Posted by sean on July 11, 2004 at 11:25 am in Leeds United with No Comments

The 2004/5 Leeds United shirt. Expect to receive by August 2006

It amazes me how for years the Leeds United have stated they have massive debts, but still their online store and in fact even the club stops are dire. OK, most the money for the club comes from TV Revenue and tickets but merchandise and shirt sale must help.

It takes 10 days (at least!) to get orders delivered from the online store. Online stores for clubs like the Manchester United (scum!!) only take 3 days. The store is badly designed and there are hardly any of the products from the catalogue on the site. Then there’s the p&p charges, £5.00+, while other clubs are £3.50 or less!

The club shops aren’t much better, when I have visited its just full of crap and when I do see something good its either out of stock or in one occasion for me broken! I bought a set of pint glasses, beer mats and a bar towel. The mats were screwed up and towel missing. When I took it back there were no more in stock!

It would be so easy and inexpensive to sort out the online store and club shops.
How can the club expect fans to buy from the online store when they can go to Kitbag for cheaper and 2 day delivery! I ordered the new Leeds shirt from the online store over a week ago. It hasn’t arrived and my bank account has not been debited so it could be more than 10 days. Unacceptable.


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