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Topic # 81855 19-Apr-2011 11:14
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like choose your own picture you would like on it with free shipping

one that is hq so if i wash it the picture dose not come off or start to peel after a wile

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  Reply # 460437 19-Apr-2011 11:27
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Cheap or high quality - extremely rare to find both together.




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  Reply # 460445 19-Apr-2011 11:40
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I've had reasonable success with iron on transfers, as long as there's no sharp pointy corners.

Otherwise, it depends what you mean by cheap.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 460452 19-Apr-2011 11:53
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bazzer: I've had reasonable success with iron on transfers, as long as there's no sharp pointy corners.

Otherwise, it depends what you mean by cheap.


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  Reply # 460471 19-Apr-2011 12:36
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I've paid more than that for a sandwich. You get what you pay for.





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  Reply # 460473 19-Apr-2011 12:37
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That must have been a bloody awesome sandwich!!!

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  Reply # 460474 19-Apr-2011 12:40
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It was! A footlong subway sub with avocado and bacon costs about $15.




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  Reply # 460484 19-Apr-2011 13:00
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Vistaprint?

Don't know what they charge, but I used to get emails from them all the bloody time so I know they do t-shirts.

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  Reply # 460486 19-Apr-2011 13:10
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freeviewfan:
bazzer: I've had reasonable success with iron on transfers, as long as there's no sharp pointy corners.

Otherwise, it depends what you mean by cheap.


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Can you even buy a tshirt including shipping for $15?!

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  Reply # 460492 19-Apr-2011 13:31
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The Warehouse, where everyone gets.....




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  Reply # 460494 19-Apr-2011 13:34
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I know vistaprint did them for about $12 on special, and postage was only a few dollars but it did take almost a month to arrive. You can get courier but it was like $45 for a 300gm tshirt.

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  Reply # 460559 19-Apr-2011 16:29
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Zazzle.co.nz was pretty good - cheap as it all comes out of some unknown 3rd world country.

My one hint would be to take whatever size you want and increase it by two - they seem to operate off chinese sizes so an XL is really an M.






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  Reply # 460573 19-Apr-2011 16:49
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nate: Zazzle.co.nz was pretty good - cheap as it all comes out of some unknown 3rd world country.

My one hint would be to take whatever size you want and increase it by two - they seem to operate off chinese sizes so an XL is really an M.


thanks mate will have a look

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  Reply # 460595 19-Apr-2011 18:05
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bazzer:
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Can you even buy a tshirt including shipping for $15?!


you can, i bought one brand new off trademe. cost me $5 including shipping from southland. good quality.





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