$4 per person: unlimited game play all day (for any length of time).
$20 per person: unlimited play for a month.
Any one playing games must pay. Same price all ages.
Cash, Card, iPay, GooglePay accepted
#1 Respect the games.
#2 Pay before you play
#3 No running or rough play
#4 No Food or Drink on the games
#5 No Smoking, Drugs, Alcohol, Vaping
#6 Be Quiet in the front hallway and restrooms
#7 Do not start a game if you are not going to play
#8 Outside food and drink is premitted
#9 Leave and return (same day) without paying again
#10 Attendant can help with game play
Looking to plan a birthday party or party for any other reason?
Jeremy's has a simple plan: You bring the food, drinks, etc and just pay for admission for those who attend. You won't find a more affordable place to party. (Alcohol is never permitted)
Tables and chairs are provided.
Pricing is $2.50/person on Wed/Thur minimum 10. $4.00/person on Fri/Sat/Sun, minimun 10. Reservation is require to reserve space. Any person with the party must be paid for, whether they are playing games or not. (This is the entire point of the arcade.)
Discounted Wed/Thur pricing will not be provided on parties without a reservation. Parties without a reservation may not receive table space. Open table space is first come, first served.
*Monday or Tuesday ONLY*
Want the entire place just for your party? Special arrangements can be made on Mondays and Tuesday for a flat fee based on length of use.
Pricing is $100 for up to 2 hours, $35 each additional hour. Includes entry for an unlimited amount of people.
Subject to availability.
Private parties during normal business hours:
This is something I prefer to never do. If it is an aboslute must, the following apply:
#1: Each party of this type is approved on a case by case basis.
#2: AT LEAST 3 Weeks notice is required.
#3: The entire amount due is required at time of booking.
#4: Pricing varies and is calculated at 3 times the estimated impact for the entire party setup, party, tear down, AND any impacted time that would prevent the arcade from operating. Minimum for 2 hours would be $200 for the most non-peak time slot. As example, most Saturday afternoon/evening slots would run over $1000.
Again, I do not want to host this type of party very often, if ever. The cost is signifcant. It doesn't usually work out in favor of the arcade. These guidelines for private parties during regular hours are mostly only being posted as a reference.