On average, the rent for the bounce house ranges from $20 to $50 per hour, and most people pay $140 to $280 for six hours depending on the size and length of the lease. The daily rental fee usually includes delivery, setting up and collecting after the event.

For example, in Houston, Texas, if you want to rent an 8-hour castle bounce house, you'll have to pay $100, excluding shipping and installation costs, which may start at $26. There may also be additional costs, such as an additional $26 for an overnight extension. There are also cheaper inflatable toys, such as 13ft module bouncy house, which cost $70 for eight hours. Mini inflatable toddler park starts at $65. If the budget and space are OK, you can choose a bigger inflatable bouncy house, so it's much more fun.

Prices vary slightly from coast to coast and from city to city. In New York City, hopping houses start at $150, plus the extra cost of overnight selection, delivery and installation. Some companies offer free installation and delivery services. Of course, the newer models offer more fun with newer bounce houses and inflatable units with higher design and cost. For real events, such as the 56 foot inflatable obstacle course , the starting price is $400. The price of larger 22 foot tropical water starts at $550. It's not very cheap, but it's definitely a pleasure for the guests. These are your average prices in other states.

Renting a fancy inflatable bouncer usually costs between $200 and $575 a day. An Inflatables Castle Combo 5-in-1 complex with jumping areas, obstacles, basketball circles, rock climbing areas and slides for $375 for eight hours.

If you want a huge inflatable toy for a big event, then you need to rent a commercial grade inflatable bounce house(toy) usually costs between $1000 and $2000. Such as inflatable 5k obstacle course. These structures can accommodate 10 to 20 children/adults at the same time. They are made of high-quality materials and are durable and reusable. For example, the inflatable 5k from East Inflatables rents $1500.

Written by Candy from East Inflatables.