Charles Tyrwhitt Shirts - All shirts are £19.95 plus a free tie!
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Charles Tyrwhitt Shirts - All shirts are £19.95 plus a free tie!

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Found 10th Apr
This web address takes you to a part of the Charles Tyrwhitt site where all shirts are £19.95 and you get a free tie (except shirts for tux's)

Whilst shirts are usually not the £60, they advertise clearance from £21.95 which is a saving of £1.95 and the rest going up to £34.95 or 4 for £110.

P&P £4.95

I recently got 5 shirts and a tie for £105...
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Great post Op! Time to restock the wardrobe. Cant remember if at any other time if they included a free tie as well.
whats a tie ?
Nice deal but a few things I've learned:
1. You can have 1 free tie regardless of how many shirts you order
2. The stitching on the ties can be dreadful and I've had a few completely fall apart
3. Only ever buy the non-iron shirts. You do still have to iron them but they stay decent. The others look like they've just been pulled out of the washer as soon as you put them on.
Good quality shirts
Avoid going through any cashback sites as this will muck up the order...

If you have any issues and they request the offer codes it's WILBERT
This offer has been on for well over a month...
Free returns?
Rubbish shirts
Thanks. Got a couple more work shirts. Out of interest while I’m on here - has anybody had any success with non-iron shirts that genuinely don’t need ironing? I’ve tried a few and all need ironing. Even the ULTIMATE non-iron TM Lewis ones.
Naith5 h, 4 m ago

This offer has been on for well over a month...


But not posted/live...
Edited by: "jackcuzzy" 11th Apr
rdajackson40 m ago

Thanks. Got a couple more work shirts. Out of interest while I’m on here - …Thanks. Got a couple more work shirts. Out of interest while I’m on here - has anybody had any success with non-iron shirts that genuinely don’t need ironing? I’ve tried a few and all need ironing. Even the ULTIMATE non-iron TM Lewis ones.


I have got both CT and TM Lewin non-iron shirts and very rarely do iron any of them. It's important to take them out of washing machine immediately and hang them or for better result put them in the dryer and then hang them.
sleuth8 m ago

I have got both CT and TM Lewin non-iron shirts and very rarely do iron …I have got both CT and TM Lewin non-iron shirts and very rarely do iron any of them. It's important to take them out of washing machine immediately and hang them or for better result put them in the dryer and then hang them.


Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often standing by the washing machine for the last couple of minutes waiting for the door to unlock. I couldn’t remove them and hang them any quicker. I don’t have a tumble dryer, but do you have success even when you don’t use that?
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Naith5 h, 26 m ago

This offer has been on for well over a month...


Well thanks for sharing this offer. Top contribution both then and now.... Wait a minute...
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Hammondhammond1 h, 55 m ago

Rubbish shirts


May I ask who your preferred shirt supplier are?
This also works in shops if you want to get your sizing checked. Just have the offer open for them to check and they will run it through the till.
Love this deal. While you do only get one tie per order, you can place multiple orders and get a shirt and tie for £25 (Inc delivery) great deal when you buy 4-5 at a time
Naith6 h, 20 m ago

This offer has been on for well over a month...


Thanks for sharing! Don't be a member here if you're not going to help others.
I have used this place excluaively for shirts since I discovered their only branch in Holborn years ago. They speciailise in non iron and I suppirt them for that. My sunday nights have not been the same since! I love to stock up on deals like this!
rdajackson1 h, 8 m ago

Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often …Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often standing by the washing machine for the last couple of minutes waiting for the door to unlock. I couldn’t remove them and hang them any quicker. I don’t have a tumble dryer, but do you have success even when you don’t use that?


Have you tried actually wearing an unironed shirt and seeing what it looks like after 20 minutes of wearing? They can appear a bit creased before putting on but those creases will go.
Avoid.

I ordered two shirts from these in a sale about 5 years ago and they cancelled my first order because they didn't want to honour the price (so I ended up with my second choice of shirt). Additionally I have been receiving junk mail from these ever since.
waysan17 m ago

Have you tried actually wearing an unironed shirt and seeing what it looks …Have you tried actually wearing an unironed shirt and seeing what it looks like after 20 minutes of wearing? They can appear a bit creased before putting on but those creases will go.


