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We Are Bonds T-Shirt Promo

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Bonds are giving away 35,000+ t-shirts. Currently 88 have been claimed

How to be part of The Birthday Project

  • In short, all you have to do is scroll to your birthday and upload a recent photo of yourself to that date.
  • Simply choose your best self-portrait shot (ideal dimensions at 1024x768px, up to 5MB file size) and upload.
  • Don’t worry if there’s already a photo on your birthday, you can add multiple photos to the same date.
  • You can choose to give us a display name rather than showing your first name to the public.
  • Once you upload and submit your photo, we’ll aim to check over it as soon as possible so that it can go live for all the world to see.
  • Once it’s checked, we’ll send you an email to confirm you’re in, but if you don’t hear back from us straight away don’t worry, you won’t lose your place in the queue, we’ll get to it as soon as possible.

Terms:
http://www.wearebonds.com.au/terms/

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  • +28 votes

    free t-shirt with your date of birth printed on the front..
    in exchange for which you give bonds free reign to do what they want with your name, email address, date of birth and photo that you upload…

    who thinks of these promos…

    • +15 votes

      The Information and Images may also be used by the Promoter on its website (www.bonds.com.au), Facebook Page (www.Facebook.com/Bonds), and in other forms of promotion or advertising including online web banners, packaging, in-store and point of sale, print, on-line, outdoor, TV and cinema advertising. The Information and Images may also be used by the Promoter's agencies associated with this Promotion in submissions for industry awards and behind the scenes footage.

      stuff that

    • +1 vote

      I claimed my date with a Gmail email address. Only your alias is shown and my photo is only a partial face.

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    that is pretty cool

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    Can't be bothered installing Flash or switching to Chrome.

  • +2 votes

    Is there anything stopping me from using an image of a random person I find on Google images?

    • +14 votes

      Of course not, silly. Just don't forget to disable SafeSearch and include the word 'naked'.

      • +2 votes

        Pfft, how could I forget to do that?

    • -1 vote

      Copyright on the photo you choose that is not yours.
      Morality of lying about the submission being of you.

      • +1 vote

        Eh.

    • +1 vote

      It may be watermarked, and depending on their system, it may be picked up.

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        Good thinking 99. Hmmmm….

  • +2 votes

    I'd prefer the shirt without the printing on the front but eh, whatever, it's free!

    • +6 votes

      It's not. Facebook and Google (at the minimum) are proof that your personal info is not free.

      • +3 votes

        I don't really care that people know my date of birth and that I like the colour purple and prefer carrots over peas, I probably should but I really don't. If someone can make money with that information, good luck to them!

        • +3 votes

          How often is a DOB used to help verify identity?

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          DOB is a very weak form of identification anyway, even in a pre-Facebook world.

        • +2 votes

          Carrots ARE better than peas.

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        Why do you have to put your actual DOB?

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          Because the shirt has your DOB printed on it…

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    .

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    01-01-1900 with a pic of Kylie - maybe?
    All my details going to a mailing list - maybe not!

  • +2 votes
    1. In the case of the first 15,000 Entrants who are the first person to nominate a particular birth date on a validly submitted entry, the Incentive is a free Bonds tee-shirt with the winner's birth date printed on the front valued at up to $21.95 RRP (depending on whether it is a men's, women's, kids or babies tee-shirt).

    2. In the case of all remaining Entrants (from number 15,001 and over) who are the first person to nominate a particular birth date on a validly submitted entry, the Incentive is a promotion code which entitles the Entrant to receive 20% off the price of any fully priced products offered for sale on the Bonds online store located at www.bonds.com.au. The code may be only used in respect of one purchase.

    3. Where the Entrant is not the first person to nominate a particular birth date on their validly submitted entry, the available Incentive is a promotion code which entitles the Entrant to receive 10% off the price of any fully priced product offered for sale on the Bonds online store located at www.bonds.com.au. The code may be only used in respect of one purchase.

    looks like only 15,000 tees guys. RUSHHHH!!!

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      I like the part where they expect 1 million entries (in the details regarding the total prize pool)

      a bit optimistic I think

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        I saw that as well. I like how nobody but us OzBargainers would think to calculate that.

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      Looks like the rules have changed…

      For all Entrants who are the first person to nominate a particular birth date on a validly submitted entry, the Incentive is a free Bonds tee-shirt with the winner's birth date printed on the front valued at up to $21.95 RRP (depending on whether it is a men's, women's, kids or babies tee-shirt). The maximum number of tee-shirts available to be awarded in this Promotion is 35,301 (based on the number of birth dates available to be claimed). The total maximum value of this incentive is $774,865.95 (inc GST).

      Where an Entrant is not the first person to nominate a particular birth date on their validly submitted entry, the available Incentive is a promotion code which entitles the Entrant to receive 10% off the price of any fully priced product offered for sale on the Bonds online store located at www.bonds.com.au. The code may only be used in respect of one purchase. The total expected maximum value of this incentive is $6,600,000 (inc GST).

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    When I get to the photo 'edit your image', it's tricky to get the image 'within the box'-
    image won't stay there. Then, there's no NEXT button.
    Anyone help?
    Update-The Bonds phone help desk says to be patient, as their site has so many people trying to get on. They've put messages on facebook.

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      You have to ZOOM in, then place your head in the box.

      ie the entire outer box has to have part of the photo in it.

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    So is the image you upload going to be on the tshirt?

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      No, it won't. Check out the YouTube video- Rachael Taylor launches the Bonds Birthday Project, to see her in the Tshirt. It's just says " I AM …." & the date only.

