“Let it go” when you rent our Frozen Jumper. Made out of high quality materials, this bouncer is designed to provide a safe and fun party experience.

For just $130, you receive the following:

  • Full mesh walls for easy supervision
  • Large bouncing area for kids of all ages
  • Safety ramp for easy entry/exit
  • High quality, fire resistant vinyl
  • 100% insured
  • Free delivery

Our Frozen Jumper is offered at an affordable price, making it a welcome addition to any party or event.

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Frozen Regular Jumper Rental


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Product Description

Frozen Jumper: All Day Rental

The Frozen Jumper is crafted out of the highest quality vinyl available today. Our bounce house technicians consider safety of your bouncers a top priority and ensure everything is inspected, safe and ready to go prior to delivering the unit for your event.

Our goal is to exceed your expectations in regard to size, quality, bounce house availability and especially price. While we don’t offer discount bouncers (since these are not safe) we do offer competitive prices that ensure you receive quality and value.

Jump House Features: Frozen Jumper

When you rent the Frozen Jumper, you will find the safety ramp ensures easy access for even the youngest bouncers. The vinyl material provides superior support and allows several children to enjoy the bounce house at the same time. According to manufacturer requirements, the following recommendations have been made regarding the number of bouncers to have inside at one time:

  • Kids from 2 to 5 years old – 10 children at a time
  • Kids from 6 to 12 years old – 8 children at a time
  • Kids from 13 to 17 years old – 5 children at a time

If you allow more than this inside, it may create dangerous bouncing conditions. Also, it is not a good idea to allow smaller children to bounce at the same time as bigger ones, since they may become injured.

Pricing: What is the Cost of the Frozen Jumper?

The cost of our Frozen Jumper is just $130 for a full day of fun. However, there is also the option to rent the bounce house overnight for an additional fee. We provide delivery any time before 3pm the day of your event, and will pick up prior to 7pm, unless you opt to pay the additional fee and keep the bouncer overnight. We also request that you provide a 72 hour notice if you plan to cancel your rental of the Frozen Jumper.

Our professional technicians will arrive at your party sight and provide full delivery and setup at no additional fee. Our top priority is safety, so we will ensure the bouncer is secure and ready to be used prior to leaving.

Specifications of the Frozen Jumper

We offer our Frozen Jumper for an entire day, unless you opt to pay the additional fee and keep the bouncer overnight. The size specifications of the Frozen Bouncer are 17 ft. long, 17 ft. wide, and 18 ft. high.

Mickey Mouse Park Junior Inflatable Jumper Delivery Details

We delivery anywhere in San Diego County, from Chula Vista, CA to Escondido.  We deliver every day of the week including holidays after 8am & pick time can be before 6pm. That’s ten hours of pure interruption free bouncing fun!  View Party Rental Equipment and Jumper Delivery Policy.  

Additional Information

Concession Details

Hot Dog Steamer: Comes without servings

Snow Cone Maker: You need to buy ice bag. Comes with 50 servings and you can choose between our two flavors.

Cotton Candy Maker: Comes ready with 50 servings. Two sugar flavors to choose from.

Delivery Areas

San Ysidro, Imperial Beach, Chula Vista, National City, Coronado, El Cajon, La Mesa, Santee, Poway, Del Mar, Miramar, Escondido, Lakeside and the rest of San Diego county.


Lenght 15 ft. x 17 ft.
Width 15 ft. x 17 ft.
Hеight 18 ft. x 18 ft.

Space Required

Lоng 26 ft
Widе 21 ft
Hеight 19ft


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