Dunk Tank Rental
Dunk Tank (Tow Behind)
$200.00 *Customer pickup price till 9 am the next day - Delivery and Setup is available for an additional fee
$400.00 *Includes Delivery, Setup and Teardown within 10 miles of the store. Customer is responsible to fill. ABC Requires a minimum 48-hour window prior to and after event for setup & tear-down. Final price subject to change.
$300.00 *Customer pickup price. Friday Noon to Monday 5pm - Delivery and Setup is available for an additional fee.
Staffed - Includes the Dunk Tank, Delivery, Setup, (1) ABC professionally trained staffers to oversee the use of the Dunk Tank so you can devote all your attention to your guest and teardown within 10 miles of the store. NOTE: Customer is responsible to supply water source.
$400.00 - 2 Hours
$600.00 - 4 Hours
$2999.00 We have a large selection of Used Equipment. Prices are negotiable depending on age and condition of the equipment. We are open to offers. Please call or visit our stores
$3499.00 (does not include freight and assembly) - Please speak to us about low interest financing options and rent to own programs.
This Dunk Tank tow behind any vehicle with a 2" trailer ball hitch. The Dunk Tank has always been a leading money maker at fairs, carnivals, and block parties as well as a great for your everyday party. In addition, it is trailer-mounted for easy transportation and sets up in two minutes without any tools. Just put your favorite/least favorite person on the hot seat. They are just sitting there waiting to be dunked as you launch the ball at the target. A hit and a splash or a miss and a boo and laughs!
Unit has a 500-gallon tank - Fill times range based on water pressure and gallons per minute output. GPM ranges from 2 to 6gpm depending on your water pressure, pipe diameter and hose diameter and its length.
At 2 gpm to fill 500 gallons would take just over 4 hours. Average is 1.5 to 2 hrs. Make sure you allow enough time to fill.
Remember what goes in must come out. The drain is located in the rear of the unit. Do not put up against a building near doorways/basement windows or garage doors to avoid flooding.