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3-19-2009 @ 7:36PM
The hats and the shirts run the same price. I suspect they're prices are more in line with the cost of the printing process (which embeds the ink directly into the fabric instead of screen printing or...ick...heat transfers) coupled with the shipping costs and reserving whatever percentage for their profit margin. The shirts and hats themselves probably don't even merit any real overhead costs.Still, $25.00 for a hat is a bit (??) steep. It's typically the going rate for a custom print on a shirt, though.I'm still toying with getting a shirt done...but I'm also toying with getting a figure print too. And with also needing to...well...you know...EAT and pay RENT and of course, let's not forget about my Internet and my WoW subscriptions...I'll be passing on these for awhile yet./le sigh
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