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Q. Do you offer a guarantee on your game?
A. Yes, we offer a lifetime guarantee on our Baggo boards against any manufacturer defects.
Q. What is the difference in a wooden vs. plastic Baggo game?
A. When we made Baggo, we wanted a game that would be the same everytime, regardless of where you played it at. Wooden boards are made of different wood, sizes, some are finished, unfinished...the list goes on & on. Baggo does not vary. Baggo is by far the most portable bean bag game on the market & the only one that comes with a lifetime warranty. Baggo will fit in the trunk of any car & can go anywhere with you. Unlike a wooden board, you don't need "two men & a truck" to move it!
Q. How much does the Baggo game weigh?
A. The Baggo weighs approx. 22 lbs. This weight includes the bean bags that are stored on the backside of each Baggo board. Once you latch the two boards together you can carry the Baggo by the handle, similar to a suitcase handle.
Q. What is the difference between Baggo and Cornhole??
A. The rules are the same, the boards are the main difference. Baggo does not require "2 men & a truck" to move. Baggo will fit in the trunk of any car & can go anywhere with you. Baggo packs like a suitcase & is self contained. Baggo boards were designed to play the same way everytime. Many wooden boards are made of different wooden, some are finished & some aren't, some are 2x3 & some are 2x4, some have 6 inch holes & some have 7 inch holes. As you can see, wooden Cornhole boards have a big variable in them.
Q. How much is shipping?
A. To find out your cost for shipping you can go to www.baggo.com and click on the product you are interested in. After you have selected the item you can go to "shipping estimate" to find out how much your shipping will be for your zip code.
Q. Where are you located & where does the product ship from?
A. 600 Mid America Blvd. Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913
Q. What is the difference between the two types of bags 9.5oz & 3/4 LB?
A. The 9.5oz bags are for the Official Bagg game. The 3/4 LB bean bags are made for wooden / homemade bag toss games.
Q. What is the official tournament distance?
A. Official tournament distance is 20 feet (measured between Foot Foul Edges).
Q. Can a plain board be purchased without any picture/logo? If so, can you tell me where I would find it on the web site?
A. Yes, the plain Baggo is called the "BYOB". You can find this Baggo in the Classic section.
Q. Can you tell me what type of material the bean bags are made of?
A. The official bean bags are constructed of a heavy duty Poplin blend of 65% polyester and 35% cotton with an all-purpose, dual duty extra-strength thread. The bags are surged on three sides and then reversed out. The bags are filled with a treated unpopped corn.
Q. What is your phone number?
A. Please call us toll free @ 888.323.1813. Our office hours are M-F, 8am-5pm CT. You can also email us @ customerservice@baggo.com
Q. Do you have NFL, NBA or MLB Baggo games?
A. We currently do not have the NFL licensing. However, you can purchase a Build Your Own Baggo, which has a clear screens and the option to pick your own bag colors. With the BYOB you can place decal stickers or a poster underneath the screens. The BYOB & decal sticker route is often used by fans of sports teams that we currently don't offer. Turn your BYOB Baggo into an NFL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, NHL or NASCAR Baggo.The BYOB can be found in our Classic section. We also resell the decals that fit to the BYOB boards for your favorite team in our Decal section.
Q. Do you have other collegiate Baggo games besides the ones you have on your website???
A. If you don't see it on our website we may not have it. However, you can purchase a Build Your Own Baggo, which has a clear screens and the option to pick your own bag colors. With the BYOB you can place decal stickers underneath the screens. The BYOB & decal sticker route is often used by fans of sports teams that we currently don't offer. Turn your BYOB Baggo into an NFL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, NHL or NASCAR Baggo. The BYOB can be found in our Classic section. We also resell the decals that fit to the BYOB boards for your favorite team in our Decal section.
Q. Can you tell me the size (dimensions) of the bean bags and what they are filled with?
A. The bags are 6" x 6" and are filled with a treated unpopped corn.
Q. If I order today what would be the expected UPS delivery date of the build your own Baggo game?
A. Typically, if you order Monday thru Friday before 10:00am, your order will ship the same day. We ship UPS Ground which takes approx. 3-5 days depending on your location. Remember that UPS ships business days only & do NOT count the day of purchase as a ship day. If you would like to be certain that your package will arrive on time, you can always call so we can advise you on transit time 888.323.1813
Q. Are the bean bags washable?
A. We do not recommend that you submerge the bean bags unless you are able to air dry the bags quickly. The bags are filled with unpopped popcorn and unless the bags are dried completely the kernels may swell and mold could start to grow on and inside the bag. We suggest that you try to spot clean the bags with a clean cloth and a mild detergent.
