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2 For Price of 1 on Qwertee: Site Error: One Off Code Works Again and Again!

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Hi Guys, I've ordered quite a bit from Qwertee in the past but have not ordered anything for the past few months. They sent me an email yesterday trying to get me to come back saying: "So as a s… Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Hi Guys,

I've ordered quite a bit from Qwertee in the past but have not ordered anything for the past few months. They sent me an email yesterday trying to get me to come back saying:

"So as a special treat we'd like to offer you a very special "Buy One, Get One FREE" deal for the next 7 days only as a awesome treat just for you. How does it work? Simple! If you buy any 2 tees or prints you get the cheapest one completely FREE! And yes, you can "Buy 2 and get 2 FREE" etc all the way up to "Buy 4 get 4 Free"! All you have to do is use your unique discount code "AZ5B2VHGW" while checking out, it's just for you, and can only be used by you. This is literally the best offer we've ever given anyone, it means you get tees/prints right now from £4.5/€5.5/$6 each where YOU GET TO PICK THE DESIGNS YOU WANT, so we'd suggest taking advantage quickly. This offer ends at 10pm GMT on Thursday 20th April!"

Now, the good news is the code they sent me seems to be broken or not unique because after ordering myself I shared it with 2 of my friends and both were able to get he the same offer as me with no problem using the discount code: "AZ5B2VHGW"

So the cheapest tees you can get are the daily ones, if you were to use the code on them you could buy 2 and get them for £4.5 each (I think that's the cheapest daily tees I've ever seen there). But better still I think it's the cheapest way ever to get any of the 100+ designs in the Tee Shop (their most popular previous designs) also, so if you buy 2 of them they are £6.50 each and you can buy up to 8 tees!

Anyway, I thought it was worth a mention here as it's the cheapest prices I've ever seen there. I've bought about 20+ tees there over the past few years and have been very happy with their quality for the price. I've had one or two orders take a while to arrive so they can be a bit slow, but always been happy with what I've got in the post when it arrives. Free sweets with every order too is always a bonus.

I'd imagine they might realise their mistake if they get a load of orders but I figured it might be worth a go if any of you are looking for cheap tees!

£4 P&P per order

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#1
Doesn't work now, just tried it, no discount removed from order. . .
#2
I've gotten the same email too, and the code is the same. I assume it's a generic code.
Either way, I feel like Qwertee's gone downhill since I ordered from there 2 or so years ago; the designs seem to be getting worse and worse, I feel. What's more is that their 'one offs' seem to pop up again. For example, I bought a shirt only for it to come up as a daily tee a couple of months later.
#3
I just tried it again there and it seems fine for me. If you have 2 tees in the cart and enter the code the cheapest one becomes free, it puts in a discount amount that's equal to it.

Code I'm using is "AZ5B2VHGW"
1 Like #4
Works fine for me no need to expire
#5
TDALAKIS
Works fine for me no need to expire
Great, glad to hear it!
#6
I got the same e-mail with the same code, so as others have said, it's a generic code.

Still not enough to get me to go back to them. Found the quality of the Tshirts to be pretty poor. Some of the designs are nice though.
#7
cheapest I can see is £13
Actually no I've found cheaper.

Edited By: 1616french on Apr 15, 2017 17:32: added comments
#8
did you forget to add p&p to the price?
#9
What's the quality and sizing like?
2 Likes #10
£4 p&p doesn't make it that great a deal
3 Likes #11
repouk
What's the quality and sizing like?

They use a brand called Gildan. It's pretty standard sizing - however the last time I bought from them they sent a 'softstyle' Gildan T-shirt (Which shrinks after one wash and is a slightly slimmer fit). I prefer either 'Ultra' or 'Heavy' because the sizing is just right and can withstand a 30/40 degree wash without any shrinkage.

Not sure if anything has changed because it's been a while since I have bought a T-shirt from there.

I know about T-shirts (especially the Gildan brand) because I work with them every day haha.
[mod]#12
Thanks OP, worked fine, picked up a couple tees - can also pay via Paypal.

Heat added
#13
Never used Qwertee before but thought i'd give them a go. Just used the code now and it worked no problem, thanks OP.
#14
dbizal
[quote=repouk] What's the quality and sizing like?

For the ladies if you don't mind tight tees then the M is the way to go. If you like em looser then L. If you want a tent get XL. Not sure about XXL. Quality is great, but after a dozen or so washes the print begins to crack but that's like that with a lot of tees off the street.

Edited By: Trueogre on Apr 15, 2017 21:07
#15
Ordered at 10pm 15/04/2017, worked fine for me
#16
dbizal
repouk
What's the quality and sizing like?
They use a brand called Gildan. It's pretty standard sizing - however the last time I bought from them they sent a 'softstyle' Gildan T-shirt (Which shrinks after one wash and is a slightly slimmer fit). I prefer either 'Ultra' or 'Heavy' because the sizing is just right and can withstand a 30/40 degree wash without any shrinkage.
Not sure if anything has changed because it's been a while since I have bought a T-shirt from there.
I know about T-shirts (especially the Gildan brand) because I work with them every day haha.

