Roman Bank Bingo Skegness


Roman Bank Bingo is located right in the centre of the traditional seaside town of Skegness in what is known locally as the Central Hall. Being just 400 metres from the seafront and beach but surrounded by all the local shops, bars and restaurants it is easy to see why the club is so popular with the locals and tourists alike.

Roman Bank Bingo Skegness takes residence in a venue that has had numerous uses over the years including time spent as a cinema, rollerskating rink, dance hall and was even planned to be used as a billiards room. The venue has since become a fully functioning bingo hall under the Majestic Bingo brand and has enjoyed much success since doing so.

The facilities at Roman Bank Bingo are excellent with some massive prize funds on offer. You will find an arcade zone, bar and restaurant area, full disabled facilities and a smoking shelter meaning it stays on par with the major national bingo chains.

Getting here is easy thanks to its central location and you can either choose to drive and park locally on the streets or in one of the town car parks, take the bus or arrive by train into Skegness Station (2-5 minute walk). Those taking the bus the Ida Road stop is right outside the bingo hall with buses 12, 39 and 96 all stopping here.


Roman Bank Bingo has a number of promotions and special offers running and most of these can be found on their website. The Majestic Bonus provides the chance to win one of three huge prizes for just a £1 entry, there is the Rainbow Grand, Lucky 15 Link, Double prize money if you win on a double number and the National Live game too.

Opening Times

Roman Bank Bingo Skegness is open for split days through the week with Monday to Friday opening times being 11.30am-3pm and 5pm-10pm, whilst Saturday is the same but opening at 10.30am. Sunday is open from 5pm-10pm.


Prices at Roman Bank Bingo Skegness vary but are very well priced for such a lovely venue. Monday evening offers 12 pages of free bingo which includes 4 main games.Saturday evening is just £2 but other than that, prices start from £5 with most games costing between £5 and £7.50 – that includes all games in a session.

The most expensive times to play are Friday and Sunday evening when the cost is £15 but this does include an entry in the huge national game!