You never know what design you'll be getting and it is always a pleasant surprise when you get a shirt in the mail and eagerly tear apart the packaging. I've actually never received a shirt I didn't like, all of them have been spot on--like the website can read my mind.
If you want to experience the rush and mystery of random shirts in the mail, there are some places with better deals than others. Where are these treasure troves? Well, here's a handy guide on some of my best mystery t-shirt spots!
Six Dollar Shirts. This is like one of the OG t-shirt websites and it's still chugging away, plus they added their own mystery t-shirt offer. Only $2.95 for a random shirt from their repertoire! Although, their designs tend to be less geek related and more overall sweet artwork.
Busted Tees. If you're looking for pop culture and geeky flair, Busted Tees is one of the biggest places to go. They also have a mystery tee deal, but it's on the higher end at $8.00. Still better than a $30 plain white t-shirt from Urban Outfitters, right?
Threadless. This one is the most expensive on the list at $20, but you get three mystery t-shirts! Threadless is another website that sells original artwork of designers and artists more than geeky references.
Teefury. You have to keep an eye on this one because Teefury doesn't do daily mystery t-shirts, only specials when they need to clear out their warehouses. This is how I got my Tie Fighter argyle shirt and it was only $6.00 or something like that. The best time to look is at the end of a season (going from winter to spring, for example) or at the end of the month.
Shirt.Woot. Another one where you have to keep an eye out for their mystery t-shirt deals when they're getting rid of extra stock! But they will usually do deals like two random t-shirts for only $12.00 or less.
Have you ever tried out a mystery t-shirt deal? Also, why isn't there a mystery t-shirt of the month club yet?!