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Spend fifty pound or more on lingerie or nightwear at Marks and Spencer and get a free beauty box..good brands contained too!

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Madaboutthrows Fri 22-Aug-14 12:00:20

..Bliss body butter
Philip Kingsley Eslastiser [i think]
Roger and Gallet fragrance
Crabtree and Evelyn handcream

From what I remember. Some generous sizes imo too.

Notonaschoolnight Fri 22-Aug-14 13:35:20

Just wasted 5 mins everything I looked at was out of stock for 34f I give up

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Fri 22-Aug-14 15:59:29

Thanks Madabout I was going to go into town to get underwear from M&S tomorrow. You've saved me the bother and I get free stuff. Cheers!

It looked a really good offer, but I have bought lots of lingerie lately so no excuse to buy more.

Kablooger Fri 22-Aug-14 16:47:10

oh fgs just buy the products you want. Its like veg boxes. grr

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Fri 22-Aug-14 16:54:11

Hands up everyone on this thread who has bought stuff they weren't going to buy anyway just to get the free gift?



You be careful of that blood pressure now Kablooger grin

Kablooger Fri 22-Aug-14 16:54:34


Madaboutthrows Fri 22-Aug-14 17:07:29

Full details here

It's nightwear too!

PetraArkanian Fri 22-Aug-14 17:11:38

Order stuff, collect, take out beauty box, return stuff!!

wantacatplease Fri 22-Aug-14 17:14:48

I thought lingerie was non-returnable.

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Fri 22-Aug-14 17:55:57

I've always been able to return it in the past.

dexter73 Fri 22-Aug-14 18:12:43

The following items are excluded from our "goodwill" returns policy:

Gift cards, beauty*, food, food gifts, Food to Order, earrings, wine, hampers, duvets*, pillows*, bra accessories (including straps, tape, nipple covers and silicone enhancers), Made to measure orders, flowers, plants, fruit baskets, lingerie (not including bras), gifts and personalised items and any products with a seal, where the seal is broken.

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Fri 22-Aug-14 18:23:31

Bloody hell. Never had this problem before. I'm a strange shape and I usually order at least 2 sizes if I'm buying anything that's 'all in one'. Never had a problem taking 2 of 3 identical items back to the store. Sigh. Thanks for the advice. I'll have to cancel it when I get home and go into town after all.sad

PetraArkanian Fri 22-Aug-14 18:30:39

I've ordered bras before and had no problem returning them. And I've returned knickers in an unopened pack (size on label different to pack)...

I often order multiple bras, collect, go straight to changing rooms to try on them return the ones that don't fit! It's easier than having to search all the bras for the two or three in my size!!

dexter73 Fri 22-Aug-14 18:32:25

It does say not including bras.

wantacatplease Fri 22-Aug-14 18:33:28

Do you think the nightwear bit is just for women? Or could I, say, get the dcs some pajamas and still qualify? I can't justify £50 for just stuff for myself but really want the box!

LetsFaceTheMusicAndDance Fri 22-Aug-14 19:28:52

I've just rung them and they said I wouldn't be able to return what I'd bought to them by post, I'd have to take it into a store to get a refund so they could check that they hadn't been worn etc. That's what I usually do anyway because DH works near a M&S so he pops in to return stuff in his lunch hour for me.

So it's all good.

r2d2ismyidealman Fri 22-Aug-14 20:49:32

Thanks, just ordered some new bras. Perfect!

snowpuma Fri 22-Aug-14 21:04:08

Kids sleepwear won't be included, just womens, but it's all lingerie, sleepwear and hosiery so you can stock up on the black opaques or whatever!!

CointreauVersial Sun 24-Aug-14 16:17:07

You can definitely return knickers and bras to M&S but be careful; if what you return takes you below £50 they might subtract the cost of the Box from what they refund you. A bit like "Buy One Get One Free" - you can't just return the first item and keep the second.

PetraArkanian Mon 25-Aug-14 21:52:03

Although you could always return without receipt and get gift card and spend on other stuff if they tried that!!! You would have to go to a different store though...

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