Re-Defining Pinball in North East Wisconsin. District 82 Pinball is for enthusiasts interested in Playing More Pinball! We offer over 100 pinball machines all set on Free Play. Pay the admission charge for the day and play as much as you want.
Here are some of out most frequently asked questions:
We are open for general play:
We are open for tournament only play on:
Every other Tuesday 5PM-10PM see dates here:
All ages welcome just sign up in advance.
We are closed in the Summer Months (June-August) and certain days for Major Pinball Tournaments.
Admission: Each night will have an admission charge. You just pay the admission fee and all games are on free play for your visit. Play as much as you want.
District 82 Pinball Arcade
800 O'keefe Rd
De Pere, WI 54115
District 82 is a Free Play Pinball Arcade. All the games are set on Free Play so you don't use quarters, tokens or a card reader. You pay an admission charge for entry, get a wristband, and play as much pinball as you want while you are here. You can come and go with the wristband so you don't have to stay inside the whole time.
There is parking in front of the building located at:
800 O'Keefe Rd Suite F
De Pere, WI 54115
If the front parking lot is full, there is a back parking lot with a rear entrance as well.
You can also park on either side of the street.
Yes, we have 1 Mens and 1 Womens Bathroom for normal events.
For large multi-day tournaments we also get 3 port-a-johns for the event.
Yes, I am always looking to purchase games and rarely I sell games, please contact Erik at (920) 621.9631. If you would like to purchase a brand new game please contact Chris at https://www.kingpingames.net/
Yes, occasionally I fix games or I can refer you to someone locally. You will need to bring your game to my location once your project is approved.
For more information, please contact Erik at (920) 621.9631
With the exception of service animals, pets are not allowed at District 82 Pinball.
District 82 is a huge pinball tournament destination for players all over the country and world. We have our machines set up for 'Tournament Rules' instead of factory settings. This means instead of an extra ball you get points. Instead of a free game you get points. The features of the games are less random and more linear to make game play from person to person on the same machine more similar for all players so one person doesn't get a random multiball (valuable) and the next person gets a 2X bonus (blah).
You will also notice the games are set up slightly harder with out lanes set to maximum opening and pitch set slightly steeper. Don't worry the games are all on Free Play so if you have a quick game just push start again and give it another go!
Once you get used to playing games at District 82 the typical location games you play elsewhere will seem easier since they are set up for long game times and not competition.