Marks & Spencer has launched its latest £15 Family Dine In meal deal, which now includes a free movie rental for Sparks members. Here’s what you can get.
Shoppers can now take advantage of Marks & Spencer's latest £15 Family Dine In meal deal, which for the first time includes a free movie rental for members of its Sparks loyalty scheme.
The food offer is available in stores until 16 November and, while is more expensive than the traditional £10 Dine In offer, it does feed four people instead of two.
So instead of getting a main, side and dessert as you do with the cheaper meal deal, you can choose two mains and four sides (plus a free movie for Sparks members).
M&S says you'll save up to £10 compared to buying the menu items separately.
How to get your free movie rental with your meal deal
To get the free movie rental, you’ll need to buy the £15 M&S meal deal in store and scan your Sparks card at the till. You should get an activation link sent to the email address linked to your Sparks account.
The code can be activated and used until 30 November. You’ll then have 28 days to start watching your selected film and 48 hours to complete it once you start watching. More details can be found here.
M&S £15 meal deal for four: full menu
Below is a complete list of what’s on the menu, or you can take a look at this dedicated M&S page. If you know someone who loves a good Dine In deal, why not buy them an M&S Dine In gift card? (opens in new page)
Alternatively, you could take a look at our roundup of every M&S meal deal offer so you'll know what other meal deals to keep an eye out for when you're next in store.
- Aberdeen Angus rump steak burgers
- Spicy chicken escalopes
- Southern fried chicken tenders
- Posh dogs
- Slow-cooked BBQ pork shoulder
- Cajun popcorn prawns
- Vegan quarter pounders (Ve)
- House fries (Ve)
- Mozzarella sticks (V)
- Burger slaw (V)
- Three cheese garlic ciabatta (V)
- Onion rings (V)
- BBQ ranch salad kit bag (V)
- Churros with chocolate sauce (V)
- Apple pie bites (V)
- Triple chocolate brownie traybake (V)
Not an M&S regular?
Head this way for our weekly round-up of the best supermarket deals from Aldi to Waitrose instead.
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