IT’S A GIVEAWAY | Gorgeous 6-Foot Sukkah Banner from The Sukkah Project

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I can’t believe that fall is here! While most of us are still working on our plans for Rosh Hashana, the folks at The Sukkah Project are already hard at work making and shipping out hundreds of orders for sukkah kits, bamboo schach mats, sukkah deocrations and banners.

If you are looking to buy your first sukkah – or expand your sukkah to accommodate more friends and family this year – The Sukkah Project is your one-stop shop for the best products and the best prices.

Their affordable Klutz-Proof Sukkah Kits have been popular for over two decades throughout the United States, and their everyday prices on top-quality Star-K certified bamboo roof mats are the lowest anywhere.

Learn more about The Sukkah Project here (I love his house, by the way, which you get to see about 8 minutes into the video!):

Typical examples of the Sukkah Project’s bargain pricing include their 8×8 schach mat, which the Sukkah Project sells for $67, while the next best online price is $99. Their 8×12 pre-fab sukkah is $409 – other retailers charge $759.

More than just the best prices, The Sukkah Project’s sukkah kits and accessories are super durable and will stand-up to generations of use. And all orders ship the same or next day, so you’ll no problem getting it in time for the chag.

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In addition to sukkah kits, The Sukkah Project also sells gorgeous sukkah banners and decorations.

One lucky KOAB reader will even have a chance to win one of these stunning banners — “Rejoice” by American-born, Israeli artists Sharon Binder.

This beautiful banner, seen above, is based on Deuteronomy 16:14-15, which commands us to completely enjoy ourselves in our celebration of the Festival of Sukkot. The imagery of the Seven Species — wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives & dates – refers to the agricultural signficance of the chag as well.

The banner is large — just under 6 feet wide and 2.5 feet tall — and is digitally printed on a high-quality synthetic fabric suitable for outdoor exposure. There are small metal grommets at the corners for ease of hanging in your sukkah.

To enter this giveaway, simply follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter widget below.

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This giveaway is open only to residents of the United States who are 18 or older. Entries will be accepted until Thursday, September 18th at 11:59 p.m. EST. The winner will be selected at random and be notified via email immediately. He or she will have 48 hours to respond. Good luck!

Disclosure: I was compensated for writing and hosting this giveaway, but all positive opinions of the quality and price-point of The Sukkah Project are my own. I am disclosing this information in accordance with FTC regulations – and because it’s the right thing to do. Learn more about sponsored posts in my Disclosure Statement.


  1. A lovely banner. Would love to have it!

  2. I know I don’t need to comment on the banner in order to win, but I have to say it: it’s gorgeous! (I do hope I win 🙂

  3. One comment on the actual Succahs. Perhaps, if the owner’s of the Project are reading this they can answer. I was very seriously considering purchasing the 8 x 12 succah. However, the Canvas (or the screen) only covers 6 feet on one side and leaves 6 feet fully open! In NY, it gets cold and windy. Having any opening like that is not smart. Is there a way to cover the last 6 feet (maybe a zipper to shut it)? Maybe the last panel should have some sort of door or much smaller opening. I can’t buy a succah with such a large opening.

  4. This is beautiful!

  5. Stunning banner and great business! Love southern crafted goods, especially for a Mitzvah!!!
    -A fan from Georgia

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