Summer sale on signed football memorabilia at icons.com - "home of the world's top footballers"
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Summer sale on signed football memorabilia at icons.com - "home of the world's top footballers"

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Found 15th Jul 2008
50 special items with up to 75% off.
"With no football to enjoy over July, we at Icons want to put a big football smile back on your face. For a limited time only the first ever Icons Summer Sale brings you 50 of our incredible signed shirts and photos at massively reduced prices!
With discounts of up to 75%, you can own rare and exclusive signed shirts and photos from footballing Icons including; Ryan Giggs, Pele, Cesc Fabregas, Emmanuel Adebayor, Diego Maradona and many, many more. Visit the all-new Icons site to see our huge full range!"

Includes:
Emmanuel Adebayor
Signed Arsenal home shirt
£149.99 Now £59.99

Pele
Signed classic Brazil shirt
£249.99 Now £199.99

Ryan Giggs
Signed Man United photo
£44.99 Now £19.99

Sir Geoff Hurst
Signed England 1966 photo
£99.99 Now £39.99

Cesc Fabregas
Signed Arsenal box canvas
£124.99 Now £99.99

Dirk Kuyt
Signed Liverpool home shirt
£139.99 Now £59.99

etc etc

Returns
We are so proud of our products and confident that you will be equally impressed that we offer a 100 per cent refund policy. If for any reason you are not entirely happy with your purchase, simply return to us in re-saleable condition within three days of delivery and we will provide a full refund.

2 Comments

Another deal voted cold with no explanation I see! Granted it's a bit pricey considering the shirts go for a lot less without the signatures, but if they are genuine (which I honestly think they are) then they are worth it!

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DarkSoldier;2536700

Another deal voted cold with no explanation I see! Granted it's a bit … Another deal voted cold with no explanation I see! Granted it's a bit pricey considering the shirts go for a lot less without the signatures, but if they are genuine (which I honestly think they are) then they are worth it!



Thanks DarkSolider - I agree. Icons has represented countless footballers over many years, so I have no doubt these signatures are genuine. A case of voters being scared off by the price before they see the deal, perhaps.
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