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How much does it cost to rent a 360 Photo Booth?

If you're seeking to rent a 360 Video Booth for your wedding or next event, you're definitely looking for pricing so you can figure out how much of your budget will go into this rental. Well! Look no further because I'll be discussing the costs that these 360 Photo Booth operators charge, as well as the factors that influence the price.

So to get to the point🔥 You can expect to pay anywhere from $199-$599 per hour. There is a BIG range between these hourly rates, so here's the breakdown of what to look for when booking your 360 Photo Booth Service. Most 360 Photo Booth businesses know their competitors, so if you're an an area where it's saturated with 360 Photo Booth operators you're in a good position to negotiate and pay less🙌.

If you're looking for something super simple like a small 360 video booth that holds up to 2 people you shouldn't be paying over $200 an hour. Here are the items that drive up the price of your 360 Video Booth rental.

  1. The size of the booth. The bigger the better. Ideally the 100cm (39") that holds up to 4 people.

  2. Lighting💡! The better the lighting the better the video content, so if you're going to be paying over $300 an hour make sure the 360 Photo Booth includes RGB lights. Ideally you want to make sure the booking includes at least 3-4 RGB lights.

  3. Sharing stations🥳 Most high end 360 Photo Booth rentals include a sharing station that consist of either an iPad or a screen monitor that streams the video recording live. This is a great add-on because it allows the attendees to scan, download, or airdrop their video footage once they get off the 360 Photo Booth platform. Another cool concept about having a sharing station is that it gives the event a more modern day vibe. If your rental includes a screen monitor people will be able to see what's going on from a distance which will motivate them to participate.

  4. Safety is 🔑 So if you're paying a premium price your 360 Video Booth Rental should include stanchions. Having stanchions in your setup is a great way to deter children and intoxicated adults from getting too close the the rotating 360 Photo Booth arm. The arm that holds the camera spins fast, so it's best to keep a safe distance. Another cool thing is that stanchions give off an exclusive fancy look to your event 😎

  5. The final thing is PROPS. Some of these props can be as simple as plastic signs with catchy phrases to premium money guns and bubble machines. Many operators avoid the money guns in their rental. The reason why is because if you think about it, someone has to pick up every dollar off the ground and that takes a lot of time and energy, so for the operators that do include the money gun as part of the rental they usually just let the main host or, bride and groom use the gun, this is something you should discuss with your operator.

HOT TIP🔥 You can save hundreds of dollars if you book your 360 Photo Booth rental for the busiest hour of the event. You can have your DJ announce the start of the 360 Video Booth session along with ending time, so that all the attendees leave with incredible 360 degree footage of your memorable event. I hope this article saves you money!


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