Charles Tyrwhitt - ALL shirts £19.99 with free delivery
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Charles Tyrwhitt - ALL shirts £19.99 with free delivery

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Found 12th Feb 2014
I wear quite a lot of Charles Tyrwhitt shirts for work and always wait for a decent offer to come up. Gone are the days of £9.99 shirts due to promo code glitches but this is quite a decent deal considering it offers free delivery which is usually £4.95 regardless of how much you spending with them.

£19.99 for any shirt and free delivery.

Worth noting that this offer doesn't work with any other promo codes (including the latest Bespoke Offers code - I tried already!)

This offer is only on for a few days. It came through the post.

URL is ctshirts.co.uk/ben

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Concur. Their non-iron shirts are great. just a shame they don't do black ones. Heat and thanks OP

"I wear quite a lot of Charles Tyrwhitt shirts for work "
Must be really cold where you work.

£20 is decent for them, but I find it hard to pay that given what you could get them for before. Good shirts, although very baggy, slim or extra slim the way to go.

Original Poster

M0RPH

£20 is decent for them, but I find it hard to pay that given what you … £20 is decent for them, but I find it hard to pay that given what you could get them for before. Good shirts, although very baggy, slim or extra slim the way to go.



I feel the same but sadly, I don't think we'll get then that cheap again.

jackcuzzy

I feel the same but sadly, I don't think we'll get then that cheap again.



C'mon you two. I imagine you both sat round a table
in a dingy room huddled round a candle. You are
counting all your money and checking your bills, saying
"Bah humbug"
I am sure that you really are two great fellas so forget
the past and pay the going rate.
Have a great day.

Original Poster

gluke21

C'mon you two. I imagine you both sat round a table in a dingy room … C'mon you two. I imagine you both sat round a table in a dingy room huddled round a candle. You arecounting all your money and checking your bills, saying"Bah humbug"I am sure that you really are two great fellas so forgetthe past and pay the going rate. Have a great day.



I posted the deal...

I wouldn't have posted it if I didn't think it was a good deal!

Beware these guys will SPAM the hell out of you with emails and their brochures. They make vistaprint look restrained...

I think I have always paid this price for them, I get a million emails a week with these offers in them! Good shirts though.

Great shirts - slim is needed even for me as the 'regular' is like a tent. The quality of the non-iron ones is brilliant. They should be a little more realistic with their sizing.

Thanks OP - £20 delivered for the non-iron shirts is a good deal.

The RRP of shirts etc. is roughly at least 350% margin on the cost (made abroad cheaply).

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You can always "unsubscribe" if you don't like their spam I guess.

It's 4 for £100 as standard. You can alway find a 10 or even 15% off code online.

dannyboy92

It's 4 for £100 as standard. You can alway find a 10 or even 15% off code … It's 4 for £100 as standard. You can alway find a 10 or even 15% off code online.



Still wouldn't make it this cheap, and usually still pay for delivery!

splender

The RRP of shirts etc. is roughly at least 350% margin on the cost (made … The RRP of shirts etc. is roughly at least 350% margin on the cost (made abroad cheaply).



Not nicks shirts, they are all sourced in the UK and where else can you get a 6 month money back / exchange on a shirt!

Blooming +HOT! even at £50 a pop! Nice one @Jack

How do they compare to TM Lewin or Next? Since they are approx £20 a shirt?

008

Not nicks shirts, they are all sourced in the UK and where else can you … Not nicks shirts, they are all sourced in the UK and where else can you get a 6 month money back / exchange on a shirt!Blooming +HOT! even at £50 a pop! Nice one @Jack

Would the 6 month guarantee apply in this case though? Says not valid on sale items.

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TertiusC

Would the 6 month guarantee apply in this case though? Says not valid on … Would the 6 month guarantee apply in this case though? Says not valid on sale items.

Still applies. These aren't sale items, just an offer. Never had a problem returning shirts to them before.

TertiusC

Would the 6 month guarantee apply in this case though? Says not valid on … Would the 6 month guarantee apply in this case though? Says not valid on sale items.



