North Parade Bingo Skegness
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Skegness is a sunny seaside town located on the coast of Lincolnshire, it’s home to over 20,000 people and welcomes many thousands of visitors annually as a holiday destination.
This charming little old-time hall is located between the Natureland Seal Sanctuary and the Skegness Xsite Skate Park – although we doubt that’ll give you much joy except for serving to locate the hall. The hall is just a hop, skip and a jump from the seaside.
So what exactly is it that makes North Parade Bingo so well-loved and what has it got to offer?
This fantastic club is perfectly located in a scenic and central location with excellent public transport links. It lies on a bus route and many of the services stop right outside the main doors such as the 1, 3, 7 and the Interconnect 59.
If you prefer to drive then there is no need to worry about parking, the venue has a private car park to its side and also shares a large carpark which is situated opposite.
North Parade Bingo is open 7 days per week and opens its doors at 5:30 pm ahead of its evening session on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and at 11:30 am in advance of their afternoon session on Tuesdays, Thursdays and at the weekend.
The club closes between 10 pm and midnight and morning sessions are not offered at this particular bingo hall. It is always best to give the team a call directly if you are not a regular to ensure that the session you want to attend is running as the times can be subject to change.
What do the regulars think?
As part of our listing pages, we like to dive into the social media and review pages for the bingo halls we mention. North Parade Bingo has a Facebook page which over 1,000 people have checked into and it has a healthy 4 out of 5 rating on Trip Advisor. We’ve included a couple of the best reviews we saw:
Pricing and Games
If you enjoy an afternoon game of bingo then you can expect to pay around £3, evening games cost more, ranging from £5-12.99 depending on the night and the game.
If you are working on a budget, then going earlier in the week offers the best deals. As the club does not have set price sessions, it is again best to contact them directly if you are looking to find out potential costs. You can contact the incredibly friendly and helpful team using the phone number located at the top of this page by the map.
This club does not offer electronic bingo, however, interestingly, some of the community seem to like this, suggesting it offers a level playing field.
This club has some amazing jackpots and prizes. You can kick-start the weekend on Friday evening, with the free cash pot link and if you pay just £12.99, you can play a three or six-game session from Friday through to Sunday including the very popular £7,000 link game.
This is an old-school bingo hall, so if you like a more traditional atmosphere and style of gameplay then this could be the place for you. Membership is free and there is usually a special promotion running so you always have the chance to win big.