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Do you want to stand out during Kingsday? Then such a nice orange sweater cannot be missed. These uni sweaters in orange are completely customizable and fun for boys and girls. Perfect for Kingsday, right?! And except for children's sizes, these orange sweaters can also be ordered in adult sizes.
This sweater is perfect to wear during Kingsday, especially if the weather isn't very nice. Of course, this sweater also keeps you warm in the evening.
Choose a nice logo, specially designed for Kingsday, and design your own orange sweater. How about the text 'Drama Queen' or 'Prince Charming'? And if you like it, you can also have your own name printed on it. Everything is possible at Bulbby. Go quickly to our designtool above and order your orange clothing in time for Kingsday.
Are you going to celebrate Kingsday with a bunch of friends? Would you all like to have a sweater like this? Mail to email@example.com to ask for a discount!
You can pay your order online at Bulbby. There are various payment options.
PAY WITH A BANK TRANSFER
You will receive the payment details by e-mail. You make the transfer online or by completing a transfer form and sending it to your bank. Consider a longer lead time. A transfer is free.
PAY WITH PAYPAL
If you choose to pay with PayPal, you will be redirected to the PayPal website during the checkout. Paying with PayPal is free.
PAY WITH A CREDIT CARD
You can also pay the products with a credit card, such as Mastercard, VISA or AmericanExpress. If the transaction is authorized, Bulbby receives the order confirmation. If the transaction isn’t authorized, you will be notified. Paying with a credit card is free.
At Bulbby you can opt for postpay through a giro. This giro collection form is sent by e-mail and must be paid within 14 days. This payment option is executed by Klarna and costs €1.95 euro.
PAYMENT METHODS FOR COMPANIES
As a company, it is possible to pay on account and receive an invoice every month. Please contact our customer service to ask about the possibilities.