Code for £10 off @ Charles Tyrwhitt, shirts from £14.90 delivered
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Code for £10 off @ Charles Tyrwhitt, shirts from £14.90 delivered

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Found 26th May 2017
New code J4AFE to get £10 off any purchase, no minimum spend. Men's shirts starting at £19.95, so, with delivery of £4.95, it's £14.90 delivered.

Should it be necessary to confirm this if ordering by phone, there's a barcode 00014 2345 3785.

Expires 20th June 2017

There's also a code for 11% off at the moment but I don't know if it'll accept both.

One voucher per household, can't use with any other offer and excludes clearance products, delivery costs, gift vouchers, gift boxes, and alterations.

Edit: thanks to bharani for supplying another code JPAFE should the above not work.

Edit again: thanks to anishnair, another code JMAFE if others aren't working.
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Accepts the code but won't apply it for me.
Is there a way to order for collection in store to save on delivery? A bit odd not to be able to do that in this day and age!
Lovely shirts but hit and miss if size is right, of course. And it's not free returns remember
Nice used thank you
Ulti

Is there a way to order for collection in store to save on delivery? A … Is there a way to order for collection in store to save on delivery? A bit odd not to be able to do that in this day and age!



There isn't, unfortunately. And as another poster mentioned, the size is very hit and miss. I recently ordered 3 shirts and they're a totally different fit to other shirts I've ordered with them previously in the exact same size. Very frustrating. Now I'm going to have to return them and I'm a fiver out for the delivery...
Accepts the code but doesn't apply it, says can only be used once i a single transaction maybe? Is it a single use code. Not working anyway
llocou

There isn't, unfortunately. And as another poster mentioned, the size is … There isn't, unfortunately. And as another poster mentioned, the size is very hit and miss. I recently ordered 3 shirts and they're a totally different fit to other shirts I've ordered with them previously in the exact same size. Very frustrating. Now I'm going to have to return them and I'm a fiver out for the delivery...



Thanks for confirming. I've really only bought CT, T.M. Lewin and Hawes & Curtis shirts. I notice that they're all a bit different but don't really have enough to say which I prefer out of them.
llocou

There isn't, unfortunately. And as another poster mentioned, the size is … There isn't, unfortunately. And as another poster mentioned, the size is very hit and miss. I recently ordered 3 shirts and they're a totally different fit to other shirts I've ordered with them previously in the exact same size. Very frustrating. Now I'm going to have to return them and I'm a fiver out for the delivery...



​I noticed this also but this only seems to have happened once a year or two back. they changed the cut of the extra slim definitely, can't comment on others. I prefer the new cut anyway and it hasn't changed since then for me. Pick up not possible, true but returns possible to store.
Edited by: "ldx00" 26th May 2017
Not working for me
Perfect for the £15 shirt. Thanks OP
Ulti

Thanks for confirming. I've really only bought CT, T.M. Lewin and Hawes & … Thanks for confirming. I've really only bought CT, T.M. Lewin and Hawes & Curtis shirts. I notice that they're all a bit different but don't really have enough to say which I prefer out of them.


I heard they are the same shirts but with different logo stitched into them?
CT have tightened up their vouchers now after being posted on HUKD a lot over the last couple of years. None of the vouchers that they have sent me have worked on clearance items so I've not bothered getting any more.

If you read Ts&Cs it says:
This voucher entitles you to spend £10 online, by phone or in-store. No minimum spend applies. Voucher can only be used once in a single transaction, and only one voucher can be redeemed per household. It cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or vouchers and excludes clearance products, delivery costs, gift vouchers, gift boxes and alterations. We reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any time.

Your only chance is to get lucky and find a shirt that isn't listed as on clearance on their stock control system....
Thanks OP - voucher code worked for me.
These are nice - I've been wearing 5 of them on rotation for almost a year now, paid £100 for 5. They've genuinely held up very well - not a loose thread, button or anything in sight.

I've got the non-iron ones, and it's true - you can go without ironing them if they're hung-dry and not tumbled. The material is thinner (albeit still very nice and soft) than the other "premium" versions.

I think once a year or so is up I'll try something different though - possibly the heavier material and just iron them.

If I had to pick one annoyance with these, it's that there's no small button up from the cuff, so that opening can gape a little - I have button cuff versions. Other than that, they're nice shirts and you can't go wrong for £15.
cheapest shirt I can find is £40... what am I doing wrong?
jimmyt11

cheapest shirt I can find is £40... what am I doing wrong?



They do a lot of multi-buy pricing - the shirts might be £40 (or more) each but they're almost all 4 for £100. (other sellers such as TM Lewin, Savile Row Co) do the same sort of thing.

