What a deal!

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by michael_1265, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. michael_1265

    michael_1265 Professional

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    Penn Extra-Duty balls on sale today at Target for $1.50. I have never seen them so low. None were on the shelf when I got there, so I asked, and the clerk found me a case. Has anyone seen them lower??
     
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  2. nabbydian

    nabbydian Hall of Fame

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    i once brought 9 cans of Dunlop Fort at USD1.30 each(usually cost USD5.50 in my area), they had 30+ there..

    i didnt sweep all because i find it fishy it could be so cheap and i couldnt carry so many back

    opened and played with it the following day, subsequently i went back and grab another 9 cans - there was still some left on the shelf

    looking back i should have brought all!
     
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  3. javierjavier

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    the only problem with buying tennis balls at non-speciality retailers is that the tennis balls tend to sit on the shelf a lot longer. it might be why they were on clearance.

    i've been burned too many times buying tennis balls at places like walmart or target that i always just go to a sporting good stores.

    that said, if the balls are good then good buy.
     
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  4. DownTheLine

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    Buy a can of Wilsons for $1.50 hit with them for 2-3 hitting sessions then toss them in the serving hopper.
     
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