the prices im finding online are ridiculous. they range from $99 (cheapeast i saw) to over $200! i only need it for two hours and i see that a lot of them offer a minimum of four. i guess that would be okay, my kids can play in it while i get the party set up and wait for guests. but i was hoping to spend no more than $50, guess my idea of how much those things cost was way off. do you think that's a bit much?
btw, the party is for my middle daughter that's turning two. i know what you're thinking, she's too young for a bounce house party. i agree except she doesn't really have "friends" so im inviting all of my friends that have kids around the same age as my oldest. most are 4 years old, and there will be about 10 children there including my three. so i thought i might get my money's worth by renting one of these and letting them go to town. maybe i should extend the party to four hours so they can bounce for two hours and we can go cake and presents the rest of the time.
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