At most Old Navy stores, they have a giant bouncy ball machine display.   These bouncy balls at Old Navy are $0.25 each and are about 2″ in diameter.

Balls at Old Navy

If you just want a couple of them, you can simply put your quarter in the machine.

However, if you’d like to buy more, ask the manager about buying the a whole bag.  Each bag has 40 and/or 50 balls, making it $10 or $12.50, depending on which bag your store carries.  You may have to make a few trips throughout the year to get the supply you need.

Below is a picture comparing it with a baseball and a regular bouncy ball.

balls at Old Navy 2

 

Please note this is a CASH deal – CASH as in “In God We Trust” cash, no debit/credit cards, and no coupons apply.

 

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6 Responses to $0.25 Bouncy Balls at Old Navy

  1. Donna says:

    I picked up my Old Navy Bouncy balls today in Sacramento, CA. I was thrilled to learn about these as this is my first year of preparing multiple boxes (thanks to discovering Clip With Purpose). I know how much fun these can be as my grandchildren have always loved bouncy balls and these are the best ones yet! THANK YOU!

  2. Sindia says:

    So glad you were able to get them Donna!
    Blessings!!!

  3. Karla says:

    Definitely going to check it out – thanks for the tip!

  4. Jason says:

    These rubber balls SUCK! Seriously, I bought two of these for my kid last week and was all excited because they seem cheap. Then I tried them out. They don’t bounce anywhere near as high as a more costly rubber ball. This is probably how they managed to get the cost down on them. I don’t know what they’re made of but they’re a cheap knock-off of real rubber bouncing balls. Don’t buy them!

    • Mary says:

      Perhaps you got a bad bunch. I have purchased many of them and LOVE them. All the ones I have purchased bounce high. In fact we were still packing boxes on Monday and my friend grabbed a ball and took a break from packing and bounced it around the room….she had a blast….then back to work packing shoeboxes. We LOVE these balls. I am sorry you found a few that weren’t good.

  5. Andrew Fong says:

    I juggle for fun. While most professional jugglers use larger balls, I find these a good size to juggle, bounce off of floors, etc. without being so large that I risk damaging a lot of items in my house. I even want to go back and get a set of 5 so that I can learn how to juggle 5. (my max is currently 4).

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