Bounce House Business Header
HOME PAGE
SETTING YOUR PRICES
POSSIBLE REVENUE
INFLATABLE COSTS
OTHER EXPENSES
INCOME ANALYSIS SHEET
INFLATABLE INSURANCE
STATE REGULATIONS
BUSINESS POLICIES
OTHER INCOME
S.I.O.T.O
MOONWALK FORUM
INFLATABLE MANUFACTURERS
BUY USED EQUIPMENT
FREIGHT COMPANIES
OTHER FAQ
INFLATABLE CONTRACTS
INFLATABLE ORGANIZATIONS
RENTAL DIRECTORY
MARKETING YOUR BUSINESS
INFLATABLE REPAIR CO.
HOW-TO ARTICLES
CONTACT US
 
 
Setting Your Inflatable Prices
     In order to set your prices you will need to determine what the average rental rates are in your area. To do so, you will need to open up your phone book and/or other directory source and make phone calls to inquire about size of units, type of units (themes), length of rental and prices. Also ask what other equipment they might also offer for rent and itís pricing, such as concession machines and games?

     Also, compare apples to apples (your business plan to their business) Is your competition insured? Require Deposits? What makes your competition special?Etc.

     DO NOT think that you'll just undercut your competition a few dollars to get business. You'll think it's a great idea, until someone does it to you! So don't do it, it creates price deterioration in an area!  If you want to have a special grand opening price that's fine.  But let your customers know what the regular price is and the 'sale' price.  Otherwise, customers will come back "looking for" that great price and they'll be upset when you don't have it.

     










The content of this Web site is intended to convey general information about Starting a
Bounce House Business for Party Inflatables and should not be relied upon as legal advice.   (c) 2006-2010  Sitemap