Gaming Party Bus FAQ’S
How do I book?
We will need to you fill in a booking form on our website, that way we will have all of the details we need to make a booking, including; your full address, contact details and preferred date. Once we receive your booking form a Gaming Party Bus representative will either email or call you to arrange your booking.
How much do I have to pay to secure my booking?
We only require a 50% deposit to be made to secure your booking. The rest of the balance can be paid up to 7 days before your party date.
How do I make payment?
Please visit our BOOK NOW section and simply follow the booking steps to pay your 50% deposit.
Can I pay by cash?
Unfortunately, we do not accept cash or cheque as a payment method. You can however pay by bank transfer if you wish.
How do I know that my booking is confirmed?
Once your payment has been made, you will be send an email confirmation.
Do I get anything else with my booking?
Yes, we will send you out free party invitations in the post by 1st class so you can hand them out to your chosen guests.
What will happen on the day of the party?
A party representative will call you either the day before or the morning of your party to confirm everything is on schedule. The van and staff will then arrive at your chosen location approximately 15-30 minutes before your party start time to set everything up.
What do I need to do?
All we require from you is adequate parking on the day as well as access to a power point.
How much parking do you need?
Our vans are 7.5 metres in length and approximately 2.3 metres wide so we need a space big enough for 2 car spaces for the van to park comfortably.
What do you mean when you say that the van needs a power point?
We mean that we just need a simple plug socket to plug in to so that we have power to run the equipment on board. We will provide everything, including extension leads that can reach up to 20 metres in length.
What if I want to book the van at a location that doesn’t have a power supply?
We can supply a generator at an extra cost.
Why is there an additional cost for this?
We need to charge extra for the power generator as it runs on fuel and can be quite costly to run.
Who’s responsibility is the parking?
The responsibility would be of the person that made the booking.
What if parking needs to be paid for or a ticket is given?
We would not be able to proceed with a party if there is not parking made available to us as we can only carry out parties on a stationary basis. If parking needs to be paid for, then this needs to be carried out by the person responsible for making the booking with us. If adequate parking is not available and a ticket is written out to us, then the payment of the ticket would again be under the person who made the booking’s responsibility. Please see our terms and conditions for more information.
Can we choose what games we want to play?
Yes, on board we have a large selection of games available. These can be chosen by talking to the gaming staff on board or by browsing the available games on the on-board iPad. You can see some of the games available on our ‘Games Available’ page.
Are your staff able to watch the children if the adults are not on-board?
Yes, our staff are fully CRB checked and trained.
What age restrictions apply to children playing the games?
We generally would not allow young children to play games outside of their age range that could be inappropriate. However, some games are permitted with parents’ guidance and permission.
Is the bus only for children?
Not at all. We also do parties for big kids (adults), corporate events, weddings, stags and hen’s.
What consoles do your vans have?
We have PS4, Xbox ONE and Nintendo Switch
How many can fit on the van at one time?
Up to 10 can fit inside . There are also screens on the outside of the van for more interactive game play and additional 6 players. Although, for a great gaming experience we do suggest having no more than 15 players at one time.