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Threadless 2 Cool 4 School Sale All Tees $12 £6.48

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Threadless have another sale on their t shirts, good quality tshirts that you aren't likely to get anywhere else.

I'm a big fan of their shrits and i have about 15 of their shirts usually quick with their shipping although can take 3-4 weeks to recieve the products.

Don't forget the voucher hopefully that will keep the price below the import tax amount..
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banned#1
Does that include delivery to UK?
#2
I too have ordered some of their shirts and they are good quality with fairly swift shipping generally-I would recommend the company.:)
#3
I'm wearing a top from there today! After changing my outfit a zillion times! :D
#4
12 dollars a t-shirt.

Then basic postage is:
1/2 t-shirts $9
3/4 t-shirts $15

However I think 3 is the safest you can be to avoid any custom charges, i have been stung before and it wasn't pretty. So they can be pretty hot on it, as the full value is printed on the outside of the parcel.

So for ordering 2 tshirts, comes to around £8.50 a tshirt - all depending on your exchange rate and any fees you might incur using your card (I recommend Nationwide Flex ;) )

Oh and coupon/promo codes don't work during the sale periods, unless you are really really lucky :D

PS. I'm a bit annoyed that they've increased sale prices to $12 each as opposed to $10 :(
#5
Another Threadless fan here, however, I think that the amount you can spend before getting hit by customs is £18, so as the exchange rate is not as good as it has been, I don't think I'd want to risk getting 3.

According to xe.com, £18 = $33.3452

You could probably get 2 at $12 and then 1 at $5 and be safe though (not many at £5 though)
#6
Is it better to but two at a time to avoid the customs charge?

How much is the customs charge anyway?
#7
is it just me or does this look rude?... :oops: http://media.threadless.com/product/125x136/1294-minizoom.jpg

apparently it's one of their t-shirts... weird.


http://media.threadless.com/product/1294/view1.jpg
#8
Code does not work :( for me.

Would it be cheaper to buy the t shirts in sets of two to avoid the tax even if it means paying more in basic postage?
#9
Sorry to keep posting. But can you not mark them as gifts or would it still get whacked with tax? Threadless says that the price wont be printed on the invoice?
#10
JIM1973ANDREWS
Sorry to keep posting. But can you not mark them as gifts or would it still get whacked with tax? Threadless says that the price wont be printed on the invoice?


Honestly don't know, I've only ever bought enough to stay below the £18 mark. As far as I'm aware, the £18 doesn't include postage. I know that some people have been stung quite a lot having to pay the import tax, as you have to pay some kind of handling fee on top.

Personally I wouldn't risk it.
#11
JIM1973ANDREWS
Sorry to keep posting. But can you not mark them as gifts or would it still get whacked with tax? Threadless says that the price wont be printed on the invoice?


As it is a commercial item they are obliged to put/declare the price of the items on the outside of the packaging for customs. Irrespective of whether it is destined as a gift for someone else, or for yourself.

Of course some will get through and not get slammed, but if you do get hit you will regret it, paying £12 on some t-shirts costing £20 is not nice :(
#12
Mike73
Honestly don't know, I've only ever bought enough to stay below the £18 mark. As far as I'm aware, the £18 doesn't include postage. I know that some people have been stung quite a lot having to pay the import tax, as you have to pay some kind of handling fee on top.

Personally I wouldn't risk it.


The £18 doesn't include postage.
I'm not risking ordering more than 2 shirts at a time, though if you were to order 2 x $12 shirts and 1 x $5 shirt, you should be ok. Link to the $5 tees: http://www.threadless.com/5dollatees

muddyfox470


Oh and coupon/promo codes don't work during the sale periods, unless you are really really lucky :D


I was lucky enough to use their lovesthreadless code twice during the sale before they disabled it, I wish I'd have been quicker but certainly can't complain.

muddyfox470
PS. I'm a bit annoyed that they've increased sale prices to $12 each as opposed to $10 :(


I was at first until I realised that ALL their shirts seem to be $12 each, including all the selects and even one which was $40!
#13
You might want to check out what I'm selling in the FS section http://hotukdeals.com/item/233831/100-threadless-voucher-great-sale-o/

It's a voucher I got from my work as a Christmas/leaving gift, $100 threadless spend — selling for £40 or best offer.
#14
meridimus
You might want to check out what I'm selling in the FS section http://hotukdeals.com/item/233831/100-threadless-voucher-great-sale-o/

It's a voucher I got from my work as a Christmas/leaving gift, $100 threadless spend — selling for £40 or best offer.


Have PM'd you, am happy to pay £40. :)
Edit: Have now sent the money by Paypal.
#15
I didn't know there was an option to mark it as "Gift" at the bottom of the basket page. Would that save me from paying customs? About 6 shirts I want.
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NathanRandom
I didn't know there was an option to mark it as "Gift" at the bottom of the basket page. Would that save me from paying customs? About 6 shirts I want.


