Free Roller Skating Passes for Kids

Kids Skate Free With These Free Roller Skating Passes

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The Kids Skate Free program offers free roller skating for kids around the country. This is a great way for kids to stay active, improve balance, increase strength, and most importantly, have fun while they're getting healthy.

This program used to be available in the summer only but it's now a program offered all year long. 

In addition to this free roller skating program are ways where kids can see free movies at the movie theaters, get free stuff for reading and more summer freebies.

How to Sign Up for the Free Roller Skating Passes

Kids Skate Free map

Visit Kids Skate Free and select your state on the map or search by zip code or city/state. It's there that you can see if a roller rink near you is participating in the Kids Skate Free program.

Choose the roller skating center near you to view how the passes work at your local rink. Included is information on how to contact your rink for questions. You can also view the participating locations to see all the roller rinks your state that will be offering free roller skating for kids.

You can view the Kids Skate Free program details for the roller skating center you've selected. It includes the dates and times they can skate, age restrictions, skate rental cost, and any other details and restrictions that are specific to that roller skating rink. 

To get your child signed up for free roller skating passes, you'll need to register them for your local roller rink by choosing Click Here to Join This Skating Center to register for your free skating passes.

Provide your name, birthday, phone number, address, email, and some basic information on the children you'd like to register for the free roller skating passes. You can sign up all your kids for the free passes on this page.

After you've registered, you'll receive an email that you'll need to validate in order to verify that you signed up for the Kids Skate Free program.

If you don't see a roller rink near you that's taking part in the Kids Skate Free program, there's a letter that you can send to them to encourage them to participate. 

When You'll Get Your Free Roller Skating Passes

Every Monday, you'll get the free skating passes emailed to you. These are the passes you can print off and use the next week at your local roller rink.

Look for an email from notices@kidsskatefree.com. You might have to check your spam folder if you haven't received the email by the time you think you should have.

Keep in mind that you don't have to print the pass right there from your email. You can always access your account to find and print your passes.

Limits to be Aware Of

There's a limit of four kids that can be added to any one account. To add more people, you have to make another account with a different email address, such as one through Gmail, Yahoo, or Outlook.

Be sure to check for restrictions that vary from rink to rink. You can do this by visiting the link to your local roller skating rink.

Through your local roller rink, you'll be able to find the age range for who receives the free passes, if skate rentals will cost you extra, and if you can use the free passes for a group rate or birthday party. Pay close attention to those details so that you know what to expect when you arrive.

Some roller rinks only accept the passes on certain days and at certain times, so be sure to check that information on your local roller rink page.

Adults need to be present with the children using the free passes, so they can't just be dropped off and left at the roller rink.