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M&S Beauty calendar available 10th November £35 with a £35 spend on clothing, home or beauty
M&S  Beauty calendar available 10th November £35 with a £35 spend on clothing, home or beauty

M&S Beauty calendar available 10th November £35 with a £35 spend on clothing, home or beauty

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A great deal for beauty product lovers available 10th November and while stocks last! Over £250 worth of products for £35 can't be bad - if you are already buying from other departments may be worth waiting for this offer next week.....

Marks and Spencer Beauty Advent Calendar

ADVENT CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS
Filled with 25 beauty treats
– from deluxe travel minis to full-size favourites – discover more below but these are a selection as there are 25 products in total – available on line and in store.
Philip Kingsley Elasticizer
Transform tresses with this wonder-working hair fixer
Shay & Blue Fragrance
Add a feminine finishing touch with this luxurious fragrance
Rosie For Autograph Lip Glossy
This jelly-soft gloss cocoons your lips in brilliant colour and shine
Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm
A spa in a jar, this luxe cleanser doubles as a pampering face mask
Alpha-H Liquid Gold
Treat skin to an overnight facial with this cult beauty phenomenon
Formula Ultimate Sleep Cream
This night cream mimics the look of eight hours beauty sleep
Eyeko Skinny Liquid Eyeliner
Wing the perfect flick with this easy-to-use liquid eyeliner
Pixi Brow Tamer
Define and shape your look with this brow beautifier and tamer
Ren Evercalm Day Cream
Nurture, soothe and protect winter skin with this moisturiser
Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse
Give a goddess-glow to your face, body and hair with this iconic dry oil
Hope it helps someone!

16 Comments

Wow

Looks good<3
Buy £35 of clothes and then get the advent calendar for £35 and then return the clothes you don't want;)

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nerfdad

Looks good


Shh.... they might get wise to that!! lol!

scoffer1

Shh.... they might get wise to that!! lol!



I won't tell anyoneX) it will be our secret
Edited by: "nerfdad" 3rd Nov 2016

can you buy it just as a calendar and not with any clothes?

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Wadeybabey

can you buy it just as a calendar and not with any clothes?



You have to buy home, beauty or clothing to the value of at least £35 - cab be combined with 3 for 2 offers (and shh - see nerfdadscomment above!!)

scoffer1

You have to buy home, beauty or clothing to the value of at least £35 - … You have to buy home, beauty or clothing to the value of at least £35 - cab be combined with 3 for 2 offers (and shh - see nerfdadscomment above!!)



They said that with the summer one, didn't they? Then suddenly said you could buy just the set- they went really quickly though then

I'm certain if you were to return the clothes they would want the calendar back as well,
If you have got stuff to the value of £35 and a calendar and you ask for a refund theyre going to want everything that is on the receipt not just part of it
Edited by: "bellajjoy" 3rd Nov 2016

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bellajjoy

I'm certain if you were to return the clothes they would want the … I'm certain if you were to return the clothes they would want the calendar back as well, If you have got stuff to the value of £35 and a calendar and you ask for a refund theyre going to want everything that is on the receipt not just part of it


They didn't last but I am sure if lots of people take back just to get the deal they will get wise and it may stop them offering deals like this in the future.

Aww I'm disappointed in this post- I don't want to be rude but isn't this just the normal price and terms you have to abide by in order to buy the product? It's been advertised for months in all the beauty blogs at this price......Wouldn't an actual deal be if it could be bought for less than the the rrp of £35 for calendar and/or the £35 spend in-store on home, beauty and clothing? So if it could be bought for less than £70 in total?

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little_deal_minx

Aww I'm disappointed in this post- I don't want to be rude but isn't this … Aww I'm disappointed in this post- I don't want to be rude but isn't this just the normal price and terms you have to abide by in order to buy the product? It's been advertised for months in all the beauty blogs at this price......Wouldn't an actual deal be if it could be bought for less than the the rrp of £35 for calendar and/or the £35 spend in-store on home, beauty and clothing? So if it could be bought for less than £70 in total?


Not rude at all - a valid opinion- but the deal is that the value of products in the offer are worth £250 - so quite a lot of products for £35 but only worth getting if you were spending £35 on items from home, beauty or clothing anyway... appreciate it isn't for everyone though but hopefully some people may find it useful. I bought a summer beauty box and thought it really good value with lots of useful, quality products so hopefully this calendar will be the same as I will be buying one next week.


Edited by: "scoffer1" 3rd Nov 2016

juggler1

They said that with the summer one, didn't they? Then suddenly said you … They said that with the summer one, didn't they? Then suddenly said you could buy just the set- they went really quickly though then



​Absolutely the summer box. But it was for £10 with a £50 spend.

eternal321

​Absolutely the summer box. But it was for £10 with a £50 spend.



​Absolutely loved*

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eternal321

​Absolutely loved*


Me too! I bought two - and the value of products was apparently £120 so would have to say probably a better deal than this one - but still looking forward to getting one next week!

Having just ordered this, I can tell you that you don't have to spend £70 . I added the calendar and then sale/offer items that would've been £35 at full price. So, in fact I spent £17.50 on beauty items and £35 for the advent calendar, so £52.50 total. If you can find beauty or clothing for more than 50% off, you may be able to save more, especially with the 3 for 2 items! HTH.

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monkey_whiskers

Having just ordered this, I can tell you that you don't have to spend £70 … Having just ordered this, I can tell you that you don't have to spend £70 . I added the calendar and then sale/offer items that would've been £35 at full price. So, in fact I spent £17.50 on beauty items and £35 for the advent calendar, so £52.50 total. If you can find beauty or clothing for more than 50% off, you may be able to save more, especially with the 3 for 2 items! HTH.



I was in store today and one of the assistants pointed that out - another said to buy them soon as the calendars do sell out quickly.
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