20% off Voucher Code for Marks and Spencer 2014 (M&S Discount Code)

Get free vouchers and promo codes for the Marks and Spencer website (M&S)

 

London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/08/2014 -- VoucherBadger, leading provider of online voucher codes in the UK, today announced that it has been teamed up with Marks & Spencer in offering an exclusive voucher code to celebrate its 1 year anniversary.

M&S has been dominating the High St for years, use these valid voucher code to get up to 30% off right now, absolutely free, these are exclusives in some cases to us:

Marks & Spencer - Save 20% off online and get Free Delivery

With the aim of being the ultimate High Street store, M&S was founded over 150 years ago and has dominated to the UK scene ever since. With their quality own-brand (previously St Michaels) clothing and product ranges, it is not hard to see how they have captivated the online shopping industry in Great Britain as they did over the past century on the street.

M&S sell a plethora of goods and services as of 2014 - they also now have their own branded banking & financial service called M&S Bank! However their main selling items are still quality clothing and electricals. A lot of the time they offer a Free Online delivery code to the UK but also to international countries where they have a presence, like Australia, New Zealand and many more!

This is special promotional financing offer is available at the JCP stores for online purchases. The offer is valid for a billing of more than £250 on furniture and mattress through M&S master card or M&S credit card.

About Marks and Spencer
Marks and Spencer plc (also known as M&S; colloquially known as Marks and Sparks, Marks's or, simply, Marks) is a major British multinational retailer headquartered in the City of Westminster, London. It specialises in the selling of clothing and luxury food products. M&S was founded in 1884 by Michael Marks and Thomas Spencer in Leeds.

In 1998, the company became the first British retailer to make a pre-tax profit of over £1 billion, although subsequently it went into a sudden slump, which took the company, its shareholders, who included hundreds of thousands of small investors, and nearly all retail analysts and business journalists, by surprise. In November 2009, it was announced that Marc Bolland, formerly of Morrisons, would take over as chief executive from executive chairman Stuart Rose in early 2010; Rose remained in the role of non-executive chairman until he was replaced by Robert Swannell in January 2011.