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Where to Sell T-Shirt Designs Online?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by charto03, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. charto03

    charto03 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Have a couple cool T-Shirts we made and wanted to know where you suggest I can post them for sale online?
     
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    ipwned Regular Member

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    You can set up your own store with Spreadshirt: http://www.spreadshirt.co.uk

    I've seen loads of stores that are doing really well and I've bought a t-shirt from a Spreadshirt store and it's good quality.

    Oh and another cool thing about them is that you can choose the t-shirt you want them to print on so you can get some American Apparel stuff so that's pretty cool.
     
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  3. charto03

    charto03 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    awesome thanks so much that is exactly what I was looking for. Do you know of any others?
     
  4. dunhill

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    Try ebay.. :)
     
  5. mbreezy

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    If you have the graphics ready but no actual shirts made, I would agree with ipwned and use spreadshirt.

    If you already have the physical shirts made I would get your own site going. You can put your shirts on amazon and ebay. Also, market yourself on instagram and other social media.
     
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    Spreadshirt is a great site. I recommend to use the premium membership. You won't have any spreadshirt logo's, and you can use your own url for example and it would look like a way more professional webshop in stead of having a webshop on their domain/url.. with all their stupid logo's and advertisement.

    PS: They give you a nice % of the sales, in my opinion and they have nice clothes.

    Good luck.
     
  7. WizGizmo

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    Here are a couple more::

    - Printfection
    - Zazzle

    There is also CafePress, but I have seen some bad
    reviews about them. From what I hear, their printing
    quality is rather poor.

    Cheers! - "Wiz"