Discussion in 'NRL' started by Prometheus, Apr 19, 2017.
Economies of scale. The only specialised product in the chain is the jersey itself.
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.
You have never been to China have you? You have nfi.
No I haven't. But I've read plenty about the conditions in Chinese factories.
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.
Sounds like a standard day in Redfern really.....
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.
That's about $8 a jersey. FMD, someone will go broke.
I bought a pen for $6 for ANZAC - much cheaper than a jersey you'd never wear again.
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!
Hobbled hand jobs in Redfern are the best.
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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