Chuck E. Cheese’s Lets Families Stock Up On Winter Season Fun With Holiday Gift Cards

With the gift-giving season quickly approaching, family entertainment leader Chuck E. Cheese’s is offering the perfect jumpstart to spread the winter season’s cheer with a stress-free gift idea. Moms, dads and gift-givers alike can appreciate a holiday adventure the whole family can enjoy with Chuck E. Cheese’s gift cards. To add to the fun, now through Dec. 31 while supplies last, Chuck E. Cheese’s in-store gift card purchases of $30 or more receive a free Chuck E. Cheese’s Holiday Stocking, for the perfect extra touch to presents and to brighten the holiday season of any recipient.

“The holiday season is all about having fun and enjoying time spent with family, but with the hustle and bustle of the season, finding the perfect gift can be stressful,” said Scott McDaniel, chief marketing officer, Chuck E. Cheese’s. “Chuck E. Cheese’s gift cards are a great solution for gift-givers because not only are they simple and easy, but every kid can enjoy the freedom of creating their own fun. As a place that centers on making memories and providing stress-free family fun, we’re happy to provide a quick peace-of-mind to busy moms and dads during the frantic shopping season.”

Redeemable at any store location, anytime, gift-givers can load fun onto Chuck E. Cheese’s gift cards, giving kids the flexibility to purchase the things that interest them most while creating fun, lasting holiday memories with friends and family. Any amount can be loaded onto Chuck E. Cheese’s gift cards, and as part of their terms and conditions, there are no expiration dates or service/reactivation fees for unused card balances.

If parents would like to purchase other small gifts for their children while in stores, Chuck E. Cheese’s Holiday Stockings, made to hold tokens and gift cards, are also available for purchase at all Chuck E. Cheese’s store locations for $1.99 while supplies last.

For those picking up holiday supplies on-the-go, Chuck E. Cheese’s gift cards are available for purchase at participating CVS and Walgreens retail locations (Chuck E. Cheese’s Holiday Stocking not included).

This gift-giving idea can be enjoyed by children, as well as those young-at-heart, to create lifelong memories for families for years to come. Chuck E. Cheese’s encourages families to share their memories from this winter season by emailing pictures to where they may appear on Chuck E.’s Facebook page at

Guests can also find great party ideas and special offers for celebrating the holidays on the Chuck E. Cheese's website, the company's Facebook page, Twitter and seasonal Pinterest board. For even more excitement, check out the Chuck E. Cheese’s YouTube channel to watch fun videos featuring the famous Chuck E. having fun with the whole family.

About CEC Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: CEC):

For more than 30 years, CEC Entertainment has served as the nationally recognized leader in family dining and entertainment and the place Where a Kid can be a Kid®. The Company and its franchisees operate a system of 562 Chuck E. Cheese’s stores located in 48 states and eight foreign countries or territories. Currently, 511 locations in the United States and Canada are owned and operated by the Company. CEC Entertainment, Inc. and its franchises have the common goal of creating lifelong memories for families through fun, food and play. Each Chuck E. Cheese’s features musical and comic robotic entertainment, games, rides and play areas, as well as a variety of dining options including pizza, sandwiches, a salad bar and desserts. Committed to providing a fun, safe environment, Chuck E. Cheese’s helps protect families through industry-leading programs such as Kid Check®.

Chuck E. Cheese’s aims to promote positive, lifelong memories inside and outside of its stores. In addition to providing a fun entertainment experience for millions of families across the world, Chuck E. Cheese’s has donated more than $7.4 million to schools through its fundraising program. For more information, see the company's website at

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