my local tennis store has unusually low pricing

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by wreachavok, Mar 19, 2009.

  1. wreachavok

    wreachavok New User

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    the pricing of the store is varies from 50-20 dollars cheaper than anywhere else i can find online. what are the chances of them being fake or something? they've got a huge selection and they have been around for a while but i dont understand how they can be so much cheaper than anywhere else.
     
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  2. Tempest344

    Tempest344 Professional

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    nah they wouldn't be fake
    thats the same with a big tennis store near me too

    sometimes the racquets can be up to $100 cheaper as well
     
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  3. Winners or Errors

    Winners or Errors Professional

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    No MAP pricing = lower prices. If you wanted to buy from an online retailer, you'd have to give them a chance to match or beat. Not sure if they'd do so, because it's not an "advertised" price.
     
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  4. DjordjeRosic

    DjordjeRosic Rookie

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    Are you talking about "The Racquet Doctor"???
     
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  5. trainsweep

    trainsweep New User

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    racquet doctor's prices are so cheap [:
     
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  6. DjordjeRosic

    DjordjeRosic Rookie

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    Yes, yes they are, i need to go get me some new shoes, and urgently some griptape lol.
     
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  7. a-naik.1

    a-naik.1 Professional

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    Yeah, if you go to MW, the prices are considerably cheaper than their online store.
     
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  8. NoNameZ

    NoNameZ Semi-Pro

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    yup, thank goodness for Racquet Doctor. I should stop by sometime soon, see what's new.
     
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