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post #1 of 8 Old 05-06-2014, 12:36 AM Thread Starter
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Where online can I get the cheapest lunge whip?

I went to a few local feed/tack shops and the lunge whips were $25 or $30.

I'm 15 and obviously on a budget but quality is important!

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-06-2014, 12:42 AM
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Horseloverz.com has a 5.5' lunge whip with a 6' drop for $6.95 plus shipping. Can't comment on the quality.

A site called opentip.com has a 66" (5.5') lunge whip for $5.76 plus shipping. Again, can't comment on the quality.
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Thanks! I'll check them out!
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Also if you have a TSC in your area, they have lunge whips for $10. Mine has lasted for 3 years without an issue.
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https://www.horseloverz.com/search/main/lunge%20whip/
Horseloverz has these terrific $2, $5, $10, $20...etc. ONE DAY sales every month or so, if you can hold out.
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A lunge whip needs an oversize box so altho the whip may be cheap, the shipping may be high. Best to check it out.
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A lunge whip needs an oversize box so altho the whip may be cheap, the shipping may be high. Best to check it out.
Yep! A lot of places gouge you on the shipping cost. More often than not, it equals out to the same price or more than you'd pay to buy in store.
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When it comes to shopping and shipping, check out Jeffer's and Chick's. Jeffer's has great customer service on a toll - free line.
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