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Reg kit slashed in our blockbusting January sale

Shirts for a quid, plus other bargains

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Cash'n'Carrion We always vowed we'd never follow the retailing tradition of having a New Year sale to clear the warehouse shelves for new and exciting products. Not for us the buy-now-pay-2010 January orgy of discounting, with eager punters queuing for days in eager anticipation of that must-have Vulture Central accessory.

Then we changed our minds, which is why you can - for a strictly limited period - take advantage of our magnificent pay-now-receive-very-shortly January sale which includes various end-of-line shirts, maglites and Reg-branded USB kit.

Some of these get-'em-while-you-can bargains are only £1, with postage also slashed on certain lines. You'd better get down there quick, though, because as you read this shameless plug, frantic bargain hunters are fighting with credit cards drawn for the tastiest merchandising morsels.

And as for those new and exciting lines, well, you'll just have to wait while our apparel Strategy Boutique brainstorms the brand frontage. Watch this space. ®

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