Gawker Tshirt Shop Liquidation Sale

We’re liquidating the Gawker Tshirt Shop and all shirts are on sale for $17.99, down from $20 (yes, we know, Gawker is taking a cue from the CompUSA handbook. The liquidation company sets the prices! ::ducks). That means it’s your last chance to get The Consumerist “My Call Is important To You” before it becomes a valuable collector’s item and we post confessions from people who scalp it on eBay. A perfect gift for the consumer avenger in your life, even if that person is just you. Retailers will quake in fear when you stride up to the counter in this hot baby blue number. Printed on American Apparel so you’ll probably want to get one size larger than you normally do.

Gawker Shop

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  1. nweaver says:

    Ohh, 10% off, thats uhh, about as good as CompUSA’s liquidation sale.

  2. chipslave says:

    Liqidation means $2 off regular prices? Gawker must be using the same liquidators that CompUSA has… (c:

  3. TheSeeker says:

    A $2.01 price reduction isn’t much of a liquidation in my book. Sounds more like Walmart. Make it $6.99 and I may take a look.

  4. chipslave says:

    g@nweaver: genius! LOL

  5. mrmysterious says:

    So gawker is closing shop?

  6. BloggyMcBlogBlog says:

    I wonder how bad GawkerShop’s costumer service is.

  7. unsunder says:

    Shipping is $6 for a T-shirt. No Thanks.

  8. spinachdip says:

    @BloggyMcBlogBlog: I’d like to work in Victoria’s Secret costumer service.

  9. iamme99 says:

    Why would I buy a discontinued model? What kind of support would I get??? What if it shrinks too much???

  10. tadowguy says:

    $17.99! That’s a STEAL.

  11. Here is something I don’t understand, perhaps someone could enlighten me on it:

    Why would you pay for a shirt that advertises someone else’s website? Shouldn’t it to be the other way around? Hello, that is how advertisement works.

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