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I have been playing disc golf for about ten years now.  I have decided to play competitively this year.  So, I have been trying a lot of new discs and it gets kind of expensive.  Can anyone tell me what internet sites have the best deals on discs?  I have heard there are factory second discs that are mis stamped or  have a cosmetic defect.  Where can you get those? and do they really fly the same as a regular disc?  Also, I am trying to find lighter weighted discs around 150 for my girlfriend.  I have not been able to locate these light weights online either.

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The X-outs are a great bargain. I usually get mine from Marshall Street, they have tons of them. Usually it's a double or more stamp on the disc, or it's a custom stamp that went wrong. There's nothing wrong with the disc itself though.

As far as newer discs I think discgolfcenter.com has the best deals. Free shipping, and you can pick your weight and color too. They also have a rewards program. I've also had some luck on ebay as well.

Hope that helps.
I agree, Marshall Street has the best prices and I love that they let you choose the exact weight and color
Discgolfcenter.com , Clearwater Disc Golf Store, SunKing Discs
If you have discs to trade discaroo.com is good.
https://www.discgolfvalues.com/ - has some of the best prices I have seen, but they only carry discs that Innova produces.
hero discs has some nice 150 class discs for your girlfriend but can be a little pricey.
ClearwaterDiscGolfStore.com is owned and run by only disc golfers.

We have the best prices, free shipping over $39 and lightweight discs from various companies!
When ordering, or going to a "physical" store ask about bulk pricing.
This is the best way to reduce your costs.
Any retailer would be glad to shave off a few dollars, to sell 10 discs at a time.
Clearwater has a good selection of 150s.
GottaGoGottaThrow.com has both of the items ur looking 4 at good prices
I have written several lengthy articles about this subject.

The best way to buy discs is to buy them pre-owned (and therefore pre-broken-in). You will get the best disc for your ability, it will be cheap, and you wont have to break the disc in.

But I also suggest that you don't buy them unless you can try them first, and that means you need to find a dealer that has a large variety of pre-owned discs, AND lets you try them out before you buy them. I believe the Clearwater store provides this service, I know TheThrowShop, located at The Ponds At Lakeshore DGC in Yipsitucky, Mi. provides this. A lot of courses have locals that have pre-owned discs you can try and trade for.


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