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How Much Money Can An Inflatable Businesses Make?


       A Bounce House Business can be as small or as big as you make it.  It's earning potential is only limited to your rental fleet you have available and expenses you need to pay out including employee wages; which is probably your biggest expense.  
     Individuals that actually make a living renting out inflatables, usually have a large size inventory and they started out small, growing over several years, and "making a name" for themselves!

     To determine your earning potential you would first have to figure out the average rental rates in your area.  Which is already explained in Setting Your Prices.


«««««Don't Be Fooled!  Many manufacturers would like you to Believe«««««
That just because you have an inflatable for rent, that it WILL get rented. This makes this business look more enticing and you’ll want to buy from that manufacturer.
 

Average rental prices through the US vary, from $90 to $140.
It could be less or more depending on your area. Let’s look at possible rental scenarios.

HOW LONG IS YOUR RENTAL SEASON??

THE FOLLOWING IS BASED ON A UNIT GOING OUT .7 TIMES PER WEEK

« If you have an average rental price of $90and it rents out .7 times per week x a 24 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 1,512.00 – expenses.
 
« If you have an average rental price of $90and it rents out .7 times per week x a 52 week rental seasonin warmer climates. Yearly Gross t income 3,276.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $140  and it rents out .7 times per week x a 24 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 2,352 – expenses.
   
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If you have an average rental price of $140  and it rents out .7 times per week x a 52 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 5,096.00 – expenses.
Your rental season and pricing may vary, please adjust accordingly.

THE FOLLOWING IS BASED ON A UNIT GOING OUT 1 TIMES PER WEEK

« If you have an average rental price of $90and it rents out 1 times per week x a 24 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 2,160.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $90and it rents out 1 times per week x a 52 week rental seasonin warmer climates. Yearly Gross income 4,680.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $140  and it rents out 1 times per week x a 24 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 3,360.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $140  and it rents out 1 times per week x a 52 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 7,280.00 – expenses.
Your rental season and pricing may vary, please adjust accordingly.
THE FOLLOWING IS BASED ON A UNIT GOING OUT 1.5 TIMES PER WEEK
« If you have an average rental price of $90 and it rents out 1.5 times per week x a 24 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 3,240.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $90  and it rents out 1.5 times per week x a 52 week rental seasonin warmer climates. Yearly Gross income 7,020.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $140 and it rents out 1.5 times per week x a 24 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 5,400.00 – expenses.
   
« If you have an average rental price of $140 and it rents out 1.5 times per week x a  52 week rental seasonin cooler climates. Yearly Gross income 10,920.00 – expenses.
Your rental season and pricing may vary, please adjust accordingly.



 











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