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EMPORIO ARMANI Chest Logo T-Shirts - 2 for £24.99 delivered @ House of Fraser
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EMPORIO ARMANI Chest Logo T-Shirts - 2 for £24.99 delivered @ House of Fraser

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Posted 3rd May

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These are normally £20 each but current promotion is 2 for £25.
Add discount code MAY20 for a further 4.99 off but then add the cheapest postage cost of £4.99 so £24.99 for both.
Worth seeing if there is anything else worth ordering as you are paying for delivery but good price for these t-shirts regardless.
Various colours and sizes available at time of posting.
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manbearpig03/05/2020 19:00

UniqloI don’t need a brand to make me feel better


But you do need to put down other people because they can afford a brand to make you feel better.
manbearpig03/05/2020 14:59

So council. Who would actually wear this garbage in public


no need for this comment. If people like the brand they like the brand.

no need to be saying things like that
So council.

Who would actually wear this garbage in public
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Thanks OP!!
Dunno what these are like but got £12.50 each that’s a steal! Dress up in my living room like a baller
Heat added good quality shirts
Good deal, steal at this price!
These are underwear
Edited by: "Saj_Hussain" 3rd May
These are good quality. I got them same price few months ago in store, seemed to be the general offer on them. They are small fitting so make sure you buy one or even two sizes bigger
Saj_Hussain03/05/2020 14:17

These are underwear


Yep horrible streachy material shameful putting a desiger label on such rubbish
So council.

Who would actually wear this garbage in public
Be rude not to order these
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What a trendy brand
I guess a deals a deal but seems a lot for a t-shirt. I normally get something like this.thesun.co.uk/wp-…all
jay1503/05/2020 15:53

I guess a deals a deal but seems a lot for a t-shirt. I normally get …I guess a deals a deal but seems a lot for a t-shirt. I normally get something like this.https://www.thesun.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/1454331.main_image.jpg?strip=all


Where can I buy
manbearpig03/05/2020 14:59

So council. Who would actually wear this garbage in public


Superchav
manbearpig03/05/2020 14:59

So council. Who would actually wear this garbage in public


no need for this comment. If people like the brand they like the brand.

no need to be saying things like that
Ashley 🥶
manbearpig03/05/2020 14:59

So council. Who would actually wear this garbage in public



If its a little to pricey for you might likes these
garybb03/05/2020 16:38

If its a little to pricey for you might likes these


😁😁
Also £20 here if you’re Size L plus £4.99 unless you spend £75.

mandmdirect.com/01/…ack
manbearpig03/05/2020 14:59

So council. Who would actually wear this garbage in public


What do you wear then, you classy fella?
yomanation03/05/2020 18:49

What do you wear then, you classy fella?


Uniqlo

I don’t need a brand to make me feel better
manbearpig03/05/2020 19:00

UniqloI don’t need a brand to make me feel better


But you do need to put down other people because they can afford a brand to make you feel better.
What are the sizes like for these, is it worth going a size up?
They aren't that bad and for the price it's a steal.
Great price and decent quality too
Thanks and heat added.
As already mentioned, these are UNDERWEAR t-shirts. They contain 5% elastane and are not designed to be a "normal" t-shirt. The fabric is considerably thin, and due to the elastane it WILL hug the body. Don't buy these expecting to wear them outside or have them visible, unless of course you're ripped.
Edited by: "imcomyou" 3rd May
imcomyou03/05/2020 22:57

As already mentioned, these are UNDERWEAR t-shirts. They contain 5% …As already mentioned, these are UNDERWEAR t-shirts. They contain 5% elastane and are not designed to be a "normal" t-shirt. The fabric is considerably thin, and due to the elastane it WILL hug the body. Don't buy these expecting to wear them outside or have them visible, unless of course you're ripped.


Each to their own
Ianm03/05/2020 21:56

What are the sizes like for these, is it worth going a size up?