Those Gildan T-shirts are very cheap, I got some for £2-£3 each. I would say though they are better quality than Fruit of the Loom and cheap retail chain t-shirts.

Edited By: hotmep on Apr 15, 2017 22:50: typo
#17
Yeah they are cheap but good quality.

I worked in a T-shirt printers. I much prefer Gildan to any other brand to be honest... other than the Gildan Softstyle. They are awful lol.
#18
Thanks for the code! The same thing happened to me a few weeks ago after not ordering from then in a while but there are a few more designs I'd like to pick up. Definitely a mistake as, like your email says, the code is meant to 'only be used by you' but we might as well take advantage of it if we can.

Just one thing though -
£4 P&P per order
Not sure where you got that from but it's £2.50 for the first t-shirt, £3.75 for 2, £4.95 for 3, £5.95 for 4, etc. For anyone doing the maths on that, the postage on 2 shirts is the best value so if you wanted 4 you'd be best off placing two separate orders of two shirts each (it even suggests you do this in the FAQ on their website). Not sure whether you'd be able to use the code twice on the same account though - maybe you could check that for us, as you've already placed an order?
#19
reddragon105
Thanks for the code! The same thing happened to me a few weeks ago after not ordering from then in a while but there are a few more designs I'd like to pick up. Definitely a mistake as, like your email says, the code is meant to 'only be used by you' but we might as well take advantage of it if we can.
Just one thing though -
£4 P&P per order
Not sure where you got that from but it's £2.50 for the first t-shirt, £3.75 for 2, £4.95 for 3, £5.95 for 4, etc. For anyone doing the maths on that, the postage on 2 shirts is the best value so if you wanted 4 you'd be best off placing two separate orders of two shirts each (it even suggests you do this in the FAQ on their website). Not sure whether you'd be able to use the code twice on the same account though - maybe you could check that for us, as you've already placed an order?
Have to add £1 if you want insured...How is it cheaper to order 2 orders for 2 shirts than one of 4?


Edited By: Babbler on Apr 15, 2017 23:35
#20
Ps they do 50 percent off everything days so that might be a better deal if buying 2 shirts if differing value...
1 Like #21
Babbler
reddragon105
Thanks for the code! The same thing happened to me a few weeks ago after not ordering from then in a while but there are a few more designs I'd like to pick up. Definitely a mistake as, like your email says, the code is meant to 'only be used by you' but we might as well take advantage of it if we can.
Just one thing though -
£4 P&P per order
Not sure where you got that from but it's £2.50 for the first t-shirt, £3.75 for 2, £4.95 for 3, £5.95 for 4, etc. For anyone doing the maths on that, the postage on 2 shirts is the best value so if you wanted 4 you'd be best off placing two separate orders of two shirts each (it even suggests you do this in the FAQ on their website). Not sure whether you'd be able to use the code twice on the same account though - maybe you could check that for us, as you've already placed an order?
Have to add £1 if you want insured...How is it cheaper to order 2 orders for 2 shirts than one of 4?
I don't know, I was just taking their word for it because in the FAQ it says "To avail of the best value postage rates we suggest you order no more than 2 shirts per order. If you want to order more than 2 shirts we suggest you place multiple orders, it will work out cheaper for you this way."

But now that I've actually looked that doesn't seem to be true, as £3.75 for 2 shirts is £1.87 per shirt and £5.95 for 4 shirts is £1.48 per shirt, so not quite sure why they say that - maybe it's old information?

And yes, it's £1 extra per order for guaranteed delivery. Also those prices I listed are for if you're paying by card (it says 'save £1 if you pay by card' but it assumes you are so this is taken off by default), so switching to Paypal will add another £1 per order.
#22
Trueogre
dbizal
[quote=repouk] What's the quality and sizing like?
For the ladies if you don't mind tight tees then the M is the way to go. If you like em looser then L. If you want a tent get XL. Not sure about XXL. Quality is great, but after a dozen or so washes the print begins to crack but that's like that with a lot of tees off the street.
did you know that there is more than one size of dem females?
#23
reddragon105
Babbler
reddragon105
Thanks for the code! The same thing happened to me a few weeks ago after not ordering from then in a while but there are a few more designs I'd like to pick up. Definitely a mistake as, like your email says, the code is meant to 'only be used by you' but we might as well take advantage of it if we can.
Just one thing though -
£4 P&P per order
Not sure where you got that from but it's £2.50 for the first t-shirt, £3.75 for 2, £4.95 for 3, £5.95 for 4, etc. For anyone doing the maths on that, the postage on 2 shirts is the best value so if you wanted 4 you'd be best off placing two separate orders of two shirts each (it even suggests you do this in the FAQ on their website). Not sure whether you'd be able to use the code twice on the same account though - maybe you could check that for us, as you've already placed an order?
Have to add £1 if you want insured...How is it cheaper to order 2 orders for 2 shirts than one of 4?
I don't know, I was just taking their word for it because in the FAQ it says "To avail of the best value postage rates we suggest you order no more than 2 shirts per order. If you want to order more than 2 shirts we suggest you place multiple orders, it will work out cheaper for you this way."
But now that I've actually looked that doesn't seem to be true, as £3.75 for 2 shirts is £1.87 per shirt and £5.95 for 4 shirts is £1.48 per shirt, so not quite sure why they say that - maybe it's old information?
And yes, it's £1 extra per order for guaranteed delivery. Also those prices I listed are for if you're paying by card (it says 'save £1 if you pay by card' but it assumes you are so this is taken off by default), so switching to Paypal will add another £1 per order.
Ah thanks. Thought I was going crazy lol. I always pay the extra quid for insured. Ordered 2 more. Usually xl but with them need xxl. As xl a bit snug.
#24
brilly
Trueogre
dbizal
[quote=repouk] What's the quality and sizing like?
For the ladies if you don't mind tight tees then the M is the way to go. If you like em looser then L. If you want a tent get XL. Not sure about XXL. Quality is great, but after a dozen or so washes the print begins to crack but that's like that with a lot of tees off the street.
did you know that there is more than one size of dem females?

