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- I wanted to surprise my husband with a billiard table for his birthday. I realized there are a lot of things to consider when getting a billiard table. Price, of course, is key. Billiard tables can range from a thousand dollars to over $15,000. And, then there are the kids. I don't want to spend a ton of money, just to freak out every time they get near the new table. So, I decided on the non-slate boxed pool table. I figured it would be easier to fit into my house, and then I could have it assembled there. It isn't a state of the art billiards table, but maybe we can get one of those once the kids are grown.
- My husband and I just remodeled our basement and made a game room for our three teenage boys. We wanted to purchase a pool table for the whole family to enjoy. We found a local shop that specializes in pool table sales. Pool tables come in so many designs. There are more traditional looking billiard tables as well as sleek modern looking ones. Before leaving the store, we made sure to get all the equipment we needed to play our first game when we got home. We needed pool cue sticks, pool balls, chalk, and a cover. We ended up purchasing all of these items in a kit. Doing it this way saved us a few dollars as opposed to purchasing each accessory separate.
- I bought my husband a billiard table for Christmas last year. It reminded me of when we were dating and would play for hours straight. I went to one of those specialty shops, because I wanted to make sure what I got him was just right, that way he'd have no excuse when I won. After deciding on a table, I picked out 2 pool cues and a couple different set of balls. I couldn't resist the set of 9 ball that were hot pink. Once I got the essentials, I needed to get chalk and extra cork tips for the sticks and some resin for our hands. Nothing worse than missing cue, totally ruins the game, especially if it happens on the first hit.
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