TK Maxx

TK Maxx, Charing Cross Road
3 out of 5 Based on 10 reviews


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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120-124 Charing Cross Road, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 0JR

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+44 (0)20 7240 2042

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TK Maxx

120-124 Charing Cross Road
Leicester Square
+44 (0)20 7240 2042
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Tottenham Court Road, Underground


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3 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of TK Maxx

3.0 out of 5 4 April 2014
by Maima M.

There are so many this to buy !! I always run to the gold label cause you never know what you might find.more

2.0 out of 5 31 March 2014
by Laura Kate S.

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

2.0 out of 5 11 October 2013
by Kai M.

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

1.0 out of 5 26 August 2012
by Jennie C.

Maybe I don't get the humor, but I was trying to return a mug that was still in its wrapping paper, and the customer service agent asked me with a smile,

"How many times have you used it?"

Being in customer service, that comment would have gotten me fired.

Once again, not sure what the humor is it in that, but it came off a little bit accusatory, that's all.more

3.0 out of 5 28 July 2010
by Yee Gan O.

Who said recession is bad for business? As some businesses are failing, this is presenting opportunities for others to take advantage, especially at the bargain end of the market.

TK Maxx has opened on the sites of a few failures. This Charing Cross location used to Books Etc, part of the Borders family but the UK arm of the business collapsed last year. TK Maxx took advantage to open its new...more