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Shopping from EU | the basics

Here you can find out more about shopping from EU countries.
Denmark is part of the European Union. Our warehouse is located in Denmark. Therefore all shipments will be void of any import tax and duty.
The prices on our US English website idfootballdesk.com
are displayed in USD$ and without VAT (sales tax). So if the delivery address is in another EU country the Danish VAT of 25% will be added to the price of the merchandise at check out.
Delivery time is fast across the EU. Usually it takes only 2 days in the mail to Scandinavia, the UK, and Central Europe. While shipments to Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and other countries to the south maybe take 3-4 days.
The service is very reliable and rarely is any package being lost.
Packages can be tracked at the website of the local postal service in each country.
Below we will provide the links to some of the major operators in some of the bigger markets.
UK
https://www.royalmail.com/track-your-item#
Germany
https://www.deutschepost.de/sendung/simpleQuery.html?locale=en_GB
France
http://www.laposte.fr/particulier/outils/suivre-vos-envois
Italy
http://www.poste.it/online/dovequando/home.do
Spain
http://www.correos.es/ss/Satellite/site/pagina-localizador_envios/busqueda-sidioma=es_ES

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Shopping from the US | basic facts

Here you can read more information about shopping from the US!
Global e-commerce is growing. And by now e-commerce is by definition cross-border and global in scope. People shop increasingly from wherever they find a good value proposition not regarding the physical location of the retailer or the warehouse.
For all its allure a few basic facts.
Taxes and Duty
The tax free and import duty free limit to the US is 200 $ FOB meaning that the limit accrues to the merchandise but not the shipping nor the insurance.
Delivery time
Delivery time to the US by standard priority shipping through a cooperation between The Danish Post and USPS pretty much takes 7 days in the mail.
We have shipped to more than 35 US states in 2014 the vast majority of packages are delivered in 7 days. A few arrive in 6 or 8 days. beyond that there are very few cases.
Only exception is Chicago. The cargo plane from Denmark lands in Chicago and therefore delivery to Chicago addresses might be around 2 days faster than to the rest of the country.
Tracking
USPS online tracking tool:
https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction!input.action
DHL is used exclusively for express shipments. DHL express shipments can be tracked at this webpage:
http://www.dhl.com/en/express/tracking/tracking_tools.html
 Processing time
Total delivery time = processing time + shipping time.
We strife to ship orders as quick as possible no matter whether they require customization or not. But it can take a couple of days after the order has been received before it leaves the warehouse.
 Returns
We do not accept returns of customized items! whether it be player name and number, custom name, numbers, or shorts numbers etc. No refunds, no exchanges.
That is the first and foremost thing to be aware of.
Beyond that we accept returns and exchanges as long as the product in mention is returned to us in resellable condition. The customer will pay to return the item. We will pay to ship the exchange in the opposite direction. In case of a refund the customer will pay to send the item back and once it has been well-received we will issue the refund.
Please mark the package as RETURNS so we will not be charged import tax and duty.
 Payment
we accept all major credit and debit cards. and Pay Pal.
wired transfer and western union can be arranged for but is somewhat more complicated and rarely used in fact.
From time to time overseas shoppers encounter problems when trying to submit payment.
Here a short overview over possible causes for the problem.
One issue can be server time out. When having to connect to a server on another continent it might happen that response time is so long that the request times out and the process is aborted. One can try again or come back a bit later. Usually it is a very temporary problem.
At other times the customer may have VISA debit card but is not aware that is a debit card rather than a credit card and choose the payment option VISA credit. The opposite may also be the case. In that case the problem can be easily resolved simply by choosing the opposite type of card when choosing means of payment.
From US based customers we have heard that sometimes the bank having issued their card has imposed a limitation so that the card can only be used to make payments at home. This step has been taken to avoid credit card fraud but it is of course not very useful when the rightful owner of the card wishes to make a purchase from an international store. The bank can easily change the setting though.
Finally there might not be sufficient funds available on the account associated with the card to cover the cost of the purchase. So you might want to check your balance as well if the above suggestions do not resolve the problem.
Credit card companies charge a fee to the merchant (the seller) typically some 2-3% when it comes to international transactions. Some companies pass this charge onto the customer. In our case we incur this charge as the cost of doing business meaning that there will be no such charges once the final step of check out has been reached.
 