Is der?
1 Like #25
why cant you search on the site ?
4 Likes #26
Must admit, I'm still struggling to find two I really want in order to use a loyaltee voucher I have with them.. have voted for some great designs which have never been made available so far and I have to say, most days their selection is disappointing - it's like they don't want my money
#27
chrisredmayne
why cant you search on the site ?
It's a pain isn't it. Their site is terrible. Can't filter properly by type or anything. Size only. But I still like their shirts. Although to all 6 designs I like now lol. Guardiana of the galaxy from yesterday was Co as were a few star wars ones...
#28
I can't seem to select the sweater option. no matter what I click, always show up as tee. I need long sleeves. Don't want to buy a tee just to wear for 2 weeks a year. Anyone figured it out?
#29
fransky
I can't seem to select the sweater option. no matter what I click, always show up as tee. I need long sleeves. Don't want to buy a tee just to wear for 2 weeks a year. Anyone figured it out?

Can only get sweaters on the daily ones
#30
AzNDeals
fransky
I can't seem to select the sweater option. no matter what I click, always show up as tee. I need long sleeves. Don't want to buy a tee just to wear for 2 weeks a year. Anyone figured it out?
Can only get sweaters on the daily ones
Thanks. But how do I find daily tees? Are they just those promoted on the day?
#31
Thanks OP
I used the code and got 4 T's delivered(covered) for £33.95
#32
Thanks OP, happy to support Irish businesses.
#33
Dave
Must admit, I'm still struggling to find two I really want in order to use a loyaltee voucher I have with them.. have voted for some great designs which have never been made available so far and I have to say, most days their selection is disappointing - it's like they don't want my money
Some well done designs but too geeky for me I'm afraid. I understand the meaning of lots of them but wouldn't advertise the fact on my chest. I'm not kool enough as it is.
#34
Dave
Must admit, I'm still struggling to find two I really want in order to use a loyaltee voucher I have with them.. have voted for some great designs which have never been made available so far and I have to say, most days their selection is disappointing - it's like they don't want my money


I agree. I'm a massive geek but a couple mins of searching and I didn't find a single one that I really like. Not keen on how they combo up a couple or more geek themes into one design for a lot of the tees.
#35
Just tried it and still works! Heat
#36
hotmep
dbizal
repouk
What's the quality and sizing like?
They use a brand called Gildan. It's pretty standard sizing - however the last time I bought from them they sent a 'softstyle' Gildan T-shirt (Which shrinks after one wash and is a slightly slimmer fit). I prefer either 'Ultra' or 'Heavy' because the sizing is just right and can withstand a 30/40 degree wash without any shrinkage.
Not sure if anything has changed because it's been a while since I have bought a T-shirt from there.
I know about T-shirts (especially the Gildan brand) because I work with them every day haha.
Those Gildan T-shirts are very cheap, I got some for £2-£3 each. I would say though they are better quality than Fruit of the Loom and cheap retail chain t-shirts.

I usually go for Gildan if I'm buying plain T-Shirts, though I recently bought a printed T-Shirt and they'd used Continental. Hadn't heard of them before but much prefer it and have ordered some of those. Really well made, keeps its size/shape, and a nice soft feel.
#37
Worked for me cheers.
#38
dbizal
repouk
What's the quality and sizing like?

They use a brand called Gildan. It's pretty standard sizing - however the last time I bought from them they sent a 'softstyle' Gildan T-shirt (Which shrinks after one wash and is a slightly slimmer fit). I prefer either 'Ultra' or 'Heavy' because the sizing is just right and can withstand a 30/40 degree wash without any shrinkage.

Not sure if anything has changed because it's been a while since I have bought a T-shirt from there.

I know about T-shirts (especially the Gildan brand) because I work with them every day haha.


Haha
#39
I use Qwertee a lot, but they size's just aren't consistent. I get Large Tshirts that are lie tents, but other Large ones which fit fine.

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