Night Before Christmas Hamper was £25 now £12.50 delivered @ M&S - HotUKDeals
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This enchanting hamper has all your favourite Christmas treats. Presented in a beautiful gift box, it includes The Night before Christmas book, gingerbread man cookies, a Cookies for Santa ceramic plate and more
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#1
Still showing as £25? Is there a code or is this an instore offer only?
#2
Nice little set - but if you have the time you could probably put one together cheaper.
My friend picked up some Cookies for Santa plates from a £ shop the other day, you can buy the mini-santas from places like Tesco and obviously the items for snowman soup (hot choc, marshmallows etc) and you could select a cheap book of your choice.

I've put together an Xmas Eve hamper for our son, it has far more items in it than this and definitely hasn't cost 1/2 this much.

Won't vote either way as personally it's a bit expensive to me, depends on your circumstances I guess.
#3
fluffytoes
Still showing as £25? Is there a code or is this an instore offer only?


All of these offers show as 1/2 price at checkout.
#4
Oooohhhhh I wanted this the other day when I placed an order but it wasn't included in the half price offer! It is now and I just bagged myself one. Thanks op!
#5
Thanks - saw this is store and thought it looked lovely - but was not willing to pay full price, so this is fab...kids and hubby and grandad will love this..;)
#6
Nice but what a rip off @ £25 ridiculous price!
#7
Aaah yes I see the wee note now - silly me! This is a lovely wee set, wouldn't pay full price tho but £12.50 is good. Thanks :D
[mod]#8
Nice , thanks prettyprincess :)
#9
Quidco?
#10
12.50 is a ridiculous price
#11
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#12
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#14
anyone know wheres a good place to but the book on its own??
3 Likes #15
Lets charge twice as much then reduce by half to make it look like a good deal!

The UK public are fools.
#16
great deal,
Just ordered one

ho ho ho
#17
Just ordered one, discount was added at the checkout page..... but didnt see the post with 10% code until after I placed order.....My kids will love this
3 Likes #18
Where is the XMAS CHEER, if you add up the bits on their own they prob come to about £12.50. AND I do not think it is a waste of money. AND yes i bought it AND yes I LOVE XMAS TIME...prefer to get this and enjoy the kids faces then buy 2 drinks in a London pub!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[mod]#19
Please stick to comments on the deal guys.
5 Likes #20
I have made up some Christmas hampers filled with M&S biscuits, jams etc. Managed to get everything either half price or BOGOF and each hamper has around £12 worth of things in it. Got some lovely cellophane for free from my local florist to finish them off! Have made up 8 of these (all for lovely pensioners)

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1 Like #21
Great idea Bossy bet they'll love them :D usually do this for my mum too but it has to have some alcohol in too lol !!
1 Like #22
There great bossyboots, i often do hampers for my nan and grandads. They don't need any more "stuff" around the house so foody hampers are great :D

The deal just about worth £12.50 no more IMHO
#23
I would say the content value of my hampers is probably about £25 but because I have been picking up all the special offers, it means they all get more and I paid less! Plus they love the fact its been hand done!

Pensioners love M&S stuff - especially the biscuits and jams.
#24
Is anyone stupid enough to pay £25 for 3 cookies (worth about £2 from a supermarket tops) a book worth say £5 online some sweets and hot chocolate and a plate pfffffffft

Nice present but £12.50 is probably about right (I still wouldn't even pay that though)
#25
Thanks Op, well spotted ordered 1
#26
it says £25 on their website. How do you get it for £12.50?
#27
Rich44
Is anyone stupid enough to pay £25 for 3 cookies (worth about £2 from a supermarket tops) a book worth say £5 online some sweets and hot chocolate and a plate pfffffffft

Nice present but £12.50 is probably about right (I still wouldn't even pay that though)
Was thinking that myself lol, looks a ver poor hamper .
#28
piraats008
it says £25 on their website. How do you get it for £12.50?

the discount comes off at the checkout...
#29
Thanks, just ordered to be sent to my nieces.Also ordered the Celebrate Hamper to be delivered to my parents for £37.50 (today only) Thanks!
#30
themarrons
anyone know wheres a good place to but the book on its own??

M&S were selling the book on its own online as i bought it a couple of weeks ago but they dont seem to have it now. Probably have it instore if you live near an m&s

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