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35 minutes ago, faultydet said:

Can someone explain what the "upgrade" option is for the signed guernsey?

Why is it 5 times the price of the original?

Yeah, I did a pre-order during the last quarter and Upgrade #1 and Upgrade #5 weren't options.  Bit confused also.

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44 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Herald Sun (Good Friday) posters sold off in limited edition run 

only the generic $4 posters available 

best to get from the selected newsagents or Woolworths 

Go Dees 🏆 2021

the foil version going for 500-1000 on ebay, yikes.

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Bought  a t shirt and cap from the Demon shop and was lucky enough to get one of the 1000 limited edition herald sun posters. Will be getting one of these when available also.

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1 hour ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Herald Sun (Good Friday) posters sold off in limited edition run 

only the generic $4 posters available 

best to get from the selected newsagents or Woolworths 

Go Dees 🏆 2021

Stupid question time….

Whats the main difference between the limited edition poster compared to the generic?
 

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26 minutes ago, qarocks said:

the foil version going for 500-1000 on ebay, yikes.

Far out! I was lucky enough to stumble across this when I missed out on the limited edition poster! I won't be selling it though!! 

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Very limited tshirt range at the moment. Only one for ladies available. Most sizes have already sold out

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6 minutes ago, rpfc said:

They have must have been smashed by demand this morning. Got to keep up the items and just say it will take a month to get them to you. Or two months. But keep taking peoples money!!

Yea doesn’t make sense that they don’t have back order. 

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10 minutes ago, Kiss of Death said:

Chatted to the merch people, the difference between Upgrade #5 and the generic version is that you are buying a confirmed item number - edition #5 of total 2021.. ie the Tracca number.

Oh wow.  Okay, an extra $8000. Hmmm

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Bought the framed / signed jumper, was more than I had anticipated spending but I work hard and this may never happen again (Until 2022-2024).

Got a laminated copy of the Herald sun poster. I thought that looked better than the Weg design.

Will get a shirt from the Demon store and finally make my own piece consisting of photos and my 17 membership cards, hope to get it signed at the next family day.

 

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Done my bit. Brought a cap tee shirt and 12 badges. (already had 10 of them).Jordon wasn't available at the demon shop. Brought a laminated knight poster at the herald sun shop.

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Lazy $400 dropped on merch thus far. DVD set and I’m sure other products will start coming soon now that we’ve won. The first one will be special so [censored] it - I’m going all out. 

Split between AFL and Demonshop - Cheese board, cap, mask, hoody, stubby holders and premiership jumper. 

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I noticed you can bid on some of the players jumpers from last night. 

But I was drinking my coffee this morning and now I need a new mug because it has the premierships  on the back and obviously it's now outdated. I suspect more premiership merchandise will come out. The club will make a killing. 

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3 hours ago, danielE288 said:

Bought  a t shirt and cap from the Demon shop and was lucky enough to get one of the 1000 limited edition herald sun posters. Will be getting one of these when available also.

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I only see youth and infant versions. No adult sizes.

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