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Arsenal Football Shirts Home and Away & Man U Home Shirts - £13.50 + £3.95 Postage @ Very £17.45

£17.45 @ Very
Mens Arsenal football shirts are now £13.50 (+p&p) As are Man United Home shirts are now £13.50 (+p&p) Please don't vote cold because of the team!!! Read More
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6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Mens Arsenal football shirts are now £13.50 (+p&p)
As are Man United Home shirts are now £13.50 (+p&p)
Please don't vote cold because of the team!!!
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#2
Taya
Please don't vote cold because of the team!!!


Guessing people are doing.. not sure why, £17.50 all-in for what is still the 'current' shirts, 'til next season at least, isn't too bad.
1 Like #3
VERY cold
#4
Please can you include the p&p in the cost?
2 Likes #5
cheaper to buy kleenex (other toilet tissues are available)
2 Likes #6
Bass_Monkey
Taya
Please don't vote cold because of the team!!!

Guessing people are doing.. not sure why, £17.50 all-in for what is still the 'current' shirts, 'til next season at least, isn't too bad.

Usual idiotic voting on this site for football deals
#7
excellent prices heat added cheers OP
#8
Good find. Shame all the bell ends are voting cold because they don't support the team!

I do hope however that we batter you on Sunday. I'm doing the London marathon so need to find a pub where i won't get killed if a celebrate a goal! :)
2 Likes #9
Good deal - i'd be pretty embarassed to wear this having won less trophys in the last seven years than their deadly local rivals ;)
#10
hot!

ordered 1 thanks op.
7 Likes #11
Madness7
Good deal - i'd be pretty embarassed to wear this having won less trophys in the last seven years than their deadly local rivals ;)


Just what we need someone who doesn't know how to count.

Arsenal
May 2004 - Premier League Champions
May 2005 FA Cup winners

Spuds
Feb 2008 - League Cup (wow!)
#12
wibble
Madness7
Good deal - i'd be pretty embarassed to wear this having won less trophys in the last seven years than their deadly local rivals ;)

Just what we need someone who doesn't know how to count.

Arsenal
May 2004 - Premier League Champions
May 2005 FA Cup winners

Spuds
Feb 2008 - League Cup (wow!)

Like you said "WOW" hehe :))
#13
Anyone know how much JJB sell these for in-store at the minute? Or do prices vary from store to store?
1 Like #14
So, do people trust Very now? Cos I sure don't. :p
#15
Very hot.... 13.50 bargain
#16
Wobble nicely put :)
#17
Wibble lol
#18
Very late in the season to be buying a shirt but hopefully a couple of cup finals coming up (wishful thinking) so a new shirt wouldn't go a miss.

Can still use it for playing footy in I guess.
#19
Was tempted by Man United shirt but kit expires July 2011 so I won't bother.

Fans groups are urging United fans to boycott this shirt in an attempt to oust the Glazer family so that has also swayed my decision.
#20
It's still a nike top for less than £20! Hot!!!
#21
A free del code would definitely tempt me but we all know about codes with this company!
1 Like #22
Madness7
Good deal - i'd be pretty embarassed to wear this having won less trophys in the last seven years than their deadly local rivals ;)


gutted! you got that all wrong didnt you!
#23
Just ordered Man Utd shirt from great universal for £16.50 delivered bargain only saving a quid though but better than a kick in the teeth
#24
the gooner
Madness7
Good deal - i'd be pretty embarassed to wear this having won less trophys in the last seven years than their deadly local rivals ;)


gutted! you got that all wrong didnt you!

Now if he'd have said Chelsea...
#25
good if you don't ever go to see your team, but the Arsenal ones have been £10 to £15 for a little while now at the club shops
#26
I was looking for the away Arsenal shirt in S size for quite a while, it's a gift for my brother who support Arsenal. Good find OP! Thanks!
#27
How about free printing??? lol
#28
mamboboy
I've been a member here for 3 years, and this is the first time I've seen a Manchester United orientated deal go hot. Truly a day to remember!

But it's not really is it? It's a joint deal with an Arsenal product. Now a Ferguson/Wenger alliance would be a day to remember!

As to the deal it's not bad, although a bit late in the season. I would vote hot (even though I'm a Liverpool fan) except for the fact it's Very - had bad experience with these jokers.
#29
might be voting cold if the JJB offer is still on. I got this with a name for £13.50 from there. not voted.
#30
Nice find! :D
#31
datca

As to the deal it's not bad, although a bit late in the season. I would vote hot (even though I'm a Liverpool fan) except for the fact it's Very - had bad experience with these jokers.


Agreed about it being late in the season. Not sure about Man U and Arsenal, but the new liverpool kit will be revealed on Thursday for a May 12th launch. I'm guessing that both Man U and Arsenal will have similar timescales on new kits. These shirts could be out of date very soon!
#32
shame not in kids sizes
#33
do weed need to set up credit card account to buy?
can we buy with debit card?
#34
Cold - Cheaper at Littlewoods (£16.50 delivered) for the away shirt.

http://www.littlewoods.com/nike-official-arsenal-2010-away-mens-shirt/735498994.prd?browseToken=%2fq%2farsenal+shirt&prdToken=/p/prod7490760-sku11879509

Edited By: sbfc on Apr 12, 2011 13:04
#35
Nice one.
#36
sleepycoyote
Was tempted by Man United shirt but kit expires July 2011 so I won't bother.

Fans groups are urging United fans to boycott this shirt in an attempt to oust the Glazer family so that has also swayed my decision.

Oust the Glazer family? When will you Manc's get real. They are a family of American Billonaires that probably refer to Man U as "a neat Soccer club", they have spent millions and want a return on investment. They will never leave on the behest of a load of fat sweaty manc's who refuse to buy or wear the team colours and insist on dressing like a bridage of green and yellow monkies.

Ironically the same people still shell out hundreds of £££'s for a season ticket every year - where do you think that money is going ?

Anyway decent price on the kits so heat added.

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