- Promotion Expires May 15, 2013
• $25 for $50 worth of merchandise at MakeABall.com • Personalize everything from baseballs to hockey pucks with photos, words and numbers • Shipping is not included (costs range from $5-$15 depending on weight of order) • Current shipping time is 4-5 weeks after redemption, so act fast to give for the holidays! • Easy online redemption instructions will be emailed to you on your voucher sent within minutes of your purchase Being a fun fowl, DealChicken likes having a ball. This deal is about having a ball by custom designing your own! For only $25 you can pick up two hockey pucks, baseballs or softballs personalized with photos, text and numbers of your sports star. You can also choose a football, volleyball or soccer ball. Imagine your sports fan showing off their customized ball to their friends that sports the team's photo or stats. If basketball is your sport, the site has those too (though you'll pay $10 at check out for this option). Once you select your ball, start making it personal with photos and clip art inserted into ready-to-go layouts. Balls are constructed of high-gloss synthetic leather and can be personalized with names, teams, events awards, achievements, photos and more. These balls, valued at $50, make a memorable, unique gift for any sports lover or athlete.
Once you purchase this great deal, you will receive an email within minutes containing your voucher. The voucher will have detailed instructions with a direct link to the website where you will redeem this deal.
$25 for $50 worth of merchandise at MakeABall.com
- While you can purchase multiple vouchers from DealChicken, you can redeem only one at a time. Detailed instructions will be on the voucher we will email you directly after your purchase. Shipping is not included and costs range from $5-$15 depending on order. Current production time is 4-5 weeks after redemption. Online redemption only. Not valid on tax. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
- The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
The first basketball game was invented in 1891 by a physical education teacher named James Naismith, who was tasked with finding a winter sport for his students. He hung two peach baskets at each end of the gym and played with a soccer ball.