2 Games of bowling sharing food platter & a drink £10 PP(<<AKA PER PERSON!) on Thursdays @Ten pin bowling!
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2 Games of bowling sharing food platter & a drink £10 PP(<<AKA PER PERSON!) on Thursdays @Ten pin bowling!

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Found 7th Oct 2013
It's never too early to start your weekend, and now you can kick it off in style every Thursday. Book online and you'll get 2 games of bowling, a sharing platter PLUS we'll even throw in a drink - all for a tenner!

Friday and Saturday nights will have a lot to live up to.

Don't forget, you have to book online to enjoy this great offer.

T & C's

£10 Thursdays is available every Thursday from 6pm until site closes (closing times vary by site, please check online).
Offer is 2 games of bowling, a sharing platter and selected drink for £10.
There is a minimum of 2 persons required to pre-book this offer.
Sharing Platter consists of Garlic & Herb Slice, McCains Best of British Fries, Southern Lattice Fries, 2oz Burger and Chicken Bites served with Ketchup & BBQ sauce dip pots. Portion sizes are approximated per person.
The 'DRINK' in our £10 Thursdays package can be chosen from a wide selection of alcoholic and soft drinks: Smirnoff (25ml), or Gordon's (25ml), or Bells (25ml), or Captain Morgans (25ml) with Pepsi or Lemonade mixer; Echo Falls red or white wine (125ml); bottle of San Miguel Fresca; Draught Pint of Carlsberg, or Dry Blackthorn, or Tetley's; Pepsi (16oz), or Lemonade (16oz), or bottle of J20 (Any).
Change your platter to a vegetarian option for just £1.50 per person - Please inquire when you arrive at site to change to this option.
Upgrade to an Ice Cream dessert online for just 60p per person.
A junior is aged up to 16 years of age.
This deal cannot be booked less than 2 hours in advance
Alcoholic drinks are only available to over 18's. Proof of age will be required when checking in at Reception and redeeming alcoholic purchases. Remember to drink responsibly.
Available nationwide at all Tenpin Bowling centres.
This offer is solely available online to pre-purchase in advance. Offer not available from Call Centre or for walk in bookings.
You can only get this offer if you book online at tenpin.co.uk or m.tenpin.co.uk
Offer subject to availability.
Tenpin Ltd reserves the right to withdraw or amend the offer at any time.
Cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer.
Management decision is final.

21 Comments

You have my seal of approval for this deal

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Heat from me

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hmmm. be £50 for my family...... think ill set up the bowls in the garden instead

Only 10??? Really 10???

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Edited by: "Sliwka" 8th Oct 2013

Banned

I start my weekend on Mondays.

There is a minimum of 2 persons required to pre-book this offer.
So £20+?

Ouch - might want to change the title to £10 each.

Bowling in Britain is a rip-off, even with a deal. I wish it was more like America, I went to this place a few months back and it was excellent - wsbcbowl.com/spe…als. If there were places like that in the UK then I'd probably make a regular habit out of it. (Sorry, I know this is a pointless comment and I apologise).

yes i read it as £10 PER PERSON

do you get a platter each?!

rabbitmoon

Bowling in Britain is a rip-off, even with a deal. I wish it was more … Bowling in Britain is a rip-off, even with a deal. I wish it was more like America, I went to this place a few months back and it was excellent - http://www.wsbcbowl.com/specials. If there were places like that in the UK then I'd probably make a regular habit out of it. (Sorry, I know this is a pointless comment and I apologise).



Now that's a good price!! I'm in a league at AMF which gets me £1 games most of the time which is pretty cool.

And this is a pretty decent deal. If you work on the basis of getting a pint worth £3.50, say the games are £2 each then that makes the platter just £2.50 (each). Whichever way you work the numbers this is very reasonable.
Edited by: "JPS" 8th Oct 2013

Anyone else find bowling an extreme let down everytime they go. Such a boring game after the first few throws.

Original Poster

mugglesquop

do you get a platter each?!



Per £10 you pay you get a platter and drink as far as i'm aware, we did when we went.

Each person that pays £10 gets a platter and drink and 2 games.

Edited by: "ozkerrizo" 8th Oct 2013

Anyone else find there bowling greatly improves after first pint then sharply drops off after 3rd lol

rabbit: to be fair, bowling's a pretty pricey sport in the first place. my bowling ball cost me the equivalent of £100 and the shoes were the equivalent of £40

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callum84

Anyone else find there bowling greatly improves after first pint then … Anyone else find there bowling greatly improves after first pint then sharply drops off after 3rd lol



Keep going, you'll be amazing after 6, at least you think you will.

jsty3105

rabbit: to be fair, bowling's a pretty pricey sport in the first place. … rabbit: to be fair, bowling's a pretty pricey sport in the first place. my bowling ball cost me the equivalent of £100 and the shoes were the equivalent of £40



Those purchases seem fairly low cost compared to many other sports though (or things of a similar ilk), especially considering they'll last you. And you can always pick up balls second hand. I even bought some perfect vintage bowling shoes in Goodwill in Alabama for $15, that fit like a glove.

rabbitmoon

Those purchases seem fairly low cost compared to many other sports though … Those purchases seem fairly low cost compared to many other sports though (or things of a similar ilk), especially considering they'll last you. And you can always pick up balls second hand. I even bought some perfect vintage bowling shoes in Goodwill in Alabama for $15, that fit like a glove.

Hmm.. there is some truth there. My mother's old bowling ball can still be used after all these years. I think it's only the reactive bowling balls that need more maintenance. I resurfaced mine once or twice already. Haven't done much bowling though in the last 5 years thanks to a bowling injury that's rendered my finger as weak as an 8 year old.

jsty3105

rabbit: to be fair, bowling's a pretty pricey sport in the first place. … rabbit: to be fair, bowling's a pretty pricey sport in the first place. my bowling ball cost me the equivalent of £100 and the shoes were the equivalent of £40



Cost you the equivalent of? What did you pay with? Rupees? Gold?

ijw0161

Cost you the equivalent of? What did you pay with? Rupees? Gold?

Lol - I'm from Malaysia and bought mine there when I bowled at a fairly competitive level. Had a 192 average prior to my injury.
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