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Own A Play It Again Sports Store Franchise

Love sports? Join the #1 used and new sporting goods retailer in the world!


Ever dreamed about doing something you loved, rather than something you had to do? Love coaching your kids and being involved in the local sports scene, but don’t know how to make it your business? We can help. Play It Again Sports is the largest reseller of new and used sports gear and equipment in the world and we are looking for entrepreneurs like you to help us grow our top-rated franchise sporting goods brand!

$1,458,020

Top Quartile
Average Gross Sales

$747,620

Top Quartile
Average Gross Profit

51.28%

Top Quartile
Average Gross Profit %

60%

New Products

40%

Used Products
 
 
 
Our franchisees are our customers – parents and grandparents of children who love sports and fitness. This gives them a winning edge at understanding the needs of their market.  They buy only the best gear in good condition and offer fair trade-ins and payment on the spot, building customer loyalty with every transaction.

Our unique business model allows our customers to create their own discount by trading in product they no longer use.  We have a strong value proposition: great new and quality used sports and fitness gear at affordable prices. Why sit on the bench any longer? Click here to learn more and join our team today!

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*As stated in Item 19 of the 2019 Play It Again Sports® Franchise Disclosure Document (based on 2018 Average Gross Sales and Gross Profit as reported by the 252 stores that had been in operation at least one year as of December 29, 2018). This average only relates to the 63 Play It Again Sports® Stores who ranked in the top 25% of the gross sales range. Of the 63 reporting stores in the top quartile, 23 or 37% of the stores attained or exceeded the top quartile Average Gross Sales and 21 or 33% of the stores attained or exceeded the top quartile Average Gross Profit. A new franchisee’s results will likely differ from these results.