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Offline [labyrinth]

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litlle quick question about merchandising.
« on: February 29, 2008, 00:56:23 »
for those of you who has already been to a european show,
did you see the official merchandising?

how much was for the shirts and things like those?

Marco.


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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #1 on: February 29, 2008, 05:57:49 »
I think t-shirts are at about 25 Euro. Also there should be a lot of things to buy. Even 65daysofstatic CDs :D

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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #2 on: February 29, 2008, 07:26:56 »
tourbook for 10 Euro in Vienna... think it´s too much!
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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #3 on: February 29, 2008, 08:09:44 »
i think i saw a lot more merchandising (more t-shirt designs etc.) in stockholm as on the other venues. although i guess there must have been the same selection on every arena, maybe i just didn't come across the biggest merchadise booths on those other venues.

i don't really like most of the new t-shirt designs. maybe i miss too much the really exceptional and original designs they used to have in the past, like the wish tour t-shirts. anyway the new ones just looked a bit colorless to me.

i bought the shirt with red horizontal text on the front and the tour dates at the back side. it was one of the few shirts that had some color, most looked somehow dull to me.

they had a quite funny tote bag with robert's face on it, though.
should have taken a pic of the merch booth...
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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #4 on: February 29, 2008, 08:12:58 »
ok just noticed that you can actually check out the merchandise in the official site's store:

http://thecure.trinitystreetdirect.com/store/page3.asp?sup_type=1&t=1&sub_type=1

(all the ones listed before the first festival 2005 shirt)
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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #5 on: February 29, 2008, 09:28:14 »
alright,
thank you very much guys...

see you tomorrow

 :-D

i hope this'll be a great show.

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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #6 on: February 29, 2008, 14:01:48 »
If I remember ...

T shirt: 25€
Jacket: 60€
Shirt (like Robert but not 3 stars just write THE CURE): 50€
Tour book: 10€
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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #7 on: February 29, 2008, 14:56:45 »
Do they have the can koolers like they had in Australia?  I'm not seeing a show until May, but I hope to get one of those.

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2008 tour question - merchanise? anyone got pics or price? - Length?
« Reply #8 on: March 15, 2008, 14:04:58 »
Yo all

cant wait till the London Show.

I wondered if anyoen could post pictures of the merchandise and any prices that they could remember?

What time do the cure start and finish their shows?


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here's some quickly taken pics of merchadise (pics taken in lisboa).

i think you can see some of the prices there (t-shirts were 25 euros, long sleeve shirts/sweaters  50-60 euros etc).
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THANK YOU

i love the merch but i have like no money grr

merch is too expensive but i love hoodies and long sleeve shirts!


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Paris or Antwerpen, no officiel poster/affiche...
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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #12 on: June 09, 2009, 00:25:53 »
http://www.retrofactory.com/fe-cu1122.html

Noticed this, not seen before & although some may not like 'just' straight on album cover t shirts I approve this as its an all over print & in my opinion far superior to any of the recent t shirts.

So yeh, I had to buy it!

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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #13 on: June 09, 2009, 20:41:19 »
http://www.retrofactory.com/fe-cu1122.html

Noticed this, not seen before & although some may not like 'just' straight on album cover t shirts I approve this as its an all over print & in my opinion far superior to any of the recent t shirts.

i remember seeing these sold at the vegas show, the same design with different colors too. pale yellow background with pale red/orange prints or something like that. i forgot to take a pic from the merchandise stall.

by the way i was quite disappointed that there were no special shirts with las vegas veua & date details on them at all. i would have wanted one of those for sure. :(
i ended up buying the black v-necked shirt with 'cure' printed in front with white/green:


i really haven't seen that one available elsewhere either.
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Re: litlle quick question about merchandising.
« Reply #14 on: June 10, 2009, 04:29:00 »
I don't think they were an "all-over" style print in Vegas, just the album artwork on various colored prints.  I might be wrong, though.  Didn't really care for them all that much.  The best ones I've seen recently were from the Myspace/KROQ and NME gigs.  Another style of the album artwork, but with a take on the 4:13 theme only represented by the date on the back for these one off concerts.  :smth023


 

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