1 shirt + 1 Tie for £ 18.58 on T.M.lewin (Real Bargain)
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1 shirt + 1 Tie for £ 18.58 on T.M.lewin (Real Bargain)

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Found 29th Nov 2011
As I have posted in previous post 1 shirt + 1 Tie for £20.65.
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…599
However, T.m.lewin closed the loop hole and orders were not going through for others.

Today, I tried the same method and got the same deal even cheaper just for £18.58 which is real bargain.

1) Add 1 shirt of your choice
2) choose 3 random shirts and update the basket
3) Add tie of your choice

Now apply following codes

Use codes, TMLCYB, FREETIE and JLD (thanks to 2003bluecat).

4) Remove 3 random shirts

Dnt forget quidco and TCB.
(Thanks to Ross87)

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cool but it might not be honoured because it clearly states free tie with orders of 50 or more pounds
Edited by: "Wonderkid147" 29th Nov 2011

TMLCYB now expired

Wonderkid147

cool but it might not be honoured because it clearly states free tie with … cool but it might not be honoured because it clearly states free tie with orders of 50 or more pounds



+1 - With discount code TMLCYB expiring at 1400 today, you've only got a limited number of discount codes left that work.

not a honest deal and to be honest this deal sucks chickens eggs....

Not an honest deal- how pathetic. If a company agrees to make a sale (because their web site is not built correctly) then what's the problem. This is not theft! Some people. Sure the company has a policy that says that any mid prices will not be honoured. If they don't pick up on those that is there problem.

mattgrant

Not an honest deal- how pathetic. If a company agrees to make a sale … Not an honest deal- how pathetic. If a company agrees to make a sale (because their web site is not built correctly) then what's the problem. This is not theft! Some people. Sure the company has a policy that says that any mid prices will not be honoured. If they don't pick up on those that is there problem.



This isn't really an honest deal - it's exploiting an error in their system. Doing this on purpose is dishonest becasue you KNOW it isn't the intended promotion. IMO being dishonest to gain something you're not entitled to is immoral.
Your defense is ridiculous. A shopkeeper who employs no security and leaves his goods unattended might be 'asking for it', but that doesn't justify the actions of those who steal from him.

if you're happy to exploit these things then that's fine - just admit it but don't try to justify it.
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