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Official FIFA World Cup 2010TM sponsors Castrol have joined forces with the Daily Express to give away 5,000 retro World Cup T-shirts to the first lucky readers to place their order!

You can choose from a host of classic World Cup teams, including England, Brazil, Argentina, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland.

All you pay is £7 per shirt, which includes both personalisation - you add your own name to the back - and postage and packing.

Few info from fullfilling company:
-Lead time for delivery is 28 working days (might be faster)
-The numbers are already on them you cant choose.
-Its not Free. They are £7 whether personalised or not.
-The size is standard one size (Large)

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#1
Sorry for picture
http://owczar.co.uk/tshirtworldcup.jpg
#2
Why expired-is it a dud post ?
#3
since when was £7 free?
to cover p&p?? shut the hell up, you can post a shirt for little more than a quid retail, when sending 5000 out as they claim to be doing, you probably pay about 50p each, plus 10p tops for bulk bought envelopes.
#4
and you can't select the number.
[mod]#5
andiejn
and you can't select the number.


The numbers relate to the year the team won the cup (or the vintage year) ie Argentina 78 or Brazil 70 England 66
God knows what they'll put on the back of the Scotland shirt though


Heated £7 is a good price
banned#6
andywedge;8860802
The numbers relate to the year the team won the cup (or the vintage year) ie Argentina 78 or Brazil 70 England 66
God knows what they'll put on the back of the Scotland shirt though

Heated £7 is a good price


Nonsense from a mod. The year may represent what appears to be the best campaign for the country involved. 1974 is already highlighted for Scotland, a tournament in which they went home undefeated. :thumbsup:
#7
The fact that you get it personalised makes this a good offer, the t-shirt it'self looks pretty cheap
[mod]#8
aScottishBloke
Nonsense from a mod. The year may represent what appears to be the best campaign for the country involved. 1974 is already highlighted for Scotland, a tournament in which they went home undefeated. :thumbsup:


So, Scotland celebrate drawing lots of games? Nice :-D
#9
No sizes when you order ? No good paying £7 to get a medium or large shirt when I'm XL or XXL for a baggy comfort fit....cold sorry
#10
have some heat - the posts made me smile - and welcome to HUKD:thumbsup:
#11
andywedge
So, Scotland celebrate drawing lots of games? Nice :-D


Did ireland win the world cup in 1994 then? jesus I must have missed that one....

Nonsense from a mod indeed :whistling:
#12
Keeps coming up with errors when I try to order.

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Root element is missing.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.

Exception Details: System.Xml.XmlException: Root element is missing.

Source Error:


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Line 1161: Dim doc As New XmlDocument()
Line 1162: doc.LoadXml(xmlString)
Line 1163:
Line 1164: Dim objErrCods As XmlNodeList


Source File: E:\XMLi5\Products\[url]www.access-24.co.uk\Application\App_Code\XMLi5.Components\Shopping\Shopping.vb[/url] Line: 1162

Stack Trace:


[XmlException: Root element is missing.]
System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.Throw(Exception e) +76
System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.ThrowWithoutLineInfo(String res) +61
System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.ParseDocumentContent() +3979720
System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.Read() +151
System.Xml.XmlLoader.Load(XmlDocument doc, XmlReader reader, Boolean preserveWhitespace) +112
System.Xml.XmlDocument.Load(XmlReader reader) +108
System.Xml.XmlDocument.LoadXml(String xml) +113
XMLi5.ShoppingCart.Insert(String ProductID, Decimal Price, Int32 Quantity, Int32 PackQty, String ProductName, String ProductImageUrl, Int32 MaximumOrderQuantity, String Editing) in E:\XMLi5\Products\[url]www.access-24.co.uk\Application\App_Code\XMLi5.Components\Shopping\Shopping.vb:1162[/url]
WebSite_ViewBasket.Page_Load(Object sender, EventArgs e) in E:\XMLi5\Products\[url]www.access-24.co.uk\Application\WebSite\Shop\ViewBasket\ViewBasket.aspx.vb:94[/url]
System.Web.UI.Control.OnLoad(EventArgs e) +99
System.Web.UI.Control.LoadRecursive() +50
System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint) +627




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#13
Really it should be 67 on the Scotland shirt if you don't want us celebrating draws then!
#14
Error now gone but have seen this.....


Please enter NAMES in UPPER CASE (small 'c', [SIZE="3"]aposthropies[/SIZE] and [SIZE="3"]hypens[/SIZE] are allowed)

Examples: McDONALD O'REILLY JONES-BROWN

After you have entered all names please CHECK the SPELLING and then Click the 'Confirm' button to enter your delivery and payment details.


Doesn't bode well if their spelling is like that. :w00t:
#15
Jumpingphil

Please enter NAMES in UPPER CASE (small 'c', [SIZE="3"]aposthropies[/SIZE] and [SIZE="3"]hypens[/SIZE] are allowed)

Doesn't bode well if their spelling is like that. :w00t:


You seem surprised?

Remember that the only people who read the Daily Express are the educationally subnormal ;-)
#16
cb-uk
You seem surprised?

Remember that the only people who read the Daily Express are the educationally subnormal ;-)



Oh thanks, I didn't realise that.
It's the first time I've read a bit of the Express. :thumbsup:
#17
i like andywedge
i like ascottishbloke.......

but which is better..there's only one way to find out.....[SIZE="6"]MOD FIGHT![/SIZE]

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