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Home Depot Cornhole $80, Towering timbers $75 free shipping

Jeepers7 82 78 April 20, 2016 at 11:04 AM in Sporting Goods (2) More Home Depot Deals
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Last Edited by wuzzy April 20, 2016 at 12:24 PM
Today Home depot has 41% off Belknap Hill Trading Post backyard games, Special deal of the day.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Belkna...634058-_-N

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Belkna.../204606817

Free ship to home or store, tax varies by state.
Good deal as regulation size and real wood cornhole sets get really expensive.
They have giant dice dominoes and tic tac toe also on sale.
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Available piece by piece in the lumber isle if you own a saw and a drill.
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that corn hole game seems terribly overpriced. could make it with 1 sheet of 3/8-1/2" ply some 2x2's and one 4x4 and personalize it with some stain or paint. $30 for materials and 2 hours. and $10 for materials for materials for rock bags with cloth mesh. great for tailgating though
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The birch plywood would cost me $40 alone around here,not to mention all the other parts. I figured for 80 I would be close to that amount just buying all the components not including my time and labor to build it.
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I don't know why they didn't even cut the angle in the legs. When the legs are extended they don't stand vertically and you want them to be flush on the ground so it doesn't rock when your bag lands on them. I just finished building a set for ~35-40 bucks plus a few hours of work, and I think it was well worth it. I'm not a master craftsman of any sort, but mine is nice and solid on the ground and I can say I built it. I haven't seen a pre-made set worth the absurd amounts they charge for them, yet, though this is cheaper than many I've seen.
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Quote from juniordiaz22 View Post :
that corn hole game seems terribly overpriced. could make it with 1 sheet of 3/8-1/2" ply some 2x2's and one 4x4 and personalize it with some stain or paint. $30 for materials and 2 hours. and $10 for materials for materials for rock bags with cloth mesh. great for tailgating though
People always assume that it's that simple and cheap. It's not. I was barely able to squeeze a set from $60 and quite a bit of time. (and that's not painted).
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Quote from juniordiaz22 View Post :
that corn hole game seems terribly overpriced. could make it with 1 sheet of 3/8-1/2" ply some 2x2's and one 4x4 and personalize it with some stain or paint. $30 for materials and 2 hours. and $10 for materials for materials for rock bags with cloth mesh. great for tailgating though
Stain and Paint the cornhole!!?!?!?!?! Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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People always assume that it's that simple and cheap. It's not. I was barely able to squeeze a set from $60 and quite a bit of time. (and that's not painted).
I'm not sure where you got your supplies, but I made mine for less than $40. What made it cost so much for you?
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Uh, yeah. This would take next to no time nor money to make. I guess its a good deal if you're the lazy type.
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Uh, yeah. This would take next to no time nor money to make. I guess its a good deal if you're the lazy type.
Well, I'm not going to say it was no time or money. It probably took me about 5 or 6 hours, plus some drying time for the finish. But, it was certainly much less than $80. Though mine doesn't use birch plywood, which would be a nice upgrade.

edit: If you're talking about the towering timbers set, that would likely take no time or money
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If I were going to do it as cheaply and easily as possible, I would repurpose a table from a tag sale.
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Quote from juniordiaz22 View Post :
that corn hole game seems terribly overpriced. could make it with 1 sheet of 3/8-1/2" ply some 2x2's and one 4x4 and personalize it with some stain or paint. $30 for materials and 2 hours. and $10 for materials for materials for rock bags with cloth mesh. great for tailgating though
negative, we made one just like that and it cost us $55 just in material and that doesn't include cost of bags which could be another $10-20. Granted we used quality material (compared to this) and it's rock solid but looking back it was an overkill vomit
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Stain and Paint the cornhole!!?!?!?!?! http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smili...t-rolleyes.gif
I heard of bleaching, but never staining and painting.
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Made these last year. Roughly over $100 once you buy 2x4's, plywood, screws, paint and bags.

PS- don't buy cheap bags you'll get only a few days of hard use out of them ...
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Stain and Paint the cornhole!!?!?!?!?! Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
reread young padawan and you will see or.
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