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Shopping from Canada | The main points

Here you can read more information about shopping from Canada!
Canada is a relatively small market and many products available to the European or American consumer may not be available domestically. Prices might be comparable to what one may find in other mature markets. In particular when it comes to branded products. When price differences do occur they may be due to currency fluctuations rather than retailer and brand pricing differences. While one might think that shipping costs when shopping overseas are prohibitive due to the long distances in fact shipping costs are in fact very reasonable.
Since Canada has a special custom’s and duty agreement with the US through the NAFTA and due to the proximity and cultural similarities the most obvious is to shop in the USA. This situation may occur if a product is not available at home or simply in order to find a better price. Europe does offer a few additional challenges but it is not impossible to buy from Europe either.
Let’s take a look at the very basics of online shopping on a point to point basis.
Tax and fees: Sales Tax / Value Added Tax / import duty / processing fees
Canada has a rather low tax and duty free limit on imports.
If you want to make the exact calculation as to the total costs of getting a purchase from Europe into Canada please follow the link below:
http://www.dutycalculator.com/new-import-duty-and-tax-calculation/
The Canadian consumer can purchase upto 20 CAD $ worth of merchandise abroad without having to pay any tax, duty, fees etc. upon receipt. FOB (Free on Board) means that the calculation is made exclusively on the product and that shipping costs, insurance etc. are no included. The extra costs associated with a purchase overseas in terms of shipping, VAT, import duty, and fees of all three + processing fees often tips the balance in favor of going with a local retailer, finding a substitute or abstaining from purchasing due to elevated final costs. However, since the Canadian consumer will not have to pay VAT / sales tax abroad that may help since the European sales tax usually is 19 to 25% while the Canadian ditto is lower.
Gifts
An alternative to shipping a product as a standard purchase is the gift order. The limit on duty and tax free imports on gifts to Canada is 60 $ CAD. Not much but still better than when it comes to the direct business to consumer purchase. Furthermore the gift may go without an invoice making it difficult to determine the value of a product.
If you order as a gift make sure to let us know so that we can declare it as such and leave out the invoice.
The prices on our website are displayed without the Danish VAT (sales tax). We do not charge this tax on shipments for non-European Union countries. In case billing address is in Canada and delivery address is in the UK the Danish VAT of 25% is added. In case the delivery address is in Canada, US, Singapore, Australia etc. there will be no further charges.
Shipping Time and Costs
Shipping costs for Canada bound shipments are relatively low compared to the distance covered.
Delivery time varies and is of course longer than if an item was from a domestic retailer but even on standard shipping delivery time is manageable say with the exception of the most urgent of cases.
We have looked at delivery time on our standard shipping product which is provided by a combination of the Danish Post and the Canadian Post. The packages from Denmark take 1-2 days to arrive in Canada. The cargo plane lands in Mississauga, Toronto metro area. Once in Canada it takes a couple of days to get the packages through customs clearance. Even if they are not being declared they have to be cleared. Then the packages have to be sorted for domestic distribution. This may take a day or two as well. Finally the packages are delivered across the territory which adds another 1-2 days. The total of the process bring average delivery time to around 7-8 days from the time the package has been shipped from our warehouse in Denmark.
The only location in Canada where one may deduct a couple of days from the estimate above is Toronto. Other locations in Ontario take about the same time as for BC, Alberta etc. But Toronto itself is a bit faster typically around 5 days in the mail.
Price
We charge a flat fee of 10$ USD (11-12 CAD) for standard 7 days shipping to Canada.
