5 Shirts Delivered for $149 ($29.80 Each) + $10 Postage @ T.M.Lewin

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5 Shirts Delivered for $149 ($30 each) @ T.M.Lewin including Non-iron and easy to iron

Credit to @Illusiond for extra $10 off for orders over $125

Use the code SAVAUSJULYTML19

Update: TM Lewin has emailed us saying that they have changed the coupon code to "exclude sale items and multibuy items", thus cannot be used for this offer.

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Comments

  • +9 votes

    Only one shirt available in my usual TM measurements

  • +2 votes

    +$10 for delivery ($150 spend for free delivery)
    Great shirts though - well worth it.

  • +5 votes

    Use the code SAVAUSJULYTML19 to save $10 for orders over $125

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      Edit watch out for slim vs regular cut. Made a mistake

    • +4 votes

      Thanks mate did this and added 2 pairs of socks for $13 to get free delivery and the $10 discount.

      $152 for 5 Shirts + 2 pairs socks delivered 🙂

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        Thanks for the idea. I didn't want the red socks though, so I paid an extra $3 for a pattern that I liked ($155 for 5 non-iron shirts and 2 pairs of socks).

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      TMLewin emailed us yesterday evening that they have changed the code to exclude sale items and multibuy items, which means it no longer applies to this deal.

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    Is this also available in store?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Been really happy with my shirts from previous deals. Just be aware that their "non-iron" is closer to easy iron but otherwise good shirts.

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    Anyone know if the shirt has collar inserts sewn in, or are removable? thanks

  • +1 vote

    Unfortunately not much of a range in my size

  • +2 votes

    Only 2 styles in Super Fitted

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    Is this online only?

    I'm assuming not as the site doesn't specify?

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    $30 isn't bad. IIRC the lowest it ever went was about $25-28 per shirt. 5 shirts is too many though when I already have several unopened ones from the last sale.

  • +1 vote

    Really disappointing that there's nothing but a bunch of ugly colours in my size. Hopefully CT has a sale coming up.

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    These shirts are awesome

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    yup, me too, only 1 shirt in my sixe/style… dont want 5 of the same

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    What size do people wear that you can't find anything…

    • +1 vote

      I think most people are looking for the non-iron shirts only. Some others also want a slimmer fit and/or button cuffs, which quickly narrows down the selection.

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    What are there sizing like? Currently 43 in ven husan!

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    Great shirts,

    I like the material even though i still need to get them tailored.

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    How do these shirts compare to Charles Tyrwhitt?

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      I find them pretty much exactly the same

    • +1 vote

      Similar quality, both great. CT has brass collar stays TML are flimsy plastic. CT has the best returns policy I've ever experienced from any company ever. I'm told with TML you pay international return postage. I find TML cut are a better fit for me personally. TML are a bit longer which is good for me but annoying for others.

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    I don’t get the free delivery, even with the discount code it’s still $149?!?!

    • +3 votes

      You need to spend over $150 for free delivery e.g. add two pairs of socks as camelthief suggests in one of the comments above.

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    I need to pop into stores like Myer one day and try out all the different brands of shirts and note down the best fit and size, so I'm prepared for these sorts of deals!
    I always have trouble finding good fitting shirts for my relative arm/neck/waist sizes.

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    Anyone suggest good cotton shirts for wide shoulders and easy ironing?

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    I don't think the code + free delivery over $150 works together. Didn't for me anyway. Probably better off with the free delivery as you are more likely to get the cashback tracking.

  • +2 votes

    I've recently moved to Uniqlo for business shirts, they have a super non iron version that comes in three basic colours, can't recommend enough!

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    Great deal and great shirts, unfortunately can't find 5 of them in my size but definitely recommend to try these for those on the fence!

  • +2 votes

    I popped into the store and there are loads to choose from- no $10 coupon though, but you get many options in formals and casuals

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    Whats the equivalent fit to Van Heusen Euro fit?

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    Having ordered a bunch of shirts from both TM Lewin and CT in the last couple of years I can safely say that CT blow the TM Lewin non-iron shirts out of the water. I'm not even sure how TM Lewin can call theirs non-iron.

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    Can anyone else comment on TM LEwin Vs CT? (Charles Tyrwhitt)

    In terms of quality

    Charles Tyrwhitt on sale at $39.95 so am wondering if its worth the price gap

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      I have both and I prefer TM over CT as I ride the Melbourne train everyday and sometimes you have to grab a handrail above you. For some reason it's very uncomfortable to do this in my CT shirts,it must have something to do with the shirt construction. Look for the TM shirts with the label 'two fold cotton' as they are a thicker material and feel much better quality.

      CT do give you brass collars stays but I prefer plastic as they are lighter and less likely to damage your collar say if you accidentally left it in the wash. You can buy spare collar stays on ebay for cheap.

      But overall but CT and TM make comparable quality shirts with the exception of two fold cotton shirts I think only TM makes.

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    I think the TM shirts are better quality when comparing to CT non iron. Feel slightly more durable and better quality. Saying that, the CT are ok but I prefer TM

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      interesting haha thats like the opposite of what Carleast said

      So now I am gonna have to buy from both and test lol

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        Yeh just differing opinions I suppose. I'd say the CT are in higher regard here on OzB, thats why I tried them. I just didnt find them as comfortable and slightly harder to iron than the TM (comparing both the non-iron range). Anyway just personal preference, you might have a different experience.

      • +1 vote

        If it’s any help I’m the opposite as well, my opinion is that the non iron TM are miles ahead of CT’s. I find that I don’t have to iron the TMs at all whereas my CTs are creased when out of the wash.

  • +1 vote

    I prefer TM for the quality of their shirt

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    Anyone know when this expires?

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    purchased 5 shirts on this deal last week, and was charged an International Transaction Fee by my creditcard bank (NAB). WTF. No where on the TMLewin.com.au website does it mention that all transactions will be done overseas and your bank or creditcard provider might charge a fee. I feel deceived.

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    Don't forget, if you don't want to pay the $10 delivery fee, there is free click and collect available on orders over $120