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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteleySaint30 View Post
    Mines been processed but still showing as 'awaiting courier pick up. Wish he's get his arse in gear!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ordered Sunday....
    same here, he’s taking a fkin long time to collect the bloody thing !

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjii View Post
    Complaining loads might "work", sure; however, you said they had a legal obligation to sell the shirt at the advertised price, which is simply not true.
    I actually meant to say 'moral obligation' but the thrust of my post was that if you push them then there is a good chance that they will relent !
    Most high street retailers are committed to customer satisfaction/goodwill and are afraid of adverse publicity so, for the sake of a few quid don't make a fuss !
    It's worked for me in similar circumstances, although admittedly I have no experience with Sports Direct !

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    Like other, just got an email saying order processed and awaiting courier. Order at 2.45pm Sunday with a delivery time of 4-5 working days. Pretty poor by Sports Direct TBH. Maybe it will arrive within another 4-5 working days., who knows?

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    Arrived, 2 kids kits for 76 including 4.99. Unbelievable to think this would have cost 130 inclusive of my season ticket discount.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurosaint View Post
    I actually meant to say 'moral obligation' but the thrust of my post was that if you push them then there is a good chance that they will relent !
    Most high street retailers are committed to customer satisfaction/goodwill and are afraid of adverse publicity so, for the sake of a few quid don't make a fuss !
    It's worked for me in similar circumstances, although admittedly I have no experience with Sports Direct !
    You clearly aren't familiar with Sports Direct if you think they have morals

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    Ready to ship is my status and has been for at least 24 hours - ordered Sunday.

    Nerves!

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    Quote Originally Posted by markr27 View Post
    Ready to ship is my status and has been for at least 24 hours - ordered Sunday.

    Nerves!
    It will be fine, mine said that for a couple of days, arrived this afternoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by beatlesaint View Post
    It will be fine, mine said that for a couple of days, arrived this afternoon
    Thanks - still the same this morning... indeed from memory I think the scheduled delivery date was today when I ordered..... hmmph.

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    I think you will find that Ashley discounts all clubs shirts except Newastles . He doesn't want his clubs fans getting discounts so that he loses income.

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    ordered mine last sunday and it arrived in store yesterday. I would imagine they're making their way through the backlog of orders they know that can fulfill.

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    Just received shipping notification for my order.

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    Mine arrived in Dublin today. Can't grumble at that. The new shirt including delivery to Dublin for under 30.00. :-)

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    Mine turned up today.

    These UA shirts seem to fit a little snug so buying one size up may be a good idea - it worked for me with this order.

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    i have a brand new medium for sale 30,was sent instead of the large i ordered

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    Quote Originally Posted by action man View Post
    i have a brand new medium for sale 30,was sent instead of the large i ordered
    My son will take it - can you email me at aqol45@hotmail.co.uk & I can possibly collect tonight?

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    I ordered two youth shirts for my grandsons with names and numbers on the back !
    They quoted 7-10 days for store pick up and 12 days later sent me a mail saying that they had arrived in the shop !
    After a half hour drive, I presented my printed confirmation and the (dozy) young girl went out the back for 10 mins to collect it, she returned and said that it wasn't there and must be on the next van on Saturday !
    I stood my ground and insisted that someone else look so a (dozy) young lad searched for another 10 mins with still no luck !
    I then asked for the manager with the intention of getting them to deliver it to my home with no extra charge and she said that before she took any other action she would have a quick look out the back !
    Lo and behold, she returned with a parcel with my name on it ! She explained that it had been at the 'bottom of the pile' and half heartedly apologised for the inconvenience !
    In the end the shirts were spot on and I saved over 60 so can't complain but it sure proves that 'customer service' is not a priority at Sports Direct !
    I know all about the minimum wage issues etc.. but honestly, trained monkeys could have done a better job !