DHL express shipping (2-3 days) is also available but at a considerable higher cost: 35-40 USD.
Track and Trace
Canada Post has a tracking feature on their website where the proceeding of the package can be followed:
http://www.canadapost.ca/cpotools/apps/track/personal/findByTrackNumber
The Danish national post: Post Danmark , has similar system though more limited in scope:
http://www.postdanmark.dk/en/tracktrace/Pages/home.aspx
 Payment
Credit and Debit cards issued in Canada from international providers like MasterCard and VISA can easily be used  when shopping in Europe.
If for some reason a payment is not accepted there may be several reasons for that.
One issue can be server time out. When having to connect to a server on another continent it might happen that response time is so long that the request times out and the process is aborted. One can try again or come back a bit later. Usually it is a very temporary problem.
At other times the customer may have VISA debit card but is not aware that is a debit card rather than a credit card and choose the payment option VISA credit. The opposite may also be the case. In that case the problem can be easily resolved simply by choosing the opposite type of card when choosing means of payment.
From US based customers we have heard that sometimes the bank having issued their card has imposed a limitation so that the card can only be used to make payments at home. This step has been taken to avoid credit card fraud but it is of course not very useful when the rightful owner of the card wishes to make a purchase from an international store. The bank can easily change the setting though.
Credit card companies charge a fee to the merchant (the seller) typically some 2-3% when it comes to international transactions. Some companies pass this charge onto the customer. In our case we incur this charge as the cost of doing business meaning that there will be no such charges once the final step of check out has been reached.
Currency
It is possible to pay in several currencies on our website. The charge to the card being used will be made in whatever currency the customer has chosen to pay in. If CAD is chosen the charge will be in Canadian Dollars. Is USD is chosen the charge will be in US Dollars.
The default dollar sign on the website $ refers to USD.
 Returns
When shopping online especially when it comes to apparel and footwear one may choose the wrong size from time to time since even with a size chart at hand it can be difficult to know which size may be just right without having the opportunity to try it on in a physical store.
So an important aspect of the shopping experience is the returns process.
Please note! We do not accept returns of customized products which includes any product jersey, shorts, tops which have been printed with either a custom name or a player name / number or even just a number placed on the shorts.
So therefore if shopping for a customized product make sure you get the size right. Luckily enough the big brands like Adidas, Puma, Nike etc. tend to run the same sizing whether it be a normal t-shirt or a licensed product like a soccer jersey. So even if you cannot find the exact same Real Madrid jersey in the local store , if the store carries a regular Adidas jersey that is going to be similar in size. So it is possible to try on the products even at a distance though it does require a bit more work in the process.
For all other products we do accept returns for an exchange or a refund. The customer is responsible for shipping the product back to us and we will have to receive it in what is re-sellable  condition.
If a refund is requested we will issue that as soon as the product has been received.
If an exchange is requested we will ship the new product back at no extra cost to the customer. We will inform the customer once the product has been received and when the exchange has shipped.
In case a product is faulty or if a product has been shipped incorrectly it is on us to get the mess sorted out. We will start on that once the customer has made us aware of the problem and that it has been established that there is in fact a problem and it is not merely a misunderstanding.
Customer Input & Feedback
This is the information in our possession. There might be a number of intricacies or other facts to know which we are unaware of. So if you have anything to add or any corrections do not hesitate to post below for us to learn and for others to be informed about.
Thank you!

