Free Marks & Spencers delivery to Australia, New Zealand, Canada & USA (save £15)
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Free Marks & Spencers delivery to Australia, New Zealand, Canada & USA (save £15)

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Found 29th Jul 2013
For a limited time only, M & S are offering free delivery to Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA.
There's no minimum spend, so whether you’re ordering for yourself or sending a gift to family or friends, now’s the perfect time to shop.

Saves £15 on delivery to Oz or NZ

help.marksandspencer.com/faq…-nz

have to spend £30 now for free delivery, but still worth it!

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Original Poster

I know they did this deal before Christmas, but noticed it has been repeated. Could not find it listed, sorry if a duplicate
Edited by: "mattgrant" 29th Jul 2013

Why the £7.50 in the title?

*Terms & conditions
Free delivery to Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the US applies online at marksandspencer.com only. Offer applies from 8 March 2013 for a limited time. M&S reserve the right to discontinue this offer at any time. Offer excludes orders placed on M&S Outlet online, 1-click orders, furniture, rugs, electrical items & lighting. Please check delivery terms and conditions online. Subject to availability. All products are sold on a Delivery Duty unpaid basis, so please be aware that recipients outside the EU may have to pay import duty or other taxes. Our local delivery partners may also charge fees for processing import duties. The following products are excluded from international delivery: Food, Wine, Flowers, Gift Cards, Hampers, Furniture, Electrical, Lighting, Made to Measure shirts, Personalised Cards and selected Beauty Products. See individual product details for more information.

Original Poster

Sorry not sure, posted in haste. ... Price removed

mattgrant

Sorry not sure, posted in haste. ... Price removed



I'm easily confused lol!! Heat added

Original Poster

cecilmcroberts

I'm easily confused lol!! Heat added

no worries, thanks for pointing out

order a dining table or something

Original Poster

N1K0LAI_DAN7E

order a dining table or something

lol indeed

What's the returns policy like?

Original Poster

N1K0LAI_DAN7E

order a dining table or something

no furniture:-( but think this is a nice item for some ex pats marksandspencer.com/Mar…r-3

Original Poster

Just ordered the bunting above and saves £15 according to the order:-)

How about a £1 pair of undercrackers?

Er, isn't this hotUKdeals?

Original Poster

buttondup

Er, isn't this hotUKdeals?

... if it saves someone money in the UK to send something abroad that is a saving?

Good old global warming

Original Poster

Mattio

Good old global warming

i get you but
For those wanting to send items or gifts abroad surely this is still a deal?

I still checked this site regularly when I lived in Canada- lots of places do free or cheap worldwide delivery, so don't presume all users on here are in the UK! I just sent this to my friend in Oz... thanks OP!

Why would any Australian shop at M&S??? Surely they have equivalent department stores over there ? That doesn't require products to be shipped 1000s of miles.

noticed in the small print:-
'All products are sold on a Delivery Duty unpaid basis, so please be aware that recipients outside the EU may have to pay import duty or other taxes'

yups that's a massive thing so don't forget to transfer money for them to pay fees too. no one wants to pay a huge amount to collect a present sent to them.

Do they have a tax free limit like we do?

just sent this to my friend in USA. she loves m&S! Thanks

tek-monkey

Do they have a tax free limit like we do?



Yes, but it's $1000 (£592) rather than £18; so that would cover a hell of a lot of underwear ...

isnt this meant to be kept at UK only? still a hot deal so voted hot, but yknow :P foreign deals usually get deleted

cache

isnt this meant to be kept at UK only? still a hot deal so voted hot, but … isnt this meant to be kept at UK only? still a hot deal so voted hot, but yknow :P foreign deals usually get deleted



This is a deal for UK customers to send items to the above countries for free. I don't see how there can be any confusion as to whether this is a valid deal or not.

And, many foreign deals do not get deleted (I'm thinking Amazon DE / FR deals) - all depends!

Hot.

i must have been confused cheers

dcx_badass

Australia doesn't even have an amazon, it's like the third world over … Australia doesn't even have an amazon, it's like the third world over there...



Third World :D:D They're the fifth richest nation in the world based on GDP per capita

The UK scrapes in at 23rd, Oz $67,723 USD pp, The UK is just over half that at $38,589 (_;)

I will not make use of this but for anyone with relations or friends abroad this is a great deal.

mattgrant

i get you butFor those wanting to send items or gifts abroad surely this … i get you butFor those wanting to send items or gifts abroad surely this is still a deal?

It's a great deal, and I would probably end up using it if I was away in one of those countries but it's just an affirmation of how we all have so much mileage on everything we buy (including food, clothes etc bought in the uk...)

Still hot but something we should all aim to live without

kiwikeen

Third World :D:D They're the fifth richest nation in the world based on … Third World :D:D They're the fifth richest nation in the world based on GDP per capita ;)The UK scrapes in at 23rd, Oz $67,723 USD pp, The UK is just over half that at $38,589 (_;)



By that logic, Qatar is richer than the USA and Japan is poorer than the isle of man.

Perhaps that is why they're in poverty, they deny it.

As a Brit and now an Aussie as well I can tell you that there are only a couple of stores similar to M&S here and they are a lot more expensive. Since we moved over in 2007 the dollar has appreciated approx 40% against the pound and so it makes much more sense to buy from the UK and the $1,000 import limit is very generous :-)
Regularly buy from the various EU Amazon sites and since they are exporting outside of Europe we don't pay any VAT which normally covers the shipping costs.

smellyonion

By that logic, Qatar is richer than the USA and Japan is poorer than the … By that logic, Qatar is richer than the USA and Japan is poorer than the isle of man.



