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Marks & Spencer Celebrate Hamper was £75 now £25
Marks & Spencer Celebrate Hamper was £75 now £25

Marks & Spencer Celebrate Hamper was £75 now £25

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M&S have finally reduced the last of the hampers. Contents

Comes in a small wicker picnic basket
Basket dimensions: H24 x W51 x D31cm
Prestige cava brut (75cl)
Classic recipe holly bunch top-iced cake (907g)
Classic recipe Christmas pudding (454g)
Christmas conserve (340g)
Christmas tea (40 tea bags)
Christmas coffee (227g)
Christmas chutney (310g)
Brandy butter (195g)
Family biscuits for tea (500g)
Chocolate selection (400g)
Large chocolate coin (26g)
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9 Comments

Looks a good deal to me, don't understand the cold votes? The Cava, basket itself, tea and coffee alone would probably cost you that kind of money in M&S.

Will say it was horribly overpriced to begin with

I think the cold votes may be because it has been posted before (it's been £25 for a while I think)

I got this for the in laws for Christmas and I gotta say, the wicker basket has a major design flaw. The handle is on the side, not the top so when you put stuff in it, it will all tilt over when you carry it around. Could have been easily avoided if they put the handle in a proper place like on the hood but nope, well not for the one I purchased anyway.

I bought this after the previous post about it and I have to say it's good value and I think the basket is pretty nice.

£25 is about right for what you get - dont know why people think they're getting a superior quality product and would be willing to pay £75. Maybe the retailer has realised this and is selling for a more realistic price

Think £15 is about right, who really needs the basket and another xmas pud.

£25 is still way more than I would pay for Christmas Fayre in February.

£25 of stuff for £25, hardly a hot deal
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