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Unlimited 15% off when you spend £35 on clothings, homeware and beauty @ M&S Sparks until 2 Sept. (Could be account specific)
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Unlimited 15% off when you spend £35 on clothings, homeware and beauty @ M&S Sparks until 2 Sept. (Could be account specific)

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299° Expired
Unlimited 15% off when you spend £35 on clothings, homeware and beauty @ M&S Sparks until 2 Sept. (Could be account specific)
Posted 21st Aug 2020

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i got it as well!
In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how Marks and Spencer thinks that as a two person household we are going to spend £50 on their food. I remember before change of loyalty it was a lot lower than this (£25).
Edited by: "Neverwoncomps" 21st Aug
Neverwoncomps21/08/2020 07:26

i got it as well!In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how M …i got it as well!In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how Marks and Spencer thinks that as a two person household we are going to spend £50 on their food. I remember before change of loyalty it was a lot lower than this (£25).



I would have thought it's quite easy to spend £50 on food, their meals are usually a few pounds at least higher than the supermarkets as are their deserts so i(of course the quality is usually better) so if you stock up for a few days for two and add a bottle of wine...
jasee21/08/2020 07:46

I would have thought it's quite easy to spend £50 on food, their meals are …I would have thought it's quite easy to spend £50 on food, their meals are usually a few pounds at least higher than the supermarkets as are their deserts so i(of course the quality is usually better) so if you stock up for a few days for two and add a bottle of wine...


Agree it is easy to pile up the food bill at m&s. The price is expensive but the quality is best.
Edited by: "KatsudonVince" 21st Aug
jasee21/08/2020 07:46

I would have thought it's quite easy to spend £50 on food, their meals are …I would have thought it's quite easy to spend £50 on food, their meals are usually a few pounds at least higher than the supermarkets as are their deserts so i(of course the quality is usually better) so if you stock up for a few days for two and add a bottle of wine...


Yes you can, but for so little! Prefer these days to buy from Aldi as quality is the same (same suppliers), especially meats etc...And its not just me, Which have recently said that the top three supermarkets are Aldi, Lidl and Asda for value.
It’s account specific as I haven’t got it x
I’ve got it too! I love M&S knitwear - really showing my age here
I don't have it. I have these offers...41718247-a3Ivb.jpg
Why would I buy a pair of sandals or a t-shirt at the end of Summer?!? The tights are useful, except I'd have to pay for postage as I'm too lazy to click and collect so not much of a discount after all.
Neverwoncomps21/08/2020 08:08

Yes you can, but for so little! Prefer these days to buy from Aldi as …Yes you can, but for so little! Prefer these days to buy from Aldi as quality is the same (same suppliers), especially meats etc...And its not just me, Which have recently said that the top three supermarkets are Aldi, Lidl and Asda for value.



Well maybe the souces for such things as meat, fruit and vegetables is the same but the rest of the stuff (meals, desserts etc) is all made for them unlike the supermarkets where their own branded stuff is in the minority..Just my impression
Same supplier doesn’t mean same ingredients. A friend worked at a pizza factory where they made everything from supermarket value to Pizza Express but completely different ingredients.
beanhead6921/08/2020 11:53

Same supplier doesn’t mean same ingredients. A friend worked at a pizza f …Same supplier doesn’t mean same ingredients. A friend worked at a pizza factory where they made everything from supermarket value to Pizza Express but completely different ingredients.



Yeh it's a lottery sometimes. I've had great things from aldi and great things from M&S. Usually the M&S stuff is slightly better all round. Depends on the product and if you're happy spending more on it.
I have it, activated it but its not working...saves me money
Neverwoncomps21/08/2020 07:26

i got it as well!In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how M …i got it as well!In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how Marks and Spencer thinks that as a two person household we are going to spend £50 on their food. I remember before change of loyalty it was a lot lower than this (£25).


My mum and dad do. Well dad doesn't know until mum gets home but he just rolls with the punches lol
Neverwoncomps21/08/2020 07:26

i got it as well!In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how M …i got it as well!In addition to £5 of £50 spend on food! Um not sure how Marks and Spencer thinks that as a two person household we are going to spend £50 on their food. I remember before change of loyalty it was a lot lower than this (£25).


How to get discount on food shop?
Thanks. I have this offer and a £5 off a £40 spend on food.

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