Even though Threadless just had one of their big sales, they just released a pretty big coupon today. After getting enough fans to show some love on Twitter, they released the coupon early, so you’ve got an extra day to get your shopping in. The code, which expires on Monday (5/30) is good for 25% off all orders $25.00+. $25 is a key number because it means that in most cases you’ve got to purchase at least two shirts to get the discount. Still, two Threadless shirts are a helluva lot better than one in my opinion, so I don’t think that’s much of an issue. I’ve added the code to the Threadless coupon page, which I do my best to always keep updated with working coupons (whenever possible that is).
I know I’ve been writing more about t-shirt sales/coupons lately, but that’s just because I’ve been a little busy, and, more importantly, there have been a ton of great deals for companies that I like. Posting about actual shirts will resume very soon.
I apologize for the back-to-back posts about t-shirt sales. But…both these sales are great discounts from popular t-shirt companies, so I felt compelled to share them with you.
So yeah, Threadless’ Camp Wannatee Summer Sale just went live earlier today. During the sale, which expires 5/18 (Wednesday), all Threadless shirts are only $12.00. This isn’t quite as good a deal as their $10.00 sales, but it’s dang close. Close enough that I don’t even care. $12.00 Threadless shirts are the best kinds of shirts. That’s all–head over to Threadless to shop the sale. We’ve also got a Threadless coupon, although I think they have disabled all coupons during the sale. It’s worth trying though.
Expect a return to your regularly scheduled non-sale t-shirt blogging soon.
Howdy folks–hold off on those Threadless purchases you were about to make, because they’ve got a sale on the way. The sale will go live Monday, so you just have to wait a few days and then you can save your mon mons (money). I’m hoping for the fabled $10.00 tee sale, but I am unsure what the discount will actually be at this point. Check back Monday for more details.
Hawt damn–it’s March Mania at Threadless. If you thought March Madness was cool, check this out: All t-shirts at Threadless are only $10 until 10 am CT on March 23rd. That doesn’t give you time to lollygag (sorry, I was late in notifying people!).
I just got an email about a mini-documentary on Threadless’ incredible growth as purveyors of t-shirts. In the documentary they interview Jake Nickel (founder of Threadless), as well as other Threadless employees, designers, and general enthusiasts. I recommend you give it a watch.
You can find the original post on the documentary over at Motherboard.
There are so many awesome things going on in this shirt (most of which are directly referenced in the very apt title). I’ve never been to Portland, but it seems pretty spot on from what I’ve heard. Headbands, big hairy beards, and fixed gear bikes are where it’s at.
Anyway, this shirt from Threadless’ Artist Shoppe made me laugh uproariously, and is pretty damn witty to add to that. You can pick it up for $22.00. I just wish I could use my STPs on it.
P.S. I hope no one thinks I’m insulting Portland. I really want to visit there as soon as possible. And Seattle. I wouldn’t mind adding San Francisco and Berkeley to that list too, actually.
It’s that joyous time of the year again–the time when Threadless slashes their prices and allows the world to go crazy buying shirts for only $10! All shirts are $10 and all hoodies are $30. The sale will end June 14th, but in reality, I’m pretty sure they almost always extend their sales beyond their scheduled end date.
You can go check out all the great t-shirt deals at Threadless.
I haven’t posted about an individual Threadless shirt in a long time, but boy oh boy did this shirt make me want to change that. I like everything about it, from the crazy awesome drawing style, to the yellow t-shirt, to the minimal use of white for just the sun, clouds, smoke and wagon covers. It looks awesome.
Both characters are pretty cool looking, but I think I’m pulling for the bad guy on the back of the shirt. It’s all about the hat/cape looking coat combo.