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Usual games, claw machines, skeeball, basketball, etc., some that earn you tickets for nominal... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
LVPADad
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Lehigh Valley,PA
FUN AND FRIENDLY

Three locations across the Boardwalk to serve you. They offer cards you can load and when playing... read more

Reviewed June 21, 2018
Stephan S
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Ottawa, Canada
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23rd. and Boardwalk, North Wildwood, NJ
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Usual games, claw machines, skeeball, basketball, etc., some that earn you tickets for nominal prizes like most arcades. Ed's adds to the fun with periodic free drawings where you can win a chance to win more tickets and prizes. Staff was very friendly and helpful....More

Thank LVPADad
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We do like Ed's Funcade, however, the claw machines are rigged. There is no reason why the claw should open up, release the toy and then move towards the opening. We know its a game and sometimes you lose and sometimes you win, but there...More

Thank Donna K
Reviewed July 8, 2018

I went here with my 8 year old son. The games i thought were not worth it but my kid was having fun so we stayed. I played a game with the claw. The claw grabbed a blue egg and in side it was supposed...More

Thank jsjkeller
Reviewed June 21, 2018

Three locations across the Boardwalk to serve you. They offer cards you can load and when playing with them, you get discounts on all the games. Lots of games to choose from, lots of prizes too. The crane games are popular and they have LOADS...More

Thank Stephan S
Reviewed June 12, 2018

They have 3 locations on the boardwalk and my wife and I always go here. We even keep the card they give you to pay for the games. You reload the card with money and swipe it at the machines to play. The tickets also...More

Thank KCruz0728
Reviewed September 7, 2017

I had a fun time here, but the crane games are rigged hard. My girlfriend and I must have put in ten dollars between the 2 of us to try to get one of the pokemon for her cousin back home. Everything the crane got...More

Thank al1981136
Reviewed September 3, 2017

This became our go-to place over the years for so many reasons. We spend most of the summer in NW and my 10-year-old son saves money in his "Ed's Jar" all year, and will run down with a couple of dollars often. The staff has...More

Thank PhillyMissy
Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

Had a question regarding their game cards and asked a worker who not only walked us through it, but also gave us a COUPLE of FREE plays. They use a card system like Dave and Busters and the games are pretty cheap as they are...More

Thank Soave M
Reviewed July 23, 2017

We love Ed's, great games, best play for your money on the boardwalk, friendly staff. Great prize choices.

Thank Tanya M
Reviewed July 12, 2017 via mobile

The service here is phenomenal. I've been going here since my first time at wildwood (2006) and this has always been a great arcade. The only problem about this place is the lack of different games. Every time I come here, its the same games...More

Thank Alexander M
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