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Beer Pong Ice Racks
Beer Pong Cup Rack

Beer Pong Ice Racks

Your Price:$24.09
Retail Price:$29.95
Your Savings:$5.86(20%)
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Part Number:1003-88

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Arts & Entertainment > Party & Celebration > Party Supplies > Drinking Games > Beer Pong

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Beer Pong Ice Rack

When you have your buddies over to watch a game, you like to keep their drinks super cold. You like to impress your buddies with the way that you can keep their drinks super cold throughout the whole game. This Beer Pong Ice Rack helps you with your goal of keeping your drinks cold, it helps you with your goal of being the coolest guy in your group of friends.

This ice rack goes into the freezer long before your buddies come over and the game starts, so that it can get super cold. Then, when the time comes for the ice rack to be put to use, you stick your drinks into the cup holders and you are good to go. The ice rack will keep those drinks chilly and delicious as the game goes on.

This ice rack doesn't just keep your drinks cold, it is also the perfect piece for a game of beer pong. When there's an ad break and you and your buddies need something fun to do, this ice rack keeps you entertained.

This ice rack is great for your own use when you want to impress your buddies and it also makes for a good gift choice for all your friends.

Features:

  • Two Freezable Beer Pong Racks and Cup Holders
  • Dimensions: 17” Wide x 1 1/4” High x 15” Deep
  • Package includes (2) N-ice Racks, (3) balls, and official rules.
  • You can use most 16 oz party cups with this system (cups not included).
  • Really easy to fill, freeze and drain when the party is over.
3 Stars
Distort when frozen
They might keep the cups chilled a bit longer than otherwise and they certainly keep the proper cup alignment but they also are a bit wobbly because the bottom tends to round a bit when the water freezes.
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Reviewed by:  from Fairfax Station, VA. on 11/8/2011
3/5

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