Earlier @freebiehunter commented:

“They are small fitting so make sure you buy one or even two sizes bigger”.
DelboyDave03/05/2020 18:18

Also £20 here if you’re Size L plus £4.99 unless you spend £75 …Also £20 here if you’re Size L plus £4.99 unless you spend £75.https://www.mandmdirect.com/01/details/EM8/Emporio-Armani-Mens-Two-Pack-T-Shirt-Black


Reviews seem decent but I'm tempted to refuse delivery as I've ordered medium and it has been mentioned that sizes are a bit small.....anyone know if I refuse delivery will I get my full refund including postage?
mchu6am404/05/2020 08:59

Reviews seem decent but I'm tempted to refuse delivery as I've ordered …Reviews seem decent but I'm tempted to refuse delivery as I've ordered medium and it has been mentioned that sizes are a bit small.....anyone know if I refuse delivery will I get my full refund including postage?


You could contact them and cancel if they haven't been dispatched.
Edited by: "garybb" 4th May
garybb04/05/2020 09:28

You could contact them and cancel if they haven't been dispatched.


There's no telephone to ring or web chat! I'm not surprised as it's run by the same crook as sports direct!

Have contacted them by an online form but I doubt they'll read it in time and act on it!
mchu6am404/05/2020 10:36

There's no telephone to ring or web chat! I'm not surprised as it's run by …There's no telephone to ring or web chat! I'm not surprised as it's run by the same crook as sports direct!Have contacted them by an online form but I doubt they'll read it in time and act on it!


They are quick when you fill in the forum.
garybb04/05/2020 10:50

They are quick when you fill in the forum.


Hopefully...
Got the XXL and fit me as I'm Large. Material is really nice and is stretchy but for £12.50 each and Emporio Armani they are a really nice to wear. No difference to any Armani T-Shirts I already have so wouldn't be worried that it's underwear. Can't believe some of the nasty comments in this thread some people need to get a life!
garybb04/05/2020 10:50

They are quick when you fill in the forum.


Still haven't got back to me the swines but I've refused delivery so hopefully will get full refund... I ordered medium which is my normal size hence another reason to return!
pditch08/05/2020 23:05

Got the XXL and fit me as I'm Large. Material is really nice and is …Got the XXL and fit me as I'm Large. Material is really nice and is stretchy but for £12.50 each and Emporio Armani they are a really nice to wear. No difference to any Armani T-Shirts I already have so wouldn't be worried that it's underwear. Can't believe some of the nasty comments in this thread some people need to get a life!


I agree. Same sizing as me mate. For the price they are decent. I think it's a good deal.
So I realised shortly after ordering that these are tight fitting and nightwear so I sent a message via their website to cancel the order but to date I've not received any reply!

So a few days later they shipped the order and I refused delivery and off they were on their way back! But a week later the same package landed back at my doorstep and courier said I have to return it using the form inside etc.

There's no phone to ring the sports direct crook so what are my rights? I'd like to return for full refund including my postage and send them back at the crooks costs!

It states inside the package that the return postage is at buyers cost (doesn't even say not if the item is faulty or fit for purpose!). So not only they'll not refund my original £5 postage but I'll have to pay £5 to return!

They've made it difficult to return anything.

So what are my rights, how do I get my full refund back including any return postage. Is chargeback an option as a last resort?

Anybody happen to have their number?
mchu6am419/05/2020 23:16

So I realised shortly after ordering that these are tight fitting and …So I realised shortly after ordering that these are tight fitting and nightwear so I sent a message via their website to cancel the order but to date I've not received any reply!So a few days later they shipped the order and I refused delivery and off they were on their way back! But a week later the same package landed back at my doorstep and courier said I have to return it using the form inside etc.There's no phone to ring the sports direct crook so what are my rights? I'd like to return for full refund including my postage and send them back at the crooks costs!It states inside the package that the return postage is at buyers cost (doesn't even say not if the item is faulty or fit for purpose!). So not only they'll not refund my original £5 postage but I'll have to pay £5 to return!They've made it difficult to return anything.So what are my rights, how do I get my full refund back including any return postage. Is chargeback an option as a last resort?Anybody happen to have their number?


Faffing about with Sports direct is something you just don’t do. Only worth buying from there if you know what you want and don’t intend of returning
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