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Show us your PS3Blog.net T-Shirt!

Ceidz just received his PlayStation Shapes PS3Blog.net t-shirt and he loves it! Here is his comment on the t-shirt:

Also, I must admit, I’m quite impressed by the quality of the t-shirt! It really is great and comfortable!

I’ll do another T-Shirt giveaway at some point don’t worry. But if you can’t wait you can order it from the links below. Be sure to use these discount Coupon Codes for Zazzle.

EMAILSURVEY3 = $5 off purchase of $20 or more.
SHIRTSSAVING = 15% off your next t-shirt order.

$22.95 PlayStation Shapes (Front Only) – PS3Blog.net T Shirt
$31.45 PlayStation Shapes (Both Sides) – PS3Blog.net Tshirt

Since Ceidz sent in a photo of him wearing his cool PS3Blog.net T-Shirt he gets 1000 points! This offer applies to anyone. If you buy a product other than a T-shirt, I’ll give you 400 points if you sent in a photo. I’ll keep this forum topic updated with all the T-Shirt pics.

Here is Eddie and his PS3Blog.net T-Shirt

Comments

  1. looking good cediz!

  2. Royalty32

    WTF!!! R u kiddin me. $30 for a shirt that my lil sister can make. C’mon Ps3blog what the hell is goin through ur mind. U are totally ripping ppl off big time.

  3. ^ Calm down …. It’s higher priced because the color design is on the back as well. There is a option just for the front that’s cheaper.

    Zazzle ups the cost for printing color on the back, I have zero control over that.

  4. Yeah.

    Zazzle sucks big time.

  5. What do you recommend instead Sakinah? I tried another place before Zazzle and there printing sucked compared to Zazzle. At least for this design. I did notice you have a Zazzle Store btw.

    Honestly I like Zazzle, printing on both sides is pricey I’ll admit that. But they do quality work too.

  6. Royalty just likes to complain about everything 😛

  7. Tosh: What do you recommend instead Sakinah? I tried another place before Zazzle and there printing sucked compared to Zazzle. At least for this design. I did notice you have a Zazzle Store btw.Honestly I like Zazzle, printing on both sides is pricey I’ll admit that. But they do quality work too.  ^

    Zazzle is the best out there I just hate how much they take out of your sales.

    Cafepress is an alternative but I’m not too big of a fan of them either.

  8. Cool! I want one of those! Oh yeah, others might think it’s a rip off but who the hell I care? 😀

  9. lol, all my shirts I make on zazzle I keep the lowest royalty rate on, at 10%. Making money isn’t too big of a deal for me lol

  10. @jimmymagnum I just keep it at default which is 10% as well.

  11. @Trev thanks ! 😀

  12. Ceidz: @Trev thanks ! :D   

    think you need to update your avatar 😉

  13. At 10% profit from each shirt sold… that would translate to $3 tops for the double sided one. Many, maaaaany t-shirts need to be sold to even make it worth your time. Best of luck.

    • @EdEN You can actually get referral $ as well. For the double sided t-shirt it’s possible to get $8.16 profit actually. But without the referral it’s $2.84 which isn’t bad. But you have to use referral links like the ones in the post.

  14. Mmm, interesting. It makes a HUGE difference then to purchase the shirts from the referrral links since profit basically triples. Doesn’t make much sense, but if that’s how things work, who are we to argue?

  15. I should be able to get one of these shirts soon. I had tons of things to pay off lately. Excited to get one.

  16. Once I get enough profit from these shirts. I’ll do another T-Shirt Giveaway 😉 If you buy one, please use the links in this post.

  17. lol, I’ve only gotten one royalty check so far. My most popular shirts were the “I survived the swine flu pandemic of 2009” and my “Venture Industries” shirt, as well as the hat.

  18. @xberserker I’ll get a t-shirt soon 🙂

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