Issue Date: Vol. 51, No. 1, January 2011, Posted On: 1/11/2011
Chuck E. Cheese's Tries Online Ticket Redemption
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IRVING, TX -- The Chuck E. Cheese's chain began awarding tickets and prizes to online players of a game called Ticket Blaster.
As tickets zoom around the computer screen, kids have 30 seconds to "grab" as many tickets as possible with their mouse. As a limited-time bonus, once the tickets are tallied, kids can print a reward certificate redeemable for up to 30 tickets to use during their next visit to their local Chuck E. Cheese's.
The free game serves as an online extension of the existing in-store Ticket Blaster birthday experience. In stores, Ticket Blaster is offered exclusively to birthday children at reserved parties. The online game is open to children of all ages.
Customers can combine their free ticket vouchers from the online Ticket Blaster with other special discounts and coupons. | See video
Chuck E. Cheese's is owned by Dallas-based CEC Entertainment. CEC and its franchisees operate 550 stores in 48 states and seven foreign countries or territories.