£5 off £35 M&S food to order - can be used for personalised birthday cakes @ M&S
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£5 off £35 M&S food to order - can be used for personalised birthday cakes @ M&S

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Mmmmmmm&sss cheers chichi
Woah I could eat that cake right now
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Mmmmmm I won't share with Chanchi as I love cake
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Costco cakes are only about £12 and are lovely
Can I use the code for a collection in June?? (I'm very happy to buy that rainbow cake for my own 40th )
when i buy food at my local m&s, i often get given £5 off £35 spend voucher. must be my local drumming up business?
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lizbubbles59 m ago

Can I use the code for a collection in June?? (I'm very happy to buy that …Can I use the code for a collection in June?? (I'm very happy to buy that rainbow cake for my own 40th )



Just tested and could select a date upto 5th June
Chanchi3227th Mar

Just tested and could select a date upto 5th June


My birthday is end of June Thanks anyway!
Billy Bunter scoffing grub,dig in.
sledwich27th Mar

Costco cakes are only about £12 and are lovely


Personally I think they’re awful, they taste so synthetic
lizbubbles27th Mar

My birthday is end of June Thanks anyway!


Will it not keep till then??
Genuinely wouldn't know cause dont eat cake or anythin of the sort
UltimatePhoenix29th Mar

Will it not keep till then??Genuinely wouldn't know cause dont eat cake or …Will it not keep till then??Genuinely wouldn't know cause dont eat cake or anythin of the sort


I doubt it. I could just celebrate early
lizbubbles12 m ago

I doubt it. I could just celebrate early


How long does cake last??
Celebrate twice, the Queen does 😝
Chocolate caterpillar cake is £40!!! No thanks, I’ll buy one for a fiver and spend a couple of minutes ruining it with personalisation myself.
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P.S. Should this deal be under vouchers?
£5 cake will do.
tinazors29th Mar

Personally I think they’re awful, they taste so synthetic


Hahahaha beat me to it, we went round someone's gaff the other week and they had this rather impressive looking cake on the table that I eagerly accepted a slice of but it wasn't all that once I started tucking in to it, actually rather pony.

Out of basic courtesy and manners I ate it all and said it was "nice" when the hosts enquired what I thought to which he replied something along the lines of "you wouldn't expect to get such an amazing cake from Costco would you" hmmm enough said

I'd rather stick to Marks's or Waitrose when it comes to cakes if I'm honest.

Although to be fair some of the Coppenrath & Wiese cakes you get in the frozen food section of all supermarkets are surprisingly pleasant for smaller money.

Then again perhaps I was rather spoilt by having lots of their more premium lines whilst living in Germany and Austria, I'm not sure I've even bought any of their gear over here as they all seem to have available are little tiddly strüdels and choc gateaux
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