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General Category => News => : Wire May 15, 2006, 07:34:51 AM

: May 14th 2006
: Wire May 15, 2006, 07:34:51 AM
We now have a Myspace account (thanks a lot, Trows, for the style design and the initiative). It's at ( We know there are other Game Over myspace accounts out there, but this one is the official.
And we've got some questions about our prices on t-shirts and CD:s. We can guarantee that they are non-profitable.

Take a look at our t-shirt budget:
Printing + t-shirt: about $11 (screen printing film per t-shirt $6.95)
Postage cost: about $12
The extra 2 dollars are for PayPal costs/credit card costs (Wire has a VISA card for this purpose only) and in case the dollar goes down again.
Still think it sounds weird? Then we have to remember that the Dollar value fell hard in comparision to the Swedish krona around 2002 from 10 SEK to 6-7.20 SEK where it has stayed for a while now. And unfortunately the t-shirt weights about 260 g which means it passes the 250 g postage limit. In 2002 the Swedish postal service removed the Economy letter service for letters sent outside of Sweden which affected our prices as well.
We hope you're pleased with this explanation.

: May 14th 2006
: zMETALica May 15, 2006, 01:05:01 PM
finally, majorly kick ass, i'll be posting a news post over at Metal Underground bout this in a bit.

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: May 14th 2006
: Wire May 15, 2006, 04:29:03 PM
Yo, thanks!

: May 14th 2006
: The Wez May 16, 2006, 12:14:45 AM
How much is the total price for 2 Demo's if you send it to Belgium?
And is it OK if I put the money in a envelope together with my home address? Because I am not registered with Paypal.

The Wez

: May 14th 2006
: Wire May 16, 2006, 05:13:21 AM
Wez: Two demos are €8 for all of Europe (as stated in the prices table on the Order page). And yes, you can put money in an envelope. Make sure they're well hidden.

: May 14th 2006
: DrunkenGamer May 22, 2006, 06:02:41 AM
I´m worried about the T-Shirt size...

Wire, you size it´s one size only and it fits everyone... could you post the "measures"?


: May 14th 2006
: Wire May 22, 2006, 11:18:51 AM
The t-shirt is size XL. I can wear it, my grandfather could too and the guy who's wearing the shirt on the pic has a 110 cm waist measurement and is 1.89 m tall. Hope this helps.

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