Cyber Monday is a thing. I’m not sure how it happened, but it did, and now we have annual Cyber Monday Lacrosse deals. It’s the way of the world. When lots of people spend money at once, companies will charge you less money! I guess that economics 101, or maybe 102. I can’t remember. I think Danish Lacrosse has the right idea though…
— Danish Lacrosse (@DanishLacrosse) November 30, 2015
Enough of me blabbering. Time to shop… online!
2015 Cyber Monday Lacrosse Deals
The Art of Lax is offering 15% off ALL WEEK, not just today, when use code CYBER15 at checkout.
If you’re doing general shopping on Amazon, if you use THIS LINK, your purchases will help support Harlem Lacrosse & Leadership. That’s pretty cool, and easy to do for almost any item you are going to buy. No brainer!
he HEADStrong Foundation is offering free shipping and 45″ HS laces on all orders today.
Paul Rabil is selling reproductions of his MLL jersey in his store. The code CYBER20 gets you 20% off.
If you donate to CityLax before the end of Tuesday (that is a nice gift – a donation in someone else’s name), you will be entered to win TWO tickets to this year’s Heisman Award. How cool is that?
Kyle Harrison is offering up a Cyber Monday bundle of LE T-shirts. Good look!
Black Friday Deals are still available at the Stringer’s Shack. Great mesh, low prices.
Buy two Rochester Knighthawks tickets, and you get a hat. Free hat! Free hat! Free hat!
The Charlotte Hounds are offering up to 50% off on items HERE. Not bad, Charlotte!
Not to be outdone, the Chesapeake Bayhawks are also offering up to 50% off on items. Use code BHHOLIDAY.
The New York Lizards will give you 15% off if you use code CYBER2015 HERE.
The New England Black Wolves are selling game tickets for only $11 today!
The Florida Launch will leave their Black Friday package deals up until 11pm tonight.
Graph-Tex has a 20% sale going on site wide.
Use the code CYBER25, and ComLax will give you 25% off and free ground shipping today.
Streaker Sports has some great deals on retro apparel. It’s not all lax stuff, but it’s good stuff, and run by a former Princeton lacrosse player.