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The Viral 12-Foot Skeleton Is Back At Home Depot & You Can Buy It Now

For those who can't wait for spooky season.

The Viral 12-Foot Skeleton Is Back At Home Depot & You Can Buy It Now

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After going viral and selling out last year, the giant 12-foot skeleton is back in stock and you can pre-order it now so you can have the most impressive centrepiece for Halloween.

The 12-ft. Giant-Sized Skeleton Halloween Decoration is available exclusively at Home Depot for $398, so get it before it sells out again!

This year, the skeleton — known as "Skelly" — has a spooktacular new friend. You can also pre-order the Giant-Sized 12-ft. Inferno Pumpkin Skeleton for $349, but unfortunately it's not available in Canada just yet.

According to Home Depot's website, orders will ship starting August 31 so you can get your decorations sometime in September, giving you plenty of time to party plan.

12-Foot Giant-Sized Skeleton Halloween Decoration

Home Depot

Price: $398

Details: The giant skeleton that went viral on Instagram last year is back in stock! You can pre-order yours now at Home Depot and it'll ship starting August 31. It's full of tricks AND treats. "Skelly," as everyone on the internet calls it, comes with super realistic LCD eyes that will surely spook all your neighbours at night.

$398 On HOME DEPOT

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