As mentioned before, using good quality balloons (not the ones that have been sitting on the store shelf forever) will make balloon twisting a lot easier for you!
If you want to simply buy a bag (of 100 or 250), you may want to buy it off Amazon.com to save on shipping. (See links below.) If you want to see what other balloon products are out there, check out Tmyers.com. They are a pretty well-known company with a large selection. If you are buying A LOT of stuff, Balloonmerchant.com has less selection but is well-priced. I’ve ordered from both.
260s (2 inches wide, 60 inches long) are the most common size used for balloon twisting. You’ll want to start with these.
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160 balloons (1 inch wide, 60 inches long) are good for adding detail to balloons, or just to make smaller version of any 260 balloon design.
100 count bag of 160 balloons (Traditional, Vibrant, & Carnival Assortments)
350 balloons (3 inches wide, 50 inches long) are great for making larger sculptures.
100 count bag of 350 balloons (Traditional Assortment)