renegadetim wrote:Same here, if it's a supply change, it doesn't seem it will make anyone happy because it's not AA.
There are other blanks out there that are decent and non-AA, but they don't cost less than Anvil.
I do see the Tultex 0202 as an Anvil 980 alternative, but with a smaller color palette and supply issues from time to time, I can't imagine that being a good option either.
It's not like stock of shirts goes bad, so they have to get rid of all the old shirts before they expire...
As a recipient of a well-this-shouldn't-have-happened-shirt (the blanks were at least 2+ years old), there's no expiration date in the standard sense. Storage conditions can dictate otherwise, however.
Maybe all these changes have bankrupt the Shirt.woot world and they're going to stop selling shirts completely?
That's hypothetical of course. I'm not sure they're making more than they used to per shirt, but I'm sure they're probably still making at least the same amount or more with the cheaper cost, extra plus sales, and the catalog being available now as well.
I hope not. More discussion on this at another time ...
Remember the days of 3000 first day sellouts and a few 6000 first day sellouts(or almost sellouts, can't remember if there were any 6000 sellouts)? Those types of numbers are very rarely reached now...
The first 6k sellout was Family Breakfast. The last 6k sellout was Shhhhhhh.