If you’re looking to serve up a treat in under half an hour, the £12 M&S Family Pizza Meal Deal may be a good option as you can pick up two pizzas and two sides or desserts.
Sadly, similar to other meal deals, M&S has hiked the price of the Family Pizza Meal Deal from £10 to £12.
According to an M&S spokesperson, the deal provides ‘great value’ as it serves four for £3 per person.
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What’s available in the M&S Family Pizza Meal Deal?
M&S says you can save up to £7 compared to buying two pizzas and two sides or desserts separately.
In terms of your options, you can choose from 10 types of pizza (down from 12) and 12 sides or desserts (down from 17).
Since this deal last ran, there are no new additions to the menu, but mixed pizza slices and veggie pizza are both no longer available.
You can see the full menu below for the M&S Family Pizza Meal Deal.
- Cheese and tomato pizza (V)
- BBQ chicken pizza
- Pepperoni pizza
- Cheese and ham pizza
- Magnificently meaty pizza
- Ham and pineapple pizza
- Posh dog pizza
- Cheeseburger pizza
- Gluten-free margherita pizza (V)
- Plant Kitchen three-cheese pizza (Ve)
Sides and desserts
- Mac and cheese bites (V)
- Chicken munchies
- Garlic dough balls (V)
- Mozzarella sticks (V)
- Dirty fries
- Crispy mushrooms (V)
- Loaded potato skins
- Frites (V)
- Piri piri chips (V)
- Plant Kitchen vegan southern fried tenders (Ve)
- Sweet and crunchy salad (Ve)
- Chewy triple chocolate cookie traybake (V)
Want to whip something up at home instead? Check out our sister site loveFOOD for a range of tasty and quick recipes.
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