M&S is giving away FREE shopping to thousands of customers – how to get it | The Sun
MARKS & Spencer is giving 5,000 customers the chance to get their shopping for free.
Its part of M&S' "Super Sparks Saturday" which gives one customer the chance to get their shopping for free every Saturday.
But for one day only (August 19), thousands of customers across the UK will get the chance to get their food at no cost.
All you need to do is scan your Sparks card at checkout.
The winners will be selected at complete random and shoppers will qualify online and in any M&S store.
If successful, those shopping in store will find out right away while online customers will be sent an email.
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There is no limit on how much you can spend in order to get your shopping for free.
You also won't need to remove any offers from your Sparks card to qualify.
Kirsty Ward, director of M&S Connect, said: “Since relaunching Sparks as a digital first loyalty scheme, we’ve doubled the number of Sparks members – rewarding them with personalised offers, special treats and thank yous.
“And one of Sparks’ members most loved rewards is the opportunity to get their shopping for free so, for one day only, we’re supersizing it and giving 5,000 lucky customers the opportunity to get their shopping for free – simply by shopping and scanning their Sparks card in store or online!”
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How does the Sparks card work?
It's worth joining up to the supermarket's Sparks Card which rewards members with free food.
Customers can pick up everything from croissants and cookies to the iconic Percy Pigs.
Every time you shop in-store or online you are in with the chance of winning a reward.
Not only can you get freebies but discounts off whole product ranges like homeware too.
Meanwhile, it's worth making the most of the retailer's dine in range, which offers discounts on select products.
For example, customers can currently get two pizzas and two sides for £12.
Two M&S stonebaked cheese and tomato pizzas cost £12 and two garlic bread sides are £7.40 totalling £19.40.
That means you'd be saving £7.40 using the offer if you included these items in the offer.
Like most other supermarkets, you should keep an eye out for yellow sticker bargains too.
How does the Sparks card compare to other loyalty schemes?
Asda Rewards, which launched last summer, gives shoppers money back when they buy “star products” or complete spending missions.
These offers are personalised, but typically a new customer might be offered £1 back for spending £75.
The money earned goes into your "Cashpot", which can then be exchanged into a voucher in the app, to be redeemed at the till or by entering the code at the online checkout.
Tesco Clubcard members get one point for every £1 spent in-store and online or two litres on fuel from supermarket's petrol stations.
Each point is worth 1p in Tesco, but they are currently worth three times the amount when you convert them into vouchers for Tesco’s partners. However, this is changing to double the amount in June.
Clubcard shoppers also get cheaper prices on over 8,000 products thanks to Clubcard Prices.
Sainsbury's Nectar customers can use their card to collect points, either on a smartphone app, or with a physical card to collect and spend points.
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You get a minimum of one point per £1 in stores and online at Sainsbury's, plus bonus points are available on the Nectar app, via paper coupons at checkouts, or sent in the post.
You can also get one point for every litre of fuel at Sainsbury's petrol stations. One point is worth 0.5p when shopping with the retailer.
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