WHAT IS GAME CAFE DOING DURING COVID-19?
UPDATE: Starting May 11th we are store is open again for the following business hours, with recommended Jackson County COVID-19 Phase 1 policies in place.
Sunday 12 - 6
Monday 12 - 10
Tuesday 12 - 10
Wednesday 12 - 10
Thursday 12 - 10
Friday 12 - 12
Saturday 10 - 10
We are offering:
- Curbside Pickup / In-Store Pickup: We can now do in-store pickup and delivery again, and you will see these options at check-out. For curbside pickup, call the store when you pull up 816-252-7529 and we will bring you your order so you don't need to enter the store. If you are an at risk person or feel it is best not to enter the store for any reason, this is a great option.
- $5 Delivery: Order $30 or more and we will deliver it 20 mile radius, same day or next day at the store's discretion. Order online and select this option at shipping. After weeks of online orders, this is our best solution to go forward to balance delivery costs and order density. Orders over $100 are still free, and we have other shipping options as well for orders less than $100 and outside that 20 mile radius.
SAFETY AND HEALTH
- To protect you and our limited staff, we are sanitizing surfaces, the phone, register, door handles, etc. with high frequency.
- Employees will sanitize their hands and/or use gloves before handling your game purchases, after a pickup, during deliveries, and regularly in the store.
- If you are sick or experiencing symptoms, please stay home and contact us to arrange for a porch or front door drop off to eliminate contact.
- We have guidelines posted on the front of the store per Jackson County requirements.
- All employees will be wearing masks, and customers it is optional per Jackson County requirements.
- Please participate in social distancing when shopping with us. We have floor signage for the flow of customers through the store.
- Our retail space and event halls are limited to 25% maximum capacity while we are in Phase 1.
- We will not have organized play events during this two week stage of Phase 1. You can come and play in store in the event halls, but no groups over 10 people together are Jackson County guidelines.
Keep up to date through our Facebook page.