Lowe’s Previews New 2024 Halloween Animatronics, Including Wednesday Addams

The Hallo-war of 2024 has begun, as Lowe’s has released a video previewing many of their new animatronics releases coming this year, at the same time that The Home Depot launched limited online sales of three of their new releases and Spirit Halloween announced their flagship store opening date.

The Lowe’s teaser video, which you can watch below, was dropped online on Wednesday, the same day The Home Depot released an image of three new releases and the return of their 12ft skeleton and that Spirit Halloween kicked off their Halfway to Halloween celebration with the flagship opening announcement and a giveaway to win a stay at the haunted Lizzie Borden House. The fact that all of these events happened on the same day is no coincidence, and is certainly a sign that this year’s retail Hallo-war is already heating up.

Among the new 2024 products officially revealed for the first time in the Lowe’s Halfway to Halloween video is a life-size Wednesday Addams animatronic (pictured above), as well as Cousin Itt and Joseph Crackstone, plus tabletop animatronics of Wednesday and Enid, all licensed from the hit Netflix series Wednesday starring Jenna Ortega. We also spotted new additions to the Haunted Mansion line, various nautical themed animatronics, and a new 12-footer.

Lowe’s further revealed that it’s 2023-released 12-foot Scarecrow animatronic is back for 2024, priced at $399 and available to purchase online today.

You can watch the preview video teasing many of this year’s new 2024 animatronic releases coming from Lowe’s below.

[Related: Home Depot Releases First New 2024 Props and Animatronic]

[Related: Spirit Halloween Reveals 2024 Opening Date and Lizzie Borden House Stay Giveaway]

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.