M&S Meal Deal - Main, Side,Dessert & Wine for £12 - offer runs 20/2/19 - 26/2/19
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M&S Meal Deal - Main, Side,Dessert & Wine for £12 - offer runs 20/2/19 - 26/2/19

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Found 20th Feb
A "Dine In at the Movies" Theme!! Main, Side, Dessert and Wine for £12 (Netflix subscription not included!)

Dine In at the movies (At home whilst watching a movie?!) for £12 Create your award-winning menu with our Dine In offer: choose a main, side, dessert and wine all for £12. Offer runs in store, 20-26 February 2019
Terms and conditions apply
Choose your Dine In at the movies menu at your M&S *Dine In is available in selected stores and products may vary by store. Vegetarian (V), Vegan and Made Without options available. See in store for details.

MAINS
The Pie Who Loved Me - Our Best Ever steak pie - Handcrafted with slow-cooked British beef, traditional gravy and all-butter pastry
Honey, I Shrunk the Rib - Slow-cooked BBQ pork rib racks With apple barbecue sauce
A Fish Called Wanda - Two sea bass fillets With kalamata olive butter
Jurassic Pork - Pork loin joint Ready to roast, with smoked bacon jus
Meat The Parents - Two chimichurri beef steaks British beef steaks marinated in coriander, garlic, parsley and chilli
The Italian Job - King prawn bucatini Italian pasta with marinated prawns and a kick of chilli dressing, finished with sweet Santarella tomatoes
Chicken Run - Gastropub chicken in red wine Chicken breast with a red wine sauce, bacon crumb and mushrooms
Meatless in Seattle - Gastropub roasted aubergine, tomato and mozzarella bake (V)
Marinated aubergine with a tomato sauce, mozzarella shavings and tomatoes
Viva Las Vegan - Roasted mushroom stroganoff (Vegan) With cauliflower rice

SIDES
Chunky chips (V)
Rosemary potatoes (V) - With rosemary, parsley and roasted garlic
Minted new potatoes - With butter, chives, parsley and mint
Four Stonebaked garlic breads (V) - With aromatic garlic and parsley butter
Boston beans (V)
Carrot and swede crush (V) - With butter and seasonings
Quick-roast courgettes, butternut squash and peppers with red onions (V)
Truffled cauliflower cheese (V) - In a cheddar cheese and truffle sauce, topped with a cheese, mushroom and chive ciabatta crumb
Asparagus (V)
Ultimate potato mash (V) - With cream and butter



DESSERTS
New York vanilla cheescake slices (V) - creamy baked Madagascan vanilla cheesecake on a digestive biscuit base
Profiterole stack (V) - Delicate choux pastries filled with fresh cream and layered with rich chocolate sauce
Strawberry jelly trifle (V) - Strawberries in strawberry jelly layered with sponge, creamy custard and whipped cream
Sticky toffee pudding (V) - All-butter and date sponge drenched with a sticky toffee sauce
Fruity fiesta (V) - Pineapple, melon, grapes and kiwi fruit
Cheese selection (V) - Tangy Blacksticks Blue, delicate Farmhouse Red Leicester, and creamy Lancashire
Bramley apple pie (V) - Sweet and tangy Bramley apple slices baked in light puff pastry

WINES AND DRINKS A selection of wines and soft drinks

*Terms and conditions
  • Menu correct at time of publishing. Offer runs from Wednesday 20 to Tuesday 26 February 2019 in selected stores in the UK.
  • Subject to availability. See in store for details.
  • Choose a main, side, dessert and wine for £12.
  • Excludes Channel Islands, overseas stores, M&S Outlet stores and Simply Food stores at BP Connect, railways, motorway services, hospitals and airports.
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16 Comments
At The Movies ????….Marketing over value for money
How is this any different to the Dine in for £10 they used to run, apart from being £2 more expensive?:/
Jurassic Pork!? Ding dong
fedex140148 m ago

How is this any different to the Dine in for £10 they used to run, apart …How is this any different to the Dine in for £10 they used to run, apart from being £2 more expensive?:/


Not happy about this change
fedex14011 h, 0 m ago

How is this any different to the Dine in for £10 they used to run, apart …How is this any different to the Dine in for £10 they used to run, apart from being £2 more expensive?:/



The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion sizes shrink.
Thoughtful2 h, 11 m ago

The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion …The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion sizes shrink.


Or both
And quality.
These meal deals are so disappointing.
You get what you pay for...
Thoughtful7 h, 32 m ago

The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion …The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion sizes shrink.


Maybe that’s why one of the dishes is named “Honey I Shrunk The Ribs”?
Thoughtful7 h, 36 m ago

The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion …The inevitability that prices unfortunately rise over time - or portion sizes shrink.


At 20% at a time? Unless there was a significant improvement in some element of the deal, I would say it was a rip-off, not just any rip-off, but an extortionate, ridiculous M&S rip-off!:D
I haven't seen the whole chicken in recent deals. These would have been good value at even £12 if you could still get the whole chicken ( The chicken itself would have been worth around £6 ) .

Voted hot as this deal would help someone else but its not for me..:-(

PS: For those who don't know the Oakham chicken is just a marketing name for M&S chicken.
But the welfare standards are better than standard supermarket chicken.
Edited by: "ukdoctor" 20th Feb
So no rotisserie chicken?
fedex140119 h, 31 m ago

At 20% at a time? Unless there was a significant improvement in some …At 20% at a time? Unless there was a significant improvement in some element of the deal, I would say it was a rip-off, not just any rip-off, but an extortionate, ridiculous M&S rip-off!:D


Should they increase the price by 1p every week instead?
fightoffyour4 h, 56 m ago

Should they increase the price by 1p every week instead?


They should improve the quality in line with whatever increase in price they want, but it seems that in this instance they haven’t. If everything you bought suddenly increased in price by 20% and you got nothing more to show for it, would you find that acceptable?:/
fedex140130 m ago

They should improve the quality in line with whatever increase in price …They should improve the quality in line with whatever increase in price they want, but it seems that in this instance they haven’t. If everything you bought suddenly increased in price by 20% and you got nothing more to show for it, would you find that acceptable?:/



To be fair they did hold the price at £10 for an awful long time, it was probably costing them money by the end of it, an £11 meal deal then a £12 one wouldn't have been right either.
They did try to end this deal, but shoppers demand made them reinstate it, so I guess it's the market making the decision at the end of the day.
Thoughtful2 h, 51 m ago

To be fair they did hold the price at £10 for an awful long time, it was …To be fair they did hold the price at £10 for an awful long time, it was probably costing them money by the end of it, an £11 meal deal then a £12 one wouldn't have been right either.They did try to end this deal, but shoppers demand made them reinstate it, so I guess it's the market making the decision at the end of the day.


Rest assured it wouldn’t have been costing M&S any more. That burden would probably have been laid at the suppliers doors.:{
Cheltenham town centre store was still full of stock today on the final day of the deal - can't have been popular
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