Correct, although the Human Development Index probably relates more to the Third World comment.

Australia ranks second, just above the Yanks who are second, the UK is 26th, well below the Japanese who are 10th but above Qatar who are 36th.

smellyonion

Perhaps that is why they're in poverty, they deny it.



I don't understand what you are trying to say ??

Who is in poverty, certainly none of the places you've mentioned above, nor the UK or Australia.
Edited by: "kiwikeen" 30th Jul 2013

Added some heat, even with possible import tax these items will generally be a lot cheaper than what you can buy things for in Australia! (spoken as an Aussie in the UK!)

Not a hot UK deal.

smellyonion

By that logic, Qatar is richer than the USA and Japan is poorer than the … By that logic, Qatar is richer than the USA and Japan is poorer than the isle of man.

smellyonion

Perhaps that is why they're in poverty, they deny it.



Look, we can go into a whole debate regarding economics and defining wealth. HDI features many factors that are not directly involved in pure monetary wealth. GDP is an economic measure.
If you define wealth by the wealth of the state, then the government budget is 2x higher in the UK. If you define wealth by the citizen- average income, they are near identical but cost of living is significantly higher in Australia (apart from property prices). Giving the average UK citizen more disposable income.


My sentence which you are confused about is sarcasm.

smellyonion

Look, we can go into a whole debate regarding economics and defining … Look, we can go into a whole debate regarding economics and defining wealth. HDI features many factors that are not directly involved in pure monetary wealth. GDP is an economic measure.If you define wealth by the wealth of the state, then the government budget is 2x higher in the UK. If you define wealth by the citizen- average income, they are near identical but cost of living is significantly higher in Australia (apart from property prices). Giving the average UK citizen more disposable income.My sentence which you are confused about is sarcasm.



While the government budget in the UK is double that of Australia, it has nearly triple the population.

The net adjusted disposable household income in Australia is higher than in the UK, £18,906 vs £17,610.

Your sarcastic 'sentence' as written, is completely meaningless



Edited by: "kiwikeen" 30th Jul 2013

kiwikeen

While the government budget in the UK is double that of Australia, it has … While the government budget in the UK is double that of Australia, it has nearly triple the population.The net adjusted disposable household income in Australia is higher than in the UK, £18,906 vs £17,610.Your sarcastic 'sentence' as written, is completely meaningless



So your average Australian eats nothing, lives nowhere and buys nothing throughout their lives. The generic meaning of disposable income is income minus tax, which is what you are referring to.

I am referring to a truer sense of the word: Discretional income which is income minus tax and minus necessities. After you have fed your Australian, housed your Australian and put clothes on its back and paid the bills, the income left is substantially higher in the UK.
Here's a link for you:

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ome

Edited by: "smellyonion" 30th Jul 2013

qwerta369

Not a hot UK deal.


Yes it is. Read the thread, then you might understand.

Banned

Oink

noticed in the small print:-'All products are sold on a Delivery Duty … noticed in the small print:-'All products are sold on a Delivery Duty unpaid basis, so please be aware that recipients outside the EU may have to pay import duty or other taxes'



mrwhitelabel

yups that's a massive thing so don't forget to transfer money for them to … yups that's a massive thing so don't forget to transfer money for them to pay fees too. no one wants to pay a huge amount to collect a present sent to them.




AFAIK no duty on imports under $1000AUS, correct my if I'm wrong.

smellyonion

So your average Australian eats nothing, lives nowhere and buys nothing … So your average Australian eats nothing, lives nowhere and buys nothing throughout their lives. The generic meaning of disposable income is income minus tax, which is what you are referring to.I am referring to a truer sense of the word: Discretional income which is income minus tax and minus necessities. After you have fed your Australian, housed your Australian and put clothes on its back and paid the bills, the income left is substantially higher in the UK.Here's a link for you:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_per_capita_personal_income



the income left is substantially higher in the UK, I think you meant to say was higher

Ignoring the fact that the data and methodology you linked to is inherently flawed, the data was compiled from different countries in different years, 2001 through to 2009 X) then the PPP from 2005 was used across all calculations oO

Simply adjusting for the current exchange rate would skew the data you provided in favour of Australia.

XE 10 yr Currency Graph GB/AU

And in case you haven't noticed things haven't exactly been rosy in the UK since 2005, Australia on the other hand is still doing rather well, to put things into perspective Australia has had two negative quarters, totalling -1.2% the UK has endured 10 negative quarters one of which signalled a recession, only some dubious bookwork saved it from two, totalling -7.5%.

Current economic headlines in Aus are negative as the economy slows to .6% growth, Economic reports in the UK are favourable as the same figure, .6% growth, is reported.

I realise it's somewhat painful watching the rest of the world overtake, but unless the UK pulls finger in a major way we're going to have to get used to dropping down every relevant table as better countries outperform us in almost all areas.


Edited by: "kiwikeen" 30th Jul 2013

I live in Australia and no we don't have an equivalent shop to M and S so it is just great to be able to have things sent whether we have to pay postage or not.
It is so nice as an ex pat to be able to have familiar things from "home" . Just like when we are in uk my Aussie husband drools over anything Austrslian like Vegemite. Just human nature!
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