No, it doesn't work like I mentioned before. It only removes the invoice in the package itself, which states the individual items and their costs.

For customs, as they are commercial items they have to note down the amount on the outside of the packaging for importing etc, whether it is a gift or a bought item the limit remains at £18 exc postage.

You may get through you may not, it's the luck of the draw.

http://customs.hmrc.gov.uk/channelsPortalWebApp/channelsPortalWebApp.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=pageLibrary_PublicNoticesAndInfoSheets&propertyType=document&columns=1&id=HMCE_PROD1_028770 just noticed it's going to change from December to £105 wooooo :D
#17
£105 limit great :), didn't know that was happening

If your really desperate for 6 shirts order them sperately even when i've had 2 packages arrive at the same time blatantly from the same company never been hit by customs, ordering seperately is still cheaper than getting hit by the customs charge.
#18
hot
love this tee, but it's not in stock in xs :(
http://www.threadless.com/product/915/In_The_Fast_Lane#zoom
#19
I always find it funny how the XL and XXL are always sold out on threadless.

Just goes to shows how popular the site is in the US. Hehehe.
#20
I bought 4 t-shirts from there and it was £13 import text which I don't think is much considering at the normal full price it's what $70 for 4 t-shirts including postage which is around £10 each for cool t-shirts is a pretty good deal anyway.
#21
Are the sizes here the same as in the UK? Is the large size a LARGE for Americans?
#22
What's the Carbon Foot Print on these thing's ???? ;-)
#23
kevingattaca2
What's the Carbon Foot Print on these thing's ???? ;-)


t shirts aren't very heavy, plus they're all manufactured in china anyway
#24
I love Threadless tees and I've just bought two more. Was going to buy three but I've been hit by customs tax before - Royal Mail are taking the mick charging an £8 handling fee!

Annoyingly, the small tees that I buy end up really small after I wash them :$
#25
muddyfox470
No, it doesn't work like I mentioned before. It only removes the invoice in the package itself, which states the individual items and their costs.

For customs, as they are commercial items they have to note down the amount on the outside of the packaging for importing etc, whether it is a gift or a bought item the limit remains at £18 exc postage.

You may get through you may not, it's the luck of the draw.

http://customs.hmrc.gov.uk/channelsPortalWebApp/channelsPortalWebApp.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=pageLibrary_PublicNoticesAndInfoSheets&propertyType=document&columns=1&id=HMCE_PROD1_028770 just noticed it's going to change from December to £105 wooooo :D


2. Limits of the changes

We have identified several blogs/internet forums where these changes have been welcomed but widely misunderstood.

It appears people incorrectly believe that from 1 December 2008 goods with a value less than €150 (£105) imported from outside the EU will be admitted without any import charges being levied, but the Regulation applies only to Customs duty.

Import VAT and Excise duties (where applicable) will still apply at the current rate.

Because of this misconception, on some websites people are being wrongly advised to start their ‘Christmas internet shopping’ for goods imported from outside the EU, after the introduction of the increased duty limit on 1 December 2008. This last minute rush (when import VAT and if appropriate excise duty will still be charged) is obviously something both HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and Royal Mail want to try and avoid.

So am I right in saying that from the sounds of it, you've still got the problem of having to pay VAT if it's over £18?
#26
Ok...so I want to order like 8 lol. What is the custom charge?
#27
Haushinka
Ok...so I want to order like 8 lol. What is the custom charge?


There's no 'custom charge' as such. Customs will charge VAT on them (at 17.5% obviously) which I (and most people) are happy to pay. However Royal Mail charge an £8.00 handling fee which is somewhat exorbitant in my view (Yes I know its fixed and you pay the same £8 if you import something worth £4k).

As an example, I recently ordered $47 of shirts from threadless. I was charged £4.11 in VAT and £8 Royal Mail 'handling' charge'. I always ask them to mark it as a gift, but I have only not been charged once (out of 6 or 7 orders).

So if you order 8 @ $12 each, that'll be (roughly) £52.20. So you'll have to pay postage, £9.10 in VAT and £8 handling charge.
#28
Finally got the "two unicorns" shirt I have been after for a while. Thanks to OP.
#29
ultrak3wl
Finally got the "two unicorns" shirt I have been after for a while. Thanks to OP.


I dont have the balls to wear the two unicorns ****ing !
#30
What I've ordered ! What a little threadless tart I am !

http://media.threadless.com/product/1395/minizoom.jpg

http://media.threadless.com/product/1203/view1.jpg

http://media.threadless.com/product/1337/minizoom.jpg

http://media.threadless.com/product/853/minizoom.jpg
#31
Price drop to $9 on over 140 designs. Some sizes are out of stock but definately worth a look if you're a Threadless fan! http://www.threadless.com/catalog/price,9

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