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Shopping from Australia – here is what you need to know!

Here you can read more information about shopping from Australia!
Australia is a relatively small market and many products available to the European or North American consumer may not be available at home. Prices might be comparable to what one may find in other mature markets. In particular when it comes to branded products. When price differences do occur they may be due to currency fluctuations rather than retailer and brand pricing differences. While one might think that shipping costs when shipping overseas are prohibitive due to the long distances in fact shipping costs are in fact very reasonable.
Let’s take a look at the very basics of online shopping on a point to point basis.
Tax and fees: Sales Tax / Value Added Tax / import duty / processing fees
Australia has a very high limit on imports compared to the other countries.
The Australian consumer can purchase upto 1000 AUS $ worth of merchandise abroad without having to pay any tax, duty, fees etc. upon receipt. This part is often crucial for the cost / benefit calculation when shopping abroad. In many countries with a low threshold. In Denmark for instance the threshold is as low as 15 AUS$. The extra costs associated with a purchase overseas in terms of shipping, VAT, import duty, fees of all three + processing fees often tips the balance in favor of going with a local retailer, finding a substitute or abstaining from purchasing due to elevated final costs. However, for the Australian shopper this will rarely be the case since big ticket items like boats and cars are often bought locally anyway.
The prices on our website are displayed without the Danish VAT (sales tax). We do not charge this tax on shipments for non-European Union countries. In case billing address is in Australia and delivery address is in the UK the Danish VAT of 25% is added. In case the delivery address is in Australia, US, Canada etc. there will be no further charges.
Shipping Time and Costs
Shipping costs to Australia are relatively low compared to the distance covered.
Delivery time varies and is of course longer than if an item was from a domestic retailer but even on standard shipping delivery time is manageable say with the exception of the most urgent of cases.
We have looked at delivery time on our standard shipping product which is provided by a combination of the Danish Post and the Australian Post. The packages from Denmark take around 4 days to arrive in Australia. The cargo plane lands in Melbourne. Once in Australia it takes a couple of days to get the packages through customs clearance. Even if they are not being declared they have to be cleared. Then the packages have to be sorted for domestic distribution. This may take a day or two as well. Finally the packages are delivered across the territory which adds another 1-2 days. The total of the process bring average delivery time to around 10 days from the time the package has been shipped from our warehouse in Denmark.
The only location in Australia where one may deduct a couple of days is Melbourne. Other locations in Victoria take about the same time as for NSW, Queensland etc.
Price
We charge a flat fee of 10$ USD (11-12 AUD) for standard 10 days shipping to Australia.
DHL express shipping (3-5 days) is also available but at a considerable higher cost. 35-40 USD.
Track and Trace
The Australian Post has a tracking feature on their website where the proceeding of the package can be followed:
http://auspost.com.au/track/track.html
The Danish national post: Post Danmark , has similar system though more limited in scope:
http://www.postdanmark.dk/en/tracktrace/Pages/home.aspx
 Payment
Credit and Debit cards issued in Australia from international providers like MasterCard and VISA can easily be used  when shopping in Europe.
If for some reason a payment is not accepted there may be several reasons for that.
One issue can be server time out. When having to connect to a server on another continent it might happen that response time is so long that the request times out and the process is aborted. One can try again or come back a bit later. Usually it is a very temporary problem.
At other times the customer may have VISA debit card but is not aware that is a debit card rather than a credit card and choose the payment option VISA credit. The opposite may also be the case. In that case the problem can be easily resolved simply by choosing the opposite type of card when choosing means of payment.
From US based customers we have heard that sometimes the bank having issued their card has imposed a limitation so that the card can only be used to make payments at home. This step has been taken to avoid credit card fraud but it is of course not very useful when the rightful owner of the card wishes to make a purchase from an international store. The bank can easily change the setting though.
Credit card companies charge a fee to the merchant (the seller) typically some 2-3% when it comes to international transactions. Some companies pass this charge onto the customer. In our case we incur this charge as the cost of doing business meaning that there will be no such charges once the final step of check out has been reached.
Currency
It is possible to pay in several currencies on our website. The charge to the card being used will be made in whatever currency the customer has chosen to pay in. If AUD is chosen the charge will be in Australian Dollars. Is USD is chosen the charge will be in US Dollars.
The default dollar sign on the website $ refers to USD.
 Returns
When shopping online especially when it comes to apparel and footwear one may choose the wrong size from time to time since even with a size chart at hand it can be difficult to know which size may be just right without having the opportunity to try it on in a physical store.
So an important aspect of the shopping experience is the returns process.
Please note! We do not accept returns of customized products which includes any product jersey, shorts, tops which have been printed with either a custom name or a player name / number or even just a number placed on the shorts.
So therefore if shopping for a customized product make sure you get the size right. Luckily enough the big brands like Adidas, Puma, Nike etc. tend to run the same sizing whether it be a normal t-shirt or a licensed product like a soccer jersey. So even if you cannot find the exact same Real Madrid jersey in the local store , if the store carries a regular Adidas jersey that is going to be similar in size. So it is possible to try on the products even at a distance though it does require a bit more work in the process.
For all other products we do accept returns for an exchange or a refund. The customer is responsible for shipping the product back to us and we will have to receive it in what is re-sellable  condition.
If a refund is requested we will issue that as soon as the product has been received.
If an exchange is requested we will ship the new product back at no extra cost to the customer. We will inform the customer once the product has been received and when the exchange has shipped.
In case a product is faulty or if a product has been shipped incorrectly it is on us to get the mess sorted out. We will start on that once the customer has made us aware of the problem and that it has been established that there is in fact a problem and it is not merely a misunderstanding.
Customer Input
This is the information in our possession. There might be a number of intricacies or other facts to know which we are unaware of. So if you have anything to add or any corrections do not hesitate to post below for us to learn and for others to be informed about.
Thank you!

