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Would you pay extra for a cotton wristband?
Yes
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85% [ 24 ]
No
14%
14% [ 4 ]
Total Votes : 28

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Vlien
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PostPosted: 10/10/2007, 12:45 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

In another topic we were discussing the issue of the cotton wristbands!
Some people really want them, and are willing to pay more for this..
But I assume there will be people who won't want to pay more..

So here's the poll.
Would you pay more for your ticket if it means you'll get a cotton wristband?


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PostPosted: 10/10/2007, 02:51 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

Leather wristband > cotton > paper


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PostPosted: 10/10/2007, 05:29 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

i prefer taking normal showers and having normal sleepy time, so i voted 'yes'


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PostPosted: 10/10/2007, 06:53 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

absolutely pro-cotton, i like to keep my festival-wristbands, i only have a small collection of 3 on my right arm hehe, would be nice to have another one there, especially if it was from mfvf Very Happy
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PostPosted: 10/10/2007, 07:55 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

It depends on how much more I´d have to pay, so I can´t answer this question yet.
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PostPosted: 10/10/2007, 08:27 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

with a wristband in plastic, you can take showers Wink
and the price isn't that much, depends where you buy them Mr. Green

(I'm not involved in this topic, but I make a suggestion Razz )


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PostPosted: 11/10/2007, 11:34 am Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

I would !
I love cotton wristbands ! I think it's sad some of my favourite festivals have no cotton wristbands Crying or Very sad
Because I'm allergic to the plastic ones (and they break easily) Sad
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PostPosted: 16/10/2007, 02:41 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

Cotton is just better than the ones from last edition (even the festival's name wasnt mentionned)
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PostPosted: 22/10/2007, 10:14 am Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

The bracelets of this years edition were so poor Razz


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PostPosted: 22/10/2007, 11:01 am Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

they did fit nicely though and stayed put for two days.


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PostPosted: 22/10/2007, 01:19 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

Opting for custom made titanium bracers.. I rather see money invested into the festival than in my proof of payment.
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PostPosted: 22/10/2007, 04:29 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

as long as i have a nice ticket, thats cool. i never wear this wristband after the festivals because it become dirty. yeah and you are right because i prefer to see the money in great shows like this weekend.
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PostPosted: 25/10/2007, 03:12 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

they won´t get dirty if you wash them while having a shower Wink


definetly cotton... plastic sucks Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: 15/10/2008, 09:55 pm Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

Definetly cotton wristbands,cause I collect them on my arm as long as I can.


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PostPosted: 26/10/2008, 10:27 am Post subject: Cotton wristbands Reply with quote

I don't like wristbands at all they bore.I always cut them off even on the festival itself when I don't have the intension of leaving anymore. Doesn't matter if it is plastic, cotton or paper.

So in that case I prefer paper because it is the cheapest and youdon't need a knife to cut it.

I still think of the good thays where wristband didn't exist and that you just got a stamp, even on big festivals like graspop.
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