|Address:||4 Boswell Park – Ayr – South Ayrshire – KA7 1NW|
|Phone Number:||01292 263702|
|Monday||10 AM – 10 PM|
|Tuesday||10 AM – 10 PM|
|Wednesday||10 AM – 10 PM|
|Thursday||10 AM – 10 PM|
|Friday||10 AM – 10 PM|
|Saturday||10 AM – 10 PM|
|Sunday||11 AM – 10 PM|
Mecca Ayr opens its doors from 10 am on Monday to Saturday and from 11 am on Sunday.
Morning sessions start at 10 am Monday to Saturday and 11 am on Sunday. Afternoon and evening sessions start at 12 pm and 6 pm respectively each day. These details are shown in the table below:
At Mecca Ayr prices range from as little as £2, up to £20 for some main event sessions.
Morning sessions are one of the cheapest times to play, with prices ranging from just £2.50 to £5. Afternoon sessions cost between £2 and £10 depending on the day. Evening main sessions are priced at between £15 and £20 each, however, there are also £2 – £6 sessions available on either side of the main event.
For a full listing of times and prices, feel free to check out the official page here. Alternatively, feel free to email or phone the club using the details above.
Mecca Bingo Ayr is located in the premises of an old cinema.
They’re a very friendly bunch at the club, and they like to celebrate all the big events.
About Mecca Ayr
Mecca Bingo Ayr is located in the premises of an old cinema with a long history of entertaining – but the fun doesn’t stop there. The club is renowned for its super friendly, helpful, and professional staff, as well as its very social and community minded spirit.
Of course, Bingo is the priority here though, and they have regular specials, daily promotions, and lots of great prizes on offer, there’s also a choice of traditional or electronic Bingo terminals. There’s seating for 600, a bar and café, and disabled access and facilities, plus hearing loops if required.
The club is on the former site of the Boswell Park Roller Skating Rink which was built in 1911 but was converted into a cinema in 1914. That building was demolished, and Scotland’s third biggest cinema was built on the site in 1923. The Playhouse Cinema also hosted some live shows, including Frank Sinatra in 1953 – although ticket sales were disappointing with just 500 sold for the two performances.