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Up to 40% off with code + Free Delivery at Ted Baker for 48 hours only - Men's / Women's / Kid's
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Up to 40% off with code + Free Delivery at Ted Baker for 48 hours only - Men's / Women's / Kid's

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Posted 8th May
For 48 hours only, Ted's offering up to 40% off selected menswear/womenswear/kids styles. Don't miss out – use code SPRINGFLING while the offer is in full bloom.

Seems to be a reasonable range of stuff with discount

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Thanks for sharing @nictry - hope you don't mind, I've added the Free Delivery info into your thread title, added some examples to your OP Heat added
CT shirts are far better value IMHO.
Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't particularly good, and anyone who isn't label-obsessed would be able to get decent clothes elsewhere for a much better price. And let's face it it, Ted Baker isn't much of a label to boast about these days, is it?
Quadrille08/05/2019 09:28

Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't …Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't particularly good, and anyone who isn't label-obsessed would be able to get decent clothes elsewhere for a much better price. And let's face it it, Ted Baker isn't much of a label to boast about these days, is it?


I don't think the founder's outdated perspective on what's acceptable in the office should become the problem of all the hardworking people who work there, many of whom probably had to enure his nonsense... especially now he's gone. However I agree the prices are still a little steep for some items even with the 40% reduction. Jackets and trousers aren't bad value though.
Does it come with a free hug and squeeze on the bum from Ted?
I can see Ted Baker going down the Pan. Free hug not included.
Great thanks for posting
Quadrille08/05/2019 09:28

Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't …Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't particularly good, and anyone who isn't label-obsessed would be able to get decent clothes elsewhere for a much better price. And let's face it it, Ted Baker isn't much of a label to boast about these days, is it?



Is there a woke eco-friendly brand you'd recommend instead?
Quadrille55 m ago

Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't …Even with 40% off, they are overpriced. Ted Baker quality isn't particularly good, and anyone who isn't label-obsessed would be able to get decent clothes elsewhere for a much better price. And let's face it it, Ted Baker isn't much of a label to boast about these days, is it?


I happen to like Ted Baker and I'm not into big labels.
Ted baker products for a designer brand offer some of the best quality garments. Ive purchased various products over the past 20 years and had have always been impressed with the materials used and manufacturing quality. Unlike most other designer brands that use cheap, often poor quality materials that dont wash well and are almost possible to iron and maintain.
40% and hugs
Am I too late for the hug jokes? Yes indeed I am. Much, much too late.

Quality of the Ted Baker kids clothes is excellent, and not overly expensive, even the hangers are nice.
qball10108/05/2019 09:36

I don't think the founder's outdated perspective on what's acceptable in …I don't think the founder's outdated perspective on what's acceptable in the office should become the problem of all the hardworking people who work there, many of whom probably had to enure his nonsense... especially now he's gone


Me neither. But that's the way it works - and that's why he's gone.
But, like it or not, he IS the brand.
They'd recover quicker if they stopped ripping people off, too.
jamespo08/05/2019 10:07

Is there a woke eco-friendly brand you'd recommend instead?


Sorry, I'm not really into brands. I look for quality and value for money, which rarely extends to a 40% markup for the label.
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