Frequently Asked Questions

What deals do you have?

You can receive $10 off your purchase when you sign up to receive Pyro City emails. We promise, we won’t blow up your inbox. All other promotions vary by store. Find a store near you with our store locator.

Do you honor competitor coupons?

We work hard to offer the lowest price on all our products. Proof of current competitor pricing must be present and approved by a store manager for price matching opportunities.

What are your hours?

Store hours vary by location and comply with state and city regulations. Find a store near you with our store locator.

Are you open July 4?

YES! We are open all day on July 4th.

What does “safe and sane fireworks” mean?

The definition of “Safe and Sane” can vary by state. Typically, this term refers to fireworks which do not leave the ground, such as fountains, sparklers, smoke balls, snake-type fireworks, and most novelty items.

What fireworks are safe for kids?

Kids should never play with fireworks. All fireworks, including novelty, parachutes, and sparklers should be used while under adult supervision. Click here to learn more about firework safety.

Where can you shoot off fireworks?

Laws regarding consumer fireworks vary widely from state to state. Click here to find more information on state laws.

How hot do sparklers get?

Sparklers burn hot and can burn at a temperature of approximately 1,800 degree Fahrenheit. Click here for more safety information on sparklers.

Where can I store my fireworks?

Fireworks should be stored in a cool, dry area.

What is the safest way to shoot off fireworks?

Planning ahead and reviewing firework safety information will help you celebrate safety. Plan ahead to make sure have all the necessary safety equipment – eye protection, a bucket of water, and cinder blocks will all be useful in securing your fireworks. Review state and city laws and read through our safety tips.

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