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Sportchek: Yonek Nanoray 60 Badminton Racquet $37.49 each (Need to buy 2)

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Sportchek: Yonek Nanoray 60 Badminton Racquet $37.49 each (Need to buy 2)

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Price:
37.49
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50% Off
Expiry:
May 21, 2015
Price is $49.99 each, but if you buy a second one it will become $24.99.

Sign up for their email to get 10% off.

Your total should be $81.79 with tax.


Nice racquet for beginner.
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Thanks OP! Passed this along to some of my coworkers, friends.
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Thanks OP, page not working for me though
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Good racket for starters... I would cut the factory strings and get it restrung if you want to serious learn. It will make the world of difference.

Given the price, you might be better off using TA and buying 2, two rackets is overkill for a beginner, but if you have a friend who needs a solid spare at small cost, great :)
Vinh
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trungngo13 wrote: Price is $49.99 each, but if you buy a second one it will become $24.99.

Sign up for their email to get 10% off.

Your total should be $81.79 with tax.


Nice racquet for beginner.

do they ship to Quebec ? I tried to find Province, but I couldn't find anything relate to Quebec
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Is this a racket for intermediate?
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Is the brand name a typo? the logo is "Yonex" tho
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I bought this for my son when it was $50. Ordered 2 more (one for myself and see if my nephew wants the other). My total was $90 after tax. Oddly shipping was not completely free. $20 charged for shipping and handling and $15 credit promo. Is there a $5 handling fee?
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mockingjay wrote: do they ship to Quebec ? I tried to find Province, but I couldn't find anything relate to Quebec
SportChek.ca has no French component so they can't actually service Quebec due to Bill 101 (Charter of the French Language). Up until fairly recently QC IPs couldn't even access the site. The QC online equivalent to SportChek is SportsExperts.ca but the promo isn't on there so you're probably out of luck for this deal.
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Should have signed up for their email and you would have saved almost $10.
Meridian wrote: I bought this for my son when it was $50. Ordered 2 more (one for myself and see if my nephew wants the other). My total was $90 after tax. Oddly shipping was not completely free. $20 charged for shipping and handling and $15 credit promo. Is there a $5 handling fee?
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Elusive wrote: Is this a racket for intermediate?
restring the racket and you'll be fine. I would be able to use this as a backup at a provincial level. Strings can make the world of difference in a racket. Rest is really balance, flex, sweet spot and weight. With that being said, I'm sure Lee Chong Wei or Lin Dan could wipe the floor with this racket... so it's not about how expensive of 'good' a racket is, but how you control it. Keep in mind.. stringing this will cost another $20-40 (depending on the strings you get), but put on BG65 with a weight you are used to playing with... and you'll have a good racket for the price.
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trungngo13 wrote: Should have signed up for their email and you would have saved almost $10.
I was in such a rush to order and forgot about the extra 10% :razz: . Last time when it was $50, it sold out at 10:30AM and had to price match it in store. I didn't want to miss out on this amazing deal. It looks like it is sold out online now.
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Can someone elaborate on the buy one, get second one at half off? I dont see it anywhere. Im hoping to go instores to see if they can give me this deal.
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All racquets are automatically buy one get the 2nd 1/2 price (even in-store). You might be able to combined TA coupon in-store.
KennyC wrote: Can someone elaborate on the buy one, get second one at half off? I dont see it anywhere. Im hoping to go instores to see if they can give me this deal.
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trungngo13 wrote: All racquets are automatically buy one get the 2nd 1/2 price (even in-store). You might be able to combined TA coupon in-store.
Thanks! Going to give it a try at noon.
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Wow eff.

OK, gonna head to Promenade to pick this up. Parents need a pair.

Aaand nevermind. Sale's online only, fail
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toubo wrote: Deal is dead. Sold out already... :cry:
yeahh, RFD members were always fast with good deal
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3% ebates too that I forgot... oh well

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