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Christmas food to order at Marks & Spencer

We tweeted this out a while back... All the info


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Okay, so yes we did tweet about this a little while back but we wanted to let you know how it works, when do you pay and what do you pay etc (all the nitty gritty) for your Christmas food to order at Marks & Spencer 2022.

Here is the process of ordering a Christmas collection @ M&S:

  1. Head over to the M&S website HERE
  2. Make your order (at least £40)
  3. Pay a deposit of £40 (if your order comes to £40 then you will pay the balance off)
  4. Checkout
  5. Pick up on dedicated selected date
  6. Enjoy Christmas food from Marks & Spencer.

It’s really easy to secure your slot; just choose a collection date and time to suit, add at least £40 of items to secure your collection slot and pay at least the £40 deposit now. You can then amend your items, collection store or slot time at a later date if needed. You can collect your order in store between 22nd and 24th December and pay the outstanding balance then.


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