This Sports Authority Coupon For 20% Off Cannot Be Used For Anything

Sports Authority misses you so much that they sent out a 20% off coupon that doesn’t apply to sports equipment or 68 named brands. You might, might be able to get 20% off a pair of socks.
Offer valid only while supplies last and not applicable to canceled orders due to out-of-stock merchandise. Discount applied when TSAWIN is entered as the promo code at checkout. Order must be confirmed by 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time on February 24, 2008 to receive discount. Discount does not apply to
taxes, shipping and handling charges, gift wrapping or similar charges.
Discount not applicable with returned merchandise; total discount will be deducted from the value of any returned item to which the discount applied. Discount excludes the following:
Atec,
Bauer,
Bladez,
Bowflex,
Butterfly,
Callaway,
Carhart,
Casio,
CCM,
Cobra,
Coleman Boats,
Columbia,
Crocs,
DeMarini,
Easton,
Escape,
Etyomic Research,
Fly Flot,
Footjoy,
Front Porch Classics,
Future Beach,
Garmin,
Goaliath,
Goalrilla,
Goalsetter,
Ground Control,
Hi-Tec,
Heelys,
Jugs,
K2,
Kettler,
K-Swiss,
Leatherman,
Leisure Life,
Louisville,
Louisville Slugger,
Magellan,
Magnum,
Miken Sports,
Minolta,
Mission,
Mizuno,
Mongoose,
Motorola,
Muzono Golf,
Nike,
Nike Golf,
Oakley,
Penn,
Pelican,
Pro Feet,
Rawlings,
Razors,
Roces,
Rollerblade,
Salomon,
Shimano,
SKB,
Spira,
Spring Step,
Taylor Made,
The North Face,
Tippmann,
Titleist,
Trend Sports,
Under Armour,
World Industries,
and Worth brands,
Treadmills,
Bikes/Ellipticals,
Home Gyms,
select table games,
trampolines & accessories,
and electronics/optics.
Cannot be combined with any other promotional offer nor is this offer valid on previous purchases. Entire order must be shipped to a single address and customer is responsible for all shipping costs for returned merchandise. Any illegal posting of this promotional code will result in immediate disaffiliation. This promotional offer may be modified or terminated at any time without notice.

This post probably constitutes an “illegal posting,” so sorry everyone for ruining your terrible coupon. Do tell us though, what would you have possibly bought?

Related: After reading this post a former Sports Authority manager wrote in with 9 confessions, including “the coupons are always a sham.”