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What You'll Get
Before the discovery of the balloon, it was thought that the only essentials for a party were friendly guests and a CD of whale screams. Get ready for a modern get-together with today's Groupon: for $189, you get a two-hour photo-booth rental with a prop box from Pix Photo Booth (a $375 value). Booth attendants will travel and deliver within 30 miles of Birmingham, with a $1.25 per mile charge for areas more than 30 miles away.
The staff at Pix Photo Booth totes compact photo studios to events, equipping celebrations with a snappy way to commemorate and entertain guests. An assistant remains on-hand throughout the duration of the rental to answer questions and ask booth-activating riddles as up to eight subjects vogue inside the wheelchair-accessible cubby. Friend groups grab accessories and costumes from the prop box to add pizzazz or to disguise babies as the mustachioed cowboys that were unable to attend. Images from the evening print on-site, sporting a custom logo strip to document where and why the portrait was taken, and are backed up online with an access fee of $50 (not included in this Groupon).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only within 30mi of Birmingham; $1.25/mile charge outside that radius. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pix Photo Booth
Party guests accessorize with silly hats, huge sunglasses, devil horns, and fake cigars before piling into a photo booth for a group shot. This scene unfolds at festivities ranging from bar mitzvahs to weddings, with one common denominator—equipment from Pix Photo Booth. The company’s attendants oversee booths throughout the rental period to ensure everything runs smoothly. They also spearhead setup and teardown, freeing hosts to check place settings for pitchforks masquerading as salad forks.