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3 for 2 + 25% off TU school clothing at Sainsbury's

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I know the 25% off TU clothing has already been posted but I didn't want anyone to miss out on this great deal! Yesterday, I bought 3 lots of boys polo shirts (3 pack) which were £3.50 each and the… Read More
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
I know the 25% off TU clothing has already been posted but I didn't want anyone to miss out on this great deal!

Yesterday, I bought 3 lots of boys polo shirts (3 pack) which were £3.50 each and they ended up costing me £4.36 after all the discounts had been deducted.

Firstly, you get 25% off the 3 packs of polo shirts (88p x 3) and then they deduct £3.50 for the free item. So it works out at £1.45 for a pack of 3.

I'm off out now to stock up on some trousers if I can find them in my lil man's size!
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#1
If your after school uniform edi posted the 20% off and free delivery at Adams if you spend £40 - the school uniform on Adams site has 1/3 off, and you then get a further 20% off at checkout with the offer.
This includes bags, lunchboxes, umbrellas etc aswell as clothing.
Not as cheap as Sainburys stuff but Adams trousers are the ones that fit my petite 8 year old daughter best out of everybody.
Oh and BHS have 20% off full priced schoolwear online for the bank holiday weekend.
#2
topshopper
If your after school uniform edi posted the 20% off and free delivery at Adams if you spend £40 - the school uniform on Adams site has 1/3 off, and you then get a further 20% off at checkout with the offer.
This includes bags, lunchboxes, umbrellas etc aswell as clothing.
Not as cheap as Sainburys stuff but Adams trousers are the ones that fit my petite 8 year old daughter best out of everybody.
Oh and BHS have 20% off full priced schoolwear online for the bank holiday weekend.



Wow, there's lots of offers on school uniform at the moment!

I've just come back from Sainsbury's (again) and stocked up on school trousers. My lil man always seems to come home with holes in them :roll:

After discounts, they cost £1.35 a pair! And they actually had black ones rather than grey! :-D
#3
:? i am struggling to find blue trousers for my boy
#4
Hi Zoe,

Thanks for the posting. Is there anything on the packaging about the conditions of the workers who made these however? At under 50p per shirt, I am really concerned that overseas workers are being exploited. After the recent BBC documentary uncovered children making clothes for Primark, I think we need to be careful.

I had a quick look online and found the following website offering Fairtrade polo shirts for under £7: [url]www.schooluniformshop.co.uk/section.php/23/1/40d1fbb457ae8c375fba28aed1e2beb6[/url]
#5
markbargain
Hi Zoe,

Thanks for the posting. Is there anything on the packaging about the conditions of the workers who made these however? At under 50p per shirt, I am really concerned that overseas workers are being exploited. After the recent BBC documentary uncovered children making clothes for Primark, I think we need to be careful.

I had a quick look online and found the following website offering Fairtrade polo shirts for under £7: [url]www.schooluniformshop.co.uk/section.php/23/1/40d1fbb457ae8c375fba28aed1e2beb6[/url]


Hmmm.... under 50p a shirt or £7 a shirt? Hard decision....! Mark Bargain - just to explain the concept of Hot UK Deals as I don't think you really understand.... This is to post great deals, like less than 50p a shirt. Not to go for the eco warrior route and pay £7 per shirt!

Hot deal!
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#7
sing2trees
Hmmm.... under 50p a shirt or £7 a shirt? Hard decision....! Mark Bargain - just to explain the concept of Hot UK Deals as I don't think you really understand.... This is to post great deals, like less than 50p a shirt. Not to go for the eco warrior route and pay £7 per shirt!

Hot deal!


Eco...what does it have to do with ecology?

If people are exploited then it isn't a great deal. Most people with principles would accept that.

£7 for a shirt is nothing if it is good quality and ethically produced. You get what you pay for sometimes!
#8
markbargain
Eco...what does it have to do with ecology?

If people are exploited then it isn't a great deal. Most people with principles would accept that.

£7 for a shirt is nothing if it is good quality and ethically produced. You get what you pay for sometimes!




That is very true but if you are a single parent like myself who is also partially disabled and living on a measly £86 a week which pays all the bills plus has to feed and clothe 2 of us then you find that prices like 50p a t-shirt etc are a small godsend! I did see the programme about how the workers are treated while making clothes for Primark and i totally see where you are coming from and i wish i could afford to but fair trade all the time but my financial constraints mean i can't afford £7 a t-shirt when i can in effect get 14 t-shirts for a pound!! Or in my case get 2 pairs of trousers 6 t-shirts and a pair of gym shoes for the same amount! :thumbsup:
I know alot of people on here feel exactly the same as me on the fair trade matter but with the cost of living rising by the day i'm sure i speak for everyone when i say that this site is a blessing! As are all the kind people on here who help me make ends meet by posting fantastic deals like this one, which means i can get a better quality of uniform for my son without having to find something else i would normally have to go without because of what it cost!
Sorry to go on but i wanted to let you know what this sort of post means to me!;-)
Cheers
Lynne :-D
#9
Lynneand1
That is very true but if you are a single parent like myself who is also partially disabled and living on a measly £86 a week which pays all the bills plus has to feed and clothe 2 of us then you find that prices like 50p a t-shirt etc are a small godsend! I did see the programme about how the workers are treated while making clothes for Primark and i totally see where you are coming from and i wish i could afford to but fair trade all the time but my financial constraints mean i can't afford £7 a t-shirt when i can in effect get 14 t-shirts for a pound!! Or in my case get 2 pairs of trousers 6 t-shirts and a pair of gym shoes for the same amount! :thumbsup:
I know alot of people on here feel exactly the same as me on the fair trade matter but with the cost of living rising by the day i'm sure i speak for everyone when i say that this site is a blessing! As are all the kind people on here who help me make ends meet by posting fantastic deals like this one, which means i can get a better quality of uniform for my son without having to find something else i would normally have to go without because of what it cost!
Sorry to go on but i wanted to let you know what this sort of post means to me!;-)
Cheers
Lynne :-D


I understand it being difficult for people on low budgets, and I do care about the poor. The point I am arguing is that these very cheap clothes are driving people into poverty overseas and making them even poorer to the point they cannot afford to house themselves or eat. I hope you agree Lynne that people who make our clothes should be paid a living wage so they can feed their own children, and work free of fear or intimidation?

A sensible compromise if you have to buy these very cheap clothes is to write to the supermarkets / shops to tell them how important the conditions of overseas workers are to you. They could charge a few pence more, or reduce their vast profits slightly, to provide a fair deal to their suppliers.

According to Actionaid "Women in Bangladesh making clothes for Tesco and Asda who earn as little as 5p an hour working up to 14 hours a day. Supermarkets’ demands that suppliers cut prices are one reason why the women’s wages were so low they could not afford to feed themselves and their families properly."

Tesco's profit in 2008 was £2,800,000,000.
#10
Does anyone know where I can buy navy polo shirts? I'm sure all the main stores stocked them until this year when my Ds has changed to a school that has them as uniform...
#11
My local Tesco is great as they have £5 off vouchers for clothing at the moment so I bought everything but the trousers (never have charcol grey grrr) and split the sales so 3 pairs of shoes in one transaction so got the cheapest ones free and then a fiver off, I think I saved a fortune today, I did get accused of buying them to resell by the cashier though, she called over a supervisor who said it was fine as I had 4 different sizes in all the clothes and that proved I had 4 sons like I told the jobsworth cashier).

Sainsburys do ideal trousers, dont suppose this deal is still on tomorrow is it??
#12
The boys trousers at sainsburys are rubbish, the bottom seams fall apart.

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