Holiday Deals In The Techdirt Insider Shop

from the tis-(almost)-the-season dept

With the holiday season upon us, we figured it was time to offer some special deals over at our Insider Shop — just in case you’ve got someone on your list this year who would appreciate some Techdirt gear or a subscription package (or if you feel like giving yourself a gift this season). So today we’re unveiling two limited-time offerings. First up, the Holiday Bundle:

For only $99 (over $50 off the regular price), the Holiday Bundle includes:

This package will only be around for a limited time, and some sizes are already selling out, so if you want one, don’t wait too long to order! We’re also happy to announce a special deal on multiple t-shirts, for those who want a complete set or need a few to give out as gifts:

If you’re ordering t-shirts, the bundle or any other gear as a gift, please order soon to ensure shipping in time for the holidays! We’ve spoken to our fulfillment partner and determined that orders placed by December 14th (in the US) and December 9th (internationally) should arrive on time with all shipping options, and depending on your location there may be express shipping available, too—but ordering early is always safer!

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weneedhelp (profile) says:

Re: Re:

A little outdated but still relevant:
This year, about a billion T-shirts have been made for the United States market, or four for every back. Domestic mills produced about 609 million outerwear-style T- shirts and produced another 300 million meant to be worn as underwear. About 108 million shirts have been imported.

T-shirts are the only clothing sold not just in stores, but also on the street, in gasoline stations, bowling alleys, movie theaters and zoos. A single shirt can fetch as little as $5 or as much as $150 when sold in boutiques. Even better, in Manhattan’s Times Square, three shirts can sell for as low as $10.

Large makers like Fruit of the Loom Inc. and the Hanes division of Sara Lee Corporation, together account for more than 50 percent of the domestic outerwear T-shirt market, with Fruit of the Loom having a somewhat higher share than Hanes. But retailers buy only about 15 percent of their shirts directly from the manufacturers. The rest filter through wholesalers who either print T-shirts themselves or sell to independent, entrepreneurial style printers.

Yes classic indeed.

out_of_the_blue says:

Modest Mike had to get a Merchandising Minion to write this.

So maybe he does have a touch of self-consciousness, if not shame.

Take a moment for Mike “Streisand Effect” Masnick and click:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streisand_effect
Actual unsolicited testimonial: “Until I read Techdirt.com, I didn’t know what shameless self-promotion was!”

Atkray (profile) says:

Re: Modest Mike had to get a Merchandising Minion to write this.

…and ootb gives an early Christmas present by actually reading who wrote an article.

Hmmm maybe the Mayans were right.

On Topic, I got a pair of the zippered hoodies for my wife and I, and they are very soft. This was good because she was determined not to wear it before she saw how soft and comfy it was.

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