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T-Shirts Fruit of the Loom x 10 @ Groupon £16.99 incl postage
T-Shirts Fruit of the Loom x 10 @ Groupon £16.99 incl postage

T-Shirts Fruit of the Loom x 10 @ Groupon £16.99 incl postage

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Ideal pack of 10 plain T-shirts, Fruit of the Loom brand.

Choices of sizes and colours.

I want them to practice printing T-shirts with as a home hobby.

Thought this was a great price for so many £1.69 each.

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Can't go wrong at that price

beware of shrinkage

Good deal. I was expecting to read 35% god-awful polyester , but pleasantly surprised 100% cotton :-)

25% off your "first" order using code FIRST too making it around £11.24


Edited by: "M0nk3h" 22nd Sep 2016

Subtotal: £14.99
Shipping & Handling: £1.99
Discount: -£3.75

Total: £13.23

I tanyou ! let's get printing :-)

Ordered. Thanks!

Thanks. ordered.

this site is killing me today

fish323

Can't go wrong at that price


yes, you can

BritishDragon

Good deal. I was expecting to read 35% god-awful polyester , but … Good deal. I was expecting to read 35% god-awful polyester , but pleasantly surprised 100% cotton :-)



I bought one of these t-shirts for 2.80 on amazon just to try and it's one of my most comfortable t-shirts i own compared to a lot of £10-£20 printed t-shirts i own, just hope these are all manufactured to the same quality.

AsariMilk

Thanks. ordered.this site is killing me today



it would of killed me if i ordered the xbox one deal luckily i resisted.
Edited by: "burningmoney77" 22nd Sep 2016

Cheers op, ordered ☺

dataload

yes, you can


yes!!! ordered once...rubbish quality....for work only,goes in the bin after first washing

A good price for a basic 165gm/m² but they tend to lose shape quite badly after the first wash as shurken notes. Excellent as disposable wear, especially at the price.

Good price..can any printing gurus point me in the direction of the best site to get a single logo embroidered polo shirt please?! (At a reasonable price, some want £34?????

Banned

shurken

yes!!! ordered once...rubbish quality....for work only,goes in the bin … yes!!! ordered once...rubbish quality....for work only,goes in the bin after first washing


yep, you said it X)

£10.50 from topcashback for first time Groupon buyers

calvin22580

£10.50 from topcashback for first time Groupon buyers


Has this worked for you or anyone else by any chance?
Edited by: "Alex235" 22nd Sep 2016

Original Poster

pete1696

Good price..can any printing gurus point me in the direction of the best … Good price..can any printing gurus point me in the direction of the best site to get a single logo embroidered polo shirt please?! (At a reasonable price, some want £34?????


Etsy site, Pinterest or Facebook Cricut sites - prices start around £15-£20.
Edited by: "googley2" 22nd Sep 2016

Alex235

Has this worked for you or anyone else by any chance?



I paid £13.23 for the t shirts but my cashback has tracked as £0.56 with Topcashback. I'll be asking for an explanation in the morning. Although, to be fair, the Topcashback website does state "Your transaction may initially track lower before being uplifted once validated."
Edited by: "lucy1sally1" 22nd Sep 2016

Save your money, these are dusters

M0nk3h

25% off your "first" order using code FIRST too making it around £11.24


Showing £13.23 for me -_-

holidayinn

beware of shrinkage



you're still talking about t-shirts, right?

lucy1sally1

I paid £13.23 for the t shirts but my cashback has tracked as £0.56 with T … I paid £13.23 for the t shirts but my cashback has tracked as £0.56 with Topcashback. I'll be asking for an explanation in the morning. Although, to be fair, the Topcashback website does state "Your transaction may initially track lower before being uplifted once validated."



You have literally JUST answered your own question. Stop wasting the time of TCB and go to school.

lucy1sally1

I paid £13.23 for the t shirts but my cashback has tracked as £0.56 with T … I paid £13.23 for the t shirts but my cashback has tracked as £0.56 with Topcashback. I'll be asking for an explanation in the morning. Although, to be fair, the Topcashback website does state "Your transaction may initially track lower before being uplifted once validated."



Thanks for letting me know, at least some cashback is better then none.

holidayinn

beware of shrinkage



​none so far

good offer, purchased
Edited by: "Barnes1990" 23rd Sep 2016

Oooo can't beat cheap t-shirts, thanks!

holidayinn

beware of shrinkage



Yep, I've bought fruit of the loom stuff before and it always shrinks to at least 2 sizes down so always buy 2 sizes bigger

Got some of these a couple of weeks back - didn't think to post it
Washed at 40 deg and no sign of any shrinkage yet
Quality seems excellent for the price, though I had two of them unthreaded at the 'hem'
Bargain

Note: these a 'value weave'
Edited by: "mrew42" 23rd Sep 2016

Expensive duster. Bought last week , wash on a 30 and the large ended up being 2 sizes smaller and it's a really funny shape !!! Only worn 3 and this happened to all 3 . They where meant to be for work !!!! Even if you wear once at £1.50 for one use, is expensive.

CharlesCalthrop

A good price for a basic 165gm/m² but they tend to lose shape quite … A good price for a basic 165gm/m² but they tend to lose shape quite badly after the first wash as shurken notes. Excellent as disposable wear, especially at the price.



What would you recommend instead?

Great find, bought. I always need cheap T Shirts for DIY/Gardening. This will do me for years LOL. Thanks OP

omfgzbilly

Oooo can't beat cheap t-shirts, thanks!


true, they would fall apart

perfect for dusting though

will using the FIRST code, stop topcashback honouring the £10.50 cashback?

Heat. Ordered for £13.23 with TCB at 58p

f4h1dul

What would you recommend instead?



For long term wear you can often get a pack of 3 t-shirts from Lidl from time to time at 3 for £6. Lightweight but keep their shape extremely well and soft to boot. Hanes Beefy is quite good and often turns up on ebay for a decent price.

Personally I prefer true heavyweight such as the much missed Deckards (320 gm/m²) or Citylab.

dataload

true, they would fall apartperfect for dusting though


Meh, they'll do for a couple of wears

CharlesCalthrop

A good price for a basic 165gm/m² but they tend to lose shape quite … A good price for a basic 165gm/m² but they tend to lose shape quite badly after the first wash as shurken notes. Excellent as disposable wear, especially at the price.


What's a gm?

Tharinduk

Showing £13.23 for me -_-



He might not be including delivery

If I'd not bought fifteen in that Poundshop deal a while back....

Heat added.

I would highly recommend looking at the £2.50 (approx) per T-Shirt in Primark. I have been surprised with the quality of the material and how well they fit. I have a slim/athletic build in case you are wondering.

Thinking that you would much rather of have 6 T-Shirt that you look good in rather than 10 that you may not.
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