Uh oh...the new coupons just changed! I just received my coupon email directly from CEC. The link goes to the CEC website, and the coupons now contain your emial address. The email address is passed through the url: I changed the link below to email@example.com I don't know if this means they will no longer take coupons with the old format. Oh well, it was a good run of many buy 40/get 100 deals!
As promised, I signed up again to get the bonus email coupons for January, and I obfuscated the email address. The link to the new PDFs are in the Quick Summary, and I will update them each month. The buy 40 get 60 is back!
I also updated the US and Canada coupons. Same coupons as last month, new 02/01/09 expiration date.
I want to first thank you sooo much for the wonderuful coupons! I've been using this site for over a year but have never posted. The only thing is for the new coupons that you add your e-mail it won't let me change the e-mail. (In the url the other e-mail doesn't even show up.) Is anyone else having any problems? Thanks!
BroChaos said: how often can you use the buy 40 get 60? are they really checking the emails in the system? All I can say is that I copy them to word and put six coupons on a page. I've never been questioned when I use them at a couple of locations.
New coupons here expire March 1, 2009. Make sure to edit the URL in your browser to change the phrase firstname.lastname@example.org. Now they add a fifth coupon that says add 20 free tokens with the use of any coupon above. I would think you could do one of the pizza deals and then the buy 60 get 40 (which becomes buy 60 get 60).
HI I am planning my sons birtdhay party at chuck e cheese. Any suggestions please to use the best coupons.There will be 15 kids and 15 adults. What coupons do you folks suggest to be the best price to order pizzas and drinks along with the coupons.I know buy 40 get 60 free is the best deal as far as I have seen just for coupons.But for pizzas I need help.
go to the quick summary and see the various meal deal coupons, and figure out how many pizzas and drinks you want, and go from there. For example, coupon #198 ($19 for 1 lg pizza, 4 drinks, and tokens) is the best deal of all the "one pizza only" coupons, since you'll want to combine that with the $10 for 100 token coupon for however many tokens you need. However, depending on how many pizzas and drinks you'll need, you might also need to include the 2 pizza coupon (large and medium pizza) with 6 drinks to optimize your choice.
At chuckie's I always buy LESS food than you think you need, since not only is it overpriced and not very good, kids get so distracted that they waste a lot of food if you buy too much. Many adults lose their appetite there as well it seems. So, it all depends on whether you want to buy a lot of food so you look generous, or buy less so you look frugal and economic.
Remember to print multiple coupons and split into groups so the drones don't try to enforce "one per visit" rules. I always buy MORE tokens than I think I need, since at 10 cents per token, its a pretty good deal, esp since every ride/game is only one token (and that way any negative vibes from buying "too little" food" are cancelled out by your generosity with tokens, which really is why you are there anyway, to play the games, not eat the food). They have, for example, a two person ride through a choice of 6 different scenes that lasts a long time and works for one token for both kids, which is a great deal. Also new I noticed a "drawing" station where two kids can have their picture "drawn" digitally for one token - much better than those cheesy photos on the chucky ride that the kid is always looking away from when the camera snaps.
satya589 said: HI I am planning my sons birtdhay party at chuck e cheese. Any suggestions please to use the best coupons.There will be 15 kids and 15 adults. What coupons do you folks suggest to be the best price to order pizzas and drinks along with the coupons.I know buy 40 get 60 free is the best deal as far as I have seen just for coupons.But for pizzas I need help.
#198 is probably the best coupon to use for pizzas. It's on the same PDF as the buy 40 get 60 coupon.
There are germs everywhere in the world, even ones that cause "serious" illness. I'm sure the Chuck E. Cheese play areas have much less germs than the average outdoor playground or sandbox (which aren't sanitized each night).
Unless they're infants, kids have pretty robust immune systems. While the strain they complained about most in the article, Enterobacter sakazakii, can cause serious infections, those infections are exceedingly rare and mostly occur in neonatal and under-age-2 infants who drink infected baby formula. In fact, this bacteria is commonly found in small quantities in milk powder and cereals, but even though the bacteria is there the chances of it taking hold and causing an infection are rare unless the bacteria has sufficient time to breed in a wet environment and is then ingested in large quantities by an infant.
I had a party for my son this weekend at Chucky's and used the $18.99 pizza coupon and the $10 for 100 tokens coupon.I printed several just in case but the server/party helper told me I could get up to 5 deals with each of the pizza coupons. She says that is Chucky official policy.
On the coupons I have gotten in the past, it says "Limit 5 uses". On the 40+60 one from here it says "one time use". I think it might be the official policy.
And I would hope Chuck E Cheese employees are required to spray down the machines daily. I mean, it would make sense and I am pretty sure they do. I go there a lot with my niece and nephew who are 5 and 3, we are all alive. Hell, I even forgot to wash my hands once before I ate my sorry excuse for Italian Bread Sticks...
Just carry some Hand sanitizer and you/the kids will probably be fine.
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