      When editing the image, do NOT click on the big X on the top right corner, as this will take you out, & you'll have to upload the pic again.

  • +22 votes

    Earliest date is 05/07/1915. WELL STUFF THAT.

    /WW1 Vet
    /Table flip

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      Age Discrimination.

      Now I hate Pacific Brands even more.

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        This is when Bonds was born. The whole promotion is based on this fact.

    • +5 votes

      Table flipping 97+ year old … that's awesome!

      • +1 vote

        That was the part that got me because I could visualise it happening in my head.

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      COTD

  • +1 vote

    +ve. I wouldn't get one done for myself but great for my little girl…

  • +3 votes

    we finally get to see wht ozbargainers look like

    • +1 vote

      Are you sure you really want to know?

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    I did one for the youngest and oldest in our family. Neither have much of an online presence before today haha

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    The site is verrrrryyyyyyy slooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwww. I suspect its currently being Ozbargained! I can only get it to work on the google Chrome browser but its taking forever to save the photo so Im not sure if its going to work or not?

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      That happened to me earlier, but if you select a facebook photo it's almost instant.

  • +1 vote

    I guess now that Bonds have gone off-shore they produce these for about 20cents each. I wonder if they will accept a picture of my dog?

  • +1 vote

    I made my very own dusty smith t :) 06-06-66

  • +4 votes

    Free is free.
    But ive been boycotting Bonds/Pacific Brands since they went offshore.

  • +1 vote

    You'll look like an idiot wearing this tee.

    • +1 vote

      No I won't.

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        not to sleep, or work in my yard or paint the house

  • +1 vote

    Do you guys think they will let me print a t-shirt with a Ron Jeremy photo?

  • +1 vote

    /upload Jeremy Lin

  • +1 vote

    4 hours of ozbargaining and only 400 taken?!

    • +1 vote

      not being ozbargained

  • +10 votes

    Pacific brands are still boycotted by me and many others. I haven't forgotten the Cessnock fiasco with the manufacturing equipment that they were trying to send over seas. The Government "US Tax payers, payed for them" No one will tell anyone what happened to them.

    • +2 votes

      Maybe claim the free T shirt then post the picture of you burning it on there web site ?

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    Awww look at the cute babies! One is only 4 days old :)

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    Can we upload just a random stock photo???

  • +3 votes

    they would check the photo (including the jpg metadata perhaps??)

    anyhow 3/3/91 is a bit of a hottie…

    • +2 votes

      So is the 01/04/91

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        i think i just vomited a little

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          24 10 91
          25 01 92

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          04/01/92
          06/09/69

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          MOAR!

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          9/8/89 > all above

    • -2 votes

      She's looking forward to giving birth in May and getting married in December. Enough said…

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      16.08.1989
      13.07.1989
      =]

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    i just want a free tshirt

  • +1 vote

    They are inviting mischief, if I have more time I would love to partake. But I will just have to encourage others to (remember it is Pacific Brands people, they deserve all that you can throw at them).

    If you find a photo of "yourself" on the web that you would like to use, use print screen and paste it into a blank image and you should loose the original details….

    • +1 vote

      been doing that, I put my cat up…but the stupid idiots deleted it. At least he lives in Australia. Pacific Brands has no Fans in Cessnock NSW. Even the council there were not buying their products any more.

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      I wonder how many photos broden will be finding of himself on the web ;)

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    Anything in the terms say that my dog can't get a free t-shirt?

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      It will be deleted, my cat was.

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        Oh well stuff that, they're not getting a photo of me.

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          what if I put a picture of Chuck Norris?

          I don't want to hurt any one.

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    When does the photos usually get approved??

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      with my cat it was within 5 minutes, it was disapproved

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        Did you get an email telling you that?

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          I recieved an email after i posted it,then picture just Disapeared.
          Hey Kyza, "my cat"

          Thanks for joining in on The Birthday Project.

          We're just checking over your entry. You'll receive confirmation and details on how to claim your free goodies via your email soon.

          In the meantime we'd love for you to share The Birthday Project with your family and friends.

          Thanks from the Bonds team at The Birthday Project.

          P.S. You can now shop online for all your Bonds favourites at bonds.com.au.

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    6-9-69 + pic of Dirk Diggler = Awww yeahhhhhh.

  • +3 votes

    Just saw Barrack Obama. Seems legit.

  • +1 vote

    This marketing campaign has generated a 1-minute news item on 7 News critical of Pacific Brands' hypocrisy (sacking workers while celebrating Bonds’ birthday), and a 5-minute fluff piece on TodayTonight "praising this iconic brand".

    So much free publicity for such a bad company.

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    how do i enter can someone please help me thanks

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      Are you having trouble following the instruction posted at the top of this page?

      Send us a scan your driver's licence and lots of people will be able to help you enter the competition and empty your bank account.

  • +2 votes

    The site has crashed.

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      aaa okay nps.

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      From Bonds facebook:
      Hey guys, the birthday project site is currently down due to the massive response we have received. As much as we love seeing your smiling faces on here, entries can only be accepted from the site. We are working hard to get the site back up and running, we will keep you posted. For the safety of your personal info, please don't load your pics with full names and birth dates on Facebook.

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        "For the safety of your personal info, please don't load your pics with full names and birth dates on Facebook." but feel free to post them to an equally publicly accessible web site?

    • +2 votes

      Another new user who cannot read??????

    • +1 vote

      what.

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    Looks like its back up!

  • +1 vote

    We're BONDS!No access!

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    has anyone received their email for claiming their t-shirt yet?

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      I haven't.

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        yep. had to go to website and fill in my details so they can post it