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I've tried out so many different tshirt companies lately that it's getting hard to remember which is which, so I'm making myself this reference post LOL and thought others could benefit from my experiences. Feel free to ask questions. :D

[Note 1]: I don't like women's junior/slim fit tees or men's 'beefy' tees (thick material, large sleeves, high/narrow neck).

Day of the Shirt: aggregate of daily & weekly screenprinted tshirts with pics and links.

Love..

Pop Up Tee/The Tshirt Vault: women's regular tees, men's regular, screenprinted, excellent quality, excellent customer service. My favorite to buy from. Vault is more expensive ($20+) because of permanent availability (some of Pop Up Tee's past designs).
RIPT Apparel: super soft men's regular, screenprinted, excellent quality.
Once Upon a Tee/Companion Tees: women's regular, men's regular, screenprinted, excellent quality.
The Yetee: men's regular tees, screenprinted, excellent quality.
Weekly Shirts/Zebra Tees/Blue Box Tees/Tee Happy: women's regular, men's regular, screenprinted, excellent quality. Tee Happy is more expensive ($14-$18) because of extended availability.
Unamee: women's regular, men's regular, screenprinted, excellent quality, good customer service, though I've only ever received the boy's (men's regular) tees from them. Like, I've ordered tees for myself twice and didn't get either of them, but they did give me a full refund both times.

The boy likes these also..

6 Dollar Shirts: soft men's beefy tees, $6, screenprinted, good quality.
Shirt Punch: men's beefy tees, screenprinted, excellent quality, terrible customer service.
Tee Fury: men's beefy tees, screenprinted, excellent quality, good customer service.
Busted Tees: really soft men's beefy tees, screenprinted, good quality.
Tee Turtle: really soft men's beefy tees, screenprinted, good quality.

[Note 2]: I also don't like direct to garment (D2G) printing, it's lower quality than screenprinting (less vibrant colors, foam-rubber feel), smells unpleasant (sour, glue-like), costs more, and the tees are usually poor quality.

No, just no..

Tee Public: tees are smaller/tighter than they claim (ordered the same size/measurements I get for the boy at Pop Up Tee, but it was skin tight on him), D2G, expensive ($20), fair quality.
Red Bubble: D2G, expensive ($25), fair quality.
Cafe Press: extremely low quality tees (it had no weight to it, like I could have been holding a piece of paper, and it didn't feel like cotton at all), D2G, really expensive ($41 for long sleeve), poor quality.

[Note 3]: Some sites (like Pop Up Tee and Once Upon a Tee) also carry women's & men's slim fit, but we don't buy them so I didn't mention them. If I didn't mention women's at all, they're junior/slim fit only.

I will add to this post if/when I try out other sites. :)
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