MARKS and Spencer has revealed its menu line up for Christmas – and you can start ordering food from today.
The festive season is fast approaching and that means turkeys, sprouts, cake and chocs.
Festive food has gone on sale at M&S for delivery right up to Christmas Eve
This is where you can book and pay for your Christmas dinner and other treats ahead of time with collection closer to the big day.
Prices start from £5 for honey and mustard parsnips. The 600g dish serves four people.
Turkey prices range from £57.50 – £74.95 for a British Oakham crown weighing between 2.3kg and 2.99kg, which serves six to eight people.
A bigger bird serving 10 to 12 (3kg-3.8kg) will set you back between £75 and £95.
It comes stuffed with pork and cranberry stuffing, wrapped in bacon and served with turkey gravy.
These will be available to buy in store from November 30 too.
Party food includes reindeer steamed buns filled with veg and plum sauce (£7 for eight, 320g) and a garlic butter brioche and camembert wreath (£14 for 700g).
You can also get your hands on a Colin the Caterpillar cake that’s a festive take on a yule log.
The 650g cake features him ice skating and will set you back £10. You’ll also find it in stores from December 6.
And if its more sweet treats you’re interested in, then you can get a musical gingerbread tin of biscuits (£5 for 115g) or a Percy Pig piggy bank post box filled with chocolate coins (£4 for 120g).
You can make an order with a £40 deposit (also the minimum spend) and pay the remaining balance when you pick up in store.
The shop has said that there will be no change to prices between ordering and pick up.
You can order from now up until December 8 – but can depends on availability of slots.
It’s best to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment, as demand can be high over the holiday season and slots go quick.
You can also make changes to your order right up to this date.
You can collect your menu right up until Christmas Eve with collection dates on December 22, 23 or 24 available.
M&S is the first of the major supermarket’s to reveal its full range of Christmas food and prices.
Meanwhile Argos has revealed its top toys for Christmas – and prices start at £10.
And here’s five ways to save up to £1,840 before December 25.