San Francisco
Bounce House Rental

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Bouce house for rent in San Francisco and The Bay Area

San Francisco/Bay Area (only)

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Rent a bounce house for your child's next party

Vault everyone into Jumpy Jump Land with this Little Tikes Jump'N'Slide. It's hours of fun and entertainment for a toddler birthday party. Get them sugared up on pizza, birthday cake, and soda, throw them in the magic castle, get them tired, and put them to bed early. Parents rejoice!

C'mon, think back to when you were little ... bounce houses, magic castles, and other inflatables were the best.

Price: $15/day

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What kinds of event(s) is a bounce house best for?

Birthday parties. But if you want to get creative, any event with kids, aged 3-8? School/church events. First communions. To keep your kids busy while you watch the Super Bowl. Anything goes. In fact, your average October high is 70 degrees, so rent the bounce house for Halloween and have kids jump in it with their costumes. November? average high is 64 degrees. Thanksgiving bounce house!.

Other ideas for kid birthday parties

To start, no one likes playing pin the tail on the donkey. What is this, 1899?!

No, kids want to jump around and get all nimbly-bimbly, and you can't do that being spun in circles until you're dizzy. Plus, that enters the vomit zone and that's a no-no. Let's consider some other options for birthday parties:

  • Ladderball? Boring
  • Tug of War? Useless
  • Laser tag? Awesome, but too young

Trampoline park? Awesome, but too expensive. Plus, you end up paying the markup on pizza delivery because the park, "doesn't allow external food" or they insist upon, "tablecloth rentals" ... or some ridiculousness.

What about pools you say? Good gosh, folks, pools are like quicksand, only water. Someone needs to pay constant attention, making sure your little tike doesn't drown. And don't even get me started on noodles, those foam war mallets are dangerous.

I mean, you could throw a Deadpool birthday party, complete with Ryan Reynolds, and I'm sure both the kids and ladies would be pleased, but that's just unrealistic.

... Or is it?

Screencap from Men's Journal article - "Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool Crashes a Kid’s Birthday in Hilarious New Set Photos"

Come to think of it, a velcro wall would be pretty sweet. But enough about velcro walls, this is about bouncy houses and magic castles and inflatables.

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Frequently asked questions

Trust me, your kids will thank you for renting this little tikes jump'n'slide (and I will too). Below is important information about the dimensions of the bounce house, how much it weighs, where you should put it, and more.

Where can I rent the bounce house?

The bounce house is only available for rent in the San Francisco / Bay Area through Omni, a concierge rental platform focused on "living lighter".

Do you have a coverage/service map for Omni?

Omni doesn't offer a map as of yet, but you can check out their service area and see if your zip code is listed.

What if I don't have an Omni account?

Sign up at BeOmni.com - feel free to use my referral code to get $25 in credit. Better yet, that $25 credit will get you a free day with the bounce house with room to spare.

My referral code:  TFEELEY

Is there a minimum rental period?

One day. And, at $15/day, you will find that it's the cheapest bounce house rental in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Don't believe me? Google it. Bay Area Jump inflatables start approximately at $100. That's a huge discount. Sure, they have a large selection, but for toddlers, aged 3-8, this is the very best rental in the Bay Area.

Also, there is a discount for weekly and monthly rentals. And, you won't have to pay a tip to the delivery guy, nor are the delivery rates exorbitant like a professional party rental company would charge you.

Here are Omni's Pick-up & Delivery fees

Can I keep the jumper overnight?

Sure can. Rent it for more than one day. You're kids are happy, I'm happy, everyone is happy.

What time(s) are available for delivery and pickup?

At the moment, Omni schedules deliveries and pick-ups between 7:30am and 8:30pm, seven days a week.

Is there a deposit?

No. Nice, right?

Do I need to schedule delivery ahead of time?

Yes and no.

No: if it's available, you could get same day delivery. Beware of any associated fees with condensed timelines.

Yes: to make sure you get it at the time you wanted. Otherwise, little [your kid's name] will not be psyched and you will feel like Ms. Phyllis Weaver on the Wheel of Fish.

How big is the Jump'n'Slide Bouncer?

144 x 108 x 72 in.

- or -

12 x 9 x 6 ft.

- and -

~ 7 x 7 x 4 ft. (if you care about the inside bounce area)

How much room do I need when setting it up?

A few feet on either side should do.

How much does it weigh?

37.4 lbs. (call the box an extra pound)

What does the bounce house rental come with?

Stakes, a large blower (GFCI), a repair kit, and a storage bag.

Any fun features?

A slide and a place to store your shoes on the side

How long does it take to inflate?

Minutes, per Little Tikes

Max weight limit inside the bounce house?

250 lbs.

Anything about operating the bounce house I should know?

After inflation, blower must run continuously while children are playing. Make sure jumper has been staked down. Make sure you put stakes in on an angle. Supervise your children. No food items, no shoes, and no sharp or pointed items should be allowed in the unit. Avoid kinks in the blower. Do not place the unit under trees or wires (electrical or otherwise). If something gets spilled, or it rains, please towel it up. Storing the bounce house damp will most likely result in it getting moldy. And please use common sense. Deflating the bounce house while it is in use is never a good idea.

Think of the children, man!

Does the blower need electricity?

Yes. An extension cord is probably a good idea as well.

What type of surface do you need to set the bounce house up on?

To be safe, focus on lawns, dirt, and other flat, non-abrasive surfaces that won't cause damage to the material. You should certainly not set it up somewhere where it will become a safety hazard to the children or the equipment.

What about taking the bounce house down?

Take the time to remove as much of the air from the bounce house as possible after you finish using it. You can even have kids walk on it to help get the air out. Make sure it’s as flat as can be. The goal is really to make sure all of the air is out.

Once again, make sure that it is dry, otherwise it will become moldy and unuseable for future rentals.

Again, think of the children, man! Don't steal someone else's sunshine ...

What clothes are appropriate?

Children's play clothes. As for their feet, socks and bare feet should be fine. Please keep shoes off while in use, that's why there is a shoe holder attached.

Can I use the bounce house indoors?

If you're ballin' and your house is big enough, and, the surface isn't abasive, then it should be fine.

What ages should use the Jump 'n Slide bouncer?

3 to 8 is optimal.

Can I use it in water?

No. You absolutely should not.

What if the bounce house doesn't come with instructions?

Feel free to download the bounce house instructions from the Little Tikes website.

How did you get the idea to rent out just one bounce house in San Francisco?

Read all about this small biz side hustle through omni storage

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Think of the children, man!

I love my kids!

Let's face it, you aren't Brian Madison of Madison Hotels, so you aren't throwing your son Billy an all campus rager ...

Sure, you could have concessions: popcorn makers. hand cranked snow cone makers. a hot dog steamer. pretzel machines, cotton candy makers. maybe even a make your own nacho stand. bubbles. balloons. maybe hire a clown. ball pit. sumo suits. a big air dancer. swing sets. a super sized soccer ball. a balloon twister. caricature artist. face painters. maybe even hire a real life Elsa from frozen. obstacle course. egg toss. sumo suits. dunk tank. moon bounce, blast zone, you name it.

But what little kids really want is a bounce house. And, what parents really want, is also a bounce house. Seriously, tire those little tikes out.

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