I've put in this option for people outside Australia who forgot to add shipping to their contribution ($7 for the Scrubba wash bag and $15 for the kit). The actual shipping cost is almost double this but I will wear the difference.
For $20 (add $7 for shipping outside Australia) you get a microfibre Scrubba travel towel as a gift. It is lightweight and comes in a mesh carry case. Unlike many travel towels, this one is large enough (~60cm x 140cm) to wrap around you after a shower and is perfect for drying your clothes after each load of washing. Similar towels retail for $30-$40.
$30 (add $7 for shipping outside Australia) gets you your very own Scrubba wash bag cheaper than anyone else, because you were quicker than everyone else.
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$35 (add $7 for shipping outside Australia) gets you a Scrubba wash bag at a discounted price. Not quite as cheap as the early bird deal, but they were quicker.
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$40 (add $7 for shipping outside Australia) lets you travel clean, light and free with your very own Scrubba wash bag. You would spend more than this on laundry while travelling in Europe.
$48 (add $7 for shipping outside Australia) gets you a Scrubba prototype wash bag. As the name implies, this is a prototype. It won't be as neat, flexible or durable as the final product will be but it will work and can be shipped almost straight away. Note that shipping times from Australia are 4-10 working days.
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$60 (add $15 for shipping outside Australia) provides you with everything you need to wash your clothes free and efficiently while travelling. The kit includes: a Scrubba wash bag; a Scrubba travel towel; a Scrubba pegless clothesline; and a Scrubba lightweight drawstring backpack made of waterproof material. Whats more, because you are one of the first on board, you get it cheap!
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$70 (add $15 for shipping outside Australia) provides you with all your laundry needs while travelling. This kit includes: a Scrubba wash bag (wash clothes for free); Scrubba travel towel (dry clothes or yourself); Scrubba pegless clothesline (further dry clothes); Scrubba lightweight drawstring backpack made of waterproof material (store clothes or use as a daypack).
$75 (add $7 for shipping outside Australia) gets you two Scrubba Wash Bags. Perfect if you don't want to share your bag with your travel buddy.
$500 (add $50 for shipping outside Australia) gets you 15 Scrubba Wash Bags. Enough bags to kit up a Scout troop or test sales in your shop.