Online orders only.
Marks And Spencer Promotional Codes
With more than 130 years of experience in the retail industry, it's little wonder that Marks and Spencer is such a household name. An iconic sight on high streets up and down the country and abroad, Marks and Spencer also have a strong internet presence, …with an easy to use website offering a huge range of quality products in all departments. Of course, Marks and Spencer are famous for their clothing brands for men, women and children, so shopping online for stylish daywear, eveningwear and lingerie couldn't be easier. The M&S website also showcases a stunning collection of beauty products from leading brands like Neal's Yard, L'Occitane and Neom as well as fabulous items for the home. From furniture to accessories, Marks and Spencer can give every room a beautiful new look. The Marks and Spencer website also offers a selection of food, wine and floral gifts, making it simple to celebrate any occasion. They even have everything from champagne to wedding cakes and from luxury food hampers to birthday flowers, so organising a special event is a breeze.
Online orders only.
Online orders only.
How to use Marks and Spencer Promotional Codes
Get onto the website and start browsing through everything from Shoes, Food & Wine and of course clothing for Women, Men and Kids! Check out the homepage for online exclusives and deals as well as taking a peek at the offers for a decent bargain!
Adding Product to Basket
When you have found your item to purchase you will be at the product page with a description to the right of the image and options to perhaps choose a colour, size and quantity. When you have selected the correct sizes and quantity etc, click the green ‘add to bag’ button as shown below.
Proceeding to checkout and registering
When you have clicked the add to basket button the page will refresh and a drop down summary will appear for a few seconds in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. Click the checkout button when you are ready. You will now be greeted by the sign in page. If you are a returning customer then sign in as usual and continue, however is you are new, you can set up an account or continue as a guest.
You now will see a screen to complete your delivery options for the order. Select the option of either free collection in store or delivery to an address.
If you wish for a delivery to an address then a pop up window will appear upon selection to enter all your details.
When done, hit 'add' and then 'continue to payment'.
Entering promotion code and payment
The next screen you will be greeted with is the payment page. Here is where you can add your promotion code and enter your credit card details. Go to http://www.promotionalcodes.org.uk/ marks-and-spencer-promotional-code/ and click on ‘View Code & Open Site’ Copy the promotional code and head on back to the Marks and Spencer site. Now paste the voucher code into the box under the ‘Do you have a promotion code to apply?’ and click the Apply button. The page will now refresh showing the deducted amount in the order summary to the right, so all is left to do is enter your card details and hey presto! You can now click 'continue to review your order'.
Marks and Spencer Customer Reviews
Marks and Spencer equals clothes and quality food, so I was surprised to look on their website and find Books and DVDs. I’m not sure if I like the idea of them branching out into literature and arts, but I suppose that’s progress. But, seeing as they have it, I decided to browse around and see what they have.
I wasn’t all that impressed. I could only find kids books and dining and food books on the site. Where are the books for adults? Where are the bestsellers? If you’re going to sell books, make sure that there’s something for everybody.
There isn’t much more that I can say about this. I finally bought a book for my four-year-old daughter as well as one of the DVDs that they have on the site. Paying was easy enough and delivery was quite prompt.
The site is user-friendly, but the pages are a little too busy. It makes it difficult to focus on something. There’s too much going on.
Once the book and DVD were delivered, I decided that the Marks and Spencer quality stamp is still on its products. The packages were neatly wrapped and carefully packaged to prevent any damage. I found that this mattered a great deal to me and made me look at the internet with new eyes.
It was a fairly pleasant experience shopping on the Marks and Spencer website.
M&S is great for one-stop shopping, but I hate going into the store from one week to the next. It seems that they move their displays around constantly, making it blinking impossible to find anything. Last week, I saw the perfect dress in the shop, but I decided to wait a little while. This week, I went back in and couldn’t find the dress anywhere. In its place were knickers. I’m fed up with that. I know it’s a ploy to get me to look around the whole store, but I want to be able to find items from one week to the next, like at Tesco. So I’ve decided to stop going to the store.
The trouble is I really like M&S. Their clothes fit me well. I can get things for the kids there. I can buy stuff for my husband, the house, shoes, etc. So I decided to give their website a try. I need a few school uniforms for the kids. Easily found and purchased. I needed some knickers, ironically enough, and the website had them on offer, which was great. I needed a few new beach towels. Sorted. A summer skirt. Found it. And some t-shirts for summer for the whole family. Done and dusted. And I got it all done with a lovely cuppa sitting next to me in my sitting room.
To top it off, I found that dress that had gone missing from one week to the next. The online shop still had it. Yay!! I’ve ordered it and can’t wait for it to arrive. I’m planning to wear it this weekend. I spent more than £150, so my delivery was free, but you can get next day delivery for about £5, or just £3.50 if you’re willing to wait five days. Not bad. And you don’t have to drive, park and search for hours for your items.
My daughter and her husband just moved into a starter home so I was looking for a small housewarming gift to bring over. M&S is my go-to store for most everything so I took a look around their website and found it hard to come to a decision since as usual they had loads of nice items.
There was a quite extensive selection of dinnerware on the site and I came across a few different cake stands. I eventually bought a floral patterned two-tier Kirstie Allsopp cake stand, thinking it would be great for my daughter to use for entertaining.
I ordered it on a Monday and the package arrived at my front door by the following Monday with standard shipping. Unfortunately we had to return the cake stand because it did not match my daughter’s new décor, so we exchanged it for a simple pink one instead. Even though she didn’t like the gift, overall the experience of shopping with M&S online was simple and the return process was hassle free. We were able to return it in store, which was certainly more convenient than posting it back and waiting for a replacement.
I just can’t bear the idea of taking my twin girls to M&S again for schoolwear. I did it last year, and the stress of getting them to stand still long enough to try things on had me so flustered that I needed a glass of wine when I got home. So this year I thought I’d just check their sizes and try it online, and I’m so glad I did. The site actually has a “schoolwear” section, so that was a good sign. I was able to order all the trousers, shirts and blazers I needed for both of them, and everything arrived within a few days. I still enjoyed a glass of wine afterwards, mind, but I didn’t “need” the wine this time.
Marks and Sparks really is a good one-stop shop kind of place, whether it’s in store or online. I was looking for a ring for my boyfriend – just something cool and casual, but I didn’t find any here. Instead I happened along the leather parcel bags, and I got a great gift idea for him to replace his old canvas, cross-body bag. I found great deals here on leather and leather/canvas bags, and I was able to secure his upcoming birthday pressie for just £55. Incredible. But since I was already there, and this is the beauty of shopping at a department store, I was able to pick up some bras for me, a pair of shoes and a gift for mum as well. One-stop shopping right from my sitting room. Fantastic!
My daughter's getting married this spring, so I have been buying things here and there for them to set up house together. M&S was advertising a home sale of 20% off, so I bought loads of things online and had a brilliant time choosing everything with her. She's chosen the Elizabeth collection dinnerware, so we bought most of her essentials. I'm quite pleased with the savings and the ease of doing it from home with a cuppa versus braving the shops in the cold weather. Thanks M&S for helping us have a fun girls' night in, just mum and daughter.