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£6.00 Mens Suit at Tesco

£6.00 @ Tesco
This may be of benefit if you work in an office or have job interviews lined up. This morning I went to the Tesco store in Bangor (Gwynedd) and noticed that they had a blue cross sale in the cloth…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
This may be of benefit if you work in an office or have job interviews lined up.

This morning I went to the Tesco store in Bangor (Gwynedd) and noticed that they had a blue cross sale in the clothing department offering a further 25% off sale items. In the menswear section there was a rail of assorted suit jackets and trousers. My past experience is that when you get one of these sales either the jackets and trousers don't match or the trousers only go up to a 28" waist and the jackets start at a 48" chest but lo and behold I managed to find a matching suit in my size. This was admittedly a value range suit but the jacket had been reduced to £9.50 and the trousers to £4.00 so with the 25% blue cross discount I was expecting to pay a bit over a tenner which would have been a bargain. However when I went to the till the jacket scanned at £3.75 and the trousers at £2.25, i.e. six quid for a suit! The till op called a supervisor to check this and was told that as long as the till wasn't overcharging then put them through at that price.

There were quite a few jackets and trousers left but it's probably a bit pot luck as to whether or not you can find a matching set in your size but if you can this has got to be the cheapest suit on the market.
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banned#1
I went into my Tesco last time the suits were reduced but they were still full price in mine.

Still super hot if anybody can get one for this price!
#2
This is such a rediculous price for a suit that it deserves some heat!
#3
Probably best not to go to a job interview in a £6 suit, probably a false economy.
banned#4
agreed i would save it for the funeral of someone you didn't like much
#5
Golaboots888
Probably best not to go to a job interview in a £6 suit, probably a false economy.


If he'd paid £40 for the same suit would it be acceptable? Do employers really rate people on the cost of their clothes, rather than their cleanliness and attempt to look smart? If it was me I'd rather a smart guy in a cheap suit than a scruffy guy in a £400 one, because at least the cheap suit bloke was trying.

But hey, I'm not hiring people so what would I know! Went to my last interview in a £40 asda suit and got the job that evening so they can't all care.
#6
Golaboots888
Probably best not to go to a job interview in a £6 suit, probably a false economy.


oh dear
#7
tek-monkey
If he'd paid £40 for the same suit would it be acceptable? Do employers really rate people on the cost of their clothes, rather than their cleanliness and attempt to look smart? If it was me I'd rather a smart guy in a cheap suit than a scruffy guy in a £400 one, because at least the cheap suit bloke was trying.

But hey, I'm not hiring people so what would I know! Went to my last interview in a £40 asda suit and got the job that evening so they can't all care.


+1
#8
We just got back from Tesco Dover with a suit for dh, expected to pay £45 for buying the jacket and pants together but it gave £15 multibuy discount and 98p vat back so cost was £29.02. It's going to be fine for the office, meetings etc. Dh bought two pears ( to eat) while we were in there and they cost 72p each so I reckon they are subsidising the clothes with inflated food prices. There were some good bargains in seperate jackets and trousers - we couldn't get a fabric match in his size though, one lovely jacket was £9.50. Considering doing a dash to another big Tesco to find some more - trouble is I don't think they let you in the changing rooms in the evening.
#9
Just got a £6 suit, yes its not the best quality material but will make a fine backup. Also got another one for about £20, so 2 suits for £26 is a bargain in my eye. If only I was fatter I'd have got 3!
#10
tek-monkey
If he'd paid £40 for the same suit would it be acceptable? Do employers really rate people on the cost of their clothes, rather than their cleanliness and attempt to look smart? If it was me I'd rather a smart guy in a cheap suit than a scruffy guy in a £400 one, because at least the cheap suit bloke was trying.

But hey, I'm not hiring people so what would I know! Went to my last interview in a £40 asda suit and got the job that evening so they can't all care.


It is true that people and employers generally decide 70% about someone within the first 30 seconds of meeting them, it is human nature.
A smart appearance, good manners and clear speech all help. If you were going for a customer facing role a cheap plastic suit isnt a good idea, not unless you are going for a job as a train driver.

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