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41 minutes ago, Big Col said:

That’s a bit pricey. Especially at a time when people are struggling.

Don't worry it will be 50p in the sale in a few months time alongside your HYYTS  CD of T.H.I.S.T.L.E as a free gift

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3 hours ago, Big Col said:

That’s a bit pricey. Especially at a time when people are struggling.

At the same time a lot of people are not struggling.  Anyone I know working from home is saving £ not travelling or spending on food or drink outside.  Couple friends on furlough have a 2nd job.  It's a weird economy and it will get weirder.

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£35 for an adult top? 

Not sure if a T-shirt or a precursor for their strip template?

Seems pricey on the face of things right enough.

Also can't see an opportunity for wearing that?

 

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1 hour ago, Lambies Lost Doo said:

At the same time a lot of people are not struggling.  Anyone I know working from home is saving £ not travelling or spending on food or drink outside.  Couple friends on furlough have a 2nd job.  It's a weird economy and it will get weirder.

That's not really the point unless you're trying to say most folk are better off now and most folk will restart their employment just  where they left off. Reality is we're heading for a recession. Large scale unemployment, job insecurity, reduced hours etc are part and parcel of what's in store for many.

I honestly don't believe that Greaves/O'Neils are pitching their products at a limited I'm alright Jack, I've got two jobs market. That would be niche marketing gone completely mental. More likely they've bought/produced limited stock and not withstanding the £5 donation are trying to maintain their normal margins.  £30 (plus donation) for a T Shirt seems to me too pricey under normal conditions never mind these uncertain times. 

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I understand why it’s being done, but so many companies are now using the “£5 from ever purchase goes to NHS” that it’s becoming a way of marketing off people’s support of NHS. 

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At the risk of appearing "sexist," in my opinion the design looks more likely to appeal to females than males, but besides that, 35 quid for any tee-shirt, for any purpose, is exorbitant.

On another point, I see that the Airdrie diamond design is still being pushed to Jags fans by Puma (or is that old stock that Greaves couldn't shift last time?). Nothing on that page (so far) tempts me. 

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14 hours ago, thru thin and thin said:

How many causes can we get on the one shirt?

 

14 hours ago, BowenBoys said:

One?

Two ?

I would hope that Thistle as well as the NHS get something from it. If not financially, then in PR.

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Yeah, I think I'd rather spend 10 quid on a t-shirt and give 25 to the nhs

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7 hours ago, Jaggernaut said:

At the risk of appearing "sexist," in my opinion the design looks more likely to appeal to females than males, but besides that, 35 quid for any tee-shirt, for any purpose, is exorbitant.

On another point, I see that the Airdrie diamond design is still being pushed to Jags fans by Puma (or is that old stock that Greaves couldn't shift last time?). Nothing on that page (so far) tempts me. 

The Diamond stock is from 10 years ago mate, the new merchandise doesn’t arrive until June 

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All sold out now so @Pinhead you will need to wait on a 2nd hand previously worn one becoming available on Ebay.  :getmecoat:

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1 hour ago, elevenone said:

All sold out now so @Pinhead you will need to wait on a 2nd hand previously worn one becoming available on Ebay.  :getmecoat:

I think they are looking at producing more 

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25 minutes ago, javeajag said:

I think they are looking at producing more 

I understand they did as it was initially 200 for sale and it sold so quickly they increased it to 600 and they have sold out now too

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2 hours ago, elevenone said:

All sold out now so @Pinhead you will need to wait on a 2nd hand previously worn one becoming available on Ebay.  :getmecoat:

Aww gutted, no doubt batch 2 with unicorns for badges will be printed soon

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3 minutes ago, Third Lanark said:

I understand they did as it was initially 200 for sale and it sold so quickly they increased it to 600 and they have sold out now too

plenty of folk still in need of bog roll then it seems!

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Looks like a good start for the O'Neills/Greaves partnership in terms of sales?

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1 hour ago, Third Lanark said:

I understand they did as it was initially 200 for sale and it sold so quickly they increased it to 600 and they have sold out now too

Imagine how many they'll sell of an actual red & yellow home jersey. If they get it out soon.

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4 hours ago, Third Lanark said:

I understand they did as it was initially 200 for sale and it sold so quickly they increased it to 600 and they have sold out now too

That is impressive, especially with money being in short supply for many people just now.

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