If you have made the decision to rent out inflatable jumper, also known as bounce houses, one of the things you’ll have to do is to figure out your pricing structure. To do this, there are four main things that you want to do so that you know how much to charge your customers.
Consider the Size:
When you are setting your rental prices, one thing to consider is the size of the bounce house. After all, you will pay more to purchase larger houses, so it will make sense that you will rent them for more. Also, a larger house will mean that more kids can enjoy playing in it. So that will also cost more.
Consider the Features:
Does the inflatable have a slide? Does it have a water slide? Can kids ‘race’ each other on it? All these things are special features that not every inflatable house has and so you can get more for these features.
If you want to encourage repeat customers or corporate customers, you might want to offer discounts. You can offer a discount to someone if they rent two or more inflatables or if they are a repeat customer. After all, having repeat satisfied customers is going to be easier and better than finding new ones all of the time.
Check out Your Competition:
Are there other places that rent bounce houses in your area? What are they charging for rentals? You want to be competitive but you also don’t want to sell yourself short in pricing. You could offer a price match guarantee so that you’re competitive without losing a lot of money.
These are the things that you can do to find the best price structure for your moon bounce business. They’ll help you be competitive and make money.