Marks and Spencer Boxing Day Sales 2020

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

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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!


Up to 50% off furniture

Enjoy up to 50% off furniture at M&S. T&Cs apply.

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40% off selected knitwear

Enjoy 40% off selected knitwear this season at Mark & Spencer. T&Cs apply.

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Free delivery to selected stores

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Enjoy 35 days to return or exchange product

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Popular M&S coupon codes

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20 Jan 2020 Up to 50% off furniture ********
20 Dec 2019 40% off selected knitwear ********
18 Sep 2019 Free delivery to selected stores ********
18 Sep 2019 Enjoy 35 days to return or exchange product ********

What products does Marks & Spencer sell?

Whether you’re shopping for yourself, your other half or the little ones in your life, you can count on Marks & Spencer to deliver on-trend, high-quality options across clothing, accessories and footwear.

Plus, this luxury high-street brand offers much more than wardrobe solutions. Explore a wide range of furniture, homewares and kitchen and dining accessories through the online store, and freshen up your home for the new year.

Shopping online vs shopping in-store

If you love the hustle and bustle of an in-store shopping spree during big sale events like Boxing Day, you’ll enjoy the atmosphere at your local Marks & Spencer this year. However, if you’re not keen on facing the crowds and the queues, then shopping online is also an option.

Explore the deals and discounts on offer via the online store from the comfort of your own home and dodge the hectic high street altogether.

What will be on sale during the Marks & Spencers Boxing Day sale?

Based on what we’ve seen in the past, we’re predicting discounts of up to 75% off a diverse selection of products site-wide at Marks & Spencer. While the official details remain under wraps, one thing is for sure, the sales here look set to be unforgettable.

What is the Marks & Spencer returns policy?

If you’re not 100% happy with your purchase, you’ll have 35 days to return the majority of items for a full refund. However, there are some exclusions you need to be aware of.
Firstly, you’ll only have 14 days to return sale items.
Gift cards, beauty products, food, earrings, wine, hampers, bedding, made-to-measure items, flowers and plants, fruit baskets, lingerie and swimwear, furniture, gifts and personalised products are all either non-returnable or have their own individual return conditions. The return details for each item are outlined on the individual product pages. If in doubt, check the small print.
You can choose whether you prefer to return your unwanted items in-store free of charge or via post at your own cost.

Tips and tricks for shopping on Boxing Day

Here are some handy tips and tricks to help you shop smarter during the Boxing Day sales.

  • Subscribe to Finder’s newsletter. Sign up to receive our newsletter and we’ll keep you up to date with all the hottest fashion deals and discounts on offer throughout the 2020 Boxing Day event.
  • Set yourself a budget and stick to it. Before you head out to shop the sales, it’s a really good idea to get your finances in order. Work out how much you can afford to spend before embarking on your sale shopping spree and make sure you stick to your budget to avoid getting yourself into any unnecessary debt.
  • Make a list. Never walk into a sale event without a plan of action. Give your shopping spree a goal and make a list of all the things you really want to buy on Boxing Day. That way, you won’t end up purchasing a bunch of products that you don’t actually want or need.
  • Browse in advance. Check out the websites you want to buy from before the sale actually starts. Work out which styles you’ve got your heart set on and how to navigate the online store. You could even add the pieces you’re interested in to your basket in advance so that you can check out even sooner on the big day.
  • Apply a coupon. It’s become popular for retailers to offer site-wide discounts during the sales via the use of a coupon or promo code. Make sure that the discount has been properly applied before completing your order to avoid paying full price for products that are actually on sale.
  • Do your research. There are loads of other retailers out there that carry the same brands and offer similar deals. Make sure you check out what discounts competitors are offering before completing your order to ensure you’re getting the best deal.

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