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Mens Suit from George at Asda just £15.00

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
In the News Of the World newspaper today they are advertising Men's suits that are going to be just £15 in Stores from Wednesday 16th-Sunday 20th January. The suit consists of the trousers that are usually £6 and the single breasted jacket that is usually £19. They are expecting to sell out within 5 days and there will be 60,000 suits available nationwide. The suits are 100% polyester.

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#1
Thats great as I'll be in court on Thursday...

/snob
#2
whats the betting people will be selling these on ebay wednesday night
and there will be some muppet paying twice as much that Asda for one
1 Like #3
Sweatshoptastic.
#4
I only just sat down to read paper after decorating all day so i got beat on posting this deal,heat added.Lol at court on thursday ;)
#5
By the way asda quotes "you can hand over your cash with a clear conscience the suit is made in China and Bangladesh in line with the ethical code of practice. We have long-term relationships with a small number of factories that are shared with other well-known high street stores. We have a zero tolerance approach to abuse of any kind."
He added that to cut costs, George bought material by the mile rather than the yard and passed savings to customers. so for just £15.....suits you sir! :thumbsup:
hhhmmm though i smell a rat, usa would buy ****** 100% polyester by the KM would`nt they ??? :whistling:
#6
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Dazdafish
By the way asda quotes "you can hand over your cash with a clear conscience the suit is made in China and Bangladesh in line with the ethical code of practice. We have long-term relationships with a small number of factories that are shared with other well-known high street stores. We have a zero tolerance approach to abuse of any kind."
He added that to cut costs, George bought material by the mile rather than the yard and passed savings to customers. so for just £15.....suits you sir! :thumbsup:
hhhmmm though i smell a rat, usa would buy ****** 100% polyester by the KM would`nt they ??? :whistling:


Lol
#7
Depends on what people need/want etc - but these suits are very poor quality.

The suits in Tesco (currently with a big sale on) are far better quality and don't cost a lot more.
#8
I would not bother unless I only needed a suit once a year.

Suits are something that are worth paying a little more for as cheap ones lose their shape so quickly.
#9
moob
Depends on what people need/want etc - but these suits are very poor quality.

The suits in Tesco (currently with a big sale on) are far better quality and don't cost a lot more.


Alright Mr. Tesco MD!
#10
where do the people who buy this suit expect to wear it?

The only place I can think of is a state school 6th form.
#11
i cant believe anyone would buy this and actually think its good. The matalan ones are cheap and not that great but these ones must really suck.

sorry im not trying to sound like a snob but im sure the average person in the uk can afford a suit worth more than £15. Thats just ... not right to an extent !!!
#12
jonneyt
Sweatshoptastic.

Definitely, but at least people won't have to worry about it being GM cotton - it's almost guaranteed to be 100% plastic.

mr_rush
The only place I can think of is a state school 6th form.

lol, I can just imagine sixth formers wearing suits.. I dunno what school you went to, but I'd guess it wasn't a state one.
#13
If you have a next Clearence nearby its worth a look, mens 100% wool Suit blazers were £7 (was £70) and trousers £5 (was£30) yesterday, you might struggle to get a matching trouser and blazer and the right sizes , but the wife managed to get a wonans skirt suit for £11 (blazer £7 skirt £4)matching set so it is possible
#14
These are horrible .. horrible to look at and horrible material. I love a bargain but these are not all I can say is Static !!! lol :w00t:
#15
How vile! Mind you, anyone who buys a suit in a supermarket needs a slap, really.
#16
Some of you lot on here really make me sick. The deal isn't of interest to me personally but there are some people who can't afford to pay a lot, there are people who will find this a nice suit for their budget. In the advertisement a business man "tested" the suit and said that obviously it is not the BEST quality but not bad at all for the price. If you don't like a deal stay away from the thread instead of criticising what to some people could be a bargain. People who can only afford a suit of this price range are going to be a little hurt by your comments.

Sorry to rant but I see this all too much.
#17
The funny thing is Primark sell their suits at this price day in day out, if they have a clearance which they do now and then you could pick a suit up for half this price on the right day. :thumbsup:
#18
Surely the point is that if you dont like it, don't buy it, I've seen these suits are they are fine for the price!
What does anyone expect for £15 !?
#19
raheemkassam
Alright Mr. Tesco MD!


