Hey, Weregeeks, since this is Cyber Monday, everything in the newly-renovated Weregeek Store is on SALE! In fact, to celebrate the opening of our new store, we’re extending the sale ALL WEEK! Just use the coupon code CYBERGEEK to get 10% off all purchases for the rest of the week!! Need to complete your book collection? Interested in some D&D FRIDGE POETRY?

BUT THAT”S NOT ALL! With our new store, we’re able to manage more products, and so we’re proud to announce the launch of a new line of Weregeek T-shirts! We’re using a print-on-demand service, which allows us to have a much wider variety of designs, so check back throughout the week as we continue to debut MORE NEW PRODUCTS!

It’s also worth noting that with the new store, we finally have the ability to take CREDIT CARDS, so Weregeek fans will no longer be forced to use Paypal for all purchases! However, a word of warning for those of you looking for Christmas presents… our T-shirts ship within 3-5 business days, and ship by USPS ground, while the rest of our products ship by Canada Post. Shipping times vary greatly, and orders often get held up in Customs, so beware! We can’t guarantee shipping in time for Christmas except via expedited shipping methods.

There you have it, folks… Happy shopping!

News: Posted November 28th, 2011 by Alina

^ 3 Comments to “CYBER(punk) MONDAY SALE!”

  1. GELATINOUS CUBE SHIRT!!! I love it!!

    Posted November 28th, 2011 at 5:41 am
  2. ranthoron Says:

    Is it just me, or is the “artists edition”-option for the books broken?

    Posted November 28th, 2011 at 10:12 am
  3. Andy4Hire Says:

    Love the new store and the new items, especially the fridge poetry magnets! (Geekiness plus consumerism! Wheeeeeee!)

    One suggestion: For the “I’m With Flanking Bonus” t-shirts, have you considered adding an option to reverse the direction of the arrow, so a pair of people wearing the shirts could claim each other as flanking bonuses, instead of each wearer of the shirt only being able to claim the person on his or her left? Or is there some rule in RPGs that prevents people from being each other’s flanking bonuses?

    Posted November 30th, 2011 at 3:38 pm