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FIFA WC | UEFA EURO

Brazil 2014 home jersey Review

Brazil 2014 Home jersey Review
By Julian Smith, New York City
Brazil home jersey Freedom Tower NYC
Authors Note: I wanted to take my cover picture of this shirt with New York City’s Freedom Tower, as I thought it was a poignant comparison with Neymar. Both are new symbols of hope for their respective admirers; showcasing a new age of strength and dedication that inspire their people.
The day has finally come: football is coming home. A number of countries have pseudo claims to “owning” football: England say they invented the beautiful game, Uruguay hosted and won the first World Cup, Germany have the most top four finishes… but football transcends no culture more-so than in Brazil. Football seems to be as necessary to the Brazilian way of life as air, samba, or feijoada: it is simply an integral part of the collective people’s soul. To say the hosting of this event has been a long time coming is a bit of an understatement… the last time Brazil hosted the World Cup was in 1950, and they have not finished in the top four since their victory in South Korea/Japan 2002… and it could not be coming at a better time. Brazil certainly slumped since 2002, but new talents are making their way to Europe and showing why Brazil is the ultimate footballing powerhouse. They are led by the electric Neymar whose natural ability is undeniable, but leadership is yet to be proven. This will literally be a once in a lifetime opportunity for the young star to become a Brazilian legend; and so early in his career.
Thankfully, Nike has produced an excellent shirt that Brazilians, both players and fans, should be proud to wear. Classic colors, simple design, and just a little flair is a safe, but reliable path to take, which is just what they needed for such an important moment in the country’s history.
The Shirt
Brazil home jersey 2014 front
Brazil’s 2014 home shirt has all the characteristics of what made people fall in love with “A Amarelinha”. The bold yellow primary color with green trim has been the staple of the national team shirt for decades now, and this one is no different. The main aesthetic highlight of this year’s shirt is the trim on the collar, which almost looks like a tongue drooping down the point of the V in collar.
The material is unbelievably soft and comfortable to wear. The weight falls somewhere in the middle of other shirts I own… light enough to wear when playing, but heavy enough to not feel flimsy.
If I were to suggest one change, it would be that I wish Nike had made the body a little bit thinner, since, depending on the wearer’s body time, the way the shirt lies can look a bit awkward.
Brazil home jersey front live model
Brazil home jersey backside
*Note: Shirt being worn is a medium, wearer is 6’1” and 160 pounds (1.85m, 72.5 kg)
Details
Brazil home jersey - chest
The emblem of the national team is stitched in, along with their five stars.
Brazil home jersey collar
The sleeve openings also have the green trim, giving some nice extra flair.
There are almost no extra enhancements to the shirt (i.e. underarm ventilation, multiple fabrics, etc), but they almost seem unnecessary since the shirt is quite well made.
Brazil Canarinha inside collar
Inverting the shirt reveals two interesting “hidden” details. The first, is a symbol of a canary on the back of the neck. This is a reference to one of the team’s nicknames, “O Canarinho”, which translates to “The Canary” in English.
Brazil crest inside reverse
The second hidden, more interesting detail, is behind the emblem. A mosaic pattern has been stamped on, with the text “Nascido Para Jogar Futebol”, which translates to, “Born to Play Football” in English. I have researched the reason for the mosaic pattern and cannot find any real symbolism to it… any insight would be greatly appreciated!
Printing
Brasil home printing 2014
For those who have read my reviews in the past, you will know I am very particular when it comes to printing. I am quite happy with Nike’s font design for this World Cup, and it looks especially good on the Brazilian shirt (as opposed to, say, Portugal’s home shirt, which doesn’t look so good).
Brazil numbers details
The numbers are what really stands out, styled with a lighter green border and pinholes throughout the bulk. The national emblem has also been stamped at the bottom of the numbers in the same lighter green.
Brazil name kit 2014
My only criticism in regards to the font is the letter style seems a bit inconsistent, giving it a strange look upon close inspection. Some areas of the letters are narrower, while others are fatter (see “N”) and some have exaggerated aspects while other letters are understated (see hole in “R” vs loop in “J”). Generally a pretty minute detail, and thankfully it doesn’t take away from the shirt.
Brazil 2014 home jersey rating
This shirt is almost flawless (which is why it truly merits my first 5 star review; no pun intended!). This is truly a shirt any collector should own, not only for its look and feel, but also its significance.
As always, the official kit and printing are available to purchase from MMSports.

