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Online Sales

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by jet, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. jet

    jet Senior member

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    Just a heads up guys, steven alan, factory people, guise store and oak are all having on sales. You're welcome.
     
  2. Oldboy

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    Thank you JET! I've been waiting for the Engineered Garments storm pants to go on sale and I finally got a pair. [​IMG]
     
  3. jet

    jet Senior member

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  6. jet

    jet Senior member

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    Alright who's the bastard who bought my hunting jacket? [​IMG]
     
  7. DNW

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    RB15, per a phone call to Steven Alan.

    Thanks man. A little too slim for my taste.
     
  8. Ott

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    ugh, factorypeople's only shipping method to Canada is UPS [​IMG]
     
  9. Histrion

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    ugh, factorypeople's only shipping method to Canada is UPS [​IMG]

    I had something like a 50$ bill from UPS for a Dunderdon coat shipped here from NYC. And I had already paid 18$ for shipping.


    I hate UPS. [​IMG]
     
  10. Ott

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    I hate UPS. [​IMG]
    you and me both. I paid a fucking $80 charge for a $200 package on top of shipping - are you kidding me? I emailed FP and asked if they could ship via USPS.. I'll update this thread if they actually respond to me, but they don't usually answer emails so don't hold your breath [​IMG]
     
  11. Analog

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    Don't you guys get hit with customs fees by Canada Post when the store ships via USPS?

    FedEx, UPS, USPS > I (almost) always get hit with customs fees, unless the shipper lies about the value of the item and/or lists it as a "gift", or the rare occasions when the customs fees are buried in the original cost of the item (eg. Yoox.com).
     
  12. Ott

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    Don't you guys get hit with customs fees by Canada Post when the store ships via USPS? FedEx, UPS, USPS > I (almost) always get hit with customs fees, unless the shipper lies about the value of the item and/or lists it as a "gift", or the rare occasions when the customs fees are buried in the original cost of the item (eg. Yoox.com).
    I always get customs fees, but usually it's $10-15 or something around that range. UPS charges on top of that, both a flat rate and a percentage based fee. It's totally ridiculous, every time I get something shipped with UPS I end up regretting it.
     
  13. Analog

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    That's true, UPS does charge handling fees above and beyond customs. Personally if I'm going to pay handling fees etc. I'd rather have them ship FedEx - UPS in Canada (or at least in the Toronto area) is rather mickey mouse imo.
     
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    I always mark "gift" and lower the value when shipping out of country.
     
  15. DNW

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    I'm trying to get a pair of RB6 from factory people. Their site is crapped out, can anyone else get on?
     
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    RB15, per a phone call to Steven Alan.

    For Factory People sale items, use the promo code "seventeen" for an additional 20% off.


    Code seventeen is not working. It applies but gives nothing off.
     
  17. En1gma101

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    It worked for me. It basically covered shipping costs after looking at my receipt from paypal.
     
  18. sygyzy

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    It worked for me. It basically covered shipping costs after looking at my receipt from paypal.

    Maybe it does not apply to sale items?
     
  19. sygyzy

    sygyzy Senior member

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    Yup, that's exactly it!
     
  20. drizzt3117

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    RB15, per a phone call to Steven Alan.

    For Factory People sale items, use the promo code "seventeen" for an additional 20% off.


    So those are non-selvage huh?
     

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