Have bought [not so many in the last 20 years] a lot from CT and on the only occasion that we had an issue, they not only swapped out an 8 month sky twill that had stitching coming away on right sleeve, they gave us one for free as a gesture... imagine that ever happening at Currys with a 55" tv out of the 1 year warranty!

If you are ever in london shopping, worth a store visit as well, they have a lot of one offs and unique non-collected / ordered clothing that is silly money for the quality.. lovely staff, not pompous like a lot of the "old boys" brigade here!

Taobitz

How do they compare to TM Lewin or Next? Since they are approx £20 a … How do they compare to TM Lewin or Next? Since they are approx £20 a shirt?



Used to be a big fan of TM Lewin but I prefer CT now. The quality is great & ironing is so much easier than the TM Lewins ones

Taobitz

How do they compare to TM Lewin or Next? Since they are approx £20 a … How do they compare to TM Lewin or Next? Since they are approx £20 a shirt?



C&T
TM Lewin
N&L

All brilliant and all [in some ways] as good as each other...

Next shirts? Not even in the same ballpark!

The above 3 tend to stick to what they know... making decent shirts... that last..

Hence why next should go back to making cardboard boxes for slinky toys oO

Agreed CT is superior, I have about 10 CT and 5 TML and only wear the CT ones as I can never be bothered ironing the TML ones. Both are better than Next in my experience. TML are good but a nightmare to iron.

Decent deal, I think the lowest you can get them for these days is about £15-£16 a shirt.

I prefer the TML non-iron shirts (as they have a better fit imo), but the CT ones are also great.

TML are good as well.

You can get 5 for £85 delivered at Savile Row Company using codes off here (plus TCB). These also get very good reviews.

I usually get TM Lewin shirts. What's the standard sleeve length? I never usually shop online with CT nor TM and never had to specify
Also I usually get slim fit at TM, would I be better off with extra slim at CT?
Edited by: "vdude" 12th Feb 2014

vdude

I usually get TM Lewin shirts. What's the standard sleeve length? I never … I usually get TM Lewin shirts. What's the standard sleeve length? I never usually shop online with CT nor TM and never had to specifyAlso I usually get slim fit at TM, would I be better off with extra slim at CT?

Yes, you do want to go for extra slim fit with CT.

I got one a while back, even slim was like a tent. Fair enough, these things happen...

Sent it back and ended up 10 quid out of pocket. They won't refund postage and don't offer free returns. Nice.

Won't be using them again.

It wont let me checkout! When I click 'Secure Checkout' in the shopping bag it keeps bringing me back to the homepage of the offer.

Add pocket to left breast +£6.95 = Cold

Gone for 5, thanks OP

nomeames

Add pocket to left breast +£6.95 = Cold

Where can you add a pocket for less in England?

jackcuzzy

Never had a problem returning shirts to them before.



Why would you need to return such great shirts?

i need to buy around 10 decent formal shirts.. but kind of just feel like im getting mugged spending £200 on some shirts… it not the worst price but i just feel like throw me in a couple of ties or something… wish i could haggle with them…

was looking through these to see if there were any my boyfriend would like, when I read the "about" page and discovered that they do women's shirts too! he can buy his own shirt

splender

Where can you add a pocket for less in England?



In England? I am not english !!!!! (This is HUKD not HENGD)
Having said that why should anyone pay for pockets to be added. They should be there by default and if at all the company wants to customise, the option should be to opt out (for FREE) rather than adding.
Edited by: "nomeames" 12th Feb 2014

nomeames

In England? I am not english !!!!! (This is HUKD not HENGD)Having said … In England? I am not english !!!!! (This is HUKD not HENGD)Having said that why should anyone pay for pockets to be added. They should be there by default and if at all the company wants to customise, the option should be to opt out rather than adding.



Who wears shirts with pockets these days?

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theprimeminister

Why would you need to return such great shirts?



When I don't like the colour that in order in the flesh...

Mada06

Who wears shirts with pockets these days?



I wear along with more than half of UK. (_;) and this keeps stores like Debenhams, Burton, M&S, H&M, BHS, River Island etc etc going and that is the reason why Savile Row, TMLewin and others still sell those shirts.

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