@ponagathos That’s a good price on the black Ralph Lauren shirts. I used to get them for hubby (although he required a V neck which cost more) and they were about $25 for a 3 pack. Very nice tees tho. I still wear them around the house.
@ponagathos@RiotDemon really? maybe i’ll get these for my partner then. he wears a black tshirt almost every day of the week and we’re always looking for nice ones. i was thinking $17 for two was high, but if they’re really nice maybe it’s worth it.
Not too long ago on a dark stretch of highway, I was puzzled by an SUV (I think) ahead of me. Took a moment to realize I wasn’t seeing the reflection of my headlights — all I could see were its tail lights, and maybe a faint impression of something dark.
I don’t like black T-shirts, in fact the only one I have ever gotten along with is the stealth flask shirt from a month ago or whenever. And that one has been lost in the laundry since the first time I spilled taco juice on it. meh, how about some festive colors FYI, next level T-shirts are on Amazon for $6 and change all day long in multiple colors with prime shipping.
Compared with a Meh order placed by someone with a membership that includes free shipping, a six-shirt order from that site (with UPS SurePost shipping for $7.95) works out to less per shirt for any size below 2XL (and selecting a greater quantity improves the deal further, obviously).
Sorry meh. Your dammed if you do. Your dammed if you don’t. People just aren’t happy unless they have something to complain about. I have never bought one if your meh shirts or pillows but one of these days I might. I have just been waiting for the right one. As in super cheap XXL. In pink or yellow.
The sizing on these is a lot smaller than you expect. They are finally mentioning it, believe it. I have given away every meh shirt I have ever bought as I can’t even get them on. Order two sizes up if I ever brave it again, I will.
Next Level tends to be at the of lists when it comes to shirts for custom printing. They fit similar to a slim fit tee, the material feels smooth and comfy, and it breaths well.
I personally think Next Level gives a better fit and feel than Hanes, but that’s just my opinion. Beware, the sizing is a bit small and the shirt tends to shirt a bit after a few washes. If you’re a Medium, I’d suggest buying a Large.
This is confusing. $6/shirt isn’t a super deal, but if you load it into the cart, it says a 2-pack for $6, which I would totally order. However, you can’t check out, because it says you have to buy another one.
So is it $6 for a 2-pack and you need to get two 2-packs = 4 shirts for $12?
Or is it really just 2 shirts for $12? (That’s not really a 2-pack, @meh, so could you clarify?) Thanks!
@versabox similar sizing. Might be slightly softer? I like the neck on the next level better. The collar doesn’t roll under. At least not yet with any of my shirts. All my AAs eventually started doing that.
I can’t believe anyone bought this. It makes me so sad. $8.50 for a black T-shirt on a “deal” site?!?!? I guess it’s fair play considering all the bitching about shirts if meh doesn’t want to sell good ones. But who the hell buys them?!?!?
@brenden77 same here. Been arguig with Chad that 1 order was for 2 shirts for $6. He either can’t read it or just being stubborn snd diesnt want to read wha WE see and understand. Very disappointed. I ordered 2 sets of 2 and they charged me as such, but only sent 1 of each. He states its what I ordered. Damn it Chad! We are telling you to go back and read the description again!
@badger65@brenden77 the original sale says $12 for two shirts. When you get to the order page it’s a build your own two pack. Each shirt being $6. The order page gets a little muddled, but that doesn’t change the original sale page saying two shirts for $12.
@badger65 They used to do a Two for Tuesday thing where you bought two of the same exact thing and people complained- “but I want one red and one blue”. So they switched up the way you order to make those people happy. But they haven’t really found a good way to make it clear- a lot of weeks people have the same question as you.
@cinoclav@dave@RiotDemon Or you could just go back to making people buy a real 2-pack. Stop bitching, people, if one blue thing is good two are better- you don’t need a red one to make your life complete.
@cinoclav@RiotDemon I agree, we’ve got work to do to improve this. One thing I’m working on is changing these kinds of offer titles to “Pick-2” instead of “2-Pack” to help make it clearer.
We’ve discussed things like “1 of 2” but it is challenging to have a different checkout process for this particular type of sale. Still, as I said, we need to be trying something to improve the experience and reduce confusion.
Ordered two – men’s medium, women’s xl. Got a men’s medium, and what appears to be a men’s xl. HUGE shirt, no “women’s cut” about it. Looks exactly like the medium, except much much bigger. No indication on the tag it’s a women’s sizing shirt.