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Fall is many people's favorite time of year, especially loved for its abundance of fun events, sports, and holidays. Keep the party going all season long with the Halftime Chiller Classic Rolling Cooler.
'Tis the season for football, backyard gatherings, and tailgating—so keep the drinks cold and the food hot! The Halftime Chiller Classic Rolling Cooler has a 4-in-1 design with a pressure lock system, a mesh back pocket for storage, a hidden compartment under the lid, and a seat with a cushion. Pack games, towels, picnic gear, tennis rackets, and more in the mesh pocket. Keep your phone, keys, and wallet secure under the lid compartment so you can keep your hands free for the cornhole competition.
Weighing only 13lbs, you can easily take it with you to any celebration by using the telescoping handle. This innovative cooler holds up to 24 cans or bottles, and will keep everything ice-cold for hours. Rest assured, you'll never pull out a warm water bottle on game day.
The beautiful imprinted wood grain design will complement any space both indoors or outdoors. Fill the bottom half with ice, beverages, and snacks, and enjoy refreshments all day long. The two halves of the cooler stack on top of one another to save space, and give the appearance of a vintage whiskey barrel. When you get tired of standing, simply take a seat on the padded cushion, sit back and enjoy your extra cold soda.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon, this multifunctional cooler makes hosting get-togethers easy. One reviewer said, "Absolutely love my cooler! I've had a couple of friends who have one, and finally got it! Our drinks stay cold all day, and it's super nice to have something to sit on. It's great for anyone!"
Get the Halftime Chiller Classic Rolling Cooler for only $99.99 (originally $199), a savings of 49%!
Prices subject to change.
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