I don't want to make any phone calls right now but if anyone has hired one before generally how much do they cost?
Can you get small ones as my yard is on the smaller side. And my DD is only turning 2 so would only need a small one for her little friends.
Any ideas or recommendations would be appreciated
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06-03-2010 15:44 #1
How much does it cost to hire a jumping castle?
06-03-2010 15:51 #2Senior Member
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Think they are about $200
06-03-2010 16:06 #3
06-03-2010 16:13 #4
Depends on size they start around $200-$350
Have you had a look online some palces have prices on there sites
06-03-2010 16:44 #5
if they are that much you may be better (long term) getting one of the blow up slide/cstles from target - I think they are on sale at Target again for about $350 (ish) then you can use it over and over (and even lend/rent it to friends for their birthdays!) friends of ours have one and the kids love it - aged 18 months to 5 yrs.
06-03-2010 16:50 #6
Thanks for that link! I found one that looked awesome & I think I'd pay the extra $40 for the extra 3 hours.
Buying one from Target sounds like a good idea too as it can be whipped out for all special occasions. Are they in the catalog? I'll have a looksy on their website.
25-09-2012 13:28 #7Junior Member
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Juping Castle Prices
This website has Jumping Castles starting at $110 http://www.jumpingcastlesbrisbaneqld.com.au/
14-03-2013 22:13 #8
Buy one instead! I was looking at hiring in for my DS 2nd birthday and instead of paying $200 to hire it for the day I bought one at Aldi for $199! I was worried about the quality but it's great , we put it up nearly every Sunday or when we have friends with little kids come over - check eBay as well as there are quite a few on there , just make sure it comes with the air compressor
14-03-2013 22:45 #9
Target has one in the catalogue that I got yesterday. Sake starts today. I am in bed atm and CBF getting up but I think it was about $230 and had a slide part on it.
14-03-2013 22:48 #10
How many kids can go on target/ Aldi brought jumping castles?
I'm thinking of buying one but am worried about the quality and the limit.
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