Hexagonal Beer Pong Game Case of 16

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These are fun!

6/8/2020 by Rick

I have been using these with water in the cups to keep them clean. The games are faster and more entertaining with them!


College crowd loved it!!

10/18/2018 by Tanya

Actually made them a tad jealous that I was so “cool”!


We Really Like This One!

6/1/2017 by Lavonne

I have a set of Hexcups and these puppies were a big hit at the gathering that I brought them to. I thought the shape of the cup would make beer pong way too easy. I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't any easier, in fact, it seemed a bit harder which was pretty cool. The design of the cups are brilliant! No more ghosting! The money ball added some excitement. I would recommend these for sure. Hours, and hours and hours of fun!


cool beer pong

6/27/2019 by Barbara

my post-grad son had a blast with his roommates playing the coolest Beer Pong :)


My sons flipped.

5/17/2018 by Otto

Youngsters play this at their get togethers. A new variation on an
old game.


Got it......

5/5/2017 by Michael

Thank you for the hex cups.
Was hoping it would have been delivered a few weeks earlier.
Thanx, Michael, Tomball,Tx


Neat gift

7/26/2018 by Kim

I bought this for my college student. He has used it a few times with water only; since he wants to re-use the cups. It makes winning easier.


Shape May Not Be Worth the Cost

5/31/2017 by Charles

Great idea, but the cups are definitely little more than the thickness of normal solo cups, so to the degree that any solo cup is washable, the shape is the only distinguishing feature. You are paying for an expensive hexagonal cup.

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The Hexcup Story

The red party cup gets a beer pong update.

Reusable Cups

How can you make beer pong better? By playing with hexagon beer pong cups designed to fit together.

Hexcup is a redesign of the classic party game. The unique shape of these cups creates a honeycomb pattern when all 22 are positioned together, so they stay put during play. Grooves on the bottom of the cups prevent ghosting—that’s beer pong-speak for when cups shift around. And unlike the traditional red throwaways, these cups are durably built to be used again and again. You can even run them through the dishwasher.

College friends (and engineers) William Heimsoth and Aaron Attebery created
Hexcup to make beer pong sessions move more quickly, with less time spent adjusting wayward cups. Their simple but smart upgrade was a hit at a party we went to, as it helped keep the game (and fun) going longer. Read More Read Less