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Toast discount code?

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MintyChops Mon 12-Sep-16 11:46:43

ProjectGainsborough was kind enough to help me find the Boden discount code recently and I have tried the same search for a Toast discount but no luck.... Could anyone help? Thank you.

HalfStar Mon 12-Sep-16 12:03:31

just watching in case one magically appears...

rightknockered Mon 12-Sep-16 12:06:44

They very rarely have them. Usually just before the winter stock comes in I think

cardoon Mon 12-Sep-16 19:25:05

Not much help really but I got a 20% off code in February

PinkGeranium Mon 12-Sep-16 19:31:11

Love Taost, don't have a code. What are you buying?
Sorry nosey and unhelpful.

TheLittlestBear Mon 12-Sep-16 19:59:49

Toast don't do discounts. I have a friend who works there, and they target rich people who don't think twice about spending. I've heard storied of people going into the shop and spending over £1000 a time.. Best bet is one of their sale rooms. Lots of bargains!!

TheLittlestBear Mon 12-Sep-16 20:00:31

What are you buying? I want a pair of their jeans smile But they are over £100... sad

balkanscot Mon 12-Sep-16 20:02:45

TheLittlestBear, so true! My MIL is their spot-on target - she always buys tons of their stuff every season and doesn't blink an eye at spending several hundred £££'s in one go. Me, on the other hand… sad

AwkwardSquad Mon 12-Sep-16 20:41:12

There was a discount code via the mail out last month but none this month. Had a conversation with a shop assistant about codes last week.

MintyChops Tue 13-Sep-16 13:57:29

I have ordered this coat and this jumper. I'll let you know what they are like!

HalfStar Tue 13-Sep-16 14:12:17

Beautiful choices envy

TheLittlestBear Tue 13-Sep-16 15:18:24

waahhhh. lifes not fair

MintyChops Tue 13-Sep-16 17:41:53

I know, I am very lucky to have a generous MIL and GMIL who both sent me money for my birthday. I am hoping for a cold, dry winter so ai can wear them every single day!

MintyChops Wed 14-Sep-16 18:57:10

They arrived today - the jumper is gorgeous, soft, cosy and flattering. I would have it in every colour and more! The coat is already on its way back, it is harsh, itchy wool and the pockets make it hang strangely.....

FrancesFarmer Wed 14-Sep-16 19:42:25

Is the sizing of the jumper accurate? I've found Toast sizing very generous in the past and it's put me off ordering.

neveradullmoment99 Wed 14-Sep-16 21:35:04

I love a lot of Toast things but they are ridiculous prices. Nearly £200 for a cropped pair of jeans is way too much imo. I bought the dungarees last month which i love and have already worn them quite a bit. I have also bought their fine knit long sleeved top which was £65 but was so beautiful i couldn't bring myself to return it. I think there winter stuff is way better than their summer. I am hanging out for the sales!

MintyChops Sat 17-Sep-16 11:35:22

Frances they call it easy fit so it is meant to be loose. I am fat so it is a bit more fitted on me.... I buy heir XL or 18 but in fact <<whispers>> I am a 20....

MintyChops Sat 17-Sep-16 11:36:22

never I totally agree, Autumn/winter stuff much better.

nilbyname Sat 17-Sep-16 11:39:16

There is a toast outlet near me and I got an amazing coat there last year for £60 I think, would have been £300 in the shop! shock

I love it- their branding is so good, I want to live in their catalogue.

MintyChops Mon 19-Sep-16 08:11:26

Look! A small sale

FrannySalinger Wed 21-Sep-16 06:23:56

I am on the mailing list for their 'archive sale', happens once a year I think, which is fantastic. Knits for £15, trousers for £10 etc. No idea how I ended up in it though <not helpful> But I'm not sure that I've ever had a discount code..

neveradullmoment99 Wed 21-Sep-16 18:02:21

They are so tight for discount codes. Shame really as i would buy more things if i felt i was getting something off. I have had, on occasion, a 10% code but it usually has come through with one of their catalogues. They are really like gold dust.

ShmooBooMoo Sat 01-Oct-16 18:05:00

Hoping one might be doing the rounds? Thanks!

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