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Pharaoh's Dealer Button / Coasters Now Available!

Discussion in 'ABCGiftsAndAwards.com Forum' started by abcgiftsandawards, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. abcgiftsandawards

    abcgiftsandawards Well-Known Member

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    Pharaoh's Coaster / Dealer Buttons Are Here!


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    ABC Gifts and Awards is proud to offer our "Pharaoh's Club and Casino" coaster / dealer buttons! Our thanks go out to TenPercenter and Johnny5 for giving us the opportunity to use the Pharaoh's artwork!

    These coasters are 3 1/2" in diameter, and are approximately 3/8" thick. They are solid ceramic (like a coffee mug), and weigh over 3 ounces each! These work great as coasters, or as dealer buttons to go along with your Pharaoh's chips!

    The bottoms of the coasters are uncoated, and thus cannot be printed. They slide well on a felt table. Each coaster comes with an adhesive cork bottom that can be applied if used on a hard surface.

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    The coasters are $8.00 each, or $24 for a set of four. Sets can be any combination of designs. Please specify which designs (Tournament 1, Tournament 2, Dealer 1, Dealer 2) you would like in the "Special Instructions" at the end of the payment process.

    To purchase your Pharaoh's Dealer Button / Coasters, please visit:
    http://www.abcgiftsandawards.com/pharaohscoasters.htm
     
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  2. UW85

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    Sweeeeeeet -- I'm all over that -- thanks!
     
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    NICE COASTERS! I tried to order one and the shipping estimate was coming up as $8 :sad: I think you need to check that calculator.
     
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  4. abcgiftsandawards

    abcgiftsandawards Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately, our shipping calculator has it's nuiances (I'm sure I spelled that wrong!). I think if I create separate buttons for single coasters and for sets, I may be able to get around it...I'll post an update as soon as I figure it out!

    Thanks,
    Gene

     
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    JM Well-Known Member
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    Great, thanks Gene. I figured it was something silly.
     
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    abcgiftsandawards Well-Known Member

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    Hi JM-

    Yes, something silly like the fact that for some reason, the shopping cart doesn't want to admit that first class mail is available!

    The new "small quantity" and "4 or more" add to cart buttons are up on the website now. If I can figure out a way to fix this without two buttons, I definitely will!

    (Shipping for one should come up as $3.95)

    Thanks,
    Gene
    http://www.abcgiftsandawards.com

     
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  7. on tilt

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    TenPercenter, Johnny5 and Gene.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

    I'll definitely be ordering a set of these.
     
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  8. abcgiftsandawards

    abcgiftsandawards Well-Known Member

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    You're welcome! You're going to really like these!

    Thanks,
    Gene

     
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    I just may be stupid, but what's the purpose of having "Tournament" printed on the coaster/button? :roll:
     
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    abcgiftsandawards Well-Known Member

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    Hi Catfish-

    I was hoping someone else might step in on this one....I actually don't know the answer! :huh: TenPercenter and Johnny5 took care of all the design/ideas on this one!

    Thanks,
    Gene

     
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    It is an excuse to by another Dealer button!!

    One for the tournament....One for the cash game!!



    Drake
     
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  12. abcgiftsandawards

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    Hmm...since Ten and Johnny don't make anything on these I don't think that's the reason...but then again I haven't heard any other ideas so at this point I'd have to say it's the best idea so far! :)

     
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    As the proud owner of a set of Pharaoh NCVs this certainly caught my eye. I just don't know about a dealer button that doubles as a coaster...​
     
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    Thanks for making this happen Ten, Johnny5 and Gene!

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    You're welcome....and thank you! :happy:

     
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    It's an excuse for us to buy more POKER STUFF!

    One button for the tournament and one for the ring game!!





    Drake
     
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    Probably a silly question.
    How big is the button?
    Thanks
     
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    abcgiftsandawards Well-Known Member

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    They are 3.5" in diameter, approximately 3/8" thick, and weigh over 3 oz!

    Thanks,
    Gene

     
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    These look great!

    I went to order a set of 4, but the shpping clocked in at $18.00 for me to Canada.

    Is this correct? It seems a little high.

    I still want to buy a set of 4, but I need to think about the shipping end of it a little more.
     
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  20. abcgiftsandawards

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    Hi jrees-

    We ship our packages insured, which from experience is quite important when shipping to Canada. In order to insure the package, it must be sent airmail parcel instead of airmail letter. This also allows the package to be tracked using the canadapost website.

    If you would like the coasters shipped uninsured, and with no tracking, we can ship by airmail letter for $9.00. However, if you request this shipping method, we will not be held responsible if the package is lost in the mail. Just send me a PM if you prefer this shipping method.

    Thanks,
    Gene

     
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