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Tuesday, August 05, 2008

TRIBE Frontline Prices

Bird of Paradise - 5500.00

Kiskadee - 4500.00

Brazilian Macaw - 4500.00

Caged Canary - 4700.00

Green Honey Creeper - 4995.00

Pheasant - 6000.00

Ruby Topaz - 4599.00

Flight of the Ibis - 4900.00

Golden Dove - 4200.00

Spangled Cotinga - 5995.00

Hummingbird - $4050.00

Blue Tanger - $4250.00

16 comments:

CARNIVAL ENTHUSIAST said...

well thank the heavens for BL.

Socaholic said...

Decisions decisions...

sexy eyes said...

OUCH!! that Pheasant price biting....

chris said...

Within budget for my choice. YIPPEEEE!

Trinibears said...

Hmmm Cheap.. Ah wondering about Individual costume Prices and What about the MALE HoneyCreeper? Isnt that a Frontline Costume?

dougla_1 said...

Somebody paying for Flight of the Ibis?

Carnival Jumbie said...

I buying two spangled continga frontline, one for monday and one for tuesday.lolol them mad yes !

Richard said...

the Green Honey Creeper male is an individual and there is someone that has expressed interest in it so do not be too concerned, and the peacock individual has also been booked,and many ask Why show Individuals at the launch?
It make for a dramatic presentation, and it shows persons up front which individuals are available and what they look like, and individual costumes are not mass produced because THEY ARE INDIVIDUALS, meaning one of a kind for the person that wants to spend a little more to stand out ,it has been done for years,it is just being formally presented to the general audience now.
To get an individual costume is simple just ask at your respective mas camp/band house, but be warned IT IS NOT CHEAP. Many persons playing individual usually pay the extra because they enter the individual competition on the Wednesday before carnival and most of the time they make back a portion of what the spent, so to them it is worth it.

jv said...

when will the website be up?!?!?!?!?!

CARNIVAL ENTHUSIAST said...

when is registration????

dougla_1 said...

richard my bad mistake on Flight of the Ibis, the frontline is indeed geogeous. But, everytime someone call that section, I CAN'T get the misdirected gooney bird INDVIDUAL out of my mind. It's a nightmare. Please DON'T encourage anybody to pay for that, please. Please, keep them tied down in St Anns!

Ms. Sexy said...

If I wanted a back pack to be twice the size of a frontline? would that be considered an oversized frontline or an individual? and do tribe accomadate people with such demands. Apart from two years ago tribe usual release their individual costumes very late.

can someone point me in the right direction?

Tr|n|gYa| said...

NO to that Pheasant frontline price!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ms. Sexy said...

well I know for a fact that lady amherst tails which are the long feathers can be quite costly, so I assume that the price is justified when you compare them to the materials used in the other sections.

Carnival Diva said...

FANTABULOUS!

Goddess said...

LOL.. How everybody notice the Pheasant price and nobody say anything about Spangled Cotinga....is only $5 difference. Yuh cyar even buy a decent pack of glitter with that.

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