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Juventus home jersey 2013/14 – review

Juventus Home Jersey 2013-14 Review
by Julian Smith, NYC
Juve home shirt 13/14
No league has been so dominated by a single team than Juventus in Serie A. While Milan and Inter have slowly declined over recent years, only Napoli has moderately matched Juventus’ growth (arguments could be made for Roma and Fiorentina as well given their position in the table this year). Juventus’ recent activity in the transfer market has been very effective; undisputedly the best team in Italy by a large margin and 9 out of their 11 starters were purchased from the summer of 2010. The traditional powerhouses are clearly getting tired of seeing Juve at the top of the table, and this author would not be surprised to see big money moves this summer from at least Inter (Vidic is already on his way from Manchester United).
The Juventus shirt is ubiquitous; a design recognized by all fans of the game and unchanged in recent history, at least since the 1970’s, but probably earlier. Still, even with the ever-present black and white stripes, the North Italian club always seem to introduce minor but noticeable (either visual or material) design changes that make the shirt worth buying year after year.
 
The Shirt
Juve home shirt flat
Juventus’ 2013-14 home shirt sticks with the traditional black and white stripes going vertically through the body and sleeves. From a material standpoint, this shirt is perfect. The material is soft, it has a comfortable feel when worn from the slightly above average weight, and the multitude of tiny holes makes the shirt is very breathable.
Juve printing 13/14
The shirt lies nicely on the body, but it should be noted that it is skinnier around the stomach than most shirts.
Details
Juve 13/14 home shirt Scudetto
The collar is a hybrid circle/v-neck opening, which gives it a nice, classy look. The stitched badge is sown in, which I much prefer to the imprinted badge I have seen on other shirts. The sponsor material, which has remained constant since Juventus signed the deal with Jeep, is basically a sticker which has been stamped on the front of the shirt. It is bulky, and does not feel nice with the rest of the material, and I could absolutely see it wearing/cracking over time.
One of my favorite details of this shirt is the sleeve openings. I love the design of how the stripes end and the hole opening is cuffed first by a black rubber like stripe followed by the white regular shirt material. The contrast of colors and materials makes it very aesthetically pleasing.
Juve 13/14 home shirt sleeve
The official Serie A badge is still the same gum/felt hybrid material. It is sturdy and heavy, feeling like what professional athletes should wear in real matches.
Lega Calcio sleeve badge
Printing
Juventus has elected to keep their print font/style constant from last year, which I quite like. The font is basic, and the letters and numbers are large, making for an easy read from near or far.
Juve home kit nameset Pogba 6
Juve home namekit details
Another point to note is how the design of Juventus’ shirt has been altered to accommodate the print. When printing letters and numbers on striped shirts, the end result can look ugly because visually, there is too much going on. I much prefer to see how Juventus has done, with the space opened up for printing. It may look a bit vacant on an un-printed shirt, but I always say you should print every shirt anyway!
Juve home jersey 13/14 rating
I feel like I say it too much on this blog, but this is another of my favorite shirts I own (although I do tend to review only my top choices!). From a material standpoint, it is in my top 2-3 shirts of my collection. The design is also top class, but they are somewhat limited in keeping tradition, although they did a wonderful job this year. I truly hope Nike continues with this material blend for future shirts.
As always, the official kit and printing are available to purchase from MMSports.
 

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Holiday Season 2014 | Get ready for the show!

Holiday season is coming. We are getting closer by the hour to the grand finale of the year of 2014. Holiday season means increased retail spending. But any productive relationship is always a two way road. The consumer gives more money to the business then it is up to the business to return the favor. Better service, brighter atmosphere, greater selection, and attractive bargains. We hope to be able to do it all for our customers.
The bargains will be a mix of coupon codes, free shipping , free printing, discounted products and more.
So this is how our calendar looks like at the time of writing.
Best deals to be expected will be for the Thanksgiving weekend including CyberMonday + Tues Wed. In other words almost a full week spanning from the 27th of November and until the 3rd of December. Less generous deals to be expected for Morten’s Evening and Green Monday.
10th of November: Morten’s Evening
27th of November: Thanksgiving
28th of November: Black Friday
29th of November: Small Business Saturday (offline)
1st of December: Cyber Monday
8th of December: Green Monday
18th of December: Free Shipping Day
20th of December: Super Saturday (offline)
furthermore . . .
Stamp and Ship Day: TBC
Free Printing Day: TBC
 
So make sure to check back for more on the dates listed above.