Its been two years since I left brilliant. I am back now... and I cant see the T shirts and prizes which we used to exchange for points. Are these removed from brilliant?

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@Calvin Lin
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Honestly, YES... T-shirts were inspiring... and nothing else (even our curiosity) can't motivate us more.
Think about this: Set a minimum point limit say 50k. When someone reaches that "únlock" a gift (eg. T-shirt), which we will get on "paying" for it. This way brilliant won't have to worry about resources.

@Aditya Jain
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Currently, there is no way for us to supply T-shirts at Rs 800. The price would have to be closer to Rs 2500, in order for us to consider doing this.

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Yes. These have been removed from Brilliant.

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so is there no way to get those T shirts?

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Correct.

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If a monetary reward is the only reason for you to solve problems, then we do not have the resources to pay everyone to do math. If you are curious in exploring the wonders of math and science, or want to improve your problem solving skills (for your own good), then I can work with you on it.

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Is there a way to buy Brilliant.org t-shirts? I usually hate advertising, but would love to be a walking advertisement for quality education.

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