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Firetrap Slim Fit Top reduced from £45 to £12.99 @ Bargain Crazy! £15.64

£15.64 @ Bargain Crazy
M, L, XL, XXL available. Use code WNEWA001BCP to get a further 10% off. £15.64 delivered. Firetrap short sleeve slim fit insert top With printed and flocked logos to chest. Mock t-shirt insert la…
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
M, L, XL, XXL available. Use code WNEWA001BCP to get a further 10% off. £15.64 delivered.
Firetrap short sleeve slim fit insert top
With printed and flocked logos to chest.
Mock t-shirt insert layer
Woven logo tab to side seam
Printed rubberised logo to back neck
Cotton
Machine Washable
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#1
Really £45 - so that's about £2 for the fabric and construction and £43 for the name....?....I might start selling T-shirts with 'I'm a MUG' on the front...
#2
think "'I'm a dick" would fit better
#3
Didn't take long for the George @ ASDA Brigade to get their word in, It's a designer brand if you don't agree with it then don't buy it, Stick with your market stall jeans and t-shirts like ARMANDO, LEVOS, NIKEY, ADIDOS, POOMA, FIRETROP & DEESIL.
#4
SPAMDOG;4627805
Didn't take long for the George @ ASDA Brigade to get their word in, It's a designer brand if you don't agree with it then don't buy it, Stick with your market stall jeans and t-shirts like ARMANDO, LEVOS, NIKEY, ADIDOS, POOMA, FIRETROP & DEESIL.


No, it doesn't take long for those who know when they're being taken for a ride speaking up - and those who just follow the hurd to bleet about how fab they look in a t-shirt that was knocked up India for about 30 pence.....:-D
#5
sicknote
No, it doesn't take long for those who know when they're being taken for a ride speaking up - and those who just follow the hurd to bleet about how fab they look in a t-shirt that was knocked up India for about 30 pence.....:-D
Are you paying for it NO!! so its nothing to do with you what anyone does with their money, Everthing has a markup price its the way of the corporate capitalistic world we live in, DVDs, Games, Food, Cars, Holidays, Houses, Electrical goods, If someone wants to spend their money on designer goods then fair-do's this is a good deal @ -71% whether you like it or not.
#6
SPAMDOG
Are you paying for it NO!! so its nothing to do with you what anyone does with their money, Everthing has a markup price its the way of the corporate capitalistic world we live in, DVDs, Games, Food, Cars, Holidays, Houses, Electrical goods, If someone wants to spend their money on designer goods then fair-do's this is a good deal @ -71% whether you like it or not.



Here here.
#7
Most clothing items have at least a 70% markup anyway, whether they are purchased from Tesco or a designer brand!
#8
sicknote
No, it doesn't take long for those who know when they're being taken for a ride speaking up - and those who just follow the hurd to bleet about how fab they look in a t-shirt that was knocked up India for about 30 pence.....:-D


I always find it helps my sanctimony if I can spell the sheep related words I am torturing my argument from.

As mentioned above, if you do not want to pay £45 for a T-Shirt you have the free will to not do so and go about your day. Conversely, you also have the free will to be a dick about it on the interweb.
#9
Splashmo;4651742
I always find it helps my sanctimony if I can spell the sheep related words I am torturing my argument from.

As mentioned above, if you do not want to pay £45 for a T-Shirt you have the free will to not do so and go about your day. Conversely, you also have the free will to be a dick about it on the interweb.


Just proves my point about it being a poor deal when little people have to find fault in someone's use of English to satisfy there own shallow & pettey minded needs.
Perhaps you can comment on the deal...?
#10
newbs
Most clothing items have at least a 70% markup anyway, whether they are purchased from Tesco or a designer brand!


Sorry forgot to mention - voted hot!
#11
sicknote
Just proves my point about it being a poor deal when little people have to find fault in someone's use of English to satisfy there own shallow & pettey minded needs.
Perhaps you can comment on the deal...?


Hang on. What? Its a poor deal because I picked you up on your unnecessary trolling of this deal and you link that to whether the deal is poor or not?

Alrighty then.

Anyways, nonsensical strawman arguments aside, I would not be seen dead in a Firetrap T-Shirt.
#12
sicknote
Just proves my point about it being a poor deal when little people have to find fault in someone's use of English to satisfy there own shallow & pettey minded needs.
Perhaps you can comment on the deal...?


cant find anywhere cheaper - hot
#13
sicknote
Just proves my point about it being a poor deal when little people have to find fault in someone's use of English to satisfy there own shallow & pettey minded needs.
Perhaps you can comment on the deal...?


agree 100% , waste of money.

and also, how the f can you get a XXL slim fit? whats all that about. Have you heard of many slim XXL wearers?
#14
aircanman
agree 100% , waste of money.

and also, how the f can you get a XXL slim fit? whats all that about. Have you heard of many slim XXL wearers?



