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Penn 20pack 3-balls Tennis Balls $29.99 @ Costco In-store only

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Costco In-store only has the Penn Extra Duty Tennis Balls 20x 3-pack (60 Balls total) for $29.00 until 7/3/2017

$38.99 - $9.00 instant rebate = $29.99
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Created 06-20-2017 at 11:15 AM by Briggs
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Nice. These bad boys rarely go on sale.
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Good price. Time to stock up for the ball machine.
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These might be fine for practice but most of the Penn balls I've gotten from Costco die much quicker than ones I've gotten from other locations. In fact, I stopped buying them a couple of years ago.

Manufacturers will cut corners for Costco orders to meet their pricepoint.
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Manufacturers will cut corners for Costco orders to meet their pricepoint.
Do you have any data for your claim?
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These might be fine for practice but most of the Penn balls I've gotten from Costco die much quicker than ones I've gotten from other locations. In fact, I stopped buying them a couple of years ago.

Manufacturers will cut corners for Costco orders to meet their pricepoint.
I usually see the opposite , dealers want costco business so they offer better compare to others . Because they sell them in higher bulk quantity .
But these regular Penn balls are not the higher quality Propenn for tournament use , I've bought cheaper cans from sport authority , target , walmart or just about anywhere and it's the same . What I do hate is buying a box only to find out 2 cans are flat .
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Nice. These bad boys rarely go on sale.
I've never seen them on sale. great timing I'm down to my last few cans from the last time I bought these at full price
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if you stock for a long time, it is not going to be worth.
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These might be fine for practice but most of the Penn balls I've gotten from Costco die much quicker than ones I've gotten from other locations. In fact, I stopped buying them a couple of years ago.

Manufacturers will cut corners for Costco orders to meet their pricepoint.
I would concur with this. The Duracell batteries I buy at Costco leak in all my devices from remote controls, flashlights, and toys. I haven't had that problem for decades until I recently started buying these packs from Costco.
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I would concur with this. The Duracell batteries I buy at Costco leak in all my devices from remote controls, flashlights, and toys. I haven't had that problem for decades until I recently started buying these packs from Costco.
Here's my "purely anecdotal" experience. Duracell batteries that I exclusively buy from Staples have been leaking all over the place. Therefore, Duracell must be cutting corners and producing an inferior product for Staples. I've never bought batteries from Costco.
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Duracell batteries killed my cousin
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Dunlop tennis balls for the win! Penns are horrible next to them but these are cheap. Awesome for practice.
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FYI this is also available on Google express if you don't want to make the trip.
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