MARKS and Spencer has launched a 50 per cent off sale in aim of raising money for the NHS.
The sale, called the Rainbow Sale, sees thousands of items of womenswear, menswear, children’s clothes and lingerie slashed by half.
M&S will then donate 10% of the purchase price, excluding VAT, of all Rainbow Sale items to NHS Charities Together.
It is one of many sales the store has running at the moment. Others include up to 20 per cent off certain womenswear items, 30 per cent off lingerie and 20 per cent off furniture when you spend £999.
The clothing shop hasn’t said how long the sale will run for.
We’ve asked M&S if it will continue when its stores reopen after the coronavirus outbreak and when it will finish online and we will update this article when we hear back.
The sale items can only be sent with a standard delivery, which costs £3.50 or is free when you spend £50 or over.
You should make sure you tell M&S if you're self-isolating, and think carefully before ordering non-essentials if you're struggling financially.
Of course, just because something is in the sale that doesn't make it a good deal so always compare prices elsewhere first.
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Here are our top picks from the sale:
Petite Printed Midi Shirt Dress
Was £45, now £22. Saving: £23
In a jazzy print, black and white colour with speckled pink brush strokes and buttoned up style, this shirt dress is perfect for day, night, work and free time.
The style is flattering and can be easily dressed up or dressed down, depending on your mood.
It’s made from lightweight viscose so can be worn year-round too.
Principles have a similar style but it is more expensive for £24.50.
Stiletto Heel Pointed Court Shoes
Was £19.50, now £9. Saving: £10.50
At just £9 for a pair, these court shoes are the perfect style and price to update your wardrobe without having to splash your cash.
A similar style are these suedette courts from New Look which are slightly more expensive at £12.59.
The colour closest to M&S’ terracotta colour though is sold out, so you will have to buy black instead.
The closest colour-wise are these rust-coloured court shoes from Simply Be, which are more expensive at £30.
Skinny Fit Stretch Chinos
Were £19.50, now £5.99. Saving: £13.51
These chinos are perfect for the summer and can also be dressed up or down.
The dark green would also suit many skin tones, so they are flattering on all people.
TM Lewin have a similar style – but slim fit rather than skinny – in sea green. They are on sale at £29.95, previously £59.95.
Cotton polo shirt
Was £15, now £5.99. Saving: £9.01
A polo shirt is a timeless addition to any persons’ wardrobe – so now is the chance to get one if you haven’t.
The simple and clean design features no extra motifs or details, just two simple white buttons.
It can be worn buttoned or unbuttoned, depending on your mood.
Those who like big brands, M&M have a French Connection shirt, with a small motif, available for £11.99.
Cotton Palm Tree Print Shirt (2-7 Years)
Was £10, now £5. Saving: £5
Want something a bit smarter for your youngster? Then this is the perfect shirt.
Light in colour, fun print, it’s bound to be loved by your kids.
A similar design, in mint green, is on sale at H&M for £7.99.
Louisa Lace Plunge Bra A-E
Was £12, now £5. Saving: £7
This lacy plunge bra is a perfect addition to your lingerie draw and at £5 it is a steal.
The style is flattering on most breast sizes and M&S still have a range of sizes in stock.
A navy bra from Debenhams is a similar style and is on sale for £11.60.
Shirred Striped Jumpsuit (2-7 Years)
Was £14, now £5. Saving £9
A jumpsuit is a great outfit option to have when your kids still want to have the freedom to move around but be a bit more protected from the sun.
This comfortable and cool jumpsuit is a great go – to for your little ones.
There aren’t that many similar designs to that jumpsuit, but Shein also has a shirred jumpsuit for girls in pastel colours for £15.49.
Marks and Spencer isn't the only shop having a super sale.
Next has launched a 75% off sale across some of its most popular clothes.
We've also created a list of where to buy cheapest school uniform for when they reopen on June 1.
And shoppers can now get £70-worth of high street clothing for £35 with new ‘Lost Stock’ boxes.
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