Matthew Perry is launching a new range of Friends merch - where you can buy it

Matthew Perry has revealed that he will be releasing limited edition Friends merchandise in an effort to raise money in the fight against Covid-19.

Matthew Perry has revealed that he will be releasing limited edition Friends merchandise in an effort to raise money in the fight against Covid-19.

Perry, best known for playing the sarcastic Chandler Bing on the hit sitcom Friends, revealed the news on his Instagram account, posting a picture of himself wearing one of the t-shirts that will be available.

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He wrote, “What is this, a limited edition t-shirt for charity?

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“For two weeks only, I’m releasing an apparel collection! Proceeds will support the World Health Organisation’s Covid-19 relief efforts.”

The store itself is named ‘Could this BE any more of a Matthew Perry merch store?’.

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What’s available?

There is a range of products available that you can choose from, like t-shirts, hoodies, mugs and hats which sport one of two designs.

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The first design features three drawings of Chandler Bing dancing, with the text underneath reading “Could this BE any more of a [x]”. The second design is just the text.

The hats also have writing which says, “What is this, a baseball cap?”

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The items come in a range of colours, including black, white and navy.

You can browse the full selection of items on the online store here.

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How much do items cost?

The t-shirts cost $32.66 (£24.51), the hoodies cost $54.44 (£40.85), the mugs cost $18.14 (£13.61) and the hats cost $26.61 (£19.97).

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The website states that international shipping is available, and your shipping costs will be displayed in the order breakdown on the checkout page.

The cost of shipping price depends on a number of factors, such as your shipping address and the number of items you’re ordering.

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Shipping will begin on 5 January 2021.

The website explains that “a portion of proceeds from every product sold supports the Covid-19 relief efforts of the World Health Organisation”.