PROGRAM'S AND SHIRTS!

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PROGRAM'S AND SHIRTS!

Postby shorty » Mon Apr 15, 2002 10:33 am

The prices are outrages so be prepared and bring your credit card. T-shirts ranged in price, from $48-$110. Programs were $35.

There was also a PETA stand that had tons of free material, they ask for donations, and sell shirts and books.

If you realy want to experiance this tour and can afford it, buy a shirt and a program they had some pretty cool shirts.

so long see ya never
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Postby Wings » Mon Apr 15, 2002 11:53 am

Yes the prices are high. I picked up a program its pretty nice. They only charged me $30.00 for it. Ive been seeing shirts on ebay already.
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Postby Ram1 » Mon Apr 15, 2002 11:55 am

Thanks for the info., guys. Man, $110 for a T-SHIRT?? Man, must be some t-shirt!
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Postby Rundevilrun » Tue Apr 16, 2002 1:25 am

Nah, it's a button-up shirt. Very nice, but WAY overpriced. And programs were ONLY $30.00 in Chicago.
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Postby pkubacki » Tue Apr 16, 2002 9:18 am

The exchange rate for the Canadian dollar vs. the US dollar is approximately 63%, so $35 for a program and $48 for a t-shirt was actually a "bargain" for those at the Toronto show. We were there on Saturday and bought our souvenirs there, knowing that we'd come out ahead, rather than wait until we got home to Philadelphia to buy them tonight. I agree the souvenirs are overpriced - but there's only one Paul McCartney - and he's worth whatever price you have to pay.
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Postby Ram1 » Tue Apr 16, 2002 10:18 am

Yeah, but $30 as opposed to $35 for a program, doesn't seem like much of a bargain to me. Actually, I thought (maybe naively), that because of the high-priced tickets, the programs were actually gonna be cheaper. But I guess not.
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Postby pkubacki » Tue Apr 16, 2002 4:27 pm

Using the exchange rate we're currently using in work, a $35 program in Toronto comes out to about $22 in US dollars. That's a lot less than the $30 US people are paying in the States.

At his last concert, the program was free - but maybe he needs cash to pay for that wedding!
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Postby shorty » Wed Apr 17, 2002 6:09 pm

I guess they aren't going to sell them at the same price in america but, I am sure they we be close to that price.

Eceryone just be prepared, you never know they might be cheaper in other areas

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