Cost of Cornhole Rental?
It starts at $35/set not including delivery, pickup, etc. Pricing goes down when you’re over the 16 set mark.
$335 round trip minimum for downtown Chicago rentals. This includes five cornhole sets, throwing bags, and delivery/pickup using always-chaotic freight entrances and elevators.
Cost of Delivery?
Cost of Cornhole Tournament Moderation?
Got a Certificate of Insurance?
Yep, but that’s our business. If your building or dock security contractor needs a C.O.I. it’s on you to provide them one through your insurance company. We will not list any company or building security contractor as additionally insured on our policy.
What is our Service Area?
As far as you’re willing to pay us to drive. We make multiple out-of-state trips annually for our clients. One of our regular clients wanted to know if we could get our Cornhole equipment to Nashville for a weekend of corporate seminars. After some back-and-forth they, a national hotel chain, gave us accommodations and food for an extended holiday weekend in exchange for us delivering, setting up, and then picking up the equipment. We only billed them what we would as if their event were down the street from us here in Chicago.
So, we basically took a guys’ fishing trip that weekend in exchange for a nearly 1000 mile round trip booking. We needed a vacation anyways. We’re willing to get creative if you are.
Will you help with the tournament bracket?
Can clients pickup and return equipment?
Sure. Just understand we’ll place a credit card on file should our cornhole rental equipment never make it back to us.
Where is the Pickup/Return Location?
If you need more than a set or two, you’d be coming to our storage garage on the Northwest Side of Chicago in the Old Irving Neighborhood.
If you just need a set or two, we can often times work out other creative arrangements.
How many cornhole sets do we have?
We have enough. As of now we have about 50 cornhole rental sets in our inventory.
What are standard booking terms?
Upon on availability and agreement of services and equipment needed, you’ll be emailed a payable proposal. This serves only as a proposal of services offered and is in no way a binding agreement. Once paid, however, this proposal is then a binding agreement between us. Nothing is booked until our proposal is paid unless we mutually agree to other terms.
Mike and I have full time jobs – we don’t waste our time and aren’t going to waste yours. Just because we see several pending proposals out there doesn’t not mean we are gonna clear our schedules, request time off from work, load up the trucks, etc. We won’t do that until we see a paid notification.
If you want a cancellation or rain delay policy, let us know and it will be a separate line item on your proposal. As stated above – we work full time and usually need to take time off from our jobs to accommodate cornhole rentals. No event is booked, with or without a cancellation policy, unless the invoice is paid in full. Upon unfortunate cancellation of your event, your payment will be refunded to your card in full less any fees from the credit card processor (usually 2 or 3%) and our agreed upon cancellation policy price (which is basically what we make for reserving the equipment and other arrangements pertaining to your event such as requesting time off work).
We generally can’t agree to circumstantial terms such as “well, if it doesn’t rain that weekend, bring the equipment and we’ll pay you then…” because of how much planning we’d need to do regardless of event cancellation. If you don’t have a Plan B, we sure don’t.
Are there limitations where you’ll set up or deliver?
Nope. It’s your tournament. You do it where ever you want!
Just understand that if we need to climb up 30 flights of stairs, traverse a rope bridge, and then navigate a creaky step ladder to get onto your rooftop patio, it’ll cost more than a simple curbside delivery.
Do you offer discounted services for Charities?
Sometimes. A lot of our clients are charities as is. Reach out to us. We’ll see what we can do. No promises.