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Just got an email from Charles Tyrwhitt who have launched their Upto 75% off sale but if you use code AMAZON8 you can knock another £10 off ALL sale prices and then get another 10% off via Quidco

Delivery is £4.95
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#1
The site is a big con i pick 2 shirts with a total value of £44, after applying the discount the final price comes to £43 including shipping.
3 Likes #2
If you look at the site they usually have a maximum of 1 or 2 shirts that have 75% off which enables them to advertise the sale as UP TO 75% off.
These discounted shirts will also be in very short supply or surprisingly Out of Stock as soon as you select them as probably only 1 was ever on sale at 75% off.
The rest are small reductions and some have been this price since they were formed.
The amount you theoretically save is nothing as the shirts have never been at the advertised high price EVER.
#3
right let's hope they fit! ordered 10 and all of them are £18 or £20 - I see the £10 off as paying for delivery and return - so I keep one shirt and it's a good deal


Edited By: Sid Harper on Jun 18, 2014 22:56
#4
Not going to comment on the above but they are cracking shirts. Always my first port of call when I need a smart shirt.
#5
I use these often and they are good quality shirts - normally always deals on - like I have a 15% one they send me often.
#6
Although the prices are never ever £80 for the shirts. The most expensive shirt I have seen on there is £35
#7
Should be under vouchers.

Thought a mod would know better... Tut tut.
#8
teh arn
Should be under vouchers.

Thought a mod would know better... Tut tut.

75% off isn't a deal?
#9
they show out of stock items in the search, cant find anything, arghh
#10
Just ordered lovely non iron shirt using £10 discount code - £12.90 total inc delivery. Quality shirts.
#11
JABWootton
If you look at the site they usually have a maximum of 1 or 2 shirts that have 75% off which enables them to advertise the sale as UP TO 75% off.
These discounted shirts will also be in very short supply or surprisingly Out of Stock as soon as you select them as probably only 1 was ever on sale at 75% off.
The rest are small reductions and some have been this price since they were formed.
The amount you theoretically save is nothing as the shirts have never been at the advertised high price EVER.

£10 for a cheap, loose fitting button F&F shirt from Tesco, or £15 (with £10 off and quidco) shirt from Charles Tyrwhitt which has a nice fit, better quality and cufflink cuff, and I don't have to drive out to get it? I know where my money is going. Half hour of my life & fuel is worth the extra £5.
1 Like #12
You can't even start to compare to the cheap tat from supermarkets, these are on a different level altogether. The quality isn't as good as it used to be but anything up to £20 is a steal for a CT shirt
#13
taker920
You can't even start to compare to the cheap tat from supermarkets, these are on a different level altogether. The quality isn't as good as it used to be but anything up to £20 is a steal for a CT shirt


Agreed. Although they aren't worth their supposed RRP (£80ish), but as they are almost always on an offer at less than £30 they are a bargain.
[mod]#14
teh arn
Should be under vouchers.

Thought a mod would know better... Tut tut.
a sale doesn't go under vouchers... like every other sale...
1 Like #15
The quality is always excellent - I buy these shirts exclusively now as I've never been disappointed. And they last well.
1 Like #16
They appear to charge extra for a breast pocket now which has stopped me from using them.
#17
erazer
They appear to charge extra for a breast pocket now which has stopped me from using them.
Mischievous foxy pricing, once a feature is not inclusively priced then it is unacceptably high, probably each item attracts a transactional overhead whereas when included the whole item attracts overhead costs once, in this case £7 for a £20 shirt. Rather like how the British cars used to charge for every little extras whereas the Japanese cars had all usual features included as standard.
No breast pocket wipes me out of buying Charles Tywhitt too.
#18
I have ordered one for my husband and one for myself. The women's shirts are just as good quality and fit beautifully. Thanks for the deal.
#19
mrcoxexcel
The quality is always excellent - I buy these shirts exclusively now as I've never been disappointed. And they last well.

Could you please offer some advice on the types of shirt available? I was told to go for extra slim fit and 100% non-iron, however some of the nicer looking shirts are instead easy iron and just slim fit.

I hate baggy shirts and ones that crease up immediately after ironing.
#20
Easy Iron are OK, certainly MUCH better than TM Lewin IMO. Fit wise, standard is a tent...I'm a 32" waist and go extra slim, but slim is not bad either....
#21
Astec
Easy Iron are OK, certainly MUCH better than TM Lewin IMO. Fit wise, standard is a tent...I'm a 32" waist and go extra slim, but slim is not bad either....

Same size as me then, OK doesn't fill me with confidence so think I will stick with 100% non iron. Is there much difference between slim and extra?
#22
Yeah, I prefer extra slim, slim is basically normal fit...not really fitted at all. Standard is completely unwearable.
#23
I made a few orders last night and have had them cancelled this morning because the code was intended to be used only once by a particular customer.
#24
I got a shirt for £10 this way in the last sale a month or so back. Went for extra slim and was a bit worried it might be a bit too slim but it's flapping around like a tent. This is in comparison to TM Lewin slim fit.

Quality otherwise seems ok. The brass collar stiffeners seem a bit too long though and put the collar out of shape slightly.

The £10 off code was rejected a number of times after the order was processed but eventually went through. Not sure I'd bother with them again.

Anyone know any good deals on ties?
#25
Awesome, thanks - needed to stock up on work shirts as my last lot are looking a little frawed. CT are the best quality I've had.
#26
Expired code! Damn it

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