4 x Shirts - £63.02 + Postage (using code stack) @ TM Lewin - HotUKDeals
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I received an email about TM Lewin's 10% off 4 shirts for £100 "offer". This by itself isn't great (£90) but I played around with the codes and managed to get 3 to work TUESDAY TMTEN and CSALE11

There is a good selection of shirts and not just the usual sale items that no one wants.

There are also some other good sale items including cuff links, ties etc that are worth a look.

Quidco tracks at 10% of the order subtotal BEFORE discount

FREE no quibble 3 month returns service too!

Read post 95 by DJFarmo:

You can stack 5 codes which brings it down to £63 plus Quicdo.

• TUESDAY
• TMTEN
• CSALE11
• DELIVERY1
• SORRY
- RealDealSeeker

Thanks - I have changed the prices on the main post
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9 Likes #1
IMHO - Anyone who pays that kind of money for four shirts has more money than sense! Freezing cold!
#2
Did you read all the post?!
#3
Quidco has tracked at 10% of the £150 basket total BEFORE discount - so £15 quidco !!!!

Takes my 6 shirts and cuff links down to £94.35

Edited By: Lord Biddy on Mar 01, 2011 22:10
6 Likes #4
JunkMail
IMHO - Anyone who pays that kind of money for four shirts has more money than sense! Freezing cold!


I take it from that you don't wear a suit to work or work in a professional environment.
3 Likes #5
Yes, I did work in a professional environment but I never ever wore a suit or a tie. 'orrible things!
1 Like #6
Fantastic quality on these shirts
20 Likes #7
JunkMail
Yes, I did work in a professional environment but I never ever wore a suit or a tie. 'orrible things!


Well if you work as a solicitor or accountant you do need to wear a suit and you need good shirts, your asda or primark ones just don't cut it. £17 a shirt is hardly more money than sense man, get a grip.
#8
heat just for the effort and sharing. expensive but i beleive these are top quality
#9
Voted hot from me, but try as I might I just cannot find 4 decent shirts there, only 3! Unless I fill it up with various variations on white!

Thats just my taste though ;)
#10
Excellent deal... Lewin make great shirts and for £18 each they're an absolute bargain. Thanks! :D
#11
this deal is not for me but good effort, hopefully others find it useful
#12
I've Just paid £25 a normal shirt at m and s!!! How is this overpriced?! This is a great find!!! I remember when the old lewin shirts cost a fortune and were up there with the likes of thomas pink et al...
#13
Bought 5 shirts for Payment Total: 91.92. Yet to show the 10% tracking on quidco.
Order Subtotal: £125.00
Order Discount: - £33.88
Shipping: Standard Delivery £3.90
Shipping Discount: - £3.90
Order Total: £91.12
1 Like #14
JunkMail
IMHO - Anyone who pays that kind of money for four shirts has more money than sense! Freezing cold!

its not much, go away and stick to your asda bin liners muppet
#15
JunkMail
IMHO - Anyone who pays that kind of money for four shirts has more money than sense! Freezing cold!


LOL
5 Likes #16
IMHO - Anyone who pays that kind of money for four shirts has more money than sense! Freezing cold!


IMHO - Anyone who makes comments like these without using the product has less sense than money! And if less than £17 a shirt is steep then that cant be a lot! Scorching Hot!
1 Like #17
If you stick to the £20 shirts, you can get five for the same price (£72.90).
suspended#18
hot deal if u need that many shirts,

have cheap M&S shirts, mid range M&S shirts and these shirts.

Great quality shirts! Often split the cost with a friend at work since u can order 4 shirts in different sizes.
Yes quidco tracks before the discount too :D
#19
These are great shirts. Just bought 3 in store yesterday with 10% off so paid £22.50 per shirt. That is not expensive! for great quality shirts its pretty cheap. Find them similar in quality to the austin reed shirts I have.

