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Re: dye sub v normal heat transfer

The printing process won't change the price of the t-shirt too much.

T-Shirts generally sell anywhere from $10 on the low end to $25 on the high end.

The overally quality of the design and shirt are what will command the price, not the process.
 

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Re: dye sub v normal heat transfer

sofakinggood said:
form searching different sites i cant seem to get a poly tee for less that about $2.60 whereas i can find 100% cotton for as little as $1.20 thats 1/2 the price. the sub transfer paper also seems to be more expensive and as well as the sub ink? can you help me source some cheaper distributers please.
It's really just a matter of searching Google or Yahoo. Maybe even try Froogle.

I don't do dye sub, so I wouldn't be able to help much with sources.
 
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