Bodybuilders?
#15
Great price, not a very nice t-shirt.
#16
What a lie, £45 price from 5 years ago?

Not a bargain. Some people still to don't understand the marketing ploy to make you think you're getting a bargain. I'm all for of the asda/sainsbury stuff, good value for money and decent enough quality.

Branding on clothing is not something the savvy buyer cares about.
#17
sicknote
Just proves my point about it being a poor deal when little people have to find fault in someone's use of English to satisfy there own shallow & pettey minded needs.
Perhaps you can comment on the deal...?


Why did you even click on this deal if you dont like it??
#18
dont like firetrap myself but good deal... hot
#19
thomasc123
Why did you even click on this deal if you dont like it??


Because they want their say on the poor pricing.

You got a problem with that???
#20
Justr trying to order and whilst entering the "WNEWA001BCP" code it saysd "This coupon cannot be redeemed at the moment." Any ideas?
#21
SPAMDOG
Are you paying for it NO!! so its nothing to do with you what anyone does with their money, Everthing has a markup price its the way of the corporate capitalistic world we live in, DVDs, Games, Food, Cars, Holidays, Houses, Electrical goods, If someone wants to spend their money on designer goods then fair-do's this is a good deal @ -71% whether you like it or not.


100% agreed. I can't understand why people vote cold on some posts. I've mentioned this before on other posts - £12.99 for a Firetrap top is a good price. It's 'designer'.

If you don't like 'designer' or 'brand' name goods then don't vote it cold, just ignore the post, it obviously doesn't apply to you.
#22
johnraggett
Great price, not a very nice t-shirt.


Also agreed :roll:
#23
Matt007
Because they want their say on the poor pricing.

You got a problem with that???


err yeah !!! muppet !
#24
ignore this
#25
Matt007
What a lie, £45 price from 5 years ago?

Not a bargain. Some people still to don't understand the marketing ploy to make you think you're getting a bargain. I'm all for of the asda/sainsbury stuff, good value for money and decent enough quality.

Branding on clothing is not something the savvy buyer cares about.



disagree, the clothing from asda (any supermarket) are poor quality - which you find out after washing them once. A t-shirt from a supermarket won't be much cheaper and won't be made anywhere near as well as this
#26
Its a 'half' decent price...but heaven knows where they get £45 RRp from, these Firetrap T-shirts sell for around £19 in most relevant retail outlets,

So it is a decent saving - just dont be fooled by the £45 'from' tag - nobody in their right minds would pay £45 for a basic firetrap t-shirt.
#27
Also, considering its labelled as 'slim fit' - it looks rather baggy on that model!!!!!

Although the page is worth a peek, if not just for the lady in the bikini underneath!! haha
#28
spenspuma
Its a 'half' decent price...but heaven knows where they get £45 RRp from, these Firetrap T-shirts sell for around £19 in most relevant retail outlets,

So it is a decent saving - just dont be fooled by the £45 'from' tag - nobody in their right minds would pay £45 for a basic firetrap t-shirt.


Very true!
#29
To be honest Designer clothing is generally of better quality than the ASDA brigade. I have Tate and Lyle jumpers and they are much better quality than the paper thin, static ridden stuff from George.

Like people say if you dont agree with Designer gear prices then dont vote cold, how anyone can say £12.99 down from £45 isnt a bargain i dont know!

Voted hot.
#30
sicknote
No, it doesn't take long for those who know when they're being taken for a ride speaking up - and those who just follow the hurd to bleet about how fab they look in a t-shirt that was knocked up India for about 30 pence.....:-D

Why does it matter where it was made?

DVDs and games cost what, 10p or less to make, yet you don't moan about them. Why don't you?

Supermarket t-shirts are generally poor quality. Firetrap generally are good quality, although the £45 price-tag isn't real.
#31
thomasc123
err yeah !!! muppet !


You're the muppet for resorting to call people names, that's kids stuff in the playground.

Bash your head into the wall if you have a problem :-D
#32
It does look a bit **** though, and firetrap is pretty much past it now, sure it was ok a few years ago but every man and his dog wears it now lol. Stay one step ahead guys :)
#33
Matt007
You're the muppet for resorting to call people names, that's kids stuff in the playground.

Bash your head into the wall if you have a problem :-D


....zzzzzzzz boring
#34
why isn't dick censored when **** is?

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