Yes, the ANZAC jerseys do raise money for the RSL.

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  1. The Mad Hatter

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  2. GAZF

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    Economies of scale. The only specialised product in the chain is the jersey itself.
     
  3. The Mad Hatter

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    I bought a camo jersey tonight.

    Have to say I like it.

    And I couldn't resist the men in uniform with Legacy badges. Hello sailors ;-) bloody great cause.
     
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    You have never been to China have you? You have nfi.
     
  5. Prometheus

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    No I haven't. But I've read plenty about the conditions in Chinese factories.
     
  6. The Mad Hatter

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    Jerseys don't feel as good if they're not made by the hobbled hands of a seven year old working for a bowlful of rice a week.
     
  7. beave

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    Sounds like a standard day in Redfern really.....
     
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  8. Pommy

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    my biggest problem with the Souths one is it's not even an Anzac shirt. It has nothing to do with remembrance and with only $5 going to charity it's a blatant scam.
     
  9. ed-grimley

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    That's about $8 a jersey. FMD, someone will go broke.
     
  10. ed-grimley

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    I bought a pen for $6 for ANZAC - much cheaper than a jersey you'd never wear again.
     
  11. Perth Red

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    How can they sell nrl jerseys in uk cheaper than here? Surely with postage and import duty you would think they would cost more?
    Broncos iron man jersey in uk $110
    In oz $170!
     
  12. The Mad Hatter

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    Hobbled hand jobs in Redfern are the best.
     
  13. Prometheus

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    They are probably exported to the UK directly from the country of manufacture. The the pound sterling has a lot more buying power that the Aussie dollar does, so they'd get them more cheaply. Th UK store would also not be charging you GST.
     

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