Narfcake wrote:Was this purchased from the catalog? In general, DTG prints aren't going to be as vibrant versus a screen print.
Now if it's way off, that's a defect. Maybe post a pic?
Thank you. Maybe that's it? But, I *think* all my shirts were bought from the catalog. The "Count to Pi" shirt that I am comparing it too was in the same order, and I *think* that was a catalog shirt, too. Is there a way to tell by looking at my order which ones were catalog orders? Do non-catalog orders have a different price? I paid $11 for both shirts (both standard, not AA). Does that tell me anything? Hmmm... I'd like to figure this out, because if this is how all the digital prints are, I will avoid them in the future for pictures with bright colors, and if not, I would like to get a shirt that's done right. I just feel like it's not gift-giving worthy. I know my friend really wanted this shirt, and will be disappointed when she sees it, too.
I am not sure how to attach a picture (yes, I'm one of *those* people), and my camera is really skewing the colors anyway. You can tell that the two shirts are very different colors in the pictures, but the camera is actually making the colors look much brighter than real life.
This is my first time ordering from Woot. I ordered 9 shirts, and this is the only one that had this problem. I tried contacting customer service, but alas, they are saying they can't help me because it's past 21 days. I'll have to check if that's the case if we count that the package arrived waaaay past the due date. (Had to give an IOU as a b-day gift, even though I ordered way ahead of time.) They gave me a coupon as an apology for that without me even saying anything, which was nice. If it *is* over 21 days past when it arrived, I don't think it's much over. Isn't that the way it goes.
I may be out of luck on this one, but I would still like to know if this is normal for the digital prints or not.
Thanks for taking the time to help! ;)