Adding a money wheel or money machine is a great way to increase sales! If done correctly you should receive a great return on your investment
How much money should I set aside?
You may not need to issue these entire amounts for each seller, but be prepared anyway!
What should the rules be for the money machine?
We recommend that you limit the time in the money machine to 30 seconds. The participant may grab the money with both hands but they are not allowed to ‘stuff’ the money in their pockets before the 30 second time limit is up.
What should the qualifications be for the money wheel & money machine?
Who provides the prize money?
The organization is responsible for providing the prize money for the money wheel and money machine; therefore make sure that you promote this part of your sale well so that you can ensure a good return on your investment.
You can incorporate the money wheel, money machine or both and structure how you want your sellers to earn these fun privileges any way you wish. Make sure to reward your qualifiers in front of everyone so that others will see and want to try for it the next time!
Other creative options include:
If you are not allowed to issue cash to your sellers, then use gift cards:
*Set the least amount of money that a seller can win on the money wheel at $5.00 (if they land on the 1, 2 or 5) and the most at $25.00 (if they land on the joker or flag).
PLEASE NOTE: Some inflatable companies do not have a money wheel so if you are doing a Super Party or Super Splash Party and end up having sellers who qualify, contact us and we will let you know. If your company does not have a money wheel and you are unable to provide your own, we recommend that you do something like ‘Jump for George’ instead. Groups must provide their own cash. You must make your own arrangements for a money wheel or money machine for all events other than a Super Party or Super Splash Party