Home Depot brings the giant skeleton back!
Halloween is still quite some time away, but Home Depot already has the most popular spooky outdoor décor back in store. Now that the iconic 12-foot Home Depot skeleton and his eerie LCD LifeEyesTM have become official Mashable mascots, we might even go out and buy Halloween decorations in the middle of June.
Even though it’s not directly related to Disney since this site is about Disney, I know that many people really desire the enormous 12-foot Home Depot Skeleton. It sells out very quickly, just like the Sanderson sisters and the Hitchhiking Ghost inflatables. The skeleton will be returning to the Home Depot location tomorrow, July 15, the company has now stated.
And summer may still be in full swing, fall is just around the corner. You may have even even been informed by a handy store display that Halloween, the following significant holiday, is coming up in just three months.
The Home Depot is prepared to assist you in getting ready for Halloween this month by putting one of its fan-favorite goods back in stock early for a very short period, defying the custom of “Christmas in July.” On July 15, the recognizable 12-foot Skeleton will be back in stock, if only briefly. Here’s why “Skelly” is such an important movie.
Home Depot hinted to a significant decline in stock in a suspenseful tweet on June 15 before confirming on June 16 that the original skeleton and his “spicy” pumpkin brother, the Inferno Pumpkin skeleton, are both back in stock.
And even if Halloween is still a few months away, you should start planning now because Home Depot’s enormous decorations have a reputation for selling out quickly. Is a 12-foot skeleton necessary? Most likely not. Do you know where you would store it, please? In addition, we advise against keeping your skeletons in your closet.
If things become really bad, you could always carry Skelly or his Inferno Pumpkin sibling home and decorate them for each seasonal occasion. These two enormous brothers and their LifeEyesTM would undoubtedly enjoy watching over your front yard for all of eternity.
At Home Depot, you can pick up the 12-foot original skeleton for $299 or upgrade your holiday décor with the blazing Inferno Pumpkin skeleton for $349. At the time of writing, both Skeleton pals were still available, so take home your new tall king while supplies last.
Skelly: Who Is He?
Skelly is a Halloween decoration that is larger than life and is constantly selling out. Thanks to Halloween enthusiasts who are ready to cover their houses and other places with epic décor for the spooky holiday, the moulded plastic and steel skeleton sells out every year.
Skelly makes use of LifeEyes technology, a proprietary idea that uses LCD panels to give the decoration lifelike blue eyes.
Skelly will be available when?
The Home Depot made the joyful announcement that Skelly will be available this Friday. Mark your calendars because Skelly will return on July 15 with some new and familiar gigantic buddies!
How much time will Skelly be available?
Our suspicion is that Skelly will probably only be available for the day, if not for a few minutes, given his popularity. You’ll need to move quickly if you want to bring Skelly and the entire gang home to set up a large display for Halloween 2022. So set your alarms to check early and don’t simply mark your calendars. As soon as we obtain the link, we’ll post it here and update it when it sells out.
New Halloween decorations will be released.
While supplies last, several of Skelly’s well-liked sidekicks will also be back in stock, The Home Depot hinted in its release. Tomorrow will also see the introduction of these new gigantic buddies, giving customers the chance to purchase distinctive items to enhance this year’s eerie show.
The 12-Foot Skelton has gained widespread notoriety. When it was first introduced, people immediately devised means of keeping it up all year long and created their own costumes to outfit it in.
Last year, Home Depot even provided official outfits, including a Santa suit, for the enormous displays. On Etsy, you can buy jerseys proclaiming your ownership of a skeleton as well as costumes for them.
Heck, even costumes are available at Walmart!
One YouTube user shared a clip of a nearby haunted home where two of these enormous skeletons done up in Day of the Dead garb were used to decorate a portion of the show. There will undoubtedly be some novel costumes this year.