M&S FREE DELIVERY TO AUSTRALIA, NZ, USA AND CANADA
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M&S FREE DELIVERY TO AUSTRALIA, NZ, USA AND CANADA

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Found 4th Sep 2014
Superb Deal, No minimum spend required and free delivery to countries specified above.....

Just to send a gift from any other courier costs you more than £20 and here its absolutely free....

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Thank you so much. This is smashing. Lots of people have family overseas and this is ideal. Thanks for sharing.

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.

asos and a few other places did this but there were a lot of complaints because of the high tax fees, and processing fees.

Edited by: "sunkissed" 4th Sep 2014

Bizarre. They won't do free delivery within the UK (unless you spend a certain amount), but they'll ship to the other side of the planet for free?

Can't send food, wine, flowers, hampers etc. most gift stuff

Doods1875

Bizarre. They won't do free delivery within the UK (unless you spend a … Bizarre. They won't do free delivery within the UK (unless you spend a certain amount), but they'll ship to the other side of the planet for free?



I'm guessing they're saving the 20% VAT by not arranging any of the processing or duty costs abroad, which is used for the postage cost.

John Lewis are doing free delivery to USA and Canada on £100+ spend using codes USAFREE or CANADAFREE at checkout (£25 saving) - ends 14th September

johnlewis.com/cus…ery

Spendaholic247

Can't send food, wine, flowers, hampers etc. most gift stuff



WHY would you want to send food to australia? or flowers, when you can use Interflora, instead of sending flowers half way round the world? Hampers are a rip off. To me, gift stuff is toiletries, beauty stuff, costume jewellery, handbags, purses, wallets, clothing etc.

therealslimkaty

WHY would you want to send food to australia? or flowers, when you can … WHY would you want to send food to australia? or flowers, when you can use Interflora, instead of sending flowers half way round the world?


More pertinently, most food, flowers etc is not allowed into Australia because of the quarantine laws, you'd need a special import permit.

So really this is just avoiding you having your gift impounded and destroyed at the border.

they probably have stores over in those countries and they do free delivery.

so will be delivered from their foreign branches, and they save taxes and can charge rip off Britain charges to us for the privilege.


makes a lot of sense.

I used this last year but got caught out with import taxes so be aware

I sent some daffodils to a relative in Australia once and they were stopped from entering as they didn't have the correct paperwork

anthony69

I sent some daffodils to a relative in Australia once and they were … I sent some daffodils to a relative in Australia once and they were stopped from entering as they didn't have the correct paperwork



my daffodils have a passport

Great deal but yes frustrating food and toiletries are excluded - If you want to use this for Christmas suggest you order early as there were lots of comments on here last year with people complaining the deliveries quoted a pre Christmas arrival date but arrived late.

So now it's cheaper to have your holiday clothes delivered to your holiday destination than take a suitcase!

$1,000 threshold for duty charges for Oz so no worries. No stores here as yet but some planned.
Been here 7 years but still buy most clothes, bedding, etc from M&S.

Many thanks for sharing this have just sent a little gift to my brother in Oz.

I have just 'had' to spend £48 to get free delivery on my £2 wine cooler for delivery to Cornwall!?!! oO

Brother had to cough up $60 canadian for my M&S "gift" of £80 of baby clothes, guess what i wont be doing again.
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