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The Digital Bits T-Shirt and Swag Store is here!

November 25, 2019 - 1:10 pm   |   by
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It goes without saying that our readers mean the world to us here at The Digital Bits. Some of you are new to the site while some of you have been following The Bits since we launched way back in 1997—and we love each and every one of you! But for years, you’ve asked us: “When are you guys gonna make Digital Bits T-Shirts?”

Sure, we’ve done a few one-off shirts in the past, not to mention the odd Comic-Con shirt. But now that we live in the age of high quality digital printing and print-on-demand services, we’ve finally taken the all-in plunge. So we’re very proud to announce today that we’ve officially launched The Digital Bits T-Shirt & Swag Store, just in time for your Black Friday and holiday shopping! [Read on here...]

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After a ton of research, we’ve partnered with the folks at TeePublic to print our items. They offer a great selection of premium shirts, print quality that’s vibrant and won’t fade in the wash, fast shipping, and a reputation for excellent customer service. But most importantly, their T-Shirts are affordable—they start as low as $13 and they have frequent sales!

So we’re launching our store today with over TWENTY new and familiar designs, including The Digital Bits logo, the Anamorphic Widescreen logo, our reader-favorite Bits Athletic shirts (including a new 4K Ultra HD version), the infamous Got DVD? shirt (and all the other beloved, defunct, and retro formats too—Got Super 8? anyone), and yes... our popular April Fool’s Joke here at the site from back in 2014 too—The Analog Bits logo! Here’s a look at a few of the designs available...

Digital Bits T-Shirt

Anamorphic Widescreen T-Shirt

Digital Bits 4K Athletic T-Shirt

The Analog Bits T-Shirt

Digital Bits Blu-ray Athletic T-Shirt

Got DVD T-Shirt

Got Super 8? T-Shirt

maclunky shirt

Then there’s my personal favorite, a cinephile classic design that I came up with in a flash of insipration—proof that everyone’s favorite space pirate in a galaxy far, far away did NOT, in fact, shoot first...

Milies Shot First T-Shirt

The store also offers mugs, stickers, buttons, tote bags, pins, iPhone cases, magnets, and a whole assortment of other products.

Now... we could have gone with a higher profit print-on-demand partner, but we really love the fact that TeePublic is so affordable for you, our loyal readers. In fact, all of the designs are on sale for the next two days at prices up to 35% off! So when you’re shopping for shirts and other items... hell, buy two or three! Buy some as gifts! And please feel free to share our store link with all your movie-buff friends: http://tee.pub/lic/k_aeH-Y4YGk

We’ll be adding new designs to the store every month too, so be sure to follow us on TeePublic to get the first look. And if you see an item you’d like to buy that we don’t offer yet, or if you have an idea for a shirt you’d like us to make, message Bill on Facebook or Twitter and we’ll see if we can do it for you.

As always, every sale of shirts and other items helps to support our work here at The Digital Bits and we really do appreciate it. So support away! And thank you.

Stay tuned...

(You can follow Bill on social media at these links: Twitter and Facebook)

 

 

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