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The Home Depot skeleton is back in stock — and will arrive before Halloween if you hurry


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12-foot skeleton in front yard of home with other Halloween decorations

TL;DR: As of Oct. 18, the 12-foot skeleton is back in stock at Home Depot. Order one for $299.


In the last week, we've been blessed with the return of not one, but two Halloween icons: Michael Myers in his swan song... and the Home Depot skeleton.

Restocked with less than two weeks until the holiday, smashing that "add to cart" button ASAP can still get Skelly into your yard (or your living room) by the end of the month. Shipping to home over shipping to a store will cost an extra $55, because big.

Skelly certainly isn't the only 12-foot decoration the internet has ever seen. Dupes like the spicy Inferno Pumpkin twin and Lowe's 12-foot mummy — neither of which were lucky enough to get a Halloween restock — are just demonstrating fan behavior at this point. You can't argue with LifeEyes (LCD screens to make the eyes appear to move and pupils appear to dilate) or the weather-resistant quality of these bones.

Resale prices illustrate the demand for Skelly. Not scoring a Skelly at its retail price of $299 has you looking at at least double that on eBay, with several listings hitting $750.

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