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M&S logoM&S 10 meal & wine for 2*Main, side, dessert & wine. Costs 20+ if bought separately

In stores only

Until Tue 27 Jan, go to your nearest M&S store to get the dine-in meal for two for £10 which includes a starter, main, pud, side and wine or a soft drink.

If previous deals are anything to go by, the best items run out sooner rather than later as the more popular dishes tend to fly off the shelves.

What's on the menu? 

Mix and match from a choice of 12 mains, 11 sides, 11 desserts and 10 drinks including vegetarian and non alcoholic options. Some of the food items include slow cooked lamb shoulder, Mediterranean sea bass, garlic mushrooms and a stack of profiteroles. If you're not a fan of dessert you can choose a cheese board to pair with a wine from its selection including Merlot and Chardonnay or you can opt for lime and lemongrass pressé. See the full menu.

How much can you save?

Mains usually cost up to £8.50, sides can cost up to £2.40 and dessert could be up to £4 if bought separately. Along with a bottle of wine which is  £7 normally, you could save over £10.

How can you spot the dishes included?

The dine-in products are all labelled on the packet with a black sticker which says main, side and dessert. These are usually displayed together at the end of the chilled isles and are clearly marked.

The dine-in menu's available in-store only - see other exclusions in more info below. Unlike other alcohol offers, this one's available across the UK - including Scotland. Please be Drinkaware.  

More info

Wine is included in the promotion for over 18s only. Promotions not available in the following stores:

  • Channel Islands and overseas stores
  • BP Connect
  • Railway and service stations
  • Hospitals
  • Airports

M&S logoMarks and Spencer - school uniform from 17*Available all year, in store and online.

Ongoing

Get a full school uniform (ages 3-16) from £17 in store and online at Marks and Spencer*.

What do you get?

Prices change depending on size.

How to get the uniform: In store and online at M&S*. Delivery's £3.50, and you can get free next day delivery to over 450 M&S stores.

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