TM LEWIN ALL Shirts & Ties £19.95 Inc FREE Delivery
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TM LEWIN ALL Shirts & Ties £19.95 Inc FREE Delivery

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Found 16th Sep 2017
Brilliant little trick here which EVERYONE in the hunt for some decent shirts should be aware of - If you search for "Charles Tyrwhitt" on google, it will then show you an ad for £19.95 shirts at TM Lewin.

CREDIT: RBZ - who commented this on my previous post.

Possible 5.05% TCB. Not sure if there are also any discount codes floating about?

Anyway, not everyone's favourite shirt brand, but I do like their fitting. Recently a CT Shirt buyer myself, but now moved to TM LEWIN. Grabbed myself a bunch on non iron fitted shirts
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Voucher code 'VCSEP17' gives you £10 off £100 (presumably until the end of September). Works along with the targeted advertising.

Also noticed if you Google the name of the tie you are after, you can get another advert link to it, which makes all ties cheaper (took the one I was looking at from just under £30 to just under £20). Unfortunately you can't combine this and the original offer. May be worth putting in separate orders or you can buy shirts in the way the OP posted and get 3 for 2 on ties and accessories depending on how many ties you are after.

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Tie is separate. Shirt is £20. Normal price
Tm lewin are a nightmare for targeted pricing. They send you a personalised voucher code, shirts are one price, you follow a link from quidco/topcashback to their site and shirts are another price, you log on and it recognises your account and shirts are a 3rd price and so on. They send me 20 vouchers like sweeties and ive never managed to spend a single one.
Not normal price for non iron shirts at all. Very decent price for those. Hot
Tyrwhitt are currently doing 3 shirts for £55. No limit to which range either. I cannot say which are better.
There used to be a wee way to further reduce the Lewin shirt prices....

find a discount code (usually 10/15%) go through the normal TML website add one shirt and apply discount.

Once the discount is applied go back in via a different tab with the £19.95 link add a shirt at 19.95 then remove the original shirt you put in, the discount normally carries over.

Hope it still works.
Can anyone comment on fit versus Next? I fit 16" slim at Next and can never find other "off the shelf" shirts to fit as well. Never tried CT, but hear good things..!
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cactusbrandy16 h, 30 m ago

Can anyone comment on fit versus Next? I fit 16" slim at Next and can …Can anyone comment on fit versus Next? I fit 16" slim at Next and can never find other "off the shelf" shirts to fit as well. Never tried CT, but hear good things..!


TM Lewin and CT are very generous in sizing. If you're slim in Next then you'll always need the slimmest option in your chosen shirt at either of these two. Also, they come in a variety of sleeve sizes, which makes a difference depending on how you like to wear your shirt/suit jacket. Always pick non-iron. Get it right and they'll be sound.

Here's a good video to explain from TM:



Also, can anyone explain how all shirt manufacturers don't get done by Trading Standards for false advertising... "Non-Iron" my backside. "Easier" iron by a country mile, yes, but Non-Iron? Not a chance!
deleted43494818th Sep 2017

TM Lewin and CT are very generous in sizing. If you're slim in Next then …TM Lewin and CT are very generous in sizing. If you're slim in Next then you'll always need the slimmest option in your chosen shirt at either of these two. Also, they come in a variety of sleeve sizes, which makes a difference depending on how you like to wear your shirt/suit jacket. Always pick non-iron. Get it right and they'll be sound.Here's a good video to explain from TM: [Video] Also, can anyone explain how all shirt manufacturers don't get done by Trading Standards for false advertising... "Non-Iron" my backside. "Easier" iron by a country mile, yes, but Non-Iron? Not a chance!


I ordered "slim" to try them, so will see what happens and can always send them back if no good and try again. Ties up £38, but easier than going in-store and trying loads out.

Valid point on non-iron - they are definitely easy-iron, but absolutely not how they are described! Just a shame the nicest styles (in my opinion of course) are the regular material.
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cactusbrandy19 h, 50 m ago

I ordered "slim" to try them, so will see what happens and can always send …I ordered "slim" to try them, so will see what happens and can always send them back if no good and try again. Ties up £38, but easier than going in-store and trying loads out.Valid point on non-iron - they are definitely easy-iron, but absolutely not how they are described! Just a shame the nicest styles (in my opinion of course) are the regular material.


Understand what you're saying about the style, but I always find that provided you're wearing something smart the shirts do look great and they are really good quality.

I wear a waistcoat most of the time in the office or for meetings, or at the very least decent cufflinks and a tie pin on a nice tie. I can vouch for the TM ties, although I wouldn't pay full whack for them, I just wouldn't justify the price.
deleted43494819th Sep 2017

Understand what you're saying about the style, but I always find that …Understand what you're saying about the style, but I always find that provided you're wearing something smart the shirts do look great and they are really good quality. I wear a waistcoat most of the time in the office or for meetings, or at the very least decent cufflinks and a tie pin on a nice tie. I can vouch for the TM ties, although I wouldn't pay full whack for them, I just wouldn't justify the price.



Christ, I'd be lynched if I wore a waistcoat (even though we're a FTSE100 etc...)! I save them for weddings
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cactusbrandy19th Sep 2017

Christ, I'd be lynched if I wore a waistcoat (even though we're a FTSE100 …Christ, I'd be lynched if I wore a waistcoat (even though we're a FTSE100 etc...)! I save them for weddings


If it's good enough for Gordon Gekko...
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Voucher code 'VCSEP17' gives you £10 off £100 (presumably until the end of September). Works along with the targeted advertising.

Also noticed if you Google the name of the tie you are after, you can get another advert link to it, which makes all ties cheaper (took the one I was looking at from just under £30 to just under £20). Unfortunately you can't combine this and the original offer. May be worth putting in separate orders or you can buy shirts in the way the OP posted and get 3 for 2 on ties and accessories depending on how many ties you are after.
If you use the code refund15 you’ll get 15% off as well
Unfortunately this is not working for me. I'm not getting the tm ads searching for ct or a certain tm tie/shirt name using google.co.uk as I'm not located in the UK. Can anyone private message me a full ad link for the £19.95 shirts offer, please?

Edit: Got this to work using an UK proxy.
Edited by: "muc" 16th Oct 2017
CoJackin12th Oct

If you use the code refund15 you’ll get 15% off as well


Thanks for sharing, worked well - had to use the code in capital letters though.
muc15 h, 17 m ago

Unfortunately this is not working for me. I'm not getting the tm ads …Unfortunately this is not working for me. I'm not getting the tm ads searching for ct or a certain tm tie/shirt name using google.co.uk as I'm not located in the UK. Can anyone private message me a full ad link for the £19.95 shirts offer, please?Edit: Got this to work using an UK proxy.


What VPN did you end up using? I'm on ZenMate now, but can't get the ads to show up.
Works the other way around too - got a link for Charles Tyrwhitt for shirts at £19.95
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