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36-Ct Penn Championship Extra Duty Tennis Balls

pierrejo 7 14 May 1, 2016 at 10:45 PM in Sports Equipment (3) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 05-02-2016 by slickdewmaster at 08:00 AM View Original Post
Walmart.com has 36-Ct Penn Championship Extra Duty Tennis Balls on sale for $22.27 w/ free store pickup. Thanks pierrejo

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Comes in 12 cans with 3 balls per can. -slickdewmaster

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Edited May 2, 2016 at 08:01 AM by pierrejo
Edit: This seem like it was only live for a night, It's back at $29 + tx + shipping.



http://www.amazon.com/Penn-Champi...ge_o00_s00

Amazon has 12 cans of Penn balls for 22.27$ +tax.
Prime shipping eligible. This is brings it down to <2$ per can of ball for all your tennis needs.

It is equivalent to the past deal posted at https://slickdeals.net/f/8530603-penn-championship-extra-duty-tennis-ball-case-12-cans-36-balls-22-27-free-store-pickup?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
but from Amazon.
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And at Walmart. Therefore this is not much of a deal, especially for those of you who aren't going to use the 12 cans within a year (two at the most), since they start losing pressure eventually.

These are bottom level balls, btw. They call all balls "championship" and "extra duty". It's hype. Just pick up a few cans at Walmart or Target and use them as you go, unless you live where there are no stores close to you.

And if you're buying them to throw to your dog, I have this to say about that: 1. You can get balls as good at dollar stores for that purpose. 2. Not the best thing to do because the yellow dye can be harmful to your dog. 3. I've also read there are substances inside the balls that are harmful, if yours is the type of dog that chews them up.

..From a very long time tennis player and dog lover..

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Deal is back! I grabbed one last time. Perfect timing since weather is warm now and more people are playing outdoors.
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Op, it is not Prime eligible, it is exclusive to Prime. Please specify that in title.
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FYI if you don't have prime, the price for this is about the same at Target:
http://www.target.com/p/penn-tenn...A-14769449

$1.92 per can at target
$1.86 with this Amazon deal
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FYI Walmart has same price as Amazon

http://www.walmart.com/ip/2063627...12&veh=sem
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Quote from fredsterific View Post :
FYI if you don't have prime, the price for this is about the same at Target:
http://www.target.com/p/penn-tenn...A-14769449

$1.92 per can at target
$1.86 with this Amazon deal
And at Walmart. Therefore this is not much of a deal, especially for those of you who aren't going to use the 12 cans within a year (two at the most), since they start losing pressure eventually.

These are bottom level balls, btw. They call all balls "championship" and "extra duty". It's hype. Just pick up a few cans at Walmart or Target and use them as you go, unless you live where there are no stores close to you.

And if you're buying them to throw to your dog, I have this to say about that: 1. You can get balls as good at dollar stores for that purpose. 2. Not the best thing to do because the yellow dye can be harmful to your dog. 3. I've also read there are substances inside the balls that are harmful, if yours is the type of dog that chews them up.

..From a very long time tennis player and dog lover..
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Last edited by deserthawk May 2, 2016 at 07:33 AM
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Sports Authority used to have 25% off deals which brought the total down to $20 but I haven't see that deal for a while.
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Quote from govindsri View Post :
Sports Authority used to have 25% off deals which brought the total down to $20 but I haven't see that deal for a while.
Sports authority is bankrupt. Which would explain why you havent seen that deal in a while lol.
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Quote from govindsri View Post :
Sports Authority used to have 25% off deals which brought the total down to $20 but I haven't see that deal for a while.
Sports Authority is having liquidation sales nationwide, so you can check out your local store if you have one.
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Quote from tjiang2 View Post :
Sports Authority is having liquidation sales nationwide, so you can check out your local store if you have one.
If you're going to get them at Sports Authority and just need this quality of ball, go for the similar priced Dunlops. They are better tennis balls.
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Quote from deserthawk View Post :
And at Walmart. Therefore this is not much of a deal, especially for those of you who aren't going to use the 12 cans within a year (two at the most), since they start losing pressure eventually.

These are bottom level balls, btw. They call all balls "championship" and "extra duty".
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..From a very long time tennis player and dog lover..
Yes, most of them are called "Championship" - because they were used at a ATP sanctioned tournament, but "bottom level" really?!?
Penn, Wilson, Dunlop - the top 3 most common tennis ball brands that you will encounter on courts and tournaments. Prince, Babolat and Slazenger are the rest and they have an insignificant share of the "market".
Usually tennis balls are for
- grass (Wimbledon)
- clay
- all court/surface
- regular duty
- extra duty
- X-duty (by Penn only!)
In US most of use will play on hard court so anything above regular duty is preferred. Extra duty hold better and are a bit heavier. X-duty are the most expensive but I love them on hard courts.
I'm an USTA active player, I play all year round, and I use mostly Wilson and Penn (Extra duty).
At under $2/can for these, they are a pretty good deal. If you do not play that much/year, I suggest you go out and play more often Smilie
Do not store the cans in the garage!
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Seems its not even up anymore - back at $29 + shipping. Amazon is gaming the SlickDeal posts :/
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