Well depends where your importing from!!! If your importing from China, thy dont normally ship 100 over. Its liek a minimum 500... I have a whole saler that sells me a Printed shirt for $5.80 each, thats printed on remember.
I rather buy local than by in china, it's pretty much the same thing plus you can still recover the GST and all that staff ... It's not actually bad, i've been in the biz for almost 1 year now and i didnt find any problem.
My supplier is Sportage and located in marrickville so yeah pretty good.
Chris, if you are in Sydney, see if you can attend PromoExpo on 25-26 August. Usually, most suppliers of blank apparel attend this expo and you can pick up all their catalogues and pricelists in one place
You should be able to get something like Gildan or Ramo around $3-5 blank.
Qty 100 blank blk tees will run from just under $2.00 - $8.00ea depending on supplier.
$2.00 - O/S made, not likely to last more than a couple of washes
to $8.00 - Aust made.
Just a ballpark, these prices are shirt only.
add printing costs and your markup and your done.
I have had customers ask for the cheapest shirt I can get. Just as long as it lasts to the end of day of the event is all they want.
If it falls apart in the first wash is not a concern. But they usually only want 1 colour print so a $5-$7 ea printed give away shirt.
So you will need to quiz your customer, about how long they want them to last.
Then you will have an idea as to what shirt to use.
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