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T M Lewin formal shirts - £19.95

£19.95 @ TM Lewin
*UPDATE - I think you can only get the deal prices by following a link from T M Lewin's Google ad for 'all shirts £19.95' - which I stumbled across by Googling 'formal shirts' - so the link on here is… Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
*UPDATE - I think you can only get the deal prices by following a link from T M Lewin's Google ad for 'all shirts £19.95' - which I stumbled across by Googling 'formal shirts' - so the link on here is not enough. Sorry for any confusion*

T M Lewin formal shirts, £19.95 with free delivery. I make that at least half price. I ordered a dress shirt which was marked down from £49.

Very strange - if you go to the website directly (not via the link I posted here) there is no discount shown. All I did was search for 'formal shirts' on Google. I phoned my local shop and they were very puzzled and told me there was no sale on and they would not honour the web price I found although they confirmed it by finding the deal themselves on their iPad!

Standard delivery initially shows up as £4.95 but it's subtracted at check out. My order has been confirmed so I am looking forward to a top quality Jermyn Street dress shirt for £19.95.

I have no relationship with this or any clothing companies!

Also Quidco is giving 5% cashback (for non-white shirts) on sale items
- AJ`
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
I think they have updated the website as I clicked on the pink above and it clearly states all shirts are £19.95 plus free delivery. Good find, heated added
#2
Nshizzle
I think they have updated the website as I clicked on the pink above and it clearly states all shirts are £19.95 plus free delivery. Good find, heated added

I opened up a different browser just now (so no T M Lewin site cookies) and went direct to the T M Lewin site and the shirt I ordered for £19.95 delivered was £54.95 inc. delivery at the check out, so you do need to access the site through the correct route to get the deals.
#3
not working for me?
#4
ifb-online
Nshizzle
I think they have updated the website as I clicked on the pink above and it clearly states all shirts are £19.95 plus free delivery. Good find, heated added
I opened up a different browser just now (so no T M Lewin site cookies) and went direct to the T M Lewin site and the shirt I ordered for £19.95 delivered was £54.95 inc. delivery at the check out, so you do need to access the site through the correct route to get the deals.
How very strange, I've just checked again and it's still stating all shirts are £19.95 plus free delivery. Even put in the basket and the delivery charge was deducted at checkout. Perhaps it's a glitch on their part where some browsers are updated and others not, who knows it's all technical stuff I don't know about!
#5
Update: it looks like the key is to Google and find the T M Lewin all shirts £19.95 ad near the top. My original link won't necessarily take you to the deals unless you have the (Google?) cookie in the browser. I'll modify the description.
#6
khodos
not working for me?

Try Googling 'formal shirts' find the T M Lewin ad for 'all shirts £19.95' and follow the link.
1 Like #7
I always get the non-iron super slim fit ones and they're nice good quality shirts that last.
Still worth ironing but at the end of the working day they still look crease free due to natural body heat.
#8
I always get the non-iron super slim fit ones

I wonder what fit is best for the 49 year old office worker with a tiny bit of mid life spread - nothing worse than giving people a view of your belly if the buttons are being stretched.

Also - how tight are the double cuffs with cuff links ? I have a bulky watch and can't nicely fasten buttoned cuffs over it. I wondered whether cuff links would help with that.

Edited By: gremlin on Mar 09, 2017 11:44
1 Like #9
gremlin
I always get the non-iron super slim fit ones
I wonder what fit is best for the 49 year old office worker with a tiny bit of mid life spread - nothing worse than giving people a view of your belly if the buttons are being stretched.
Also - how tight are the double cuffs with cuff links ? I have a bulky watch and can't nicely fasten buttoned cuffs over it. I wondered whether cuff links would help with that.

Double-cuffs are always more accommodating. You do need to know your sleeve length though. Measure from centre if the back of the collar to where you want the sleeve to end.

I have lost weight recently and was rather surprised that I fit into a slim-fit shirt that was bought for me. So I ordered a slim-fit. I can lose a bit more and the event I ordered the shirt for is in a month so I have time to lose a few more pounds :)

If you have a bit of a spread I would go for the regular fit.
#10
Thanks OP. Good deal indeed. ordered two fitted ones.
#11
I've managed to find the offer. I used this URL:
TM LEwin




Edited By: ramraideruk on Mar 09, 2017 12:07
#12
ramraideruk
I've managed to find the offer. I used this URL:TM LEwin

Unfortunately, it's not the URL so if you haven't already seen the deal your link won't work. I made this mistake at the start. It seems that there is a cookie applied when you follow the link from T M Lewin's Google Ad on the search page results.
#13
Any link put on here will have the HUKD details added and so you will lose the £19.99 deal - it is how the site is meant to work. It also means I doubt there is any cash back either as again if you go from a Cashback site to the TM Lewins site you will not get the £19.99 deal. I searched Google for 'TM Lewin and 19.99' and got the link from there.
#14
TiptreeJam
Any link put on here will have the HUKD details added and so you will lose the £19.99 deal - it is how the site is meant to work. It also means I doubt there is any cash back either as again if you go from a Cashback site to the TM Lewins site you will not get the £19.99 deal. I searched Google for 'TM Lewin and 19.99' and got the link from there.

As I have explained, it's not a url issue, it's a cookie issue. But I do agree it means hotukdeals can't handle it the way it is meant to. Nevertheless, the deal is there and if you like shirts like these the deal is excellent - I am not personally bothered about cashback in this instance.

Edited By: ifb-online on Mar 09, 2017 16:53: typo
1 Like #15
Ordered thanks OP!

Don't forget the 6% TCB too which takes off another £1.20 (_;)

Edited By: Narcotix on Mar 10, 2017 07:20: Extra info
1 Like #16
Did the Google thing, clicked through. Discounted price and free delivery. Arriving tomorrow. Happy
#17
ifb-online
gremlin
I always get the non-iron super slim fit ones
I wonder what fit is best for the 49 year old office worker with a tiny bit of mid life spread - nothing worse than giving people a view of your belly if the buttons are being stretched.
Also - how tight are the double cuffs with cuff links ? I have a bulky watch and can't nicely fasten buttoned cuffs over it. I wondered whether cuff links would help with that.
Double-cuffs are always more accommodating. You do need to know your sleeve length though. Measure from centre if the back of the collar to where you want the sleeve to end.
I have lost weight recently and was rather surprised that I fit into a slim-fit shirt that was bought for me. So I ordered a slim-fit. I can lose a bit more and the event I ordered the shirt for is in a month so I have time to lose a few more pounds :)
If you have a bit of a spread I would go for the regular fit.

yeah go for the regular...I lost over 2 stone and now buying their extra slim ...has anyone had the problem also of holes appearing in the Elbow crook on shirts...thought this was only me, but apparently when you bend your elbow especially sitting at a desk all day long , you are stretching the thinnest part of the shirt, which easily rips...thought it was just me with gieves and hawkes, jager shirts, but no it happens with Tm lewin as well , had to resort to patching and wearing with a jumper sometimes...kept buying a new shirt everytime it happened...cost a fortune!!!
1 Like #18
Brilliant just orders two. Wish I had known earlier in the week as paid full price in store for 3!
1 Like #19
Thanks OP. Just ordered 5 shirts for £20 less than just 4 shirts would cost in the shop
1 Like #20
I am a bit of a lard but I find going for fitted with a bigger neck works best for me!

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