Franchise Fee

How Much is the Franchise Fee?

We are able to keep the investment low because Fun 4 US Kids franchise is a home-based business. You don't have to rent work space, you don't have to purchase expensive equipment, you don't have to purchase inventory and because all of the training is online, you don't have to travel. The franchise fee for an undeveloped site starts at $3,000 for a market serving a population of 200,000 - 300,000 people. Franchise fees increase with the size of the market. We will work with you to determine the best size market for your geographic area and budget. Qualified candidates may be eligible for a small business loan from the SBA. Fun 4 US Kids is eligible for SBA financial assistance. Click HERE to learn more.

The purchase price for a site that is already operational may be more, because content, site traffic, social media followers, and ad sales have already been developed on the site. These corporate sites are for sale:

If you are purchasing the business from a site owner, you will need to negotiate the purchase price with the site owner, and pay a $5,000 transfer fee to Fun4USKids. The following franchisee sites are for sale by owner. Contact owner for details.

  • There are no franchisees currently selling their businesses.

The Fun 4 US Kids franchise fee or transfer fee covers the following to help get your website business up and running:

  • Set-up of your mobile friendly website
  • Custom design elements (site colors, graphics, etc.)
  • Website/Business branding as part of the Fun 4 US Kids network
  • Email accounts and spam service
  • Website hosting and domain name registration
  • Online Training
  • Assistance from support staff
  • Access to our members only website

We do not collect any royalty fees. Newly launched sites pay a flat monthly maintenance fee that starts at $350. The maintenance fee covers all the expenses of running and maintaining the website. Here is an overview of the services covered by the Fun 4 US Kids maintenance fee:

  • Ongoing technical support
  • Ongoing business support
  • Software updates (security patches, bug fixes, new releases)
  • Email marketing service
  • Access to our members only community
  • Potential to share in regional and national advertising
  • Monthly newsletters
  • Business advice
  • Access to new training documents as they are developed
  • Access to new business development tips, tricks and tactics
  • Daily backups
  • Email accounts and spam service
  • Website hosting and domain name registration
  • Firewall protection

Other expenses include start-up costs, hiring contract workers, bookkeeping software subscription, and discretionary marketing and office expenses. As your business grows, expenses will increase. All the fees associated in starting and running the franchise business are outlined in Item 7 of our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD)..

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