Frequently Asked Questions
Do you require a deposit?
Yes. A $100 deposit is required to hold the date and time.
Is the deposit refundable?
The deposit is refundable up to 72 hours after the initial payment. If you cancel after the 72 hours, the deposit will be forfeited.
Is the deposit included in the price?
Yes. Upon arrival at the event, you will need to pay the remaining balance. It will be the total cost minus the deposit.
If we reschedule do I have to pay another deposit?
You can reschedule up to 3 times before you are required to pay another deposit. After the third rescheduling, the original event will be considered canceled and a new invoice will be issued to mark a new event.
Do you take credit cards?
Yes. I use PayPal for credit card transactions. You can also pay with a check or cash.
Who do we make checks out to?
Please make checks payable to Magic Makers Entertainment, Inc. This is my parent company under which I conduct all other business.
Are TIPS customary for magic shows?
Though TIPS are not required, they are greatly appreciated. When in doubt, ask yourself if you would TIP the caterer, photographer or dj. We all provide a similar service.
What age range is appropriate for your show?
The show is fun for the whole family, but the age demographic is early kindergarten through elementary 5th. The performer will simply adjust the presentation depending on the age group and we always carry more magic than we need. So if your party has more tweens than toddlers, we can adjust. But, it is important to be aware of the age range ahead of time.
Can you custom write a show?
Yes I can. I do it all the time. Because custom shows are unique to the client’s needs, my regular pricing scale will not apply. We will have to have a consultation where I can provide you with a quote.
Do you do shows for adults?
Yes. Please visit www.RichardTheMagician.com.
Are the prices flexible?
No. I offer a wide range of packages to accommodate varying budgets. Beyond that, the prices are final unless you agree to a “right of referral” contract.