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Man United and Arsenal shirts amongst these to have risen in value by 14 per cent for the brand new season

REVEALED: Man United and Arsenal shirts rise risen in value by 14 per cent for the brand new season to £80… however prime golf equipment will earn JUST £4.80 from the sale of every reproduction jersey

  • All Premier League golf equipment who’ve launched new shirts have hiked their costs
  • Manchester United and Arsenal have raised costs by 14 per cent to £80
  • Whereas Tottenham may have the most costly fundamental grownup short-sleeved shirt

All 10 Premier League golf equipment who’ve introduced their reproduction shirt costs for subsequent season have hiked costs by between 9 and 14 per cent. Arsenal and Manchester United shirts have gone up from £70 to £80 for 2023-24, an increase of 14 per cent.

These two golf equipment, together with Tottenham, who’ve raised their value by £5 year-on-year to £80, may have the most costly fundamental grownup short-sleeved reproduction shirts.

If consumers wish to add official Premier League badges, in addition to a reputation and quantity, the fee rises to £100.

In response to Dr Peter Rohlmann, a German sports activities advertising professional, the ‘fundamental’ price of constructing a ‘typical’ £80 shirt is simply £8 per unit, or 10 per cent of the gross sales value. That £8 contains the price of supplies and labour (often in Asia) plus transportation.

The retailer of the shirt, which is commonly a membership, sometimes pockets £26.40 from an £80 shirt, with the manufacturing model taking £23.47. VAT is £13.33, with the membership receiving £4.80 ‘licence charge’ per shirt, whereas £2.40 per shirt is spent on advertising, and £1.60 on native distribution.

The new Man United shirt has risen in price by 14 per cent after increasing from £70 to £80

The brand new Man United shirt has risen in value by 14 per cent after rising from £70 to £80

Replica shirt prices have risen by £5 at Liverpool next season - going up to £74.95

Arsenal's replica shirts have gone up in price from £70 to £80 for the 2023-2024 campaign

Duplicate shirt costs have risen by £5 at Liverpool subsequent season – going as much as £74.95. Whereas Arsenal’s reproduction shirts have gone up in value from £70 to £80

These figures are illustrative and fluctuate barely relying on the contracts between the golf equipment and their producers, who sometimes pay a lump sum on prime to the golf equipment every year.

Golf equipment contacted by In The Cash say their package suppliers — together with adidas, Nike and Puma — are chargeable for setting the shirt costs.

Duplicate shirt costs have risen by £5 for subsequent season at Manchester Metropolis (to £75), Liverpool (to £74.95), Aston Villa (to £70), Newcastle (to £70), Everton (to £65), Crystal Palace (to £60) and Wolves (to £60).

PREMIER LEAGUE SHIRTS 2023-24 

Arsenal £80 (was £70) +£10

Man Utd £80 (was £70) +£10

Tottenham £80 (was £75) +£5

Man Metropolis £75 (was £70) +£5

Liverpool £74.95 (was £69.95) +£5

Villa £70 (was £65) +£5

Newcastle £70 (was £65) +£5

Everton £65 (was £60) +£5

Palace £60 (was £55) +£5

Wolves £60 (was £55) +£5

*The above shirts are grownup, quick sleeve, no letters/numbers, from on-line membership shops  

Wimbledon prize cash returns to pre-pandemic ranges

The males’s and ladies’s singles winners at Wimbledon, which begins on Monday, will see their prize cash rise again to pre-pandemic ranges this 12 months, with the champions amassing £2.35million every, the identical as in 2019. 

The 2020 championships had been cancelled and the 2021 prime prizes had been £1.7m, rising to £2m final 12 months.

Wimbledon's men's and women's single winners prize money has returned to pre-pandemic amounts

Wimbledon’s males’s and ladies’s single winners prize cash has returned to pre-pandemic quantities

It’s decrease down the singles pecking order that prize cash has soared most in current instances. 

Losers in third-round qualifying, which ends as we speak, will accumulate £36,000, nearly double the £19,500 paid in 2018. First-round losers will pocket £55,000 this 12 months, in opposition to £39,000 in 2018.

Per diems — or money allowances for lodging and meals every day — have risen round 35 per cent in 5 years, so foremost draw gamers will accumulate £270 per day in 2023, and qualifying rivals about £135.

Free transport every day to and from the membership can also be a participant perk.

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