No - will try this though. Thanks
I much prefer TM Lewin and Hawes and Curtis just for the fit alone. Even the slim fit shirts at CT feel like wearing a tent in comparison to the competition. The quality is pretty good though in fairness.
Hammondhammond3 h, 29 m ago

Rubbish shirts


i second that, plus the ties are poor quality as someone else already mentioned.
Bubuka8311th Apr

i second that, plus the ties are poor quality as someone else already …i second that, plus the ties are poor quality as someone else already mentioned.


Who's shirts do you rate?
rdajackson2 h, 3 m ago

Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often …Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often standing by the washing machine for the last couple of minutes waiting for the door to unlock. I couldn’t remove them and hang them any quicker. I don’t have a tumble dryer, but do you have success even when you don’t use that?


Don’t let the machine spin them at a high spin speed. Doing so really compresses the creases into them (imagine sitting on them all creased up). They come out feeling quite damp but reshape on a hanger straight away and allow to dry naturally. I wear them all the time and never need to iron. I do agree that 15 mins wear will create warmth that will drop out anything remaining.
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Mada0641 m ago

I much prefer TM Lewin and Hawes and Curtis just for the fit alone. Even …I much prefer TM Lewin and Hawes and Curtis just for the fit alone. Even the slim fit shirts at CT feel like wearing a tent in comparison to the competition. The quality is pretty good though in fairness.


Well you may be in luck as there is a Amex offer on top of whatever offers they run in-store with 20% back on the card!
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jchung078 m ago

Well you may be in luck as there is a Amex offer on top of whatever offers …Well you may be in luck as there is a Amex offer on top of whatever offers they run in-store with 20% back on the card! [Image]


I've used this a few times now
Stiz2theMiz1 h, 37 m ago

Thanks for sharing! Don't be a member here if you're not going to help …Thanks for sharing! Don't be a member here if you're not going to help others.


hotukdeals.com/dea…973

Maybe you should be a bit more observant yourself before you start getting 'shirty'
is this only online or in store as well?
zygo2 h, 55 m ago

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Idiot
rdajackson3 h, 35 m ago

Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often …Really?? I don’t understand where I’m going wrong then - honestly I’m often standing by the washing machine for the last couple of minutes waiting for the door to unlock. I couldn’t remove them and hang them any quicker. I don’t have a tumble dryer, but do you have success even when you don’t use that?


You really need to tumble dry them. I have the CT ones and you need to tumble dry them to reduce the creasing. And as mentioned above, they do get slightly better once you wear them. Without a tumble dryer, try hanging them above a radiator or by the boiler /airing cupboard.
Edited by: "endothecat" 11th Apr
Nice one OP, needed a new tie so effectively have a free shirt to go with it. Agree on the non-iron front, take them straight out & hang them up and they're good to go
For those that are asking "what shirts do you suggest instead?"

Having had shirts that just refuse to iron (looking at you, CT and TM Lewin...!), here's what they really mean:

Ultimate non-iron: you can leave it, but you'll look slightly scruffy; best to give it a once over quickly and see
Non-iron: Iron as normal. It needs ironing.
Normal: good luck getting these to look even remotely acceptable without an industrial grade steam generator iron

For me, I've found that Next signature/premium shirts are a good combination of washing/ironing well, and holding together well. The fit off the shelf is not as useful for people with orangutan proportions, but it's the only shirt I can pick up off a shelf and get on with (16" slim fit).

Cheap poly-cotton Next shirts are a waste of money. The premium/signature are best (100% cotton), but usually cost about £30 each. Best ones I've had in many years of buying shirts now.
Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 11th Apr
Where can I put a voucher code OR is that removed for this deal?
Stiz2theMiz9 m ago

Where can I put a voucher code OR is that removed for this deal?


When you go to Bag there's a place to put offer code
Hammondhammond6 h, 40 m ago

Rubbish shirts


Completely disagree, I have found them to be quality shirts - the only work shirts I buy these days.
gslgregory3 m ago

When you go to Bag there's a place to put offer code


Thanks but on the desktop version there is not. Where are you seeing it?
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