10 Ways to Save Money on Sporting Equipment for Your Kids

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A budget-conscious mom of two children, Jessica Samuels, encourages her kids to engage and compete in youth sports. However, that participation comes with a hefty price tag. She needs to look at ways to save money on sporting equipment.

Samuels’ children are on the swim, bowling, golf, softball and baseball teams. Between uniforms, shoes and other equipment, Samuels has to spend a small fortune on gear. One sport alone can cost hundreds. “When they signed up for baseball, they had to get a new uniform,” Samuels said. “That’s easily $100 to $150, and they outgrow them within a year.” But Samuels thinks the sacrifice is worth it. “It’s all about building an active lifestyle, developing a love of sports, being active and being a part of the community,” she said.

According to TD Ameritrade’s survey on parents and sports, 37 percent of survey respondents said they spend $500 . . . → Read More: 10 Ways to Save Money on Sporting Equipment for Your Kids