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10-15-2011, 02:46 PM
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For me, (if this is the same guy) he didn't do that. He just told me he could lower the price. It seemed to go without saying that he could do that for anyone, and didn't try to tell me that I was somehow special to get a deal like that.

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10-17-2011, 03:08 PM
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The only women's jersey they carry is the old navy blue one (which is the current 3rd). Unfortunately that won't help in finding a retro.



I believe I saw a women's Paajarvi jersey at Game on Sports or Jersey City within the last week.
Here are the numbers for either one..
Game on Sports: (780) 406-8512
Jersey City: 780-435-3788

Give them a shot and hopefully they'll have something for you.
You rock! The kingsway store has one in the right size... just navigating how to buy it with customer service (they don't take VISA over the phone)

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10-17-2011, 05:16 PM
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Just wanted to chime in, and say good on you for doing the research to get authentic product. I can't believe the level of ebay/fake jerseys you see around town. My friend and I were standing on the LRT platform after a game and were actually hard pressed to spot an authentic jersey. The bubbly logos, off-orange numbers, and crooked names are ridiculous. They seem to out number the real stuff 3-1. Spend the money and get something real, please!

That said, I got my jersey from The Hockey Life, and they were incredibly helpful. Good selection too, jerseys from the entire NHL.

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10-24-2011, 03:28 PM
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For those of you who shop at Jersey City, I have a question for you.

I am looking at buying a jersey there and have heard that they have some sort of points program for every dollar you spend. Can anyone tell me exactly how this works?

I was going to purchase online since I have a 10% discount but I thought I would just see what this was about before buying.

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10-24-2011, 07:34 PM
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For those of you who shop at Jersey City, I have a question for you.

I am looking at buying a jersey there and have heard that they have some sort of points program for every dollar you spend. Can anyone tell me exactly how this works?

I was going to purchase online since I have a 10% discount but I thought I would just see what this was about before buying.
Jersey City calls it their "Priority Club", you get 1 point per dollar you spend and when you spend $500 you receive a $50 gift certificate. It's a good deal considering 2 crested jersey's will get you pretty close to $500.

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Just bought a RNH and Taylor Hall white oiler jersey at United Cycle in South edmonton. $140 bucks each. 40% off up until xmas. $230 bucks normal. They said jersey sales were down due to the lockout.

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12-07-2012, 02:24 PM
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Just bought a RNH and Taylor Hall white oiler jersey at United Cycle in South edmonton. $140 bucks each. 40% off up until xmas. $230 bucks normal. They said jersey sales were down due to the lockout.
I could see that. Not only are the fans suffering, but the business owners who depend on the NHL.

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12-07-2012, 02:38 PM
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Just bought a RNH and Taylor Hall white oiler jersey at United Cycle in South edmonton. $140 bucks each. 40% off up until xmas. $230 bucks normal. They said jersey sales were down due to the lockout.
I wouldn't buy anything with a NHL logo on it right now, not even for $1.

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12-07-2012, 02:50 PM
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Reebok Store in South Common isn't a bad option either they have decent prices considering they MAKE the jerseys,

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I wouldn't buy anything with a NHL logo on it right now, not even for $1.
I was like that until I was in walmart the other day and saw an Oilers heated fleece blanket for like 30 bucks. I had to have that. I'm so warm right now.

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12-07-2012, 04:57 PM
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I work at a sportmart, and the old oilers jerseys (the ugly reebok ones that look like practice jerseys) are only $20. Authentic and were originally $139.99
I know they aren't the best jersey but for 20 bucks can't go wrong

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12-07-2012, 06:17 PM
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I could see that. Not only are the fans suffering, but the business owners who depend on the NHL.
They should be exerting pressure on ownership to get the season going. Hopefully Reebok is.

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