The flagship branch of TK Maxx at Charing Cross offers four floors of bargains to search through, and an estimated 5,500 pairs of shoes for sale! There are daily deliveries of new stock, so one visit is never enough.
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Venue Details & Map
120-124 Charing Cross RoadLeicester SquareLondonWC2H 0JR
- +44 (0)20 7240 2042
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Good selection of the gold labels - I found that going on Wednesdays are the best days to score a decent find. They also always have a rack of summer dresses priced under £15 and also another rack of light jackets and cardigans so it's always fun to pair some outfits together with good value.more
I love a bargain and I love variety! TK Maxx satisfy those two requirements...
Yea most of the time it feels like a jumble sale but when you find that perfect piece at a bargain price you know it was worth all the agony of getting it!
If you are like me who love great designers, love a bargain and don't mind fighting for it you will love TK Maxx!more
Not a great, or even good TK Maxx. They took over the location from Borders and did little to change the store layout and the layout just does't work well for the offerings. This location is almost always trashed (and I am aware that most all TK Maxx stores get messy). The service is iffy, and the security presence is heavy - bordering on off-putting.more
I really wanted to adore this TK Maxx. They fill a very specific niche for me: designer clothes at [somewhat more] reasonable prices and an eclectic collection of surprisingly-useful home goods. When I moved house and needed some plates, the first thing I looked for was the nearest TK Maxx stores. The TK Maxx on High Street Kensington let me down by (gasp) not having any home goods at all, but...more
Four floors of bargain shopping - basement is a world of shoes, ground floor women, second floor bags lingerie and home, while third floor is for men (never went up there).
I love a good bargain, however, I'd wish that TKMaxx had a bit classier way of displaying their products. It's a bit too H&M and less Hermes. But maybe that is the essence of bargain shopping.
There are some good deals to...more