If you want to visit Mecca Bingo Wakefield you can find out all the details below for this local branch. Many people in the area love to go down to the hall for a game during the week and there are many great features and offers available.
You can also see information about online bingo games and the latest bonuses you could claim for these.
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Mecca Bingo Wakefield is open 7 days a week. Games of bingo can be played most mornings along with every afternoon and evening.
- Sunday: 12pm-12am
- Monday: 11:30am-11pm
- Tuesday: 11:30am-11pm
- Wednesday: 11:30am-11pm
- Thursday: 11:30am-11pm
- Friday: 11:30am-12am
- Saturday: 11am-12am
Prices & Deals
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 Wakefield 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.
Parking Information and How to Travel
Wakefield city centre has plenty of zones for you to park in, many of which are easy for you to get to and from the Mecca Bingo. There is car parking nearby at the Ings Road public centre, as well as facilities on Garden Street, Smyth Street, and at Unity House on the high street. You’ll also find car parking available at Carter Street and at Gills Yard.
Wakefield has two train stations, one at Kirkgate, and the other at Westgate. Travelling to and from the stations to the Mecca club may be arduous on foot, so it may be best to arrange for a taxi or bus link between the two.
Mecca Bingo isn’t the only hall based in Wakefield, with a Buzz Bingo branch based on Denby Dale Road, near Ings Road retail. Beyond here there is another Mecca Bingo based in Dewsbury, on Railway Street, as well as a handful more branches over in Leeds.
Bingo isn’t huge in Wakefield, but there are at least a couple of big name branches to keep dabbers happy.
For some alternative gaming action, it’s worthwhile taking a look at casinos and gaming centres in the area. Check out the Merkur Cashino at 47-49 Kirkgate, for example, as well as the Victoria Gate Casino, which you’ll find on Eastgate in nearby Leeds.
You’ll also find a Grosvenor Casino centre based on Wellington Bridge Street in Leeds city centre. Leeds is easy enough to get to from Wakefield, whether you choose to drive, take a bus or train.
Make sure to take on some sports betting if you’d like to take your gaming in Wakefield to the next level. There is a William Hill at 21 Westgate, a Betfred at 39 Kirkgate, a Coral branch at the Trinity Walk Shopping Centre, and a Paddy Power at 17 Northgate.
You’ll also find a local Ladbrokes at 16 Town End. There’s plenty of choice here, which means if you fancy trying a few punts or some virtual games, you’re in luck.
WF2 9SH is a non-residential postcode in Wakefield.
Commercial rateable values range from £66,500 to £277,000 with an average of £131,583. The most common recorded business types are Restaurant and Cinema.
Wakefield is a city, which had a population of 99,251 in the 2011 census.
WF2 9SH is in the Wakefield and Castleford travel to work area. NHS services are provided by the Wakefield District Primary Care Trust.