumballs. Experience life’s sweetest pastime with today’s Groupon: for $24, you get a bowling outing for four at Rainbow Lanes Family Fun Center in Clayton (up to a $62.42 total value). The outing includes:
- Eight games of bowling (two/person; up to a $4.59 value per person per game)
- Four shoe rentals (a $3.08 value each)
- A 16-inch cheese or one-topping pizza (up to a $13.38 value)<p>
Rainbow Lanes’ confines brim with the sounds of clattering pins and jovial celebration as bowlers sling their spherical charges along the gleaming alleys during open bowling times. Groups of four strap on stylish shoes, choose appropriately sized balls, and saunter over to a lane to peacefully settle athletic disputes. Late in the evening on Fridays and Saturdays, black lights illuminate the lanes, balls, colorful pins, and patrons with a psychedelic iridescence, giving the sport a vibrant new edge like an umpire with a kaleidoscope. The alley’s free WiFi allows skilled rollers to multitask, and a full snack bar satiates between-game cravings with tasty one-topping 16-inch pizzas. The facility also includes a separate billiards room, arcade, mini himalayan ride, and other delights and distractions.
Rainbow Lanes Family Fun Center’s prices vary throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rainbow Lanes Family Fun Center
Rainbow Lanes Family Fun Center invites pin shattering on more than 30 automatic scoring lanes. Between frames, patrons can crack cue on one of the alley's eight pool tables, improve motor coordination in Rainbow's arcade, try the miniature Himalaya ride, or chat with an experienced pro-shop worker about the days when balls rolled uphill both ways.