Before you visit Mecca Bingo Doncaster, take a look at all the information below which shows you how to contact this branch and where it is located.
We also have details on the pricing and what time this club opens and closes so you can plan your visit accordingly. Simply have a look below to find out what you need to know about this particular venue before you go for a game of bingo.
Mecca Bingo Doncaster, GBP, Cash, Credit Card, £
Open Monday – Sunday
- Monday 11am–10:30pm
- Tuesday 11am–10:30pm
- Wednesday 11am–10:30pm
- Thursday 11am–10:30pm
- Friday 11am–10:30pm
- Saturday 10:30am–10:30pm
- Sunday 12:30–10:30pm
Mecca Bingo Doncaster is open 7 days a week from 11 am. Games of bingo can be played most mornings along with every afternoon and evening.
Prices & Offers
The morning sessions currently cost just £2 each. Sessions in the afternoon vary from £1 – £10 whilst prices in the evening range from £3 – £12. Tickets to afternoon and the evening main events also include the early session in the price which means even better value and extra opportunities to win!
Prices are of course subject to change so we advise you phone or check online using the details above before you arrive.
Mecca Bingo Doncaster is located in the North Shore area of the seaside resort which makes it easily accessible by car, bus, or the nearby train station.
There are 2000 comfortable seats in the huge venue, as well as plenty electronic terminals that can be used to play Mecca Max. Promotions, bonuses, competitions, and giveaways will keep everyone happy here, plus there are numerous events and trips that you can participate in throughout the year.
There is a great range of food to choose from at the cafe including some rather delicious desserts too. There are two bars where you pick up a drink, sit back and take a short break, or for a brief change of scenery why not go and have a few spins on the fun arcade machines. Disabled guests will find parking, easy access, seating, and toilets, plus hearing loops are available if required.
Places to Park Nearby
The nearest car park to this Mecca Bingo is the Grand car parks, which is only three minutes of walking time away. However, if these are all full, you’ll need to go a little bit further: there’s three car parks almost directly south, which are easy to reach thanks to the shortcuts and alleyways, as well as the large Church Way carpark to the worth-nest. If you still can’t find a space, Chappelle Drive East is even larger, and only takes two or three extra minutes to reach.
Other Bingo Halls Nearby
There’s only a handful of other bingo halls in the area, with the most notable being a Buzz Bingo further down the A630. Walking there directly can take a while, but it’s only seven minutes by car as long as you can find a parking space.
The next-closest bingo hall is an Empire Bingo in Mexborough, which would take twenty minutes to drive to. There’s another Buzz Bingo and Mecca Bingo in that area, too, as well as the New Hippodrome Bingo Club to the north-west.
A trio of casinos are only a few streets away, all in the same area: an Admiral Casino, a Cashino Gaming and a Merkur Cashino, all within walking distance of one another (and the Mecca Bingo). Since they’re all under a mile away, you can get there fairly quickly, even on foot.
Aside from that, the other casinos of note are all much further away – there’s a Merkur Casino, and Ace High Casino and a Cat Sco Casino relatively close to the area, but it still takes twenty minutes to drive there. Everything else is much further beyond that, making it impractical to try and get there unless you really want to.
Betting Shops Nearby
There’s a huge cluster of betting shops near this Mecca Bingo. Four different William Hill outlets are within walking distance, as well as a Megabet, a Betfred, a Ladbrokes and a Paddy Power. There’s also another William Hill further north, and a Coral near the A18 to the south-west.
If you want to reach out even further than that, there’s another Coral and William Hill further down the A630, as well as an extra William Hill and Betfred in the opposite direction. Overall, there’s at least nineteen betting shops in the immediate area, although not all of them are easy to reach on foot.
Local Info on Doncaster
DN1 1JG is a primarily non-residential postcode in Doncaster.
The most common council tax band is B. Estimated residential property values, based on historical transactions and adjusted for inflation, range from £74,372 to £83,814 with an average of £79,093. Housing types are typically semi-detached. None of the houses sold since 1995 have been new builds.
Commercial rateable values range from £2,000 to £150,000 with an average of £23,250. The most common recorded business types are Shop and Bingo Hall.
Doncaster is a town, which had a population of 109,805 in the 2011 census.
Doncaster, is a large market town in South Yorkshire, England. Together with its surrounding suburbs and settlements, the town forms part of the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, which had a mid-2016 est. population of 306,400. The town itself has a population of 109,805.
Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Doncaster is about 17 miles (30 km) north-east of Sheffield, with which it is served jointly by an international airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport in Finningley. In recent years, it was also discovered that Doncaster belongs to Scotland by a technicality in light of ancient agreements laid out in the Treaty of Durham, but this is not formally administered.