Champagne Flute £1.00 Free Click & Collect at M&S (other glasses too will add link)
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Champagne Flute £1.00 Free Click & Collect at M&S (other glasses too will add link)

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Found 26th Oct 2012
As their standard set of 4 is £9.00 not bad.

They also have wine glasses and tumblers at the same price Ill add the links.

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Original Poster

Edited by moderator: "* trimmed link" 27th Oct 2012

Thanks! Ordered 15 tumblers for our Spanish holiday home as the tenants break our glasses on a regular basis. (_;)

Banned

Wouldn't it be better getting plastic ones then if they keep getting broken

Perfect,we needed some new glasses so have ordered some

60p for champagne glasses in asda. Has been that price for a year now.

aberfal

Wouldn't it be better getting plastic ones then if they keep getting … Wouldn't it be better getting plastic ones then if they keep getting broken



I wouldn't rent an apartment with plastic 'glasses', although I imagine Magaluf/ Butlins types wouldn't notice the difference.

HelenaHandbasket

I wouldn't rent an apartment with plastic 'glasses', although I imagine … I wouldn't rent an apartment with plastic 'glasses', although I imagine Magaluf/ Butlins types wouldn't notice the difference.



How crass.... nothing but crystal chalices at my fois gras dinner parties darling...

They're 60p at asda. Cold.

I assume m+s glasses r better quality than asda!

missglamourous

I assume m+s glasses r better quality than asda!



lol what a cracking argument backed up with real logic....

sideysid

How crass.... nothing but crystal chalices at my fois gras dinner parties … How crass.... nothing but crystal chalices at my fois gras dinner parties darling...


sideysid

How crass.... nothing but crystal chalices at my fois gras dinner … How crass.... nothing but crystal chalices at my fois gras dinner parties darling...



You carry on with your plastic playset mate. Once you've grown out of Tommy Tippie, come back and speak to us.

It is difficult not to see the difference in quality of any M&S product over the majority of supermarkets. I don't regularly use M&S but it is far superior quality.

If you can't see that then you really do need...




Glasses.
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