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Trade in your used equipment to buy new at a discount, or buy used to save up to 50-70%!
Recycle your quality used sports equipment at Play It Again Sports. Kids outgrow sports equipment so fast it’s amazing. Much of this gear is still in great condition and has lots of years left in it, which makes that cluttered garage or closet a potential source of income. Cashing in your quality used gear at Play It Again Sports is fast and easy:
- Clean out that closet, garage or basement!
- Load up your quality used brand name sports and fitness equipment and bring it to our store.
- Check in with a sales associate to review what you have to sell or trade.
- While you check out the latest arrivals in the store, we will review your items based on condition, brand and our current stock levels.
- Your sales associate will determine the value of your items and either pay you on the spot or you can trade your items towards your purchase that day.
- You walk out of the store with new gear, money in your pocket or both!
Of course, we sure try, but we can't buy everything.
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Posted On February, 21, 2014
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Posted On February, 11, 2014
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Posted On February, 10, 2014
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