Gaming at Coral Island Casino Blackpool
Within the Coral Island entertainment hub on Central Promenade is the comparatively small casino known as Coral Island Casino Blackpool. There are just 7 tables, 20 slots, and 40 electronic roulette machines available here.
The low minimum stakes are ideal if you’re new to gaming, but big rollers should look elsewhere. The roulette minimum bet is 50p throughout the week and £1 on the weekends, with a £50 maximum bet per number. At the blackjack tables, you can wager as little as £3 or as much as £500 per box.
The majority of the slots are Super V+ Gaminator machines, which feature games like Lucky Lady’s Charm, Book of Ra, and Beetle Mania, as well as IGT Multi-game machines, which have well-known titles like Cleopatra, Pharaohs Fortune, and Lucky Larry’s Lobstermania. The progressive Fort Knox game is available here if you’re looking for the biggest payouts.
There aren’t any poker tournaments or cash games at Coral Island Casino, sadly, because there isn’t a card room there. Instead, poker players should visit either the Genting Casino Blackpool or the Grosvenor Casino Blackpool, where there are always tournaments and cash games.
Instead, why not use your free bonus money to try out online poker? It may be played anywhere, at any time, and is completely safe. Registration only takes a few minutes.
Coral Island Casino Entertainment & Events
Sadly, there isn’t much in the way of entertainment at the casino, probably because they don’t want to try competing with the plethora of entertainment around Blackpool. We recommend going elsewhere in the town if you want to hear some music or watch some sport.
Food & Drink
There is a large variety of drinks and snacks available at the casino bar. However, you can visit The Buccaneer Family Bar and Restaurant, Captain Jacks Bar and Grill, or Peggy’s Snack Bar, which are all located within the Coral Island complex, if you’re in the mood for something more substantial.
Dress Code & Entry
There is no strict dress code. The casino has an open door policy, so as long as you can provide valid identification and establish that you are 18 or older, you can enter and begin playing.
Parking & Transport
Blackpool’s Coral Island is situated south of the Blackpool Tower, midway between the Central and the North Piers.
The nearby Bonny Street Car Park offers pay and display parking and takes cash or credit cards for payment. The neighbourhood is served by several bus routes, and Tower is the closest tram stop to the casino.