More on the sports front, and where we got the idea for our cup holder, here’s some info on hockey jerseys:
As all NHL fans know, having your team’s hockey jersey is an important part of the experience. However, fans often know the the jerseys are expensive, with named jerseys usually retailing for well over a hundred dollars. Adding in the cost of home jerseys, away jerseys, throw backs, third jerseys, and the threat of new uniforms every year, a hockey fan’s wallet can quickly become depleted if they want to keep up with their time, not to mention the costs of food and beverage or licensed drink holders. But despite the expense, these jerseys are every much as part of being a fan as owning wood hockey sticks. So the best thing for most fans to do is to find a place to buy discount NHL hockey jerseys.
The absolute best place to find a discount jersey is on the internet, which helps as you may already be looking for wheelchair accessories there. EBay, for example, generally has a fairly large number of jerseys for auction at any given time, and Amazon.com tends to have significantly lower prices than most sports stores. Amazon also helps cut down on the time spent hunting, as it tends to feature a number of private retailers that can provide the jersey (plus shipping) for a number of different price points. Buying new can still be pricey, but the retail markup tends to be less online. And for those searching for specific players or throwback jerseys, this may be the only way to actually find one at an affordable price without hoping for a sale.
A number of private sporting goods collectible stores, especially those found in most major shopping malls, do tend to sell jerseys, both new and old, for a lower cost than major retailers. Finding the right jersey can very much be a gamble – as the products tend to be overstock or older merchandise, there is no telling exactly what may be found. However, in the right circumstances, one can find exactly the right piece to complete a collection.
There are many places to find discount jerseys. Both physical retailers and the internet can prove useful in the search to save money, and one can often find a jersey at a fraction of the usual cost in this manner. The search itself may take quite a bit longer than going to the team’s arena store, but the savings more than make up for the effort.