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Milton

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Shopping
« on: October 08, 2022, 10:35:13 PM »
What do you shop for the most on online bowling shops?

 

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Re: Shopping
« Reply #16 on: October 13, 2022, 05:57:09 PM »
Thanks everyone for the posts. After reading them I have decided to shop for supplies online. Shops just can't cut it anymore

Online shops like Buddies will also drill your balls for you. I think they need you to send ball that has already been drilled to get your specs. I don't use them myself, but have heard good things about the service they provide.

Ok I buy mostly accessories like ball cleaner, etc. Shops only have maybe 1 kind and it is usually what they get the cheapest. I did not know balls and bags and shoes were bought online a lot but i think I am heading that direction

I try to buy everything from my local shops, but we are fortunate here to have two excellent pro shops in my city. But I know that is a luxury a lot of people don't have these days.
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Milton

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Re: Shopping
« Reply #17 on: October 13, 2022, 06:17:42 PM »
Quote I try to buy everything from my local shops, but we are fortunate here to have two excellent pro shops in my city. But I know that is a luxury a lot of people don't have these days
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Yeah i get why some shop local but i had a company i bought from years ago online and he made a good point. Even though his company is online, they pay electric, etc which my old shop always said they didn't I am not always about getting the lowest price. Just the good service.