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gusvonpooch wrote:I wish more of these shirts had the design on the back. No one likes a price increase but $2 more for an American made shirt seems reasonable after 4 years.
I am starting to think Woot buys reject/factory second shirts from AA anyways, that should keep the costs down. It would account for the oddball problems I have had lately (improper dying, weird cut-down-the-side at a bad angle issues) and the fact that one size Small may be a totally different size than another Small (even shirts of the same color). In the end though, if I like the shirt I dont care about 2 bucks.
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Cons: So was the tank.
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So if Amazon bought Woot, does that mean we can pay for purchases with Amazon gift cards??
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tman2088 wrote:Random shirts will remain at $6.66 per shirt.
From the staff.
Also from the staff.
Jason Toon wrote:
Much as we wish we could, we can't run our little t-shirt wonderland on cupid feathers and unicorn smiles. As of today, Shirt.Woot's first-day price for t-shirts will increase to $12.
With a couple extra bucks to pump into the Shirt.Woot Wonder Machine of Fabulousness, we'll hit ever-higher heights of t-shirt glory. We've resisted any price increases for over four years now, and we think twelve dollars plus free shipping is still a pretty rad price for high-quality, exclusive graphic tees.
The sad fact is, nothing in our business - blank shirts, ink, labor, shipping - is getting any cheaper. A happier fact is that Shirt.Woot has a full roster of cool projects in the works for 2012, which we just couldn't do on the incredible shrinking margins of our old price.
Thanks for sticking with us lo, these many years. And thanks in advance for paying a little more so that we can stick around for many years to come. Excelsior or something!
Wherever you go, go with all your woots. ~Conwarpius