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£50 to spend in M&S

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Aspergallus Wed 04-Oct-17 20:41:48

I have a voucher. Have just gone part-time at work so money is a bit tighter and treats will be few and far between for a while. Any suggestions at to how I could best spend this (before I just buy 2x bras)?

Lotsofsausage Wed 04-Oct-17 22:49:17

the Isabella lace bralets are lovely and surprisingly supportive. they sell pixie skincare which is ace - maybe try the glow tonic? or nuxe lip balm. or really luxurious PJs?

Aspergallus Wed 04-Oct-17 23:22:03

Luxurious PJs sounds great. That's the sort of thing I'm after, something I wouldn't normally buy but will get use out of and feel like I have a bit of lasting luxury!

elephantoverthehill Wed 04-Oct-17 23:27:07

There's a sale on at M&S. I bought some tee-shirts with arms that go down to near the elbows and conceal the bat-wings for £5 each. Otherwise, spend it on food and wine.

Jojoanna Wed 04-Oct-17 23:44:53

I was in marks today huge sale loads of crap however. I got a tee shirt, a dress that is actually ok and a bikini all for £20.

wowfudge Wed 04-Oct-17 23:48:43

You could get their beauty advent calendar...

QuackDuckQuack Wed 04-Oct-17 23:56:45

I’d buy £50 of Percy Pigs. Probably a few Reversy Percies to mix it up a bit.

Aspergallus Sat 07-Oct-17 13:10:21

Oh yes, the advent calender! Great idea!

RhiannonOHara Sat 07-Oct-17 13:13:01

I'd just buy nice food. [gannet]

burntoutmum Sat 07-Oct-17 13:14:02

Following with interest as I currently have a £50 voucher to use too! I normally get PJs but I don’t like any of the sets in there at the moment

Liking the Percy pig shelf clear out though!!!

Aspergallus Sat 07-Oct-17 13:58:09

I found a nice pair of pyjamas in Next so crossed that off. I'm currently thinking:

1)the advent calendar
2) nice hat/scarf/gloves
3) keep for xmas food shop

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 07-Oct-17 14:16:59

I'm coveting a grey animal print fleece <<Disclaimer I'm ancient and have no style sense >>

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Nanasueathome Sat 07-Oct-17 14:19:09

The advent calendar is £35 but you also have to spend another £35 to get it I believe

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