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December 09, 2023

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Chuck E. Cheese Halloween Boo-tacular is Back for 2023

Costume contests, a scream-worthy seasonal menu, sensory sensitive play and more Oct. 2 - 31.

Chuck E. Cheese brings back its popular annual Halloween Boo-tacular celebration October 2 – 31 with free game play, daily dance parties with Chuck E. (with free candy giveaways), pumpkin-shaped pizzas, costume contests, slime desserts and more.

“Our fourth annual Chuck E. Cheese Halloween Boo-tacular is four weeks of Halloween entertainment,” said Sean Gleason, chief marketing officer of Chuck E. Cheese. “It’s another chance for your child to wear their costume and trick-or-treat in a safe place. We’ve got new games and fun food that will immerse you in the spooky fun of Halloween. When your family comes to Chuck E. Cheese Boo-tacular, the fun you have together playing games, watching the shows, and eating the spooky treats will make lifelong memories.”

Chuck E. Cheese Halloween Boo-tacular

FREE game play

  • Kids in costume get 100 free E-tickets, just for wearing their costume, on any day in October.
  • All guests will enjoy 30 free minutes of “All You Can Play” games with the purchase of 60 minutes or more of All You Can Play per child.

FREE candy daily

  • Free candy from HI-CHEW® and Chupa Chups® will be offered daily during Chuck E.’s Haunted House Dance Party at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Themed menu items

  • Pumpkin-Shaped Pepperoni Pizza – Fan-favorite pepperoni pizza in a fun, pumpkin shape. Available for dine-in, delivery, or carryout.
  • Creepy Cupcake – Jumbo-sized vanilla cupcake topped and filled with a vanilla whipped frosting and sweet green slime plus a candy monster face and a Halloween pick.
  • Slime Cookie – Upgrade a giant, warm cookie with white icing, sweet green slime, a candy monster face and a Halloween pick.
  • Dippin’ Dots Eye Scream – Upgrade a Cookies ‘n Cream Dippin’ Dots® with chocolate syrup, a dollop of slime, three gummy worms and a spooky candy eye for only $1 more.

Halloween weekend exclusives

  • Halloween Sensory Sensitive Sunday – Every Fun Center will open two hours early on Oct. 29 for an additional Sensory Sensitive Sunday with reduced noise, dimmed lighting, a sensory-friendly arcade and a touch of Halloween magic for kids with autism and other needs.
  • Costume Contests- Happening Halloween weekend Friday-Sunday at 6:30 p.m. with first place and participant prizes, including 1000 E-Tickets for the winner and 250 E-Tickets for each participant.

Boo-tacular Family Fun Pack

  • Guests can bring Halloween home with the Boo-tacular Family Fun Pack, which includes two large, one-topping pizzas, a slime cookie, a Halloween Activity Sheet, Goody Bag and 250 E-Tickets for their next Fun Center visit. Orders can be placed directly on for delivery and carryout starting at $39.99.

Trick or treat with limited-time candy buckets

  • Chuck E. Cheese Trick or Treat Buckets will be offered in three colors — orange, purple and green, for all the candy collecting on Halloween night.

For more information about Chuck E. Cheese Halloween Boo-tacular, visit


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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.