Chuck E. Cheese makes major change billed as ‘nation’s largest’ event and it’s not all about the menu

CHUCK E. Cheese has announced its annual Halloween Boo-Tacular is returning this October — and families are in for some big perks.

The family-favorite restaurant is bringing back the Halloween-themed event from October 2nd through Halloween.

Chuck E. Cheese is bringing back the Halloween Boo-Tacular next month


Chuck E. Cheese is bringing back the Halloween Boo-Tacular next monthPhoto credit: Chuck E. Cheese

The Boo-Tacular, which Chuck E. Cheese calls “the nation’s largest Halloween event,” includes numerous special offers and giveaways that give kids more opportunities to play their favorite games and win prizes.

Children who arrive in costume will automatically receive 100 free e-tickets that can be redeemed for prizes.

And all customers get 30 minutes of All You Can Play games with a purchase of the chain’s 60-minute All You Can Play for each child.

The deal basically allows parents to play 30 minutes of their 60-minute allotment directly alongside their children.

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The Boo-Tacular will also include free treats.

Free Hi-Chew and Chupa Chups candy will be available during Chuck E.’s Haunted House Dance Parties at 6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

All costumed children can also participate in daily costume contests.


Chuck E. Cheese is also revamping the menu for Halloween.

The restaurant is bringing several new products for the occasion.

These include:

  • Pumpkin shaped pepperoni pizza
  • Creepy cupcake
  • Slime cookies
  • Dippin’ Dots® eye scream

Sean Gleason, Chuck E. Cheese’s chief marketing officer, said the menu additions and other festivities are designed to provide customers, both children and adults, with an unforgettable Halloween experience throughout the month.

“Our fourth annual Chuck E. Cheese Halloween Boo-Tacular features four weeks of Halloween entertainment,” Gleason said.

We have new games and fun food to immerse you in the spooky Halloween fun. “When your family comes to Chuck E. Cheese Boo-Tacular, the fun you have together playing, watching the shows and eating the spooky treats will create lifelong memories,” he continued.

Families can learn more about the Boo-Tacular here.


As Chuck E. Cheese prepares for Halloween, several other chains are currently celebrating National Cheeseburger Day this week.

Through September 22nd, Wendy’s is offering a Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger for just one cent when combined with another online purchase.

And McDonald’s is offering a standalone 50-cent double cheeseburger deal for one day only.

Dairy Queen, Burger King and Smashburger are also offering burger deals today and later in the week.

Meanwhile, fans of another chain are upset about a recently dropped menu item.

And Taco Bell fans are begging the chain to bring back a discontinued favorite.

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