Marks and Spencer Boxing Day Sales September 2019

We’ve got all the information you need to make sure you grab a bargain in the Marks and Spencer Boxing Day Sales.

Renowned for offering high quality products across virtually all departments, M&S is a dependable go to for fashion, beauty products, food and wine, accessories and flowers. What makes it even better? It’s affordable.

Whether you’re looking for a new jumper to fight the cold or a bottle of wine for your next evening in, the Marks and Spencer’s Boxing Day sales need to be on your hit-list when December 26 rolls around.

So get ready to make some major savings this Boxing Day with Marks and Spencer. If you want to see more sales, check out our main Boxing Day sales page.

Marks and Spencer Boxing Day Sales

The wait is over – check out all of the boxing day deals from M&S below. Happy shopping!

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Take up to 70% off sale

Valid on men's and women's items. Limited time offer. T&Cs apply.

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Popular Marks & Spencer coupon codes

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2 Sep 2019 Save 20% off select suits ********
12 Aug 2019 Up to 30% off furniture ********
12 Aug 2019 Take up to 70% off sale ********
8 Nov 2018 Buy 3 for 2 Knickers ********
8 Nov 2018 Enjoy 35 days to return or exchange product ********

What should I expect in the Marks and Spencer Boxing Day Sale?

While we don’t know exactly what will be discounted until the sale officially starts, you can expect to see great offers across M&S online and in-store. Expect to find discounts across clothing, beauty, food, wine and much more.

In previous years the brand has offered its customers up to 50% off site wide, and we anticipate you’ll be in for a treat again this Boxing Day.

Shopping online vs -in-store

Shopping online from the comfort of your own home can save you time and energy.Shopping in-store on Boxing Day can be intense, with mass crowds, mayhem and a mad rush of customers trying to get the best deals.

Last year, Marks and Spencer’s offered Boxing Day discounts in-store and online so whichever you decide to go for, you’re bound to find a great bargain.

Tips and tricks for shopping in the Boxing Day sales:

Get ready, because you’re about to find out how to get the best deals this Boxing Day.

  • Set yourself a budget, and stick to it! The most important thing you do can before starting your Boxing Day shopping spree, is to decide on what you can afford and stick to it. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment and splurge on things you don’t really need, so be sure not to overspend.
  • Make a list. Take a couple of minutes to go through what it is you really need and take note of any things you’re missing or need to update. Chuck out that old jumper. Get rid of that rugged furniture and make room for new M&S goodies.
  • Add to your wishlist in advance. If you’re serious about Boxing Day sales, help yourself out and spend some time browsing the website before. That way you can have your order ready the morning of the sale and process it right away. This reduces the risk of missing out on popular items.
  • Do your research. During Boxing Day, retailers will be very competitive on prices. Make sure you shop around and see if there’s better deals elsewhere by checking out different websites.
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