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Tuc-Away Table adds to your big game experience

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The Super Bowl is about a week away and everyone is planning their parties and getting their lists ready for the big day.

I want you to add one more item to your list to go along with the chips, dips, and beer.

It's the Tuc-Away Table and it is a space saving end table that fits into any space you have available.

Space can be limited during when guests arrive for your Super Bowl, Final Four, or even this summer, a World Cup party you may be hosting.

The Tuc-Away is a foldable end table that fixes or attaches to just about any piece of furniture, but it serves a great purpose.

Retailing for $69.95, the Tuc-Away Table offers a modern look and a ton of convenience. Think sofas, chairs, beds, and even your trusty recliner.

We all know there is limited space in a dorm room or apartment, so the Tuc-Away will pair with any unique piece of furniture a college student may have sitting in his or her abode.

One world that comes to mind when I think of the Tuc-Away would be "handy."

It comes in black or brown, and you might be impressed to learn it is scratch and water resistant. It also easily folds down and blends right into your room allowing you to store and hide it when it isn't in use. It sets up and is put away quickly with no effort.

I'm on board with the Tuc-Away Table as the big game sports spectating season approaches. It's a no brainer addition to your living, dining, or even bedroom.

It's currently being sold on Brookstone's online website. Also, you can see an instructional video and more information at


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