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Marks and Spencer logoM&S 6-bottle mixed case for £51 (norm £80ish)*Champagne, port, wine via online code for festive wine

3 days left

MSE Update Thu 30 Nov, 12:15pm: M&S has informed us that this case has now sold out.

If you're stocking up on Christmas party supplies, we've found a great deal to get you 40% off a mixed case of champagne, port and wine. Just enter the code PARTY1 online at M&S by Mon 3 Nov to get it for £51 (was £85). Delivery's free (as your order is over £50).

Although the case is normally £85, if you bought all these bottles separately it would cost £80.45, as the champagne is half-price until Mon 3 Nov. With this code you're saving about £30, so we reckon this is still a pretty good deal with the pricey bottles averaging £8.50 each.

Here's what you get:

  • 1 x Charles Freminet Brut NV Champagne - currently reduced to £17.50 a bottle in store, usually £35
  • 1 x Late-Bottled Vintage Port - £12.99 a bottle in store
  • 2 x Sancerre Le Mont - not currently available to buy separately, was £13.99 a bottle in store
  • 2 x Manzanos Rioja Crianza - £10.99 a bottle in store

There's 1,000 cases available so go quick if you want this deal. If you can make do with less posh brands though, use our wine discount finder to find other corking deals.

Please be Drinkaware.

Waitrose logoWaitrose 25% off 6 bottles of wine/champers*In store and online at Waitrose until Tue 4 Nov

4 days left

Get 25% off when you buy six or more bottles of wine or champagne, either in store or online at* until Tue 4 Nov. You can also get the offer at Waitrose Cellar*, its online wine shop. 

At Waitrose Cellar, delivery's free but you have to purchase wine in multiples of six. Delivery's also free if you shop online at but there's a minimum spend of £60.

The offer isn't available in Scotland. Please be Drinkaware.

SainsburySainsbury's 25% off 6 bottles wine/champers*In store and online until Sun 9 Nov. Excludes convenience stores

9 days left

Buy six or more bottles of wine (incl sparkling wine, champagne and fortified wine), at Sainsbury's* online or in store by Sun 9 Nov and get 25% off. This includes wine that's already on offer. Delivery's £2.99 to £5.99, depending on which time slot you choose. 

You can get a bottle of Antoine De Clevecy champagne for just £10.50 (was £18) with this offer, but new customers shopping online at Sainsbury's could effectively get it for as little as £8.50 using a code stacking trick. See our Deals Hunter blog to find out how. 

Online orders need to be delivered by Sun 9 Nov to qualify for the offer. It's not available in Sainsbury's Local branches, or in Scotland due to alcohol promotion laws. There's a limit of 36 bottles per customer.

Virgin Wines logo12 bottles of wine delivered £58 (full-price £122)*Via a subscription. For newbies only

500 cases

We've blagged a Virgin Wines* deal (for Virgin Wines virgins only) to get 12 bottles of wine for less than half the usual price, but this requires a subscription (that you can cancel). As that can be a bit of a pain, we’ve also arranged a second deal with no subscription, but with only 10 bottles.

Both offers are for new customers only and only one case per household. Please be Drinkaware.

Offer 1: 12 bottles for £58 via a subscription

Newbies joining Virgin's subscription-based Discovery Club get their first case of 12 bottles of wine for £58 (£49.99 plus £7.99 delivery) via this special link* (it works out at £4.80/bottle). At full-price outside the club, a case is £122. If you don't use the link, it's £63.

Warning: After the first case, you'll be automatically billed for a case EVERY THREE MONTHS at £89.99 plus £7.99 delivery (£8.17/bottle) unless you cancel – which can be done at any time – but do wait until you’ve got your case. To cancel, call 0843 224 1044 or email You can also opt out of individual cases.

It’s decent if you’re a regular wine quaffer and happy to be automatically billed for wine every three months.

Offer 2: 10 bottles for £58 - no subscription

Here, you're just buying it straight. You'll get 10 bottles of wine* for £49.99 plus £7.99 delivery instead of the full-price £102.90 (five reds, five whites).

This is the option to go for if you want a straightforward, one-off deal and not a "I don’t want any more but may forget to cancel". It works out as £5.80/bottle instead of £4.80/bottle above.


More info

If you get a box delivered and you change your mind, Virgin Wines will collect it and refund you.

Section 75

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There's a secret phrase that turns any credit card into a financial self-defence superhero. "Section 75" laws means your plastic must protect anything you buy over £100 for free, so if there's a problem or the company goes bust you can still get your money back.

Although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards there is something else to fall back on if you paid on a Visa debit or electron card, or Visa credit card under £100 (otherwise go for Section 75). Known as Visa Chargeback, this is part of Visa's internal rules and not a legal requirement. Full details of Section 75, chargeback and how to claim in the Section 75 Refunds guide.

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