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Discounts To Omaha Fun Centers

The Omaha area has a variety of indoor activity centers; you probably have your favorite. You’ve got your Amazing Pizza Machine, your Dave & Buster, your Chuck E. Cheese’s.

Everyone loves them (everyone = your kids; you may sit there daydreaming of some quiet time and a glass of wine). But these places aren’t cheap.

My money-saving tactic is to pretend like they don’t exist. What do my young children know? But, I know that ignorance won’t last long, so I need a plan.

Here’s where to find some discounts:

Amazing Pizza Machine

Where: 13955 S. Plaza

Amazing Pizza Machine

Join the Amazing VIP Club for discounts year round, like free game play, extra prize tickets, pricing deals and more. It’s free to join.

Additional discounts include Monday Night Active Duty Deals for military, police, fire, etc.; Terrific Tuesdays; and ½ Price Wacky Wednesdays. There are also late-night specials.

Chuck E. Cheese

Where: 225 N. 76th St.


Sign up for the Cheese Reward emails in order to get alerts on deals, a surprise on your child’s birthday among other things. You’ll find out about location-specific coupons through these emails.

Another tip: Chuck E. Cheese supports all sorts of good behaviors from reading and doing your homework to, no kidding, not picking your nose. Go here for all the calendars, print some out, keep track of it for two weeks and then redeem it (one per child per day) to get 10 free tokens; food purchase is required.

Dave and Buster

Where: 2502 S. 133rd Plaza, Suite 111 

Dave and Busters

Looks like some deals vary by location, but in Omaha, here’s what you get: Mondays through Fridays, 4:30 to 7 p.m., you can get a Power of Play (60 minutes) for $10. They offer the Eat Play Win deal for $16.99. Happy Hour, yes please, is Mondays through Fridays from 4:30 to 7 p.m. and include half-price cocktails and $2.50 domestic pints. There’s also Late Night Happy Hour Sundays through Thursdays, 9 p.m. to close, with the same specials. Your best deal, though, is ½ Price Games Wednesday. Another promo only running through Aug. 18 is Play 5 Free, where you can try out five of the eight new games there; you’ll have to purchase at least a $10 Power Card or reload it, and you have to test those games out all on the same day.

The Mark

Where: 20902 Cumberland Drive, Elkhorn, Neb.

First thing’s first, go to this entertainment center’s homepage and sign up for a $10 open bowling certificate.

Before going, browse the website to see prices for different activities – they vary by day, with midweek being the least expensive. There are also food specials paired with things like bowling.

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Tuesday 6th of August 2013

We only make it to Omaha a few times a year, so I am really glad to see a list of discounted fun activities, so we better know how to plan when we come. I was not aware of all of the possible discounts. Our family of six is always searching for ways to have fun without breaking the bank. I follow your blog on Blog Lovin' and like what you have written so far. Thanks!


Tuesday 6th of August 2013

Glad I can help! It's surprising how many places there are in Omaha for bowling, laser tag, go karts, etc.

Julie @ Family Fun in Omaha

Monday 5th of August 2013

This is a great list! Thanks for putting it together. Kids Bowl Free is a great program -we have gone almost once /week all summer!

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