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AIRHEAD Pongo Bongo

AIRHEAD Pongo Bongo

Description

The AIRHEAD Pongo Bongo is a floating inflatable game table equipped with 12 cup holders on each side.

Features

  • Inflatable beverage pong game table
  • 2 ping pong balls included
  • Turn it over and use it as a pool float or air mattress
List Price
$59.99
Your Price
$42.94
In Stock

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Details

Beverage pong is a very popular game these days. There's no better place to play on a hot day than in the water! Kids love carnival games and will play PONGO BONGO for hours. Durable thick gauge vinyl construction. Hang it from a ceiling in your game room or tether it to a moored boat or dock with the 4 molded rope holders welded to the sides. When you're done playing, turn it over and use it as a pool float or air mattress. Ping pong balls included!

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
AIRHEAD Pongo Bongo AHPB-1 Pongo bongo beverage pong table
$42.94
In Stock

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