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TM Lewin - all shirts for 19.95 with free standard delivery!

£19.95 @ TM Lewin
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#1
Where? I'm getting the usual four shirts for £100+ 'offer'.
#3
Good deal
#4
I'm only seeing the 4 for 100 too?
1 Like #5
Thanks, I needed a new white shirt for my suit so will pick one up plus 5% quidco appears to be avaliable too
#6
Worked in the end with the affiliate link. Cheers!
2 Likes #7
Apply ICAAUG16 (ends 21st August) for 15% discount.

Go on the normal website, add some products, apply the discount first ( in the basket), then apply the link I provided and purchase your products. You will see the discount will stay.
#8
GSMMAD. Can't seem to find a space to apply code, any help would be appreciated
1 Like #9
Clear cookies or use a different browser. Go on the main website and not the discount page. Then add something to your basket. Go to basket and you will see the space.Only then copy paste the discounted page. Pick your purchases and you should see the discount is still there.

You can delete the unwanted item at the end before moving forward with the purchase.
#10
GSMMAD
Clear cookies or use a different browser. Go on the main website and not the discount page. Then add something to your basket. Go to basket and you will see the space.Only then copy paste the discounted page. Pick your purchases and you should see the discount is still there.
You can delete the unwanted item at the end before moving forward with the purchase.


Worked for me!
#11
I personally got 6 shirts for 100 quid :) very happy!
#12
The contrasting trim on the inside collar spoils it for me, I prefer just one colour.
#13
GSMMAD
I personally got 6 shirts for 100 quid :) very happy!
How did you manage that?
#14
got 6 shirts for 101.72 with the discount code - thanks!
#15
never heard of this brand
2 Likes #16
Shayno
never heard of this brand
Excellent comment... a real value add oO

Edited By: tango_romeo_juliet on Aug 14, 2016 19:15
#17
I can never remember if it's Lewin or Tyrwhitt but I've found these to be pretty short lived shirts. Also, for them "non-iron" seems to mean "iron' and their normal shirts are completely impossible to iron.

They very regularly fail on the elbow for me.
#18
These are very good quality.......always go for the non-iron option though.
#19
tango_romeo_juliet
Shayno
never heard of this brand
Excellent comment... a real value add oO

Tm lewin are good quality shirts, wash and iron well. Hot from me
#20
i agree 100%. lewin and tyrwhitt seem virtually identical. wouldnt be surprised if was same far east factory. only benefit of tyrwhitt iver lewin in the warranty. i bought 5 shirts from tyrwhitt and had all but 1 replaced within the 6 month warranty they offer. all gone on the elbow.

i've been told thats its down to the non iron process which is applied to the cloth. the cloth is 'broken' in a certain direction (by passing it through rollers or something similar) to encourage it to lie in the right direction and this discourages creases. Unfortunately this also weakens the cloth causing it to tear more easily.

last few times ive bought from the sale section of 'the thin red line'. similar style, cut and quality and generally able to pick up shirts around a tenner.
1 Like #21
Kallisti
I can never remember if it's Lewin or Tyrwhitt but I've found these to be pretty short lived shirts. Also, for them "non-iron" seems to mean "iron' and their normal shirts are completely impossible to iron.
They very regularly fail on the elbow for me.
Always used to purchase TM Lewin, until I found Tyrwhitt and became a convert, as I'd say the latter are of superior quality.
#22
Only 1 I really like and OOS in my size :(
#23
Work shirts are always so cheap from tm and Charles Tyrwhitt but where do you guys get trousers for a decent price?

Heat added
#24
Shayno
never heard of this brand


You joking? Guess you don't wear shirts much. Or shop in Tesco.
1 Like #25
james_lfc
Work shirts are always so cheap from tm and Charles Tyrwhitt but where do you guys get trousers for a decent price?
Heat added

I get mine from Next at the moment. Used to use M&S ... but their quality went down hill!
#26
Shayno
never heard of this brand

Have you heard about Google?
#27
speric07
Shayno
never heard of this brand

Have you heard about Google?


Yeah thanks... I would have used it if I wanted to know this brands background but I dont! Just stating the fact that I have never heard of this brand before.
#28
yespleasesir
Shayno
never heard of this brand


You joking? Guess you don't wear shirts much. Or shop in Tesco.


Only on certain occasions, I buy ASOS shirts and I don't shop in Tesco.

Edited By: Shayno on Aug 14, 2016 21:38: +
#29
johhno140
Kallisti
I can never remember if it's Lewin or Tyrwhitt but I've found these to be pretty short lived shirts. Also, for them "non-iron" seems to mean "iron' and their normal shirts are completely impossible to iron.
They very regularly fail on the elbow for me.
Always used to purchase TM Lewin, until I found Tyrwhitt and became a convert, as I'd say the latter are of superior quality.

Agree... Tyrwhitt is a different class.
1 Like #30
GSMMAD
Apply ICAAUG16 (ends 21st August) for 15% discount.
Go on the normal website, add some products, apply the discount first ( in the basket), then apply the link I provided and purchase your products. You will see the discount will stay.

Note to self:
Read the comments before you place your order, not after.
Ah well, live and learn. Only ordered one, so the mistake only cost me £3...
#31
Shayno
never heard of this brand

They used to be made in the UK, now they are made in asia, they sew on one button and then put on a Made in UK sticker.

The quality is not the same.
#32
allowed
Shayno
never heard of this brand

They used to be made in the UK, now they are made in asia, they sew on one button and then put on a Made in UK sticker.

The quality is not the same.


What is nowadays... Everything from electronics to chocolate bars to clothing. All about money and not caring for the customer/buyer. :(
#33
Yes, Tyrwhitt are a class above most shirts and seem to last forever and a day, still looking great years later.
#34
people, what is the deal then really confused lol

Some people are saying got 6 for 100, which means £16.66 each but the title says £19.95
#35
Shayno
allowed
Shayno
never heard of this brand
They used to be made in the UK, now they are made in asia, they sew on one button and then put on a Made in UK sticker.
The quality is not the same.
What is nowadays... Everything from electronics to chocolate bars to clothing. All about money and not caring for the customer/buyer. :(

CT shirts are decent. TM shirts that aren't non-iron are dreadful.

Neither are as bad as the junk you find in next, M&S etc.. so stop complaining
#36
Gaaa, just logged on to get a couple and am too late. Was a very good price for good quality shirts - way, way above your Next etc.
#37
Jolly nice shirt !
#38
manbearpig
Shayno
allowed
Shayno
never heard of this brand
They used to be made in the UK, now they are made in asia, they sew on one button and then put on a Made in UK sticker.
The quality is not the same.
What is nowadays... Everything from electronics to chocolate bars to clothing. All about money and not caring for the customer/buyer. :(
CT shirts are decent. TM shirts that aren't non-iron are dreadful.
Neither are as bad as the junk you find in next, M&S etc.. so stop complaining

true...
#39
Fudgicals, seems like this has now expired.
#40
Link and code is still working

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