|Address||Lime Kiln Close, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 9TA|
|Phone Number||01733 892992|
Buzz Bingo Peterborough is situated in the Westfield area of the City, next door to Lidl. The club has more than enough free parking spaces for everyone right outside the main doors. If you prefer to travel by bus the City 3 stops just off of Lime Kiln Close on Westfield Road. Peterborough train station is also just a mile away which provides even more options for anyone coming from outside the City.
The club provides a choice of both paper and electronic bingo that can be enjoyed 7 days a week plus they have a collection of slot machines that are available to play on from open until close. Other amenities include a bar and diner which serves a range of tasty refreshments and there is also an ATM which is handy if you need to get out any extra cash.
If you don’t fancy eating on-site there is a McDonalds just the other side of the railway line. Rivergate and Queens Gate Shopping Centres are also around 2 miles away, providing you with even more bars, cafes and shopping opportunities.
You will usually find a few different promotions running at the club which can include free bingo, huge prize nights, discounts on meals and much more. The promos do tend to vary month by month, so its best to check out the dedicated Facebook page or visit the promotions section on the official website to ensure that you stay up to date with all of the latest offers.
|Monday||10 AM – 12 AM|
|Tuesday||10 AM – 12 AM|
|Wednesday||10 AM – 12 AM|
|Thursday||10 AM – 12 AM|
|Friday||10 AM – 1 AM|
|Saturday||10 AM – 1 AM|
|Sunday||11 AM – 1 AM|
Buzz Peterborough is open from 10am to 12am Monday to Thursday. On Friday and Saturday they open at the same time but close an hour later at 1am. Sunday hours are from 11 am to 1 am.
The morning sessions get underway from 10.30am (there are no morning games on Sunday). Afternoon mains start at 1.15pm and the evening main events take place at 7pm daily.
You can expect to pay anything from £3 for the morning games up to a maximum of £20 for paper games in the evening.
Electronic main events are more expensive, costing £5 – £75 but these prices include far more tickets and therefore even more chances of winning.