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    Phil
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    Does any one know if Yo's Sports has any ISO 500 SX,SS, or SR's left? And if so, how much they are?

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    jon
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    zippo~
    i want another.. but the last time they had one SS left was 4months ago!!

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    Give them a call and find out - 905/474-5711

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    kk
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    they have a Iso 500 there, but I think they won't open on X'max

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    Phil
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    Well, I went there on Boxing Day, and there must have been over twenty ISO 500s! (only SS and SR) I bought an SS for $115 CDN, and had it strung with BG-70 at 20 lbs. (Hey, I don't know anything about strings, so don't criticize my choice of strings!)

    It should be much better than my ISO 60 Light. =)

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    NewbieBadminton
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    Yo phil.. how much they reduce the prices on boxing day?

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    Phil
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    The prices weren't reduced on Boxing Day at Yo's. Everything was the same price. However, I know that Lee's is open today (Dec. 27th), and their racquets are 10% off with no tax.

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    Wilson
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    But Yo's sells his rackets with no tax and usually cheaper then Lee's and you dont have to pay for strings!

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    Phil
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    Actually, there is tax, at least on my racket. The ISO 500 was listed on the rack for $115 CDN, and it came to $132.25 total. 115*0.15(sales tax)=17.25. 115+17.25 = 132.25.
    Therefore, there is tax at Yo's.
    However, the strings are free, along with the stringing job when you buy a racket.

    At Lee's, the rackets are tax included, but you must pay for the cost of strings. However, I believe that the stringing job is free at Lee's also when you purchase a racket.

    So there isn't really that much difference b/n the stores.

    Yo's: $115 (ISO 500) + $17.25 (sales tax) + $0 (free strings) = $132.25
    Lee's: $120 (ISO 500 tax included) + $15 (BG-70 strings) = $135

    Both have free stringing. I got BG-70 strings when I bought my racket, since my club plays with nylon. (grrrrrrr......)

    Phil

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    Wilson
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    Really when i got my T-10 from Yo's it only cost me 200$ no tax while at lee's it cost 225$ (when it first came out keep that in mind) at Yo's it came with free strings and at lee's would've cost me an extra 15 dollars.

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    Default Re: Yo's Sports

    Before X'mas, I was shopping for a Ti SP racket from the two stores. I finally bought from Yo's. I found Yo's more friendly and he waived taxes (you have pay cash).

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    MJ
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    Could someone please email me the location of this store .. and phone number if possible.. thanks !!

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