Heard the prices will be going up pretty soon, due to them not raising the prices due to vat and the price of cotton soaring.
1 Like #20
I hold my hands up and confess that I am a cheapskate so I'd never pay £17 for a shirt. I'll just stick with my bin liners. :p

Edited By: JunkMail on Mar 01, 2011 23:24
#21
I agree with the above comments on the quality plus rather than just ordering a collar size you give them other measurements such as across the back, length and arms length.
My only criticism of a few I have is they are a pain to iron and hold creases forever!
1 Like #22
Cold. You can get shirts in charity shops for like £1. Brrr.
#23
true they are hard to iron and not as crisp as my van Heusen but it would almost rude to turn down this deal, got 4 shirts for £60 after quidco
#24
Do these wash up well?
I usually pay £30 for a new Next shirt every month. This seems like a good deal if made of good materials that wash up well.
#25
JunkMail
I hold my hands up and confess that I am a cheapskate so I'd never pay £17 for a shirt. I'll just stick with my bin liners. :p


You must be trolling, right?
#26
I wish I could wear a suit to work
#27
zeshan95
JunkMail
I hold my hands up and confess that I am a cheapskate so I'd never pay £17 for a shirt. I'll just stick with my bin liners. :p


You must be trolling, right?


No, I am afraid that I am not trolling. I would never spend £17 on an article of clothing that I would never wear.
Anyway, buying these four shirts would blow my annual clothes budget in one go! (Now I am trolling.) ;)
#28
okram
true they are hard to iron and not as crisp as my van Heusen but it would almost rude to turn down this deal, got 4 shirts for £60 after quidco

Ive never bought from this store before and only noticed the comments about them being hard to iron just after I placed an order for 4 shirts.

Are all types really bad to iron then? If so ill probably send them back as I travel a lot with work and dont wanna be turning up to meetings etc in a shirt covered in bad ceases. My current Debenhams and M&S dont do too badly for ease of ironing and staying smart.
#29
jase.2
okram
true they are hard to iron and not as crisp as my van Heusen but it would almost rude to turn down this deal, got 4 shirts for £60 after quidco


Ive never bought from this store before and only noticed the comments about them being hard to iron just after I placed an order for 4 shirts.

Are all types really bad to iron then? If so ill probably send them back as I travel a lot with work and dont wanna be turning up to meetings etc in a shirt covered in bad ceases. My current Debenhams and M&S dont do too badly for ease of ironing and staying smart.


Charles Tyrwhitt and TM Lewin are pretty "creasy", they are nice but as soon as you lean over something the shirts line quickly. M&S seem to suffer less from this. Trouble with M&S though, is that any shirt you wear is worn by at least 10 other guys in the office :)
#30
Ordered and heated to infinity for a cracking deal
#31
missus does ironing so no problem about creases lol ordered
#32
Hot dea!!! These are great quality shirts. I suggest you buy one just to feel the difference. Personally have found them very durable - still looking good after many washes. As for ironinig, only few types are a bit more difficult to do. Hope this help anyone who is struggling. like I was:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK6iQj-I_0w
#33
Good find! Thanks!
#34
Hot deal. Add DELIVERY1 to get free delivery as well. So that's 4 codes working together!
#35
Celera
Cold. You can get shirts in charity shops for like £1. Brrr.

Eh?!? You can get just about anything from charity shops for £1! They'll be second hand though, not something I'd like to turn up for exec meetings in.
1 Like #36
ryan7
Do these wash up well?
I usually pay £30 for a new Next shirt every month. This seems like a good deal if made of good materials that wash up well.

Wash up? You mean they do the dishes too?
#37
I bought some of these earlier in the year when the deal was slightly better (5 shirts @ £63 I think)

Shirts are excellent, but they ARE hard to iron. However, some of the shirts are different to the usual boring colours.

Also, be careful if your profile doesn't match slim-fit - I ordered one of these by mistake and they are tight!

And although some people say that the quality has dropped, you can spot someone wearing a proper shirt over a Primark / Asda etc. one a mile away.
#38
TMTEN not working this morning. The others work fine though so thanks and hot from me!
#39
newsgroupmonkey
I bought some of these earlier in the year when the deal was slightly better (5 shirts @ £63 I think)Shirts are excellent, but they ARE hard to iron. However, some of the shirts are different to the usual boring colours.Also, be careful if your profile doesn't match slim-fit - I ordered one of these by mistake and they are tight!And although some people say that the quality has dropped, you can spot someone wearing a proper shirt over a Primark / Asda etc. one a mile away.

Is that due to the creases that you can spot them a mile away? lol

Ill just need to see what they are like when mine get here and maybe just open one to check the ironing issues so I can send the others back if its a pain
#40
Ordered, nice find- needed some decent shirts for my new job.

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