Paddy Power Betting Shop Irvine High Street

Take a look at the page below to find out more about the Paddy Power on the High Street in Irvine.  We have listed contact details and opening hours amongst other important facts.

Irvine High Street Betting Shop

Make sure to check the map to find where the Paddy Power is based on Irvine’s High Street.

  • Address – 138-140 High Street, Irvine, KA12 8AH
  • Phone0800 056 5275
  • Website – See Details Below
  • Payments Accepted – GBP, Cash, Credit Card, Debit Card

Opening Times

This branch of Paddy Power has specific opening hours.  Do make sure to check them before you visit so that you’re not disappointed.  The hours are extended on a Saturday, but will shorten on a Sunday.

  • Monday: 8:30am – 10pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30am – 10pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30am – 10pm
  • Thursday: 8:30am – 10pm
  • Friday: 8:30am – 10pm
  • Saturday: 8am – 10pm
  • Sunday: 9am – 10pm

About The Shop

Paddy Power is a licensed Betting Shop located at 138-140 High Street in IRVINE KA12 8AH.

The Betting Shop is operated by Power Leisure Bookmakers Limited (#1034) trading as Paddy Power, based at One Euston Square, 40 Melton Street, LONDON NW1 2FD.

The license status: Grant by North Ayrshire Council as at 18/11/2011.

Local Irvine

The branch of Paddy Power in Irvine can be found in the area’s High Street.  Naturally, this means it is in the centre of the main shopping and banking district.

Whether you need to take money out or fancy popping somewhere for a quick drink, the Paddy Power here is based in a prime location.  You are not too far from other betting shops, either, though we will cover that in a little more detail shortly.

Irvine is a bustling little town with plenty of history.  Many people head here to look into its broad medieval past, as well as to marvel at the Firth of Clyde, which runs alongside.

Parking and Travel

Looking to get to Irvine by car?  Make sure to find somewhere safe and legal where you can park.  Your bets options will be the free car park on Harbour Road, as well as the car park at Eglinton Country Park.

However, you will need to be a visitor here to make use of the facilities.  You’ll also find another car parking facility out on East George Street.  In any case, it shouldn’t be too hard for you to get parked.

If you want to get to the Paddy Power here by public transport, there are plenty of links.  Your nearest station will be Irvine railway station itself, which is closely linked to many other towns and villages in the nearby area.  You can also get to and from Irvine easily by bus route if you’d like to.

Local Bookmakers

Tired of the same old scene at Paddy Power?  You’re in luck, as there are plenty of alternative betting shops based nearby.  Take a look out at the Ladbrokes a little further down the High Street, for example, or the Betfred down on Bridgegate.

You can travel a little further to find your nearest Coral a few minutes away on Caldon Road.  It’s good to plan your betting journey before you arrive!

Despite being a fairly small town on the whole, it’s great to see that there’s a good selection of bookie brands to appeal to Scottish punters and visitors from miles around.

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Nearest Paddy Power Bookies

Take a look to see which is the closest bookies to you.

As you can see above there are many Paddy Power shops that you can use. Whether you are at home or on holiday, you are sure to find one nearby.

About Irvine

Irvine was once a hugely important medieval settlement in Scotland, and was a pivotal centre in military operations.  Since then, the town has grown to bring in various industries and trades, and is said to be home to over 33,000 people at the last count.

It is popular for its yearly events and its connections to the legendary Scottish poet Robert Burns.  Two streets are named after the wordsmith in the town centre, which overlooks the Firth of Clyde.