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Cheap tennis balls in bulk

2015 Real Limited Vibration

Rated 4.2 out of 5by by mike It's just tennis balls for pete's sake. Not sure why it's so important for me to review this product but Dick's seems to want it bad. If I were to review the product, I would have to say I am thoroughly satisfied with this product as provided by Dick's. I ordered an 8 can pack and did in fact receive 8 cans of tennis balls. The balls are nice and round, they a bouncy and they are yellow. Now if Dick's were to ask me to review their service, delivery, pricing and overall satisfaction with this order, I would honestly say it was an excellent buying experience. The price was competitive, they delivered ahead of time, kept me informed of the progress of my order and delivered precisely what was ordered. July 8, 2014

Rated 4 out of 5by Mike Good balls for the money! I bought the 8 pack regular duty and bought 5 packs so that I could use the $20 off of $100. Cost after the $20 off was $2.20 per can plus tax. This is as good a cost as I can find and I go through a lot of balls plays multiple times each week indoors and on clay. February 10, 2015

Rated 5 out of 5by buzzy2247 Dog Worthy Three dogs in need of a rugged tennis ball to last their heavy play an these do the trick. They would probably be good for tennis too :) March 19, 2014

Rated 5 out of 5by Gregp3t3rbuilt Great Balls Last for a long time. They are great balls. They are much better then the Penn equivalents and last longer. May 20, 2013

Rated 5 out of 5by Guy Tennis balls fine, but where are the gloves? I'm not a golfer, but I'm sure there's a reason so many of the gloves in the golf department were left-handed. I would love to have purchased a right hand glove to use in tennis. I was a little pressed for time and was missing the chance to ask for assistance. It's just that the I was just a little frustrated there were so many left-handed gloves in the golf department but no gloves I could see in the tennis department nor right-handed gloves in the golf department that might have served as well in tennis. April 1, 2014

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