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05-07-2004, 09:37 PM #18
cab 20 ms - $150
mp 77 - $115 ( special price) market rate 150 - 220
05-07-2004, 11:06 PM #19Originally Posted by unregistered
mp77 selling at $115. which shop please
05-08-2004, 06:49 AM #20
Can you guys please state which shop you can get those prices?
Cos I keep hearing people saying that they can get certain rackets at such low prices but when we ask them, they don't say where they can them.
And hey! I can get the Armortech 800 OF at just S$180... but I'm not telling where and how.
05-08-2004, 08:23 AM #21
mongoose.. so selfish.. haha. then why the others have to tell u?? Yep, my Friend bought the WPP5300 at Queennsway. Second storey the indian shop. I believe the prices he gives are very reasonable. ProAce Platinum Dream with strings*(i tink so) @ $119. and Titanium Dream @ $109.
05-08-2004, 08:47 AM #22
My own prices.Originally Posted by Z1985
Can anyone here tell me the key differences between platinum dream and titanium dream?
05-08-2004, 08:59 AM #23
To sum up.
Ti10 - $140
MP 100 - $169 ( Strings and grip )
MP 99 - $220
MP88 - $180
MP77 - $115
Armortec 700 - $230 ( Strings and grips )
Armortech 800 OF - $180
Carbonex 20 Long - $90
Carbonex 20 Power - $99
Carbonex 20 Special - $69 ( W/o strings )
Carbonex 20 MS - $150
PC1080 - $65 (include strings, bag n grip )
Armorpower 700 - $65 ( Just the racket )
Platinum Dream - $119 (strings)
Titanium Dream - $109 (Strings)
WPP5300 - $198 ( Strings and grip )
I simply compiled the lowest price of the rackets listed together. For easy viewing.
And, what moongoose said is pretty true.No point just telling the pricem why not share the location with us so we all can enjoy these great prices ?
05-08-2004, 09:08 AM #24Originally Posted by mongoose
I mean for god sake, it is not like you are buying up the whole shop, that is just so stupid, an even if you are, you come to the wrong place.
05-08-2004, 09:55 AM #25
As a newbie, I searched the forum and I found them discussed before.
The poster originally asked for prices and not places, which should serves as a summary.
Queensway Shopping Centre and Bras Basah Complex are more famous places to shop for sports goods and the latter is famous for books (book city to the locals), but also sports goods due to its cheaper place to operate business. Bras Basah shops are located inside public housing (HDB), and hence the rentals are lower.
The shops and racket prices were already discussed here:
The poster happily bought MP100 at $170 each which proved we did not made it up. And for me I bought a fully stringed and gripped new MP100 for $169 on the ground floor (10+10), however, Ranking Sports on the third floor can easily matched it and the lady is more honest IMHO. I should have gone there if not because it is closed on Sundays.
Armortec 700 for $230 from Queensway's Gala Sports.
Use the prices as a guide as it might fluctuate, due to shop's marketing, supply and demand or clearance strategies.
If you are in Singapore, anyone here may extend you a hand to guide you to those shops.
Originally Posted by Hooked
Last edited by armortec800; 05-08-2004 at 09:58 AM.
05-08-2004, 10:17 AM #26Originally Posted by armortec800
No offence, but I have no idea where Windsor in Japan is either. Japanses has many cities and perfectures and not knowing how to speak Japanese is another problem.
05-08-2004, 10:17 AM #27
I have heard several people say (in many previous posts) that you can get MP100 for less than S$150, MP77 for S$115, Ti10 for S$140, Cab20 for S$80, Cab20Power for S$99 etc etc etc.
I have gone to probably all the badminton shops in Singapore and I have yet to find those rackets sold at the prices stated.
Are those prices retail prices? Or are they "special" prices meant for partial "sponsored" players etc?
Cos it doesn't help at all saying, for example, that the price of an MP100 is S$150 if I cannot walk into that same shop and get it at that price.
What the posters here want to know are the retail prices.
Btw if you read my previous post, you should be able to understand that I made up the price of the AT800OF just to prove my point.
05-08-2004, 10:29 AM #28Originally Posted by mongoose
I can also tell you that I am not after 200 pieces of each of these rackets, so giving dealer prices are just as stupid as well.
But I can tell you I paid S$4.60 for 30 packets of BG85 strings, SP version, if that means anything. That I cannot remember where I bought because I was too busy bargaining and I don't remember the shop as I was rushing for time. I must add I am a good shopper, I quote the Cab 20 Power higher than the price I paid, otherwise people might think its is faked.
05-08-2004, 07:33 PM #29
Wow! You struck a really great bargain!
Most shops sell the Cab20Power for more than S$150.
Hmmm... looks like its time to do more shopping and racket hunting again... hehe!
05-08-2004, 09:40 PM #30Originally Posted by Hooked
05-08-2004, 11:04 PM #31Originally Posted by taneepak
05-08-2004, 11:05 PM #32Originally Posted by huijun
It is very impressive that SP still have so many good rackets in stock!
05-08-2004, 11:08 PM #33Originally Posted by Hooked
(That's one of the reasons that I never reveal any prices or shops)
Sometimes shops are just running the promotion prices. You can not guarantee the price that the one will get 100%. So why not just keep it down, and if you really want to know the details, you can always PM the person in privately talks.
05-08-2004, 11:12 PM #34
From what I have heard, Singapore is a very organized city. Perhaps yellowpages would have all the informations about the shop??
By the way, the price of the MP100 is lower than 88?? wow....
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