Club 3000 Bingo Preston

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Important Details

Address: 100 New Hall Lane – Preston – PR1 4DT
Phone Number: 01772 251 152

Opening Times

Day Open Hours
Monday 11:15 AM – 11 PM
Tuesday 11:15 AM – 11 PM
Wednesday 11:15 AM – 11 PM
Thursday 11:15 AM – 11 PM
Friday 11:15 AM – 12 AM
Saturday 11:15 AM – 12 AM
Sunday 11:15 AM – 12 AM

Session Times

Day Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun
Morning N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Afternoon 12pm 12pm 12pm 12pm 12pm 12pm 12pm
Evening 6:15pm 6:15pm 6:15pm 6:15pm 6:15pm 6:15pm 6:15pm

Session Prices

The majority of sessions cost £5 – £10 on paper with electronic packages starting from £10.

As prices vary every day there isn’t any information on the official website, however, you can call the club using the number at the top of this page to confirm the exact prices for a specific session.

Latest Pictures

The modern interior of the bingo hall.

A look at some of the machines in the arcade.

About Club 3000 Preston

Club 3000 Bingo Preston offers a fun, friendly and safe environment to play in and there is certainly a lot going on. You can hunt down some fantastic jackpots in the twice-daily bingo sessions that run from 12 pm and 6:45 pm, enjoy a bite to eat and your favourite drink from the bar or spin the reels in the arcade. Slot titles include fan favourites like Rainbow Riches Pots of Gold along with the popular Win-Wall so you will be kept entertained for hours on end.

In terms of promotions, you can expect offers such as double prize money, discounted tickets and even free bingo games. The team also hosts live entertainment with previous performers including the likes of Gareth Gates! All upcoming promos and events will be advertised on posters and flyers around the venue, so keep your eyes peeled to ensure you don’t miss out.

All of the games now take place at the modern venue on New Hall Lane by Lidl which means you can don’t have to worry about the busy one-way system in the town centre. Parking certainly isn’t an issue as there are plenty of spaces on the premises which are free to use. In terms of public transport, there are frequent buses that stop just outside on the main road. These run to and from Farringdon Park, Blackburn Town Centre, Skipton, Moor Nook and of course Preston itself.