Yeah, I'm the MD from Tesco, that's why I post on HUKD.:whistling:

To the OP, yes, people will always counter with something they believe to be a better offer, it's the general consensus this happens, as not everyone agrees with a deal being HOT. People at the extreme budget end of the market may benefit from this to an extent, but seriously, one of my colleagues at work wears these trousers, and you wouldn't wanna bump into him in case you get a shock! He also says he gets 3 months wear out of the trousers - paying a little extra therefore makes sense in the long run.
#20
i picked up 3 suits in austin reed outlet near stirling last saturday for 150 just saw the polyester suits in asda no thanks

also bought a marks value suit - no thanks
#21
I bought this suit when it was £25 and it's actually not too bad, a perfectly reasonable cut. OK so it doesn't feel all that comfortable on, but from a few feet it could easily pass for a Moss Boss effort. And it's machine washable too. Nice.
#22
You get what you pay for. In in this case you'll get a cheap, nasty suit which will last 5 minutes.
#23
Fingerscrossed - take criticism better than that please. Its a **** suit, and is not a hot deal coz its only worth £15. It may be more expensive to buy a better suit, but makes much more sense, as I wouldnt wear that suit more than once, whereas spend £40-60, and you'll have a suit you can wear quite a bit.
#24
450 bob for a suit. Rip-off merchants. Suits should be 10 guineas tops. :p

**** suit, **** deal. Cold cold cold.
#25
deanos
If you have a next Clearence nearby its worth a look, mens 100% wool Suit blazers were £7 (was £70) and trousers £5 (was£30) yesterday, you might struggle to get a matching trouser and blazer and the right sizes , but the wife managed to get a wonans skirt suit for £11 (blazer £7 skirt £4)matching set so it is possible


I'd rather wear a woman's skirt suit than a polyester effort from Asda :oops:
#26
Zebra3
450 bob for a suit. Rip-off merchants. Suits should be 10 guineas tops. :p

**** suit, **** deal. Cold cold cold.


Shouldn't that be 300 bob? or 3600d? or 14.3 Guineas. :prop:

Now my head hurts. :o
#27
Deleted User Name 3
Definitely, but at least people won't have to worry about it being GM cotton - it's almost guaranteed to be 100% plastic.


lol, I can just imagine sixth formers wearing suits.. I dunno what school you went to, but I'd guess it wasn't a state one.


I went to a state-school 6th form and everyone wore suits. I don't know where you come from!
#28
Sorry I posted this now, for some people this is a good deal. There are people out there on JSA bringing home about £45 a week, to these people and I am sure many others a not bad suit for £15 would be a great deal. I would forget about calling this a **** suit and start talking about the **** attitudes of people on this forum.
#29
Grow up fingersscrossed - seriously. People are quite entitled to their opinion on the deal!
#30
I agree, come on say its not for you and leave it at that. No need for all of you to go on repeating the same thing. That's my opinion and as you say we are all entitled to one!
#31
No, people are entitled to their opinion on the deal. I dont feel you are entitled to slate the people who disagree with you, but you are allowed to disagree with them. Calling people "sick" and saying their attitudes are ****, is a bit off.
#32
It's all about individual's perception of 'value' in the end.

Bottom line is your deal has been voted HOT - so I dunno what there is to moan about ad infinitum.
#33
nice find
#34
last yr we hada wedding, and we didnt have alot of money, so i got my dress outta teh next sale, 30 quid and my lads suit from asda 37, and you know its was perfect, no different from the one in next he trie on for for over 100, so just think guys
#35
raheemkassam
I went to a state-school 6th form and everyone wore suits. I don't know where you come from!

The north of england, but have lived in the southwest, the north east and scotland and I've never seen a whole year wearing suits. maybe one or two nerds would but a whole year, definitely not. Most sixth-formers (the ones who don't need to wear a uniform that is) wear what they would wear at home, or to the pub.

As to people being on JSA being pleased with this suit - I don't even earn as much as JSA/IS money and I'd rather be naked than wear a polyester suit.
#36
fingerscrossed
there are some people who can't afford to pay a lot,
People who can only afford a suit of this price range are going to be a little hurt by your comments.


You're right in some respects. But people who can only afford this kind of suit a) don't need one (except for court) and B) don't matter :)
#37
Phil21
You're right in some respects. But people who can only afford this kind of suit a) don't need one (except for court) and B) don't matter :)


So poorer people only need a suit for court, they don't go to weddings, Christenings etc. It's this type of comment that is making this a horrible forum. I thought the days had gone when people were judged by how much money they had.

I feel really childish even answering the things some of you are saying but some of you really should think before you type.
#38
fingerscrossed
So poorer people only need a suit for court, they don't go to weddings, Christenings etc. It's this type of comment that is making this a horrible forum. I thought the days had gone when people were judged by how much money they had.


fingerscrossed are you monitoring this thread so you can wait for a post to be outraged at?

Given the fact there are a lot of plebs on here, you won't be disappointed.

I'd give it a miss if I were you.
#39
Wouldn't wipe me bum with it !
I'm happy with my M&S suits in their sales for a ton. Wouldn't pay any less as they just fall to pieces (as well as look s***)
#40
hot deal. Irrespective of the need for a suit. At £15 its a bloody bargin. Could if i wanted to afford a suit. I would only need it for Christenings and weddings etc so for £15 it would do me.

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