Bowl Canada Bowl Canada: Get Coupons for FREE Bowling with Select General Mills Products Get Coupons for FREE Bowling with General Mills!

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This deal is right up your alley if you enjoy bowling, because you can strike up some fun by shopping for General Mills products, as you'll find coupons on specially-marked products for free games of bowling at Bowl Canada bowling centres!

Coupon offers will vary depending on the product and we've listed the eligible General Mills items below.

  • Bugles snacks -- one buy one, get one free coupon
  • Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cheerios and Lucky Charms cereal -- two free game coupons
  • Fibre 1 and Nature Valley snacks -- one free game coupon

All coupons are redeemable until December 31 at participating Bowl Canada bowling centres across the country -- click here to find the centre nearest you. Note that additional charges like shoe rentals or amenity fees are not covered by the coupons.

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    • Any details on restrictions. Alley near me is 5 pin. Figure i could take kid to try, can u use more than on coupon at a time?
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    • wackojacko wrote:
      Feb 5th, 2018 7:50 pm
      Any details on restrictions. Alley near me is 5 pin. Figure i could take kid to try, can u use more than on coupon at a time?
      seems like you can find more details from this link: http://bowlcanada.ca/
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    • Haven't been bowling in 20 years, what's a game normally cost these days?
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    • Interesting, thanks OP!

      Likely need to pay for shoes, but won't know until someone finds the coupon in store.
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    • b0ne wrote:
      Feb 5th, 2018 8:23 pm
      Interesting, thanks OP!

      Likely need to pay for shoes, but won't know until someone finds the coupon in store.
      I'm seeing these in A LOT of stores right now, so have a look. It's on the regular size boxes.
      $2.99 at Food Basics this week.
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    • Kfox wrote:
      Feb 5th, 2018 8:08 pm
      Haven't been bowling in 20 years, what's a game normally cost these days?
      I love these cereal deals!

      2 games of bowling, these days, would be around $14... not including shoes. Add another $2.50-$3.00 for shoes.
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    • Alekxqin wrote:
      Feb 5th, 2018 8:00 pm
      seems like you can find more details from this link: http://bowlcanada.ca/
      Not really from what I can see on the site clicking around. "Somme restrictions apply, see coupon for details."

      Really want to know how many you can use on a lane
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    • Coupon says 1 game per person per day. Shoe rentals not included. Doesn't say how many coupons can be used per lane. Best to check with the bowling ctr.
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