BLACK WEEKEND SALE!

by 2 November 24, 2011 0 Comments

Starting tonight at midnight! In 2010 we kicked off our inaugural holiday season with an insane Black Weekend sale and this year is no different! Get those wish lists in early! Tell your friends and family you want shirts from The 7 Line! Don't forget to enter the codes BEFORE checkout. The price will adjust before you finish your transaction. We WILL NOT adjust prices after your orders have been processed. FRIDAY: 35% off use the code BLACKFRIDAY SATURDAY: 25% off use the code BLACKSATURDAY SUNDAY: 20% off use the code BLACKSUNDAY Charity shirts are NOT part of this deal along with a few items in the "accessories" section. Also, don't forget to pick up some calendars! They are reasonably priced at just $10 and would be the perfect stocking stuffer for any fan. Hell, they might even root for the Mets simply because of this thing! The 12 months of Orange and Blue also comes complete with a 2012 game schedule. Orange shade indicated home and blue is away. Can't beat that. Orders over $60 (before shipping) get one free copy... something tells me you'll need 10 though. A MUST HAVE! HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Set your alarms for midnight and get to you computers! Lots of new items available, STOCK UP! NOW GO SHOP!


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