Contact Details: Palace Great Yarmouth
Address: Palace Bingo, Church Plain, Priory Plain, Great Yarmouth NR30 1PL
Manager: Neil Cox
Phone: 01493 844455
Fax: 01493 331185
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The Palace Bingo in Great Yarmouth is found just off Church Plain, set around 200 metres from the seafront and around 300 metres from Market Gate Shopping Centre, almost adjacent to the Britannia Pier in this historic and much-loved family seaside town. The club itself has been running for over 12 years and has a large carpark with 150 spaces for visitors. The venue itself can house as many as 800 customers and has some of the best bingo prizes on offer in the region. If you are travelling by public transport then you have a few options with bus and train being the best two. Great Yarmouth Train Station is a 5-minute walk away just the other side of the River Bure, whilst a number of local bus services stop pretty close to The Palace. The Gallon Pot stop is the nearest and you can take routes 4, 6, 8, 61 and 271 to get there. The Coastal Clipper 1, 1A and 1B also stop at this stop.
The venue has a very good diner and bar inside and uses the well-renowned PAL system for its bingo games. It has cash bingo and link games with other Palace bingo clubs and there are also plenty of top slot machines and arcades on site too.
There is an outdoor seating area if you want to take in some of the sea air between games and you will find a friendly welcome whether you are a local or a holidaymaker. Membership is not required.
The Palace Bingo in Great Yarmouth is open 7 days a week from 10am to 11pm Monday to Saturday and 12pm to 11pm on Sunday.
There are afternoon and evening sessions each day with afternoon sessions starting at 12pm each day and the evening sessions commencing at 6.15pm with the Cashpot game. There is also a breakfast link each Monday and Friday (Emerald Club) at 11.30am.
The prices at The Palace Bingo hall in Gt Yarmouth are comparatively cheap when put alongside the national chains. Prices vary through the week but start at just £3 for 6 main session games (Tuesday afternoon and evening) with most afternoon and evening games costing £3 to £6 for 6 games. The most expensive prices here come on Friday to Sunday evenings when 6 games of bingo will cost you £8 – still pretty cheap we are sure you will agree.
In addition to the paid bingo, the best time to play is Friday afternoon when bingo is free with a massive £620 prize fund on offer!