It seems like every other month there’s a 20% off at M&S voucher! If you can hold off, it’s worth waiting until the deals come along. I’ll list these and other great offers on this page.
Up to 15% off M&S gift cards to stack with other deals
I’m a huge fan of Zeek, a website where you can buy and sell unwanted gift vouchers and cards.
You can almost always get Marks & Spencers vouchers on there, and often the paper ones are 15% off. Huge! (e-card, then use it to buy a physical card from M&S website)
Discounts on e-codes are usually around the 4% to 6% range, though sometimes higher. Stock varies, but it’s worth taking a look.
PLUS if you’ve not used Zeek before, the code CLEVERCASH will give you a free £3 to spend! There’s a minimum spend of £30.
20% off shopping at Marks and Spencer
The 20% off codes are less frequent in 2017, but when they do appear you usually need to have a Sparks membership – or know someone who does. When the offer comes up there’s often a digital code (which I’ll share here), but to get the discount in-store you need a voucher provided in the post from M&S.
There aren’t any of these generic deals happening right now, but there are other ways to save if you check the Sparks app. The offers are generally bespoke to you, so right now I’ve got 20% off different mens clothing and shoes. More on Sparks below.
Get regular discounts with an M&S Sparks Card
Half the time the offers I’m given are no good, but you do occasionally get some decent ones. The best are 20% off everything or money of a food shop. More often though it’ll be 20% off specific products.
You also earn points each time you shop which in theory give you early access to sales and other promotions.
Swap old clothes for an M&S voucher
You can get a £5 voucher to spend on M&S clothes when you take old clothes to Oxfam.
My tricks to spend less on M&S food
Thought it’s one of the pricier supermarkets I tend to shop at M&S most weeks as it’s the one right by my office. To help make it more affordable I use the following tricks.