SportDirect Giant Slazenger Tennis Ball £3.00 instore / online £14.99
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SportDirect Giant Slazenger Tennis Ball £3.00 instore / online £14.99

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Found 28th Jun 2015
Giant Tennis Ball that is made by Slazenger and says Slazenger on it. Found in the Preston store and I assume it's national.
Online version: sportsdirect.com/--7…020 except a big price difference (£11.99 to be precise) and this one also says "Wimbledon" on it.
There was a basket full of different types of balls such as basketballs, footballs (assorted sizes) and a few of these giant tennis balls. I don't really know what the purpose of them are but fun to play with and maybe a good pet toy. Seems very good quality for £3.

21 Comments

Giant balls just the thing every man needs.

Sports Direct always has such good deals.

Slazenger=Made and owned by Sports direct.

gotta have big balls to play in Preston

main purpose is for futsal (Indoor football)
hot for price

Well the girls don't complain.

flang

Slazenger=Made and owned by Sports direct.



Almost racketeering one could say!

I wouldn't shop at Sports Direct after the recent Channel 4 documentary about how they treat their staff.

channel4.com/inf…ons

Regardless of who owns the brand, Slazenger do supply the official Wimbledon balls.

Mark Shopper
Sounds like any other job?

R3DD3R5

gotta have big balls to play in Preston


Hey hey hey.
Nutin rong wiv PRESTON mayt.

MAdam98

Hey hey hey. Nutin rong wiv PRESTON mayt.


In a sense relative. of course all copies do have their problems.

Banned

sports direct sell lovely ten is balls 3 for 99p.
100% better than poundshop as I use mine for cricket

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sofiasar

sports direct sell lovely ten is balls 3 for 99p. 100% better than … sports direct sell lovely ten is balls 3 for 99p. 100% better than poundshop as I use mine for cricket

kinda says it all doesn't it.

zaphodbb

Mark ShopperSounds like any other job?



What other company has 75 percent of its 19,000 UK workers on zero-hour contracts?

MarkShopper

What other company has 75 percent of its 19,000 UK workers on zero-hour … What other company has 75 percent of its 19,000 UK workers on zero-hour contracts?



they could always leave that job, they aren't in chains are they?

MarkShopper

What other company has 75 percent of its 19,000 UK workers on zero-hour … What other company has 75 percent of its 19,000 UK workers on zero-hour contracts?


Why did they sign up to zero hour contracts? That's not what job seeking is about (finding full time) jobs. And when the hours are low they can still get benefits.

davewave

they could always leave that job, they aren't in chains are they?



If that's the only job they can get and benefits may be withdrawn if they don't take it, what do they do? No sick pay. No holiday pay. No guarantee of regular work. It's a sad state of affairs and I will take my custom elsewhere.

zaphodbb

Why did they sign up to zero hour contracts? That's not what job seeking … Why did they sign up to zero hour contracts? That's not what job seeking is about (finding full time) jobs. And when the hours are low they can still get benefits.



The only option available? Threat of losing Job Seekers' Allowance?

I do not think it is right that people in work need benefits - from the taxes we pay!!

There are always lots of jobs available as long as you're willing to travel a bit.....of course the best ones take some getting...thats how it should be.....this is the UK ffs...7th richest country in the world....almost everyone else on the planet has fewer options.

Love this site, gone from tennis balls to benefits!!!

What annoys me is Geoff or whoever from wherever comes here, works, but claims benefits for his peg selling kids who are still at home!! Shocking
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