There are some cheaper prices for individual shirts but they're mostly in the clearance sections. And as has been noted, the vouchers don't work any more against clearance items.
pcs7038

They do a lot of multi-buy pricing - the shirts might be £40 (or more) … They do a lot of multi-buy pricing - the shirts might be £40 (or more) each but they're almost all 4 for £100. (other sellers such as TM Lewin, Savile Row Co) do the same sort of thing.There are some cheaper prices for individual shirts but they're mostly in the clearance sections. And as has been noted, the vouchers don't work any more against clearance items.



oh yeah I know that... but in the op it states shirts from £19.95?
Been umm'ing and err'ing for the last month and I going I've decided just to buy the luxury range shirts from M&S as I hear they're superior - any views from qualified shirtologists?
The code works on clearance items, just had 2 shirts delivered today for a total of £34.85. But it doesn't work with any other offer including the 4 for £100 one.
villageidiotdan

Been umm'ing and err'ing for the last month and I going I've decided just … Been umm'ing and err'ing for the last month and I going I've decided just to buy the luxury range shirts from M&S as I hear they're superior - any views from qualified shirtologists?



yes they last longer in my experience. however, if you can get a CT or Lewin shirt for half price or less... only you can decide if the extra quality is worth it
escortboy

CT have tightened up their vouchers now after being posted on HUKD a lot … CT have tightened up their vouchers now after being posted on HUKD a lot over the last couple of years. None of the vouchers that they have sent me have worked on clearance items so I've not bothered getting any more.If you read Ts&Cs it says:This voucher entitles you to spend £10 online, by phone or in-store. No minimum spend applies. Voucher can only be used once in a single transaction, and only one voucher can be redeemed per household. It cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or vouchers and excludes clearance products, delivery costs, gift vouchers, gift boxes and alterations. We reserve the right to withdraw this offer at any time.Your only chance is to get lucky and find a shirt that isn't listed as on clearance on their stock control system....



yeah agreed - they now send me £10 vouchers every now and then with the usual 'we miss you' rubbish. However it then leaves a sour taste when you look through clearance for a shirt you like, try and use the code and then it doesn't apply it because of the small print. This means they're really sending you a £10 voucher to use on a £70+ shirt, which you obviously wouldn't use when there are shirts for £20 in clearance!! Therefore the £10 voucher is essentially just a gimmick to get you onto their site, which makes me hold CT in a pretty poor light these days.
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If it helps, the following sorts formal shirts by price and some do start at £19.95 and the code does work for me:
ctshirts.com/uk/…rts
These are decent shirts. Not worth RRP, but if you're paying ~£20 for a shirt it's good value for what you're getting.

Their returns are bulletproof too, 6 months no questions asked.
That code didn't work for me but 'JPAFE' worked. Only some shirts are eligible for the discount so if it says 'not applied' then try it on something else.
bharani

That code didn't work for me but 'JPAFE' worked. Only some shirts are … That code didn't work for me but 'JPAFE' worked. Only some shirts are eligible for the discount so if it says 'not applied' then try it on something else.


Worked for me, cheers mate
"Sorry, offer code "J4AFE" has not been recognised"
J4AFE doesn't work anymore but the other code is still good.
Spark

J4AFE doesn't work anymore but the other code is still good.


I tried that code too. It accepted it but took nothing off the total of my order.
JPAFE worked for me - either a single shirt, or four shirts for £100. Thanks!
Neither code working for me. Is it expired?
JMAFE works now
They are an incredibly miserable company. Like betting companies, they lure people in with money off codes then refuse to honour them. Have had several arguments with them. Now avoid

Dont touch them with a bargepole
villageidiotdan31st May

Been umm'ing and err'ing for the last month and I going I've decided just …Been umm'ing and err'ing for the last month and I going I've decided just to buy the luxury range shirts from M&S as I hear they're superior - any views from qualified shirtologists?



No they're NOT superior.M&S are good shirts no question. But CT are definitely better.
BUT theres no problem if you've got the wrong size with M&S - whereas its VERY expensive to return CT stuff
PhilK14 h, 20 m ago

No they're NOT superior.M&S are good shirts no question. But CT are …No they're NOT superior.M&S are good shirts no question. But CT are definitely better.BUT theres no problem if you've got the wrong size with M&S - whereas its VERY expensive to return CT stuff


Cheers Phil, good to know. I may pop in next time I see a CT shop and see as I'm currently rotating 2 shirts! p.s. I did return them about 3 times before getting the right size
To return 4 shirts to CT it cost me £2.80 via their returns process. I don't think that is too bad really
villageidiotdan20th Oct

Cheers Phil, good to know. I may pop in next time I see a CT shop and see …Cheers Phil, good to know. I may pop in next time I see a CT shop and see as I'm currently rotating 2 shirts! p.s. I did return them about 3 times before getting the right size


Absolutely. The BIG bug-bear with CT is the expense of returning them if fit isn't quite right.Lewins are also excellent shirts I wore one for my daughters wedding lovely feel and fit. Easily the equal of CT - and their sale is on at the mo' too
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