Two- or Four-Hour Photo-Booth Rental from Hill Country Photo Booths (Up to 56% Off)

On Location

Value Discount You Save
$450 50% $225
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Limited quantity available

In a Nutshell

Techs oversee booths rigged with LCD screens; rentals include a free DVD of the night’s shots

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 28th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Appointments required. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid only for select service area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A photograph can document a major life event almost as well as a scroll signed in the blood of everyone who attended. Bind your memories with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $225 for a two-hour photo-booth rental (a $450 value)
  • $399 for a four-hour photo-booth rental (a $900 value)

After free booth delivery, an onsite photo tech aids partygoers as they pose with themed props in a booth equipped with an LCD screen. Photo strips print from the machine, each bearing a custom event logo. Rentals also include supplies for personalizing an event scrapbook, as well as a free DVD of all photos. For a $15 fee, hosts can receive their photos on a USB stick instead.

Hill Country Photo Booths

In the curtained-off confines of one of Hill Country Photo Booths’ booths, partygoers grin, cross their eyes, and give each other bunny ears—lighthearted displays captured in high-resolution photos. As an LCD screen captures posing partygoers, a technician oversees the booth for the duration of the rental, ensuring that photo strips print properly and ghosts don’t blur images with their ectoplasmic thumbprints. After the revelry, hosts can peruse the event’s shots—in color or black and white—in a personalized event scrapbook or on DVD.

Beyond photo booths, the business rents other audiovisual equipment, such as projectors, screens, or TVs equipped with Wiis or Rock Band. Staffers can even connect hosts with party venues such as Palm Door, a refurbished 1936 cabinetmaker’s shop that adds a touch of old Texas to weddings, much like hiring a horse to officiate.

Hill Country Photo Booths

In the curtained-off confines of one of Hill Country Photo Booths’ booths, partygoers grin, cross their eyes, and give each other bunny ears—lighthearted displays captured in high-resolution photos. As an LCD screen captures posing partygoers, a technician oversees the booth for the duration of the rental, ensuring that photo strips print properly and ghosts don’t blur images with their ectoplasmic thumbprints. After the revelry, hosts can peruse the event’s shots—in color or black and white—in a personalized event scrapbook or on DVD.

Beyond photo booths, the business rents other audiovisual equipment, such as projectors, screens, or TVs equipped with Wiis or Rock Band. Staffers can even connect hosts with party venues such as Palm Door, a refurbished 1936 cabinetmaker’s shop that adds a touch of old Texas to weddings, much like hiring a horse to officiate.

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