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Hi everyone,

I hope I am putting this in the correct section:/ If not, just beat on me for a little bit and I will know better next time:p

Being new to the haunt world I have really been impressed with everything that people have done with the blucky skeletons..but I have only been able to fine two mentioned sources for Bucky skeletons. One is http://www.rinovelty.com and the other is Big Lots. Unfortunately, out where I live there is not a Big Lots around so it is looking like an online order may be the only way I can go.

From what I am reading, it sounds like Bluckies can come in different packages-some with a full skelton (various sizes available?) and some with pieces and parts of the skeleton (all skulls for instance)..is this true?

I was wondering, where does everyone purchase their bluckies from? Where can the best deals be found?

Thanks in advance for any help:)
 

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If you have no Biglots, then you will probably pay around $20 in season if you can find them....not at all uncommon to see in the major stores like Walmart, meijer, etc. The price on these from the novelty place looks pretty good, as long as shipping doesn't blow it.
 

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Hi C. If you're talking about buying bluckies off season, then Rhode Island Novelty is the best. You need to buy them in case quantities to get the good prices. We occasionally run group buys for them in our group buy section here.
 

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Thanks for the help dave the dead and Vlad.:jol:

Vlad-I have read where you have organized group purchases..so perhaps I could go that route if and when it happens again..

It kind of strikes me as suprising that they can only be found at a few select locations, they seem to be very much in demand. I have found all kinds of skeletons for sale on the internet (most of which-I sure hope are fakes, lol) but most of them are pretty high priced hyper-accurate anatomical skeletons..something I definately don't need or want.

anyway, thanks alot for the help..I know it's only Feb. but hey-like many of you-I am already hard at work for next year:)

Celtic :jol:
 
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