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I think you can order them on Walmart.com and have them shipped to your local store. At least you used to be able to. 
 

I did this once a few years ago, they would not ship them to my house…had to do in store pickup. Odd. 

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Walmart in Clinton usually has them - about $7 for a box of 90. They have them on a pallet right next to the sporting goods counter where you can get your hunting license.

I wouldn't get them shipped to your home - most of them will be broken.

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2 hours ago, Mr.Stu said:

Walmart in Clinton usually has them - about $7 for a box of 90. They have them on a pallet right next to the sporting goods counter where you can get your hunting license.

I wouldn't get them shipped to your home - most of them will be broken.

This.  That's the cheapest/closest place to get 'em right now.  Heritage Guild Easton does have them, but they're pricier... like $19/box for 135 clays.

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53 minutes ago, Krdshrk said:

This.  That's the cheapest/closest place to get 'em right now.  Heritage Guild Easton does have them, but they're pricier... like $19/box for 135 clays.

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