M & S Deal of the Day ..Christmas Fayre Hamper Half Price Inc Del using  Code 15OFFMNS
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M & S Deal of the Day ..Christmas Fayre Hamper Half Price Inc Del using Code 15OFFMNS

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Found 19th Oct 2011
Marks & Spencers Deal of the Day is a Christmas Fayre Hamper valued at £45....Deal is £29 ...but if you use the 15% off code ...15OFFMNS , the price inc Delivery works out at £22.25.... Includes Gift Box, so might make a great Present for Mum, Grandparents, Aunts etc......

I know some might still think not worth it & vote cold , but M & S Hampers ..no matter if they are small are always appreciated!

Bluff Hill Sparkling Wine (20cl)
Collection gift Christmas cake (460g)
Collection Perfectly Matured Christmas Pudding (100g)
Chocolate Pearl Collection (100g)
Belgian Milk Chocolate Florentines (150g)
Presented in a gift box

PS Don't forget Quidco
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I often give my parents a hamper, but I make it up myself. That way, they get reasonably priced (and some homemade) food that they actually like and will use.
For the retailer involved and the discount available, it's a good deal. If it's for YOU, the original poster has highlighted how you can get a really good discount for it.

Unfortunately we always have individuals like the one above who tell us that they can put together something together that is more appealing and suitable, according to their own tastes.

OK, 6 tins of aldi beans, a bottle of wine for £3, a tin of spam. Don't forget some corned beef, a six pack of quavers and a bar of delicious cooking chocolate. Might even squeeze a box wine gums to finish it off.

Bootiful.
Would make a lovely gift. Heat added.
yanzui

For the retailer involved and the discount available, it's a good deal. … For the retailer involved and the discount available, it's a good deal. If it's for YOU, the original poster has highlighted how you can get a really good discount for it.Unfortunately we always have individuals like the one above who tell us that they can put together something together that is more appealing and suitable, according to their own tastes.OK, 6 tins of aldi beans, a bottle of wine for £3, a tin of spam. Don't forget some corned beef, a six pack of quavers and a bar of delicious cooking chocolate. Might even squeeze a box wine gums to finish it off.Bootiful.



Actually, you can go round a decent deli and pick up some decent food for much cheaper than this that the recipient might actually want.

It is gift boxed, so if it is for you then you are paying for the box. Of course, you could re-use it (by filling with other food and giving that away).

If it is for a present, then the person receiving it will have probably already got their cake, pudding, chocolates, etc by the time they get it, so they will end up with two cakes, two puddings etc.

With a little planning, you can get them stuff that they like - eg decent crackers, maybe a cheese or two, wine that they like, which will last until after christmas and not look like they are using up unwanted / unused / cheap from the sales christmas cake in January.
ordered thanks, a great gift
gren05

Actually, you can go round a decent deli and pick up some decent food for … Actually, you can go round a decent deli and pick up some decent food for much cheaper than this that the recipient might actually want. It is gift boxed, so if it is for you then you are paying for the box. Of course, you could re-use it (by filling with other food and giving that away).If it is for a present, then the person receiving it will have probably already got their cake, pudding, chocolates, etc by the time they get it, so they will end up with two cakes, two puddings etc.With a little planning, you can get them stuff that they like - eg decent crackers, maybe a cheese or two, wine that they like, which will last until after christmas and not look like they are using up unwanted / unused / cheap from the sales christmas cake in January.



Comments accaepted ...but not everyone has the time!!
The size of the bottle of wine kind of gives away how small this is.

20cl bottle.

The cake , chocs and everything else are therefore also "miniture".

Would expect more for £22 even from m&s.
Heat added from me. Great deal thanks
There is NO way a 20cl bottle of standard supermarket sparkling wine plus a christmas cake, christmas pudding and couple of small boxes of chocs comes to the original price of £45 or anywhere close..who are they trying to kid. That lot could be put together - of similar quality for less than £20
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