I went shopping today at lunchtime yesterday, something I rarely do. Equipped with a suitable discount voucher I bought a couple of shirts at TM Lewin;Cheaper and better quality than M&S.
Amazingly, these were on sale and I still got a discount. Apparently I have bought £65 shirts for only £22.50, quite some deal.
But Lewin's is one of those stores where there is always a sale. In fact my challenge is to find a sinlge person who has ever paid full price for a shirt there. Truly this retailer deserves to be in with Allied Carpets in the premier world of having permanent discount sales strategy.
I wonder how TM Lewin manages this within the confines of the trading standards act. Perhaps they have a small outpost in a regional airport or farming village where they neve have a sale?