Chuck E. Cheese fans can win up to 50 free tickets for playing the chain's new online game, Chuck E. Rocks. Additionally, those who bring the game's free ticket certificate into stores can redeem it for up to 100 free tickets.
The new game features the company's new rock star mouse, Chuck E., and his guitar. Players catch flying musical notes as Chuck E. plays along to his favorite song.
"Whether it's in stores or online, we're always looking for fun ways for families to enjoy the one-of-a-kind Chuck E. Cheese's experience, and adding Chuck E. Rocks to our lineup of exciting, online games is a great example of this," said Randy Forsythe, executive vice president, director of operations, Chuck E. Cheese's. "In addition to making memories, kids will have an opportunity to play music along with Chuck E. and start winning tickets for even bigger prizes before they even walk in the door."
Families can play the Chuck E. Rocks game online at chuckecheese.com/play. To begin, players use the mouse to touch the flying music notes which strums Chuck E.'s guitar. As the music notes come out from the speakers, players should scroll the mouse over as many notes as possible to earn bonuses and points before the game ends. As the game progresses, players will see Chuck E. rock out on three different stages. Once each of the three levels are complete, parents and kids can print out a free ticket reward certificate redeemable for up to 50 tickets online and up to 100 tickets in stores. Guests can use the ticket certificate with other Chuck E. Cheese's coupons and value packages on their next visit. One free certificate can be redeemed per child, per day.
Gamers can also win tickets with other Chuck E. games online, including Skeeball and Ticket Blaster. Ticket certificates from online games are worth double in store from now through March 31. Each child is able to redeem one certificate per day. In addition, guests can sing along with Chuck E. by downloading his latest hits for free on the Chuck E. Rocks Facebook App or Band Profile.
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