Pirate-themed Bounce House?

Updated on June 18, 2008
C.M. asks from Allen, TX
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I'm trying to find a pirate-themed bounce house for my son's 4th birthday party. I've surfed around online but the only one I found was a MASSIVE pirate ship way too expensive for a little boy's birthday party. If anyone has suggestions I would greatly appreciate it.

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answers from Tyler on

Check out Space Walk's website: www.herecomesfun.com

I happen to manage the branch in Tyler. They are all over the U.S. On the home page, click "find a branch". Then type in your zip-code and it will give you the phone number of the branch in your area. Call and ask about it. If they do not have one, they can get it from another branch if it is available.

One thing to keep in mind: if you get just a "plain" bounce, you can hang a plastic poster (from the party store) on the side with zip-ties.

I hope this helps.

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answers from Dallas on

I think what I would do is just request (if possible) a bounce house that fits pirate themed colors ie..red, black, white. The kids won't care that it's not a pirate ship they'll just be excited they get to bounce! I also have made several pirate ship cakes take a look and let me know what you think! www.freewebs.com/sweettemptationbakery



answers from Dallas on

We did a pirate theme for my son's birthday and rented from Afford-a-Bounce. I am not sure where they deliver to, but we found them to be the most affordable. We were not able or willing to pay for one of the big pirate ships, but they had one that had a bounce area and a slide. The top had a huge pirate with the cross and skull flags. There is a picture of it on their website. They were easy to deal with, in fact we reserved and paid the deposit online. You should check them out: www.affordabounce.com



answers from Dallas on

Hi C.- I know that All-4-Fun (http://www.all4fundallas.com/) has a huge selection of bounce houses and is who my company has used in the past. Good luck!



answers from Dallas on

I remember seeing this at ToysRUs recently. It is actually a backyard pool, but heck it's only $35! If you can't find a pirate-themed bounce house, then it might fit the bill.

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