Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by NAMOR, May 12, 2011.
I was told 20% via a Brooks SA.
Yep. And they track alterations cost to make sure stores are not overcharging customers nor undercharging.
I just got back from one of the outlets, and it appears they have gotten rid of all the non-outlet stuff. Literally everything was made for outlet stuff. Normally I can find some nice sweaters or something.
I hope the 20% bonus isn't only in store, because there isn't a real store near me over Christmas.
Not uncommon for outlets when they're trying to move outlet merch before Christmas. Probably will come back once the holidays pass.
I just received a package from Brooks. In the package was the sale catalogue. It didn't mention anything about an additional discount on the 26th. Perhaps we won't know for sure until we check the web site on Monday.
Well, it should be the regular 15% at the least. I'd be surprised if they give an additional 20% discount.
I was thinking that exact same thing.
I've bought from BB before and any extra fees or exchange rates did not add up to that much, this was less than a month ago.
Does anyone know whether the Fitzgerald fit in sport coats is slimmer than the Regent fit? I am a 40 short in the Regent and considering another in the fitzgerald and am not sure about the sizing.
So there might be 20% off at Brooks Brothers Canada locations?
SA at the Toronto location was unsure what the boxing day discount is, but haven't matched US discounts in the past?
Also, Toronto location doesn't have much golden fleece in common sizes.
How is the selection of extra slim fit shirts at the Toronto location ? And the price of the shirts there? Do they also have milano chinos? Never been there but considering the drive for Boxing Day.
Do they put it back out for Boxing Day? I ask because this is one of my few times near an outlet, but I'm not near a store to take advantage of the normal Boxing Day sale.
Wait, Americans have Boxing Day?
not by much, almost identical but Fitz is a tad shorter imo. Fitz has typically center vent while Regent has sides...
next thing it'll be Americans celebrating the Queen's birthday public holiday
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