Used tennis balls can be a great way to save money if you don’t need the best quality. They’re a great option if you need cheap tennis balls to use in a tennis ball machine, for group practices, or even as toys for your dog.
In this post, we’ve put together some ideas for how to get your hands on cheap and sometimes even free used tennis balls.
If you are just looking for cheap tennis balls, you might also consider buying pressureless tennis balls, which tend to be less expensive.
Where to Buy Used Tennis Balls
Amazon is mostly new products, but there are a number of Amazon sellers selling cheap used tennis balls in bulk. Here are a couple of examples.
If those are out of stock, you can always do an Amazon search for used tennis balls.
Be sure to check to see how many balls are included. Most we’ve found on Amazon are sold with around 25 balls.
If your goal is to find cheap tennis balls in bulk, you might also consider using pressureless tennis balls. Gamma’s Bucket-O-Balls is a popular option for those who want to use cheap tennis balls. For example, to use in tennis ball machines or for dogs.
eBay.com is always a popular option for buying used items, and used tennis balls are no exception. You can find several different sellers with used tennis balls for sale on eBay and have them shipped to your door.
Be sure to double check the number of tennis balls included, and read the seller reviews to make sure they are reputable.
Other Places to Buy
2nd-Bounces is another online store that sells used tennis balls for dogs.
You might also check out Just Used Tennis Balls, which sells bulk used tennis balls in quantities of 50, 100, 250, and 500. You can also get a custom order of 1,000 or more. They also sell them pre-cut, if you are looking to use them for chair feet, such as in schools.
Where to Get Free Used Tennis Balls
If you’re looking for free tennis balls, you might try these ideas
- Ask your local tennis club what they do with their old tennis balls, and ask if they would be willing to donate them.
- Drive around the local tennis courts (high schools, colleges, parks, etc.) in your area to see if there are any abandoned balls.
- Think of tennis players you know, or talk to your friends and family to see if they know any tennis players. See if they might have used tennis balls they usually just throw away.
If you’re looking for inexpensive tennis balls for training, tennis ball machines, or for dogs, you might try using new pressureless tennis balls instead.
And if you’re looking for free used tennis balls, you might try the local tennis courts, clubs, and players in your area.
This dog’s dreams came true when a local tennis instructor gave them 300 free used tennis balls. This can happen to you if you can make the right connections.
Best of luck and have fun out there!