Save up to 20% at Austin Reed with this Voucher Code Discount Promo
Serving members can save a generous 20% on all merchandise purchased in-store with a valid ID.
Everyone else can save 10% online, if they are a new customer, 0r £25 off on a £200 spend with this voucher code
Be sure to check out the Austin Reeds Sale page on their web site for more great discounts.
Thank you all for your service and sacrifice!
To claim your 20% military discount in-store please show a valid ID card at the till.
Click the 'Fine Print' tab to see which IDs are valid.
Austin Reed was founded in 1900 as the first menswear retailer to make ready-to-wear clothes with the same quality as the made-to-measure tailors.
They have provided suites and clothing for the famous throughout history including Winston Churchill during World War II, The Beatles in the 1960’s, and Queen Elizabeth and the Royal Family.
A visit to their 20,000 square foot flagship store at 100 Regent Street in London reveals two floors of ready-to-wear tailoring, a well appointed 60 foot wall of shirts, Bespoke suiting, and Q Hirewear.
In addition to their Men’s suits and casual wear they launched a Women’s line in the 1970’s. Their women’s line includes dresses, quality suits and knitwear.
They also offer quality accessories including shoes, handbags, cufflinks, and more.
Austin Reed is a partner with Walking with the Wounded (WWTW), which supports programs for wounded service personnel, to train them in the skills and qualifications to find long-term employment. Austin Reed helps support WWTW by partnering in fundraising events including donating money from the sale of specially designed accessories.
In addition to this work they are committed to minimizing the negative impact left on the environment. By partnering with Sedex to help ensure they minimize waste within the company and using alternatives to products created through the inhumane and cruel treatment of animals.
Valid cards include Military and Dependants ID cards, Membership Cards for the Army Navy Club, Forces Reunited, REME Association, British Veterans, Royal British Legion and associated clubs.