Ted Baker opened it’s first store in Glasgow back in 1988, named after the founder’s alter-ego, Ted Baker was styled as an “intrepid aviator, an all-round sportsman and the consort of princesses and Hollywood beauties”. What’s not to like?
As a high-end brand, Ted is known for fabulous quality (the Endurance range of formal shirts has a particular following from those who value comfort, quality and style and their range of pea-coats are worth every penny!!) and since 1995 Ted has also produced quality womenswear.
In common with many luxury brands, Ted Baker’s stores have been impacted by the pandemic, however this brand has fared much better than most with a continuing strong presence within city centres and key towns and a well-developed website offering with speedy delivery.
Where can I check my Ted Baker Gift Card Balance?
You can check the balance on your Ted Baker Gift Card (including e-gifts) easily online using their online balance checker – click here to access it on the official Ted Baker site.
Arcadia Administration: On 30th November 2020 Arcadia Group, owners of Burton, announced that the business is entering administration. Please note that the business is continuing to trade online and in-store (subject to local Covid 19 restrictions) and that gift cards are still being accepted. You can check your Burton gift card balance online by clicking here.
Where can I check my Burton store gift card balance?
You will need the 16 digit card number printed on the back of the card and it’s PIN number. If you have a Burton e-gift card, both the card number and PIN are printed on the e-gift PDF you will have received.
Burton was founded by Montague Burton in 1903. As supplier of suits to demobilised servicemen after the war, the phrase “The Full Monty” is thought to be a reference to the store. Burton continues to offer a military discount of 10%. Post-war stores were architecturally significant, beautiful buildings in central high street locations. It was typical for Burton stores to have a snooker club above the store – some clubs survive to this day. Many of the stores still have foundation stones laid by Montague’s children. Burton is now part of the Arcadia group – Burton has over 400 stores and a huge online presence. Burton supplies fashionable suits, footwear, work and casual wear aimed at the younger market. If you haven’t signed up for their newsletter do – you’ll get 15% off your next order!