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[Sport Chek] [HOT] badminton and squash racquets up to 55% off AND BOGO 50%

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[Sport Chek] [HOT] badminton and squash racquets up to 55% off AND BOGO 50%

At Sport Chek right now they have sales on certain rackets for badminton and squash for up to 55% off. On top of that, if you fancy to have a spare, or a friend to play the sport with that needs a racquet, you get BOBO 50% off! which makes this an amazing deal since instead of paying $200 for 2 rackets, you could be paying $67.47 +tax for 2 rackets! (savings of 66%!) <-- this was just an example using the Yonex Voltrics racket in this link

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/sho ... =332628885
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Any good deals for tennis or squash racquets? I've a fairly new to both and have no idea what's good, or a good deal.
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Any recommendations for an intermediate badminton player?
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@wildzero, for squash Dunlop is a fairly reputable brand. These 2 rackets are head-light models which means that you'll be able to maneuver your racket easier to have better technique, but you'll feel a little less "oomf" in your power. Great to learn though!

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/sho ... =332325492

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/sho ... =332593516

however if you just want to start and start cheap, then the diadora one is good to start, but don't expect performance from this

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/sho ... =332593439
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@ExcelPremium I'm a badminton player myself. You won't find good deals for high end racquets, however for intermediate players, I find something like the Voltric Power does pretty good for a balance player that likes to smash a lot

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/sho ... =332628885

or if you're somebody who likes to be quick and play more of a drive game, or cut of smashes/poor lifts, then the lite model is better suited for your playing style

https://www.sportchek.ca/categories/sho ... =332750839
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I'm not seeing the additional BOGO 50% in cart. Any ideas?
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do you see it on the product screen? it should auto-adjust when you add 2 rackets into your cart.
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link0118 wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 11:01 am
do you see it on the product screen? it should auto-adjust when you add 2 rackets into your cart.
it doesnt though ....this is actually a repost and this was discussed before ....some peeps were successful getting BOGO50 in store ....but doesnt work online
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pongster wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 11:03 am
it doesnt though ....this is actually a repost and this was discussed before ....some peeps were successful getting BOGO50 in store ....but doesnt work online
darn... that sucks to hear. however because it is promoted and I can see BOGO50 on their product, if you don't see that value in your cart, I've heard people call in to get that price adjustment and it worked. You could maybe try that too if you're looking to purchase online and can't make it to a nearby Sportchek?
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Yes I can also use my 75 percent off triangle promo
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wahabk1234 wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 11:08 am
Yes I can also use my 75 percent off triangle promo
Wow - I wish they sent me that deal
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ExcelPremium wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 10:46 am
Any recommendations for an intermediate badminton player?
it depend your play style, and your preferences. some prefer headlight for the speed and some prefer head heavy for added power smash, some prefer balanced.. then there is a stiffness to consider because it affect power. some critics said mid-range Yonex is too expensive as they are often priced at near high end of other manufacture. but I am not a great player nor switching racquet often enough to confirm this. then there are some who would just go with Yonex simply because of reputation. (the string is a big factor as well)

there is no industry standard when it come to stiffness, so a stiff racquet made and rated by Yonex may have be consider not so stiff by other manufactures.
to give you an example, here is a link to Yonex site that outline the characteristic of their racket
http://www.yonex.com/products/badminton-racquet-matrix/
if you want to try them out, I know Epic Sport at Eglinton and Warden offer racquet try out, (not sure if other clubs). good luck!

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