More fun sports related info:
With Christmas just around the corner many people like to give sports jerseys as gifts (if their loved ones already have a cup holder of course). It is a really simple gift that is easy to buy and most people have their favorite athlete that they often talk about. This makes it an easy gift to find and all you have to know is the size to purchase.
The biggest setback to buying jerseys is the cost. Many quality ones can run over $100 and even cheap ones can be over $40 (not as cost effective as our drink holder). This makes it hard to afford if you have to get many gifts during the holidays.
Still, there are places where you can get cheap sports jerseys and save yourself some cash. The first place to look is a local Goodwill or Salvation Army thrift shop. These places may seem like an unlikely option, but you will be surprised at the amount of sports wear that can be found at these two stores. Be sure to check out the entire place as they are often not organized in much order so it can be hard to find what you what sometimes.
Another place to check is to check the clearance isles of big retailers. Many sports fans do not even think about trying here and you can often find some great deals on gear for your favorite player. These sales go quick so it is best to ask an employee and maybe they will tell you the best time to buy.
The last place to find a bargain from jerseys to wheelchair accessories is online. Often I can find great deals on Amazon or Ebay and can save big bucks over buying at the retailers. You have to be careful and make sure you are getting a good deal and check the history of who you are buying from. On another note, be sure if you buy used that there are many pictures so you can tell the jersey is in good shape.
Hopefully these tips will help you save some money shopping for jerseys.