Q. What's the difference between the Personalized Baggo and the Create Your Own Baggo?
A. The Personalized Baggo are designs that we have in stock that you can add your own text. The Create Your Own allows you to send in your very own art image or photo. You can send your art or photos to us at artwork@baggo.com
Q. I am making my own bags game, and was wondering which size bean bags I should order?
A. Most wooden players prefer the heavier bean bag, our 3/4 LB Cornhole bag.
Q. We have tried several times to order online with no luck. Asking about session cookies. How can I complete my order?
A. If you are having probems with your order please contact our office at 888-323-1813 and we will be happy to complete your order.
Q. A bag lands on foot of board but half is hanging off and touching other bags that fell short on ground does this one count as a point?
A. Yes
Q. I just bought the Baggo set today from a retailer. Inside it mentions that other screens/inserts are available on the website. However I cannot find them - only the personalized game sets. Since I have the set wondered if we can purchase different stickers from you? Thank you.
A. Yes. All of the designs that you see on the website www.baggo.com can be purchased as a set (2) of screens/inserts. You will need to click on the Baggo with the design you are interested in which will take you to another page where you can purchase just the screens/inserts. Please let me know if you need help placing your order. Thanks!
Q. A player tosses a bag and it hits the ground and bounces onto the board scoring an ace. Does that count? And if not, but subsequently pushes another bag into the hole, how is that scored?
A. If the bag hits the ground and bounces onto the board it does NOT count. When a bag hits the ground it is no longer in play. Any bags that were moved by the bag that hit the ground and bounced back on to the board should be placed back to its original position.
Q. I am having trouble keeping the bag on the board. What do I need to do to keep the bag from flying off the board?
A. When you are throwing your bags make sure you have a good arch on the pitch. Lower trajectory shots will slide faster & may slide right off the board. A good shot is at a 45 degree angle with about 8 feet of arch on it. Aim for the middle of the board, play the slide & the bag will go right in!
Q. Is legal to throw over handed in an offical game?
A. Yes, you can throw over handed, though it is not recommended. A player will have less control of their shot with an over handed shot.
Q. When playing doubles, one team gets to 11+, do they give there remaining bags to the other team to try and prevent the skunk, or do both players keep playing the turn out and if at the end of that turn it is still skunk the game is over??
A. If the score is 11-0 the team with 11 must wait until all bags are thrown ...If the score is still 11-0 the game ends in a "SKUNK" **bags are never given to the other team
Q. I’m Hosting a 32 team tournament. How many boards do you think I need and how much time will this take?
A. The key is to get to an even amount of teams. A typical Baggo game will last 10 - 15 mins. If you have a time limit, then bring a couple extra boards to put out if needed. If you could use about 6 boards, it would help you a lot. A 32 team single elimination tournament will take approx 2 hours.
Q. If foot foul is called, is the toss invalid? Does the person get to try again? What if the toss knocks other bags either in the hole or off the board - are they replaced in their starting spot, or just left as is.
A. If a foot foul is called then the bag that was thrown is invalid and should be removed. All bags that were effected by the toss should be put back to there original positions. The person that foot fouls does not get their toss back.
Q. We are holding a doubles tournament for 32 experienced players using an 11 point game (double elimination). How many BAGGO games do we need to determine a winner in approximately 2 hours?
A. You will need 4 BAGGO games. A good rule of thumb is 60 minutes for 8 people and 11 point games.
Q. I have one BAGGO game, 30 people, and a 30-45 minute timeframe. What method would you suggest to give everyone a chance to play?
A. Set-up boards at 16 feet. Each player throws 4 bags. Record each cumulative score. Increase the distance to 18 feet and repeat tosses. Highest total score wins.
Q. I just purchased a Baggo Game and I am not sure I set the boards up right. Are the boards suspose to be placed directly in front of each other 20 ' apart or offset 20' feet apart. When tossing the bag you are either going to be tossing directly in front of the board or at an angle if the boards are directly in fron of you. Thanks..
A. The boards are supposed to be place directly in front of each other. When throwing your bag you should be on the side of the Baggo making sure not to cross the foot foul line. If you are right handed you may want to stand on left side of the board when you are throwing.