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurosaint View Post
    I ordered two youth shirts for my grandsons with names and numbers on the back !
    They quoted 7-10 days for store pick up and 12 days later sent me a mail saying that they had arrived in the shop !
    After a half hour drive, I presented my printed confirmation and the (dozy) young girl went out the back for 10 mins to collect it, she returned and said that it wasn't there and must be on the next van on Saturday !
    I stood my ground and insisted that someone else look so a (dozy) young lad searched for another 10 mins with still no luck !
    I then asked for the manager with the intention of getting them to deliver it to my home with no extra charge and she said that before she took any other action she would have a quick look out the back !
    Lo and behold, she returned with a parcel with my name on it ! She explained that it had been at the 'bottom of the pile' and half heartedly apologised for the inconvenience !
    In the end the shirts were spot on and I saved over 60 so can't complain but it sure proves that 'customer service' is not a priority at Sports Direct !
    I know all about the minimum wage issues etc.. but honestly, trained monkeys could have done a better job !
    Don't get me started on the 'youth of today' but why does none of that surprise me...? I've got an 18 year old and a 21 year old and I've convinced myself (through my glasses of a certain tint) that 'we' weren't as dozy at that age 'back in my day'. Of course, we had the advantage of having to use our brains from an early age whereas these days all brain content has been outsourced to 'smart' phones and the like

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    Trousers, I look at my 15yo who seems to be devoid of being able to do anything that doesn't involve being attached to her mobile. When it gets taken away (we are cruel parents!), there is a lot of stroppy moping about doing nothing. I have asked many people whether our parents thought the same about us, as we do about the youth of today and it seems to always come back to the fact that now a days, they are attached to electronic devices so much. I am not as old as many hear, but in my day, we had no computers and 3 channels on TV, a lot of programmes in black and white - which made snooker quite interesting to watch (and it was quite exciting when a 4th channel appeared). I used to ride my bike a lot. My kids hardly ever do.

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    I love this thread- Grumpy Old Buggers Rule!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelman View Post
    Trousers, I look at my 15yo who seems to be devoid of being able to do anything that doesn't involve being attached to her mobile. When it gets taken away (we are cruel parents!), there is a lot of stroppy moping about doing nothing. I have asked many people whether our parents thought the same about us, as we do about the youth of today and it seems to always come back to the fact that now a days, they are attached to electronic devices so much. I am not as old as many hear, but in my day, we had no computers and 3 channels on TV, a lot of programmes in black and white - which made snooker quite interesting to watch (and it was quite exciting when a 4th channel appeared). I used to ride my bike a lot. My kids hardly ever do.
    My wife is attempting a no cell phones at the dinner table rule with our teenagers.

    It is going very poorly.

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    Ordered two shirts and shorts for my 10 and 7 year olds.
    All arrived safely and in good time
    So thank you Batman for highlighting the special offer - saving 50% is a fab saving in a new shirt.
    I would never have found the deal so excellent job Batman !!

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    Ha. We have the benefit of having really slow or zero mobile data, so I can just turn off the wi-fi if need be.

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    Now that Saints have released news of the new third kit, I wonder whether there is any possibility that SD might put that on sale on their website... or maybe the second kit, if and when that finally goes on sale!

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    Someone has dropped a major bollock inside the club, the amount of people I saw tonight pick up a shirt, try it on, then put it back on the rack was quite noticeable, the queue at the tills was nothing of note, think the fact that no one has received their season tickets yet and the discount they get with it just put folks off coughing up.
    Also pretty shabby that less than 10 days before the footie season kicks off the only shirts you could buy were the Blue keepers kit used today, and the home shirt. The window display had all 3 strips on show, I can't remember the last time the Megastore didnt have the both the home and away shirts on sale at this stage of proceedings.
    Certainly was strange to see the actual players material shirts on sale at 100 a pop

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    Someone has dropped a major bollock inside the club, the amount of people I saw tonight pick up a shirt, try it on, then put it back on the rack was quite noticeable, the queue at the tills was nothing of note, think the fact that no one has received their season tickets yet and the discount they get with it just put folks off coughing up.
    Also pretty shabby that less than 10 days before the footie season kicks off the only shirts you could buy were the Blue keepers kit used today, and the home shirt. The window display had all 3 strips on show, I can't remember the last time the Megastore didnt have the both the home and away shirts on sale at this stage of proceedings.
    Certainly was strange to see the actual players material shirts on sale at 100 a pop
    You can still get your ST discount if you show your confirmation email (I did) but you are quite right about the unavailability of the away kit in particular, it's a disgrace that UA are unable to supply a basic product which was designed months ago ! They clearly have 'supply chain' issues and should be penalised for lost sales at the very least !
    Shabby performance from a 'so called' top brand name in the sports clothing sector !

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