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What You'll Get
Bowling-alley lanes are covered in a thin layer of oil, facilitating a smooth trip for the ball and hilarious pratfalls for would-be pin burglars. Engage in slippery sport with today's Groupon: for $15, you get a bowling outing for four people at St. Charles Lanes (up to a $41 total value). The outing includes:
- Two rounds of bowling (up to a $3/round value per person)
- Four rental pairs of shoes (a $2.50/person value)
- Two orders of french fries (a $1 value each)
- Four medium sodas (a $1.25 value each)
St. Charles Lanes’ 32 glossy bowling lanes provide ample space for strikes and spares tracked across an electronic scoreboard. After selecting a spherical weapon of choice, bowling foursomes can set up camp at the end of a lane for two rounds of pin-clobbering escapades. Rental shoes shield toes in the event of a dropped ball or bungled victory dance, and heaps of french fries and soda provide fuel for impeccable strikes and beautifully whiffed gutterballs. St. Charles Lanes also features free wireless Internet, which players can use between turns to research the weaknesses of fellow opponents.
Though St. Charles Lanes occasionally offers specials, this deal is the best offer available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid during tournament or league play. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About St. Charles Lanes
The clatter of pins and rumble of bowling balls echoes across 32 gleaming rollways at St. Charles Lanes, and mingles with the robust aromas of homemade pizzas from the snack bar. During glow-bowl sessions, the glossy alleys drape themselves in the same delightfully disorienting shades of neon that strobe lights flash just after the Supreme Court announces a ruling. Waves of free WiFi and light from the overhead electric-scoring machines cascade over live musicians, whom guests can emulate during karaoke every Friday night.