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Old 09-30-2009, 12:56 AM
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Default Wholesale prices

Of course Innova, Discraft, ect doesn't print it on their sites but I'm surprised I haven't seen a thread about it (I did search).

What are the wholesale prices for discs? I'm sure the numbers must have leaked out.

Just curious.
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Old 09-30-2009, 12:59 AM
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The game is to be sold not told.
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Old 09-30-2009, 01:00 AM
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Standard retail mark up is 100%, so wholesale cost is usually 50% of retail. Do the math...
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The game is to be sold not told.
I fully understand that. I have no problem with mark up. Let's face it, operating a store is hard work and there is a ton of overhead plus utilities plus employee cost.

I was just wondering, that's all.
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Old 09-30-2009, 01:41 AM
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Gateway is $6-6.50 for S plastic, $9-9.50 for Evo.
From my days at an online sporting goods retailer's warehouse, Innova's D plastic was around $4, Champion around $7, Star around $11-12. It's been over a year since I worked there and got good deals on discs, but these are somewhat accurate from what I remember.
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Old 09-30-2009, 07:17 PM
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If you can, try to buy from a local pro. They offer near wholesale(10 for new) Plus it's really hard for them to make a living on only dg. If there are no pros around you- move to Michigan
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I know Discraft prints their prices for getting custom stamped discs and I would guess those are near wholesale based on the fact they do it as a way to sponsor as many events as they can. I would guess prices might be a little bit lower based on the cost of the custom print on the disc. I just looked up what plastic you could get for $6 and that was Elite Z just to give you an idea.
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That sounds about right for a $13 dollar disc.
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If you can, try to buy from a local pro. They offer near wholesale(10 for new) Plus it's really hard for them to make a living on only dg. If there are no pros around you- move to Michigan
I don't think I am willing to move to Michigan to find a local pro.
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I don't think I am willing to move to Michigan to find a local pro.
i done blame ya, r economy sucks, and there areny any local pros around here, well unless they all play brewer park that is...
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