M&S has revealed details of its latest Dine In meal deal, but you'll need to act fast as the offer expires today.
Marks & Spencer's latest Dine In meal deal is once again priced at £12. If you're interested you'll have to be fast – the offer expires today.
Having remained at £10 for years, M&S sparked anger recently by hiking the price, although the store has suggested the price could be revised again in the future.
M&S told loveMONEY that "each month the theme and offer will change, inspiring and allowing customers to discover great quality, innovative new products and to try something new for dinner."
Is it still worth it? Let's take a closer look at what you get in the latest offer.
Know anyone who really loves the M&S meal deal? Why not buy them an M&S Dine In gift card?
What's available in the M&S Dine In offer?
You can choose a main, side dish, dessert and a bottle of wine (or non-alcoholic alternative) for your £12.
As regular readers will know, we like to highlight any interesting new additions to the menu. In the mains, the Best Ever steak pie or, if meat's not for you, the butternut, almond and pecan nut roast both look like great options.
The sides have a distinctly festive feel, offering sprouts, parsnips and rosemary potatoes in among the usual classics.
Similarly, there's a yuletide log or chocolate pine cones to pick in the dessert menu.
You can view the full list below. Not that we haven't included any of the wine options as M&S simply says "products may vary" based on where you shop.
For more information, visit the Marks & Spencer Dine In page.
And finally, if you're looking for even more inspiration and variety, head over to our sister site loveFOOD for loads of amazing-yet-simple recipes.
- Our Best Ever steak pie
- Vegan butternut, almond and pecan nut roast
- Gastropub beef bourguignon
- Gastropub lamb moussaka
- Gastropub turkey feast en croute
- Gastropub fish pie
- Oakham turkey roulade
- Gastropub chicken in red wine
- Rotisserie chicken
- Brussels sprouts
- Potato rosti
- Rosemary potatoes
- Garlic mushrooms
- Triple-cooked chips
- Tenderstem broccoli
- Layered classic vegetables
- Roasting parsnips
- Red cabbage
- Truffled cauliflower cheese
- Chocolate pine cones
- Yuletide log
- Billionaire's desserts
- Profiterole stack
- Apple frangipane tart
- Tarte au citron slices
- Cheese selection
- Fruity fiesta
Save even more money at M&S
If you're a regular M&S shopper, we have some bad news and some good news: the bad news is you're probably paying far more than you need to.
The good news is that's easily rectified – simply have a read of this brilliant guide to slashing your M&S costs.
Not an M&S regular? Why not head this way for our weekly round-up of the best supermarket deals from Aldi to Waitrose instead.
Be the first to comment
Do you want to comment on this article? You need to be signed in for this feature