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What You'll Get
T-shirts can silently communicate a lot about a person while avoiding the awkwardness of exposing scars to strangers and the bitterness of autobiographical pie. Take the most comfortable road to self-expression with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of graphic T-shirts, accessories, and more from 80stees.com.
80stees.com resurrects the whimsical aura of '80s-era cinema, cartoons, music, video games, and television, emblazoning more than 200 T-shirts, accessories, and toys with pop-culture graphics and slogans. Shield a shy belly with the Transformers Optimus Prime 84 T-shirt, featuring a distressed print of the eponymous hero on a light-blue cotton canvas ($24). The Back to the Future Flux Capacitor tee makes time travel modern with a chic graphic print ($20). Those who prefer more contemporary wares can choose from a copious assortment of non-80s goods, such as The Hangover's Alan Garner talking bobblehead ($15), or the Anchorman slate-blue I Love Lamp tee. A disguise from 80stees.com's selection of Halloween costumes is sure to inject tedious traffic-court appointments with a dose of spontaneity. To simplify online shopping excursions, the online clothier's website offers close-up views of T-shirt graphics, preventing you from accidentally sending the wrong sartorial message at your next job interview.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Not valid until 5/18/11. Shipping not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
80sTees.com saves customers the hassle of scouring vintage clothing stores and digging up neighbor's time capsules to find 80s-style t-shirts and socks. The online store teems with short sleeve t-shirts and tank tops bearing throwback company slogans, movie quotes, superhero images, and musicians. Customers can walk the streets wearing the 7Up Dot on their chest, or attend a concert in a shirt emblazoned with Jem cartoon characters. Though focused on mostly past fashions, the store also carries a line of tees with more modern images, including 90s bands and recent movies.
The company was started in 1999 by 80s fan Kevin Stecko, who decided to start selling vintage t-shirts on eBay after graduating from college. After the thrill of selling a He-Man shirt for $30, he decided to open his own 80s memorabilia store online in 2000, and the company skyrocketed from there. Now with a team of nearly 20 employees, 80sTees.com outfits everyone from pop culture geeks to celebrities.