Do you need Cornhole Bags?

Below you will find answers to our most frequently asked questions.  What if I have a question that isn't answered here?  If our online content hasn't served your needs we are glad to answer all your infrequently asked questions too!  Call 423-364-5672 or drop us an e-mail

Purchasing FAQ

Cornhole Bag FAQ

Infrequently Asked Questions

Questions about Purchasing Online 

Do you collect my personal information? 

No, we work hard to protect your privacy. Our online check out encrypts your personal information. Any information you submit to our site will be used in only the ways you have authorized.

Will I get e-mail spam bugging me to buy more bags?

No, We will never contact you unless it pertains to an order you have placed with us.  Your e-mail address is safe with us.

How secure is your site?  Some of the other cornhole sites look sketchy.

This Web site is secured with a Web Server Certificate. Transactions on the site are protected with up to 256-bit Secure Sockets Layer encryption.

When will my credit card be charged?

Once you submit your credit card information you will be charged immediately.  We will process orders as they are received and most cornhole bags ship next day.

When will I get my bags?

We work hard to ship each order out next day, but we ship in the order that we receive.  You will receive an e-mail once your order has been shipped.

If there is an issue do I get to speak with a real person?

YES! We believe we have some of the best customer service.  If you have a question about your order you will always be able to speak with an English speaking customer service rep.

Questions about Cornhole Bags 

What is the difference between Baggo bags & Corn hole bags?

The main difference between the types is their weight.  Baggo bags should weight 9.5 ounces while Cornhole bags should weight 16 oz.  Since baggo is played on plastic boards, the bags have to weight less and slide to the hole or they just bounce off. Cornhole is played on wood boards which "hold" the bags better.

My bags have a white discoloration what is up with that?

Over time the corn inside your bags will start to break down with the constant pounding thus emitting a white colored "dust".  This is perfectly normal and happens to every bag that is filled with real corn.

I heard you can put your cornhole bags in the dryer to help break them in is this true?

We have heard many people doing this, but wouldn't recommend it.  It helps the corn break down quicker to produce the "dust" everyone loves for the slide.

How long will my cornhole bags last?

That depends on a lot of factors, but a good set should last anywhere from 6 months to a year.  If you are a person who plays every day, your bags might only last a couple of months this is due to the corn breaking down inside.

One of my bags got ruined can I buy just 1 to replace it?

You sure can, we offer replacement bags in every single color we sell.  If a bag of yours is lost or damaged we can help. Visit our single cornhole bag page for more information.

Infrequently Asked Questions 

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