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Does Walgreens Blow Up Balloons?

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Did you know that Professor Michael Faraday invented the first rubber balloons in 1824 for laboratory use?

Balloons are colorful, cheap, and festive. Kids love balloons and like to play with them. In fact, balloons are one of the essential things to have at a birthday celebration. They are also used to decorate weddings, baby showers, anniversaries, and corporate events.

Balloons are available online and at most party supply stores. Some stores even blow up balloons for you.

So, can you get balloons filled at Walgreens? Let’s find out.

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Does Walgreens blow up balloons?

No, Walgreens does not blow up balloons.

Where can you have balloons blown up?

You can get your balloons blown up at other party supply stores, such as Wally’s Party Factory, Party Depot, Party City, Zurchers, Smith’s, and Ralphs.

When you purchase latex balloons from Party City, they can inflate them in store for a nominal fee ($0.99 to $1.29). And when you purchase foil balloons from Party City, they inflate them at the store free of charge. What’s more, Party city also blows up balloons bought from another store.

The cost to inflate latex balloons bought elsewhere ranges from $0.99 to $1.29. And the cost to fill foil balloons bought elsewhere ranges from $1.99 to $15.99.

Zurchers also blow up balloons not bought at their store. It charges for helium, though. The Rose Gold Metallic Balloon is the most popular balloon the store sells. The cost of the balloon ranges from $0.85 to $12, depending on the size and type.

Are there alternatives to helium-filled balloons?

Banners: Banners are available in a host of themes and colors. They are a great way to add color and display a message.

Streamers and ribbons: Streamers and ribbons are another great alternatives to balloons. They can make your party look fascinating and bright. You can attach streamers or ribbons to wands or sticks or use them as decorations.

Paper flowers: You can hang paper flowers from the ceiling or use them as table decorations.

Can you inflate foil balloons at home?

Yes! Here is how you can inflate foil balloons at home.

Steps to blow up balloons with helium

  1. Push the nozzle of the helium tank into the filling tab of your balloon.
  2. Slight push the tank’s nozzle downward to inflate your balloon.
  3. Remove the nozzle from your balloon after it is full of air.

Steps to blow up balloons using an air pump

  1. Place the tip of the air pump into the filling tab.
  2. Hold the plastic seal tightly so that the air remains inside.
  3. Now, pump the air into your balloon.
  4. Remove the tip of the air pump out of your balloon and pinch it closed.

Steps to blow up balloons manually

  1. Find the filling tab on the outside of your foil balloon.
  2. Insert a straw into the filling tab to help you inflate your balloon.
  3. Blow slowly into the end of the drinking straw to inflate your balloon.
  4. Pull out the drinking straw lightly and pinch the filling tab to seal.
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