Advanced Order Deposit Scheme

To help customers placing event hire orders with hire charges of more than £500 we offer a 25% deposit scheme to help spread the cost.

At Expo Hire, we understand that organizing a large event can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to managing the budget and cash flow. That's why we've introduced our Advanced Order Deposit Scheme, designed to ease the financial burden for our customers.

If you're planning a significant event, you're likely to be juggling a multitude of tasks, with budgeting and cash flow management at the top of your list. Early booking is often essential to secure the necessary event hire items, but tight cash flow can make this a challenging task, leading to tough decisions.

We've worked with numerous large-scale events across the country, from exhibitions to festival and international sporting events, and we're well-versed in the complexities of large orders. To assist our customers, we've established our Advanced Order Deposit Scheme.

How it works

The scheme is straightforward: if you place an order in advance and the hire charges exceed £500, you only need to pay a non-refundable 25% deposit upfront to secure your order. The remaining balance is due no later than 28 days before the delivery date.

One of the key benefits of our scheme is its simplicity, our updated checkout system automatically checks your order and will offer you the deposit scheme if the conditions are met, allowing you to place your order without any hassle.

Reserve your items with only a 25% payment

When you use this scheme, as soon as your 25% deposit is received, your stock availability is confirmed and items reserved for you. This allows you to secure the items you need for your event well in advance, providing peace of mind and allowing you to focus on other aspects of your event planning.

As the event date approaches and the remainder of the payment is due, we'll send you emails to confirm the amount due. If, unfortunately, your event is cancelled before the final payment is made, only the deposit is forfeited. For more information, please refer to our terms and conditions.

Please note, we do not charge a security deposit by default - for more information, please see our minor damage waiver scheme.