CHICAGO — Home Depot has unveiled its spine-chilling 2023 line of Halloween items and Jack Skellington as well as Master Yoda are both in this year’s lineup.
The home improvement store released a preview of their items two days ahead of the official Halloween launch date.
Among the pieces set to hit stores and online are the highly anticipated 13-foot Jack Skellington animatronic, a holiday Yoda complete with his iconic green lightsaber and the new Dead Water collection.
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Home Depot will be releasing their Halloween collection in-stores and online on July 13 — one day before Bath & Body Works will be doing a Halloween preview for their rewards members. Get those wallets ready!
NOTE: Many items sell out fast. Be sure to constantly check the Halloween Decorations section of the Home Depot’s website to check what’s available.
New Items Coming This Year
Jack Skellington is being released in honor of the 30th anniversary of the beloved movie “Nightmare Before Christmas.” The piece stands at 13 feet tall, has Servo motors in his head and lights behind his signature bowtie. His face is also changeable, meaning you can turn his expression from cheerful to sinister. He retails at $399 — $100 more than the classic Skelly.
There is also a smaller 6.5-foot tall Jack available for $199.
Jack will be accompanied by an Oogie Boogie Archway ($179) and a Zero ($34.98) inflatable.
Another Disney villain coming to stores this year is a 5-ft LED inflatable Ursula. She retails at $149.
The Sanderson Sisters ($149) are also making an appearance as an inflatable along with Winnie’s infamous Spellbook.
And last but not least, the final cute character joining Home Depot’s collection this year is Master Yoda ($199) himself. He’s perfect not just for Halloween but also Christmas because he comes with a witch hat and a Santa hat so he can stay up for multiple months. He will be available in August along with the rest of Home Depot’s Holiday Collection.
Dead Water Collection
The Dead Water Collection is new to the store’s collection of decor featuring animatronics that makes a visitor feel like they’re walking through a haunted Louisiana bayou or a deep wood swamp. The icon of the series is Lethal Lily Witch ($249) who comes complete with a little toad inside her basket.
Other creepy figures include the Sitter of Souls ($99), Marsh Monster and the Predator of the Night ($349) — complete with a 12.5-foot wide wing span. My personal favorite is the Bubbling Cauldron that retails for only $99.
Classic Halloween Characters
Grave & Bones Collection
One of the pieces the Home Depot team was most excited to show off was a new 7.5-foot Skull and Bones Archway ($199) which was inspired by the Catacombs of Paris.
For those who loved the store’s pumpkin stack, this year will also feature a 8-foot LED Skull Stack ($199). The skulls can be stacked together or set up separately.
Favorites Returning This Year
There are a handful of favorites coming back to haunt your backyard this year. The Inferno Skelly and original Skelly are both back for another year. The price tag on Skelly hasn’t changed at $299.
The 8-foot tall Jack-o-Lantern Stack is also back. The pumpkins can be stacked together or set up separately.
The Pumpkin Twins ($89.98) are back with their creepy smiles and new costumes as well.
Traditional skeletons, spooky Jack-o-Lanterns and a classic Spellcasting Witch are also back. Home Depot also has a collection of Eerie Inflatables — many of which are family-friendly if you’re trying to avoid totally creeping out your neighbors.
What do we think, spooky pals? Home Depot has A LOT for us to indulge in this year. My personal favorite is the creepy cute pumpkins, but you probably already guessed that. I also really like how much thought and effort went into designing the Skull Archway.