MARKS and Spencer has slashed the price of its popular snow globe gins – just in time for New Year celebrations.
The light-up bottles have proved a huge hit for Christmas and they feature festive gold glitter too.
Bottles of the festive spirit are on offer ahead of New Year celebrations
One savvy shopper spotted the discount in store, and shared the bargain on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
They shared a picture of the gin along with a bottle of rose prosecco and said: “Today I went into M&S and got this amazing deal for £20 for both of these items such an amazing deal”.
The savvy shopper said they picked up the set in an M&S located at a BP garage on Boxing Day – stand alone M&S stores were closed the day after Christmas.
We couldn’t spot the deal online on the M&S website where the gin and prosecco sets are priced at £25.
But there are big discounts if you’re looking to buy in bulk online.
M&S has slashed the price of a set that contains six bottles, from £80 to £60.
It’s a £20 saving and works out as £10 per bottle for two gins – one clementine and one spiced sugar plum flavour – along with four bottles of prosecco.
And there’s also an even bigger saving on a case of six gins containing three of each flavour.
The special offer which is tagged as a “New Year special” costs £84 instead of £120 – a £36 saving.
Usually a single bottle of the gin will set you back £20 for one 700ml bottle, or £35 for the 1.5L magnum size.
We’ve asked M&S what deals are available in store and if it’s all locations and will update when we hear back.
Single bottles of the festive spirit are also still priced at £20 on Ocado, which sells M&S food.
If you do decide to order online in bulk (perhaps stocking up for next year) then don’t forget you’ll also have to pay delivery.
Standard delivery starts fro £4.99 or is free if you spend over £100.
Some shoppers replying to the post pointed out that you can already get a cheaper version of the snow globe gin at Aldi.
The discounter’s £13.99 dupe is still on shelves after M&S launched legal action accusing the supermarket of copying its design,
It follows a similar legal battle where M&S argued the the similarity of Aldi’s Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake to its own Colin the Caterpillar cake leads customers to believe they’re of the same standard.
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