Carlton Bingo Elgin

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Important Details

Address: 25 South St – Town Centre – Elgin – IV30 1JZ
Phone Number: 01343 542559

Opening Times

Day Open Hours
Monday 12 PM – 10 PM
Tuesday 12 PM – 10 PM
Wednesday 11 AM – 10 PM
Thursday 12 PM – 10 PM
Friday 12 PM – 10 PM
Saturday 11 AM – 10 PM
Sunday 5:30 PM – 10 PM

Session Times

Day Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
Morning N/A N/A 11:45am N/A N/A 11:45am N/A
Afternoon 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm N/A
Evening 6:50pm 6:50pm 6:50pm 6:50pm 6:50pm 6:50pm 6:50pm

Session Prices

At Carlton Elgin there are some free game options, and main event prices range from as little as £12, up to £14 for main event sessions. These are the standard prices but may vary for promotions.

On Wednesday and Saturday mornings you can pick up tickets to the 11:45am game for £6 on paper or £9.50 on the touchpads.

Afternoon prices are £12 Monday to Friday and £14 on Saturday whilst evening sessions are all charged at £14. Electronic packages are also available which start from £17.

It’s always smart to check out the official website for the latest times and prices as they do change from time to time. Other than that you can email or phone the club to clarify any details.

Latest Pictures

Two bingo players concentrating on their game

It’s all ‘eyes down’ at Carlton Bingo Elgin!

Carlton Bingo Elgin is a modern venue with a tastefully decorated interior

The club is set in an old cinema building with two levels.

About Carlton Elgin

Carlton Bingo Elgin is located in an old cinema building in the heart of the town, walking distance from the bus depot and the main High Street, and has parking available for evening sessions, or there’s a public car park nearby throughout the day and night.

The club has an upstairs and downstairs area, a bar and café serving good value food and beverages, and the staff pride themselves on their commitment to good service, and making sure it’s a fun and social environment for all.

Of course, there’s also plenty of bingo! With daily specials, regular promotions, and great prizes on offer and there are even some free game options too.

The venue was originally The Picture House cinema, built in 1926, it had seating for 700 but closed its doors in 1964.