Main Event is Offering All Day Summer Passes for Bowling, Laser Tag and Games

July 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The public is invited to enjoy a fun-filled evening at Main Event. The company originated and was born in the great City of Plano, Texas. Main Event has found a lot of success in the North Texas area where the company focuses on family entertainment.

Main Event offers arcade games, billiard, karaoke, bowling, laser tag, gravity rope course, miniature golf, and rock climbing. In addition to the games, this hangout has a delectable array of food for even the pickiest of palates. Main Event has recently up the par on the taste of their food and beverage they serve. Here are some of the deals being offered to the North Texas community this summer.

Monday Night Madness is an unlimited play event from 4 pm until closing for only $10.95 per guest. Customers can choose from a variety of activities each location offers or the arcade play. The company says it's a great way to start the week out.

All-day Fun Pass is a great way to enjoy all the various activities Main Event has to offer from bowling, laser tag, rock climbing, virtual reality games, gravity rope, billiards and more. Families can experience summer fun all day long for only $24.95.

Summer Fun Pass is limitless bowling, billiards, laser tag, gravity ropes, mini-golf and more. Activities can vary by location. Purchase a pass before 12 pm for just $14.95 per guest, play until 5 pm or buying after 12 pm for just $19.95 per guest and enjoy until closing.

Fun & Food Combo: with this, choose from 6 delicious entrées and get a $10 fun card for just $17.95. There are 3 different packages to select from that would fit everyone’s needs.

In addition to the summer specials, Main Event also offers personalized birthday party packages, come check out the VIP packages that are offered for that special day. When planning a birthday event at Main Event the host of the party chooses from a wide variety of packages with numerous assortments of activities. The on-site party planners can help customize the birthday event, with a variety of activities, menu selection, and time frame to hand-pick from.

Main Event also provides a packaged customized for Corporate events. Each location offers chef-inspired menus, premium bar packages, awesome activities, and state-of-the-art bowling – for every size of business and budget. A planner will coordinate with the host from start to finish to make sure every detail is exactly how it’s envisioned. At Main Event fun is serious business. Those interested can book their business event or meeting by clicking here.

The company says that with so many opportunities to have a marvelous time at Main Event and at such an affordable price, there should be no reason the kids are sitting at home. They invite families to come out and enjoy the delicious food, the fun atmosphere and a day full of memories. Visit their facebook page and keep updated on specials they offer throughout the year at https://www.facebook.com/MyMainEvent.

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