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All You Can Arcade ships full-sized game machines to people for a monthly fee.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 23 july 2013

Want to play the good ol’ arcade games from the 80’s or 90’s inside your own home or even your office? California-based All You Can Arcade can help you with that.

The company can ship a full-sized arcade game to a member’s home or office for a monthly fee of $75, inclusive of pick-up and delivery. All the games are set to free play so it’s a whole month of free games for members. Members can opt to keep the game as long as they want or swap it out for a different one. All You Can Arcade currently serves the San Francisco and Sacramento area, and availability of arcade games vary per location.

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The $75 monthly fee entitles members to one game a month, but members can opt for the higher level memberships if they want to rent out 2 to 3 games per month. Two games costs $150 per month while three games go for $225.

All You Can Arcade also offers partnerships with those who own arcade games. Individuals or operators who have arcade games lying around can rent it out via the company’s website.

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