Pin Pan Alley was a chain of video arcades originally owned by Burton Popowcer, then sold in 1983 to, and operated by Bally Amusements, and was later acquired by the Hilton Group. It operated numerous arcades throughout the Midwest from the late 1970s until the early 1990s. Its games included actual pinball machines, video consoles and some redemption games and other games.
Tokens from Pin Pan Alley sometimes turn up among collectors of tokens from casinos and other concerns. They were typical brass-stamped tokens that were also often used at other arcades, because of their identical size.
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