We rented for a couple picnics and it was around 250 for a large one with slide. This was an all day rental with setup and take down. We had a blast!
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We looked at Bounce house rentals here in VA where we live for my retirement party (we expected and had a lot of families with kids ages 2-14 there), a four hour rental for the full monty (biggest they had with slide etc and setup and tear down) ran us around $350.
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Well this has nothing to do with weight loss... well maybe a little.
I am turning 27 on the 27th, and even though the party will be all adults with the exception of my bestie's 4 month old baby and my 4 year old niece, I want to get an inflatable bounce-house type slide or obstacle course or something like that!
So kind of weight loss related in that it something fun and active to do at my party rather than just eat!
Now the reason I'm posting, I have not even a ballpark figure to go off of. Has anyone ever rented something like this? I want to get at least a ball park of what to expect! I've e-mailed a few places for some quotes but don't know whether to expect $100 or $500!
~Lulu~ Lots of things taste as good as being thin feels! That's why this's hard!
Make the decision that will make you feel good ABOUT YOURSELF, rather than the one that feels "good" right now.
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