Any 4 shirts for £100 ... on the entire collection @ Hewitt & May ! + 12% Quidco = £88 - HotUKDeals
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#1
Have bought from these before and they are far better quality than TM Lewin and (obviously) Boden.
#2
Why the cold votes?
#3
[QUOTE=Stubeauty]Why the cold votes?[/QUOTE

why cold????
#4
Cold votes because either it's been posted before or (more likely) because some HUKDers don't understand why someone would spend £100 on shirts when they can be bought for £2 each from Primark (irrespective of quality). The monsta say: Hewitt and May shirts are excellent quality. £25 each is a steal (compared to poorer quality Next and M&S shirts). Quidco is generous. Therefore, nice deal. I'll give you some heat whilst looking through for shirts I like...
#5
Update:
Stock is a bit limited (but not sparse by any means) and average saving would be c.£10 per shirt based on buying the Classic V4 Range. On reflection, glad I gave heat but I'd say a warm deal rather than hot hot hot. Good if you need that many shirts and care about the quality of the shirt you're wearing.
#6
A number of the shirts are alreay reduced to under £25 and you have to pay £5 postage as well even though you've spent £100. Great shirts but voted cold by me.
#7
Stubeauty;5008332
Why the cold votes?

SHIRTS AT ASDA £4:)
#8
chapati_monsta
Update:
Stock is a bit limited (but not sparse by any means) and average saving would be c.£10 per shirt based on buying the Classic V4 Range. On reflection, glad I gave heat but I'd say a warm deal rather than hot hot hot. Good if you need that many shirts and care about the quality of the shirt you're wearing.


True
1 Like #9
raptorcigs
SHIRTS AT ASDA £4:)


How can one compare Hewitt and May Logo with ASDA?
#10
haq
How can one compare Hewitt and May Logo with ASDA?


Cotton = yes
Two sleves = Yes
Buttons = yes
front and back of garment = yes
collar and cuffs = yes
Comparison done!
#11
nlambert
Cotton = yes
Two sleves = Yes
Buttons = yes
front and back of garment = yes
collar and cuffs = yes
Comparison done!


well said
#12
Voted hot as it represents good value for money, but disagree that H&M is any better than Lewin or Tyrwhitt - the prices and quality are on a par. The one disadvantage with H&M is that you cannot specify sleeve size which is a big no-no for the likes of me, who need longer or shorter sleeve lengths.
[admin]#13
I think this is a good offer actually :)
#14
Think I'd prefer the Charles Tyrwhitt 4 for £100 offer, with 10% Quidco, because I'm small with a 15.5 inch neck & shorter arms, which means non fitted shirts look baggy on me or small shirts won't fit my neck & Hewitt & May, don't seem to offer that sort of customisation!

Good offer if the shirts fit you though.

Okay, agreed with the ASDA shirt for £4, you can compare, but its not really the same is it & if you really want an ASDA shirt for , why would you look at this 'deal', sorry just my humble opinion!
#15
spraint
sleeve size which is a big no-no for the likes of me, who need longer or shorter sleeve lengths.


Who are you ???? Stretch Arm Strong !? ;-)

http://maprajna.com/prototypes/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/stretch-armstrong-ng.jpg
banned#16
I bought Classic V1 shirts last season and they are still wearing a dream Asda shirts on the other hand are excellent when used as a rag for shammy drying the car. My experience only. Stick with the Classic V1 shirts are you really to get something special.
I think it deserves more heat.
They do compare to tm lewins but the cut and fabrics are so much better
#17
kevingattaca2
Who are you ???? Stretch Arm Strong !? ;-)


The likes of me are people for whom standard sleeve length is a poor fit. Some will have shorter arms, some will have longer. That is why I wrote shorter OR longer, not AND.
Stretch Armstrong does not wear formal shirts, anyway. Slob that he is.

All clear now? ;-)
#18
juliet_bravo;5009195
I think this is a good offer actually :)

when you pay for a label you are giving a sob your money and he/she is laughing at you:whistling:
#19
raptorcigs
when you pay for a label you are giving a sob your money and he/she is laughing at you:whistling:


Not true with these shirts. The quality is amazing, I'd pay double this for them as they will last for years and they look and feel really top quality.

The tailoring gone into them can not be compared to a bargin priced shirt.

Every man should have at least one of these to crack out on special occasions.
#20
Yep, agreed, I have certainly been waiting for another one of their deals, and have paid me money... Thanks OP!
#21
raptorcigs
when you pay for a label you are giving a sob your money and he/she is laughing at you:whistling:


Rather that than a young child in a sweatshop making shirts for the supermarket to sell at £4 a throw.
#22
good deal but who would pay 85 quid for one new!!! u can get great quality armani for that price
1 Like #23
Quidco tracked £28.14!!!!!!!!!! for purchase of 4 shirts for £100
#24
Wah? Lemme check [runs, trips, find a browser, and logs in]

Looks like I got £25 back thru Quidco -- What a bonus...

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