(Topic ID: 326813)

Twin Cities hourly/daily rate locations

By Tannitus

1 year ago


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    #1 1 year ago

    So I'm probably moving to MN soon and I've gotten used to playing pinball at an arcade with an hourly or daily rate rather than paying per game. Anyone know of any Twin Cities locations with machines set to free play? Pinball Map is giving me the impression that I might be out of luck...

    #2 1 year ago

    There's an arcade showroom that let's you pay $10 for a max of 3 hours of play, but that's it. Everything else is going to be cold hard coin.

    #3 1 year ago

    Don't let that discourage you though, there's a lot of great places and great people around here. Might wanna buy a heavier coat though, it's a bit chillier than the ATL!

    #4 1 year ago

    Let us know when you get into town… we can perhaps help speed up the plugging into the local scene. I agree - I do really enjoy the peeps around here.

    #5 1 year ago
    Quoted from Dan_Halen:

    Don't let that discourage you though, there's a lot of great places and great people around here. Might wanna buy a heavier coat though, it's a bit chillier than the ATL!

    It does look like there are a lot of Twin Cities locations in general--excited to explore! Haha and thanks for the heads up. I grew up just north of St. Paul, but years of living in the south have probably made me less resilient

    #6 1 year ago
    Quoted from skink91:

    Let us know when you get into town… we can perhaps help speed up the plugging into the local scene. I agree - I do really enjoy the peeps around here.

    Will do! Thanks much! Likely moving up in 10 months or so. Just getting an early jump on making sure my pinball life will still be able to thrive

    #7 1 year ago

    Not hourly rate - 22 pinball machines - http://ssbilliards.com/ variety of prices, 1 at 25¢, 6 at 50¢, 7 at 75¢, 8 at $1. Many an extra credit for a little more money.

    I'm the only one there for problems or questions.

    You just missed the 50th Anniversary party. No cover charge and all the pins on free play, and food, pop, and souvenir mugs. My Pinball Circus event hasn't been held for a long time. When it is on there is a cover charge and all the pins on free play, and food, pop, and tournaments.

    LTG : )

    #8 1 year ago

    The locations here are amazing, I wouldn't fret about the hourly rate. Just get out and play some pins! The community is very welcoming, too!

    #9 1 year ago

    Welcome, and if you want free play EM pinball for one low entry fee, Can Can Wonderland has you covered: https://cancanwonderland.com/games/

    #10 1 year ago

    Thanks all! SS Billiards and Can Can Wonderland look pretty great. Also it looks like Minneapolis has a few breweries with pinball? Very cool--haven't seen that in Atlanta. Very much looking forward to plugging into the community and competitive scene

    #11 1 year ago
    Quoted from izzymonkey:

    Welcome, and if you want free play EM pinball for one low entry fee, Can Can Wonderland has you covered: https://cancanwonderland.com/games/

    The older games are going to play better there than the newer ones. I went back in November and the Solid States were pretty much all broken in one way or another. Space Shuttle played the best but there were no score displays working.

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