Spreadshirt Terms & Conditions (For Customers)

Read our summary of Spreadshirt's Terms & Conditions (For Customers).


  • Spreadshirt offers a 30-day return policy.
  • Spreadshirt may change terms at any time and continued use is acceptance of new terms.
  • Use of the site does not grant intellectual property rights to users.
  • You may not use automated means to monitor or copy site content.
  • Spreadshirt can refuse service and terminate access without notice.
  • Spreadshirt Shops and Partner Shops are distinct entities with different responsibilities.
  • Spreadshirt is not responsible for third-party content or actions.
  • Spreadshirt disclaims all implied warranties to the fullest extent of the law.
  • Spreadshirt's liability is limited in case of damages or issues arising from use of the service.
  • Users must indemnify Spreadshirt against claims related to user-provided content.
  • Spreadshirt collects and uses personal information as per its privacy policy.
  • Disputes must be resolved through binding arbitration in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Persons under the age of 13 are prohibited from using the site.
  • Spreadshirt reserves the right to subcontract third parties for payment processing.
  • Customers are responsible for paying any applicable local taxes and fees on international orders.

Things to watch out for

  • Spreadshirt can unilaterally change the terms and conditions, and continued use of the site and service is considered acceptance of these new terms.
  • Spreadshirt may revoke your license to access the site and service at any time, which could affect your access to your content or ability to sell.
  • Spreadshirt is not liable for any third-party content or services, which could affect your experience or interactions on the site.
  • Any legal disputes with Spreadshirt must be resolved through arbitration, limiting your options for legal recourse in a court of law.


What happens if Spreadshirt changes its terms and conditions?

If Spreadshirt changes its terms, you will be notified and must accept the new terms to continue using the site and service. If you disagree with the changes, you must stop using the services.

Can I use the designs or content from Spreadshirt for my own purposes?

No, using the site and service does not grant you any rights to Spreadshirt's intellectual property unless explicitly stated.

What is Spreadshirt's liability in case of a dispute or issue with their service?

Spreadshirt's liability is limited, and they are not responsible for consequential, special, indirect, or incidental damages arising from the use of their site and service.

Data Collection

  • Personal information necessary for processing payment
  • Information provided in user accounts

(Last updated: 23rd January, 2024)

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