EAT OUT TO HELP OUT AT M&S CAFES

On Monday (3 August) M&S is re-opening a further 102 cafes, bringing the total number open across the UK for dine-in to 303.

All of these cafes are ready for customers to dine-in with confidence and take advantage of the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme which kicks off on Monday. Customers will be able to enjoy half-price delicious hot food and drink Monday to Wednesday – saving up to £10 per person.

In addition to taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, M&S has passed the savings from the hospitality VAT cut directly onto customers – meaning it’s never been better value for a coffee and a slice of cake. Every single item has already been reduced in price.

Since re-opening our cafes, M&S has sold over 900,000 hot drinks, 175,000 scones, 130,000 toasties and 50,000 toasted teacakes. Below are seven examples of the fantastic value on offer to customers:

    • Flat White

Old Price: £2.70, New Price: £2.36, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £1.18

    • Bacon Bun

Old Price: £3.75, New Price: £3.28, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £1.64

    • Toasted Teacake

Old Price: £1.95, New Price: £1.71, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £0.86

    • Cheese & Ham Toastie

Old Price: £4.50, New Price: £3.94, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £1.97

    • Smashed Avocado on Toast

Old Price: £4.50, New Price: £3.94, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £1.97

    • Honey Roast Salmon & Prawn Salad

Old Price: £6.95, New Price: £6.08, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £3.04

    • Tomato & Basil Soup

Old Price: £4.25, New Price: £3.72, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £1.86

    • Freshly Baked Jacket Potato with Tuna & Sweetcorn

Old Price: £5.25, New Price: £4.59, Eat Out to Help Out Price: £2.30

Shop, Eat & Drink with Confidence

Over 200 M&S Cafes have been open for dine-in for several weeks now, while all M&S Foodhalls have remained open throughout this unprecedented time. From Braehead to Belfast, Cardiff to Canterbury, M&S colleagues are focused on ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all M&S customers meaning they can shop, drink and eat with confidence. For M&S cafes this includes:

  • Hand sanitiser stations at or near the entrance of every café
  • Clear signage throughout the café to encourage social distancing
  • Perspex screens installed at every café till, with M&S continuing to encourage contactless payments
  • Hