inflatable 10 foot turkey

Forget Pumpkin Pie, Tell Mom You’re Bringing This 10-Foot Inflatable Turkey to Thanksgiving

Watch out 12-foot skeleton, the 10-foot turkey is here to steal your shine. Also, I'm sure a 12-foot Santa is out there defrosting for Christmas, but let's focus on this 10-foot inflatable turkey. This thing is huge!

I think when my mom asks what I'm going to bring to Thanksgiving dinner, I'm going to say this 10-foot turkey. I might not be the best cook, but I sure do know how to decorate for the holidays. Head over to Amazon to grab your gigantic outdoor decoration.

TURNMEON 10Ft High Thanksgiving Inflatable Blow Up Turkey Holding Thanks Give Flag LED Lights with Tethers Stakes Autumn Harvest Fall Thanksgiving Decorations

  • Indoor and outdoor use
  • Heavy-duty airblown inflatable
  • Lawn decoration has built-in blower
  • Glowing nighttime display

For those who love secretly competing with their neighbors, you need this turkey. I mean, it's quite possible your neighbor showed you up last year with a gorgeous nativity scene, snowman, or Christmas inflatable. Heck, maybe you missed out on the 12-foot Halloween skeleton. This is your chance to go big or go home.

It has an easy setup! This airblown inflatable turkey self-inflates in seconds and quickly deflates for easy storage. It's a fantastic outdoor decor piece, but it would look excellent inside if you have enough space for it. (I don't recommend putting this in your office for the company potluck, but if it fits, it might be worth a shot.)

The airblown inflatable turkey is even wearing a pilgrim hat! This is amazing.

Amazon's customer reviews are great. A customer gave the airblown inflatable turkey a five-star review and said she hosted a Thanksgiving party with this and placed it in the front yard to welcome guests. She also said it looks wonderful both day and night. (Thanks to the light-up feature.)

Your guests are going to love it. Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!

Want to stock up on inflatables? Visit Home Depot for Halloween inflatables, Christmas inflatables, and more.

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