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I wouldn't pay more than £2. Anything above that is a rip-off.
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Like £5 from a market
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You can make t-shirts on computers these days too.
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You can make t-shirts on computers these days too.
Yeh - well you can print a design onto them. I might try that. SnappySnaps does it too.
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no more than about 15...maybe 20 if it had long sleeves (not really a tshirt anymore tho i guess)
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It's a T shirt!!
I put £10 or under as I cannot justify spending a lot on just a T shirt! I try to be careful with money too.
I think over £40 is getting ridiculous, even for designer ones.
Sales & outlets people!

Surely if it was some amazing top, not a T shirt, that is then I might be prepared to pay more. It all depends a lot on the item itself, brand, quality, original price etc.

I know I voted in this, but I actually don't know how much I'd pay. It would really depend on the top.
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It's a T shirt!!
I put £10 or under as I cannot justify spending a lot on just a T shirt! I try to be careful with money too.
I think over £40 is getting ridiculous, even for designer ones.
Sales & outlets people!
Outlet? You mean different branches of the same shop? I thought they all had harmonised prices? :s
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Outlet? You mean different branches of the same shop? I thought they all had harmonised prices? :s
I mean like Bicester Village outlets where they sell designer clothes for sale prices. I thought that's what a shopping outlet was, where you could buy brand name items for lower prices. They have them in the US too.

http://www.bicester-village.co.uk
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I mean like Bicester Village outlets where they sell designer clothes for sale prices. I thought that's what a shopping outlet was, where you could buy brand name items for lower prices. They have them in the US too.

http://www.bicester-village.co.uk
Yeh, I go to Bicester now and again, although I never buy anything.
I think that somebody may have been getting outlet confused with branch?
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i wouldn't pay more than £8. Why buy one for say £20 when you could buy four for that price. (Long live Primark!) The most i've paid in the last year is £4. I don't think anyone really cares how much someone elses clothes cost, its more a matter of personal pride.
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Relative. However in the £40 range max.
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I would be prepared to pay in between £10.00 and £15.00 for a t-shirt, however I get all of mine for less than a fiver (work discount, heh):cool:
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i wouldn't pay more than £8. Why buy one for say £20 when you could buy four for that price. (Long live Primark!) The most i've paid in the last year is £4. I don't think anyone really cares how much someone elses clothes cost, its more a matter of personal pride.
Perhaps because the one for £20 may look a lot nicer? I appreciate that not everyone is into fashion, though.
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Not really more than £20. I Wouldn't have bought my Paul Frank one for £25 only got it because it was £15 so yeh no more than £20
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Do you haggle? My mum haggled for the tracksuit she bought me yesterday...very embarassing!
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Perhaps because the one for £20 may look a lot nicer? I appreciate that not everyone is into fashion, though.
You can buy nice stuff without paying a lot.
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Its a T-shirt... £20 MAXIMUM! no matter how cool it is.
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Just a bog standard T-shirt? 15 quid. Maybe 20 if it was cool e.g. slogan... Band t-shirts are a bit different but even there i'd draw a definitive line @ 35 quid - cos to be honest - IT'S JUST A T-SHIRT!!!
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