All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
· Reviewed November 28, 2017
· Reviewed November 26, 2017
· Reviewed October 22, 2017
What You'll Get
Choose from Five Options
- $15.50 for a three-hour pass for one person, valid Monday–Friday ($19.95 value)
- $23 for a three-hour pass for two people, valid Monday–Friday ($39.90 value)
- $34 for a three-hour pass for three people, valid Monday–Friday ($59.85 value)
- $39.50 for a three-hour pass for four people, valid Monday–Friday ($79.80 value)
- $36 for a day pass for two people, valid any day ($59.90 value)
Passes grant free play on Modern Pinball NYC’s machines, with no coins needed. Guests receive a wristband that allows them to leave and reenter, and can also receive 10% off food and drink next door at Madhatter by displaying the wristband.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Outside food and drinks are not permitted. Please check Modern Pinball NYC's website for up-to-date hours of operation and any notices about upcoming private events that may restrict general public entry. Excludes federal holidays. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Modern Pinball NYC
In 1942, New York City Mayor La Guardia banned pinball, claiming it was a game of chance and not skill. The ban stuck and the game didn't make its return until 1976 when the pinball ban was overturned. Today, no such controversy surrounds pinball—in fact, it's experiencing a resurgence in the city, with Modern Pinball NYC leading the charge.
Here, fun-lovers gather to rack up points on more than 30 machines, some of which date back to the late 1970s, some of which are brand new, with step-stools available for kids. Named one of New York Magazine's best in 2014, Modern Pinball NYC isn't your typical arcade; it features pinball machines exclusively, and, instead of bringing the machines to life by inserting quarters or hooking them up to car batteries, visitors purchase hour and day passes to play all the games as many times as they wish. This system enables Modern Pinball NYC to maintain a social, high-energy gaming environment that centers on clean, non-violent fun—a trait that many modern video games may lack— and even CNN and The Wall Street Journal have weighed in on the new darling of the NYC pinball scene.