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50% off all home/away shirts, kit and training wear in the Megastore

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Following the successful Easter extravaganza which ran through April in the Megastore and saw many Wednesday fans win great prizes and discounts, for a limited time only, Wednesdayites now have the chance to grab a bargain!

All remaining home and away kit and training wear is slashed to half price for the final time in the Megastore.
 
We have limited availability in certain styles and sizes across the home, away and training wear range so buy now before it’s too late. Once they have gone they have gone! 

Visit the Owls Megastore or the Sheffield Wednesday Online Shop now!


 


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even at half price its overpriced

 

that should be the regular price for a shirt at the start of the season

 

still make a tidy profit and sell them out rather than having them hanging around like playoff final tshirts

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14 minutes ago, WelshOwl74 said:

even at half price its overpriced

 

that should be the regular price for a shirt at the start of the season

 

still make a tidy profit and sell them out rather than having them hanging around like playoff final tshirts

Zzzzzzzzzzzz

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33 minutes ago, WelshOwl74 said:

even at half price its overpriced

 

that should be the regular price for a shirt at the start of the season

 

still make a tidy profit and sell them out rather than having them hanging around like playoff final tshirts

 

agree.. £90 for a childs kit is obscene 

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I was going for a pair of training leggings, but only ones left are for the fatties!!!

Will have a look on Sunday and see if there are any play-off t-shirts left.

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Now the same price as last year's gear. Surely that should be reduced down concurrently?

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Might buy a pair of shorts for my holidays if still in stock Sunday 

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3 hours ago, dan1980 said:

Zzzzzzzzzzzz

 

He’s right though.  The discount brings it in line for normal pricing 

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Went and bought a shirt for my 14month old this after. £17.50 I paid ain’t too bad but was no way I was paying £35 for it at start of season! 

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5 hours ago, WelshOwl74 said:

even at half price its overpriced

 

that should be the regular price for a shirt at the start of the season

 

still make a tidy profit and sell them out rather than having them hanging around like playoff final tshirts

 Not sure you why you have been negged for pointing out the truth . It’s still a rip off at that! However , I like the black shirt so will probably buy me. Stupid me. 

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Mate at work is a west brom fan , their home shirts have gone down to £10 so why the hell are ours still a rip off £30 !!

We've still got no idea how to maximise the pricing at our club.

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No rush

 

They’ll be 50% off the current kit right up until the new one arrives in November...

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50 minutes ago, james o connor said:

 Not sure you why you have been negged for pointing out the truth . It’s still a rip off at that! However , I like the black shirt so will probably buy me. Stupid me. 

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50 quid for a pro fit away shirt

if that was original price and a decent brand (nike,addidas) I could understand

 

but that's half price for a brand that no ones heard of

 

 

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Either buy one or don't it's that easy 

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7 hours ago, Watto said:

Mate at work is a west brom fan , their home shirts have gone down to £10 so why the hell are ours still a rip off £30 !!

We've still got no idea how to maximise the pricing at our club.

So sell them for for what the club paid for them, break even and make no profit? Fizz FFP! Great Idea! Besides West Brom are shifting their stock because their next season's shirt is already on sale.

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The black away shirt will most likely be our 3rd kit next season, just like the black and yellow striped one is this season. 

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The white anniversary kit should be our 3rd kit for 5 years at say £30 per shirt then we could keep selling it year after year. its a classic

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Never seen the shop so busy. Got my training wear and shuffling toward the front of the queue 

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On 02/05/2019 at 22:52, WelshOwl74 said:

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50 quid for a pro fit away shirt

if that was original price and a decent brand (nike,addidas) I could understand

 

but that's half price for a brand that no ones heard of

 

 

 

Doesn't really matter what price they are. 99% of our fans wouldn't fit into them.

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Got the 5/6 away kit for my 4 year old son today for £17.50 from Meadowhall. He's been wanting it for a while since seeing the players wearing it on his calendar. Then when I wore it in the fans v staff game at the fun day recently he's been asking again lots.

 

Got the last one in his size, told him before nursery he could have a surprise as been good recently on holiday etc. Showed him the shirt when he got in the car and its fair to say I've never seen him look so excited in his 4 years at any other present. He was the definition of delighted 

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