We don't ever have sales or discounts. You can order your table whenever YOU are ready. No need to to wait to get the best deal.
There is ONE exception.
Once every year or so we sell some tables that:
THIS is that sale.
All tables below are in good, but used, condition. Most have been taken to a few conventions where people have played games on them. You will find some scratches and dings. Of course, they are still 100% structurally sound and functional.
We only have one of each table. Once someone buys it, it will disappear from this list.
You must order by December 10 to get your table before Christmas.
Just use the buy button below if you want to purchase one of these tables. We will follow up with you via email to find out if you want to add any of the optional items and charge you for those separately.
These tables can only be shipped to the contiguous United States.
If you have any questions at all, please email email@example.com
Want a rustic look? A barn board look is created by using wood that isn't planed during this milling process. It is rough cut down to size and then left with big saw blade marks.
Black "special" stain has been the most popular stain option to date. But some of you want a real black. This is your table for a modern look. True black. No wood grain visible.
This demo table was built to show off our newest wood species option: African Mahogany. This golden stain makes it glow.
Knotty Alder with Special Stain and Blue Fabric. This is the most popular wood and color choice. The wood is rustic looking, but the very dark stain makes it look modern. The blue fabric is a bright contrast to the dark wood.
Perfect for tight spaces. Super comfortable for four, but it can seat six. It features our new repositionable cup holders that can slide to any spot on the table instead of pulling in and out.
The first prototype of our new farm house style. Comes with a two tone topper with plank effect lines.
This is a table that a customer ordered and we had to replace because it was damaged during shipment. The damage was to a small piece of the arm rest, we have patched it and you can only tell where it is if we point it out to you. It also has a 3" long scratch on the top of the opposite arm rest while packing it up from a convention. The scratch has been refinished. It blends in very well, but you can easily tell where it was. We can send you close up pictures of these areas if you are interested.