Sparks members at M&S - Check your account for £5 off food when you spend £25
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Sparks members at M&S - Check your account for £5 off food when you spend £25

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Found 11th May
Check your Sparks card if you are shopping in M&S food halls - bonus offer of £5 off a £25 spend on mine and my daughters - other relative had the offer for a £35 spend so account specific - single use to be used within 6 days but does need to be loaded to card by clicking on link on your sparks account. Hope it helps someone!

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Just checked on line and mine was waiting for me to click on so, thanks for highlighting this!

Perfect timing. Thanks.

Thanks for this.

On my a/c too. Thanks for encouraging me to check it! Pity it excludes wine, though

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sjs31

On my a/c too. Thanks for encouraging me to check it! Pity it excludes … On my a/c too. Thanks for encouraging me to check it! Pity it excludes wine, though


Agree - it has always worked with the dine in wine - no doubt because the wine is "free".

Can we use this offer to buy groceries with M&S or it has to be only cooked food?

I mean can I use this offer to buy fresh meat, fruits and vegetables?

kingpete

I mean can I use this offer to buy fresh meat, fruits and vegetables?


You can, its food & flowers instore.

thanks

mine is £5 off £45

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phatbear

mine is £5 off £45


Not such a good deal - think it's all to do with spending pattern - seems the more you spend usually the more they expect you to spend to get the offer! My daughter and I both have cards so share the use to maximise the benefits!
Edited by: "scoffer1" 11th May

5 off 35 for me

phatbear

mine is £5 off £45


Mine too...still I was going anyway today

Go to the stores about 18.30ish. If they're anything like ours, they mark all that day's expiring food down to silly prices. Had two beef wellingtons, a Oakham chicken, and four crispbakes for less than a fiver this week. Pop in freezer, eat like kings at less than Aldi prices. Try it.

annemcgraw16

You can, its food & flowers instore.



Thank you

thanks for the heads up

There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do you normally buy there, I kind of feel the prices are too high for what they sell?

ella123

There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do … There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do you normally buy there, I kind of feel the prices are too high for what they sell?



Prices can be a bit more expensive but the quality is far better.

On everyday items like bread, ketchup etc I find M&S are no more expensive than Morrisons or Tescos

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ella123

There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do … There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do you normally buy there, I kind of feel the prices are too high for what they sell?


Bread, cheese, fruit, veg, meat,, fish, jams, chutneys, ready meals for when we want a quick meal - often they have multi-buy offers and as already said I don't think they are any more expensive than Tesco, Morrisons or Sainsburys and the quality is good - also no problems if you do ever have cause to complain.

I got £5 off £50 spend hoping to use it next Wednesday if the Meal Deal comes on again and get a few of them for the freezer and stock up on the 3 for £10 meat deal too, I love the chicken flatties with a jacket potato and salad :).

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kooks65

I got £5 off £50 spend hoping to use it next Wednesday if the Meal Deal c … I got £5 off £50 spend hoping to use it next Wednesday if the Meal Deal comes on again and get a few of them for the freezer and stock up on the 3 for £10 meat deal too, I love the chicken flatties with a jacket potato and salad :).


Good idea - must be ready for a wine meal deal!

Banned

I got this earlier and I'm tempted to pop out now

5 off 35 for me

Thanks £5 off £25.

I claimed mine..does this come off automatically at the till if you use your sparks card?

alexchegwin

I claimed mine..does this come off automatically at the till if you use … I claimed mine..does this come off automatically at the till if you use your sparks card?


Yes, make sure you've clicked the claim box online and just hand your card over at the till and it will be deducted

£5 off £25 for me

Thanks, got it.

Had the same offer, but tbh it still doesn't make it worth shopping there. I was a regular at M&S food halls for many years but found the quality heading in the opposite direction to their prices over time. I gave Aldi a try and wouldn't switch back now they have their premium ranges. Their premium steaks in particular are better than any I ever bought from M&S.

Just been into M&S today and asked about the Dine in Deal, only to be told that M&S management have decided to run it once every four weeks now instead of every two.

A popular deal just got a little more rare.

Thanks for the heads-up, heat added

Mines £5 off £35 nice though to get a treat shop. Love m and s foodhall

Thank you op. £5 off £25

Terms say excludes reduced items?

It is on my account too but i would never spend £25 on food in there

ella123

There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do … There must be something about M&S groceries which I don't get. What do you normally buy there, I kind of feel the prices are too high for what they sell?




I used to buy their small rolls as my son loves baguette but he cant eat that long one in one go. Then an Aldi opened and a half baguette costs there 19 pence while at m&s is 50 pence and the quality is the same. So i stopped shopping there

Problem with M&S is some of the stuff is getting too expensive but also you need a maths degree to work out the offers. All this 3 for £10 business is so offputting. It would just be better if they lowered the prices instead of adding complicated offers where some are included and some are not. You don't need all that palaver when you are shopping.

Banned

Used mine, got a load of essentials that were on my list, a couple of impulse buys and a lovely stir fry for tea. Had a look on MySupermarket at a comparable shop and with the discount it came in a few pounds cheaper than where we usually shop.

Non members also get a £5 voucher off of a £25 spend, I got one yesterday whilst in there alongside my receipt.

Can bakery items count towards the £25?
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