NOW $1,244.99. A dupe of the coveted 12-foot skeleton from The Home Depot, this model is a terror to behold and needs no introduction—its extra-large size and lifelike eyes speak for themselves.
The Home Depot’s 12-Foot Skeleton Has Sold Out—But We Found Some Equally Large Options Still in Stock for Halloween 2021
Get one of these larger-than-life skeletons before they’re gone.
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The Home Depot’s massive 12-foot skeleton Halloween decoration made quite the sensation last year—so much so that the retailer brought it back for Halloween 2021. Unfortunately for those hoping to snag one this year, it just sold out. But not to worry; we found some pretty convincing alternatives that are still in stock and that you should buy right now. Between supply chain issues and shipping delays, there’s a big chance that these will sell out before you know it, too. That’s the cue to buy now!
Not spooky enough? This pumpkin-headed model is sure to do the trick. Buy the Home Accents Terrifying 12-Foot Giant Inferno Pumpkin Skeleton with LifeEyes on Amazon for $700.
Prices are current as of the last update at 11 am on 10/06/2021.
Very Large, Very Spooky
NOW $700 (was $940). If a plain old skeleton isn’t scary enough for you, opt for this pumpkin-headed model. Built with astonishing attention to detail and lifelike eyes, its 12-foot size isn’t the only feature that’ll haunt your dreams.
Other Skelton Decorations to Consider
A 12-foot-tall skeleton may be a little too “larger than life.” We found some smaller options, too, for those who are hoping to snag a skeleton that’s both less large and less pricey.
NOW $299.99 (was $349.99). For those who want a skeleton decoration that’s not quite as large—and a lot less expensive—there’s this 8-foot option. Though it’s shorter, this skeleton prop is no less scary.
NOW $29.98. An even smaller option, this 5-foot skeleton is a little more portable: It can be posed standing or sitting, or alternatively hung as part of a Halloween scene.
NOW $199. For when a simple skeleton isn’t scary enough, there’s this 7-foot reaper that’s ready to fill guests and passersby with fear. Motors allow it to move its head and tilt, making it surprisingly lifelike.
NOW $199. Complete your lawn’s Halloween scene with a skeleton horse—after all, your large skeleton prop needs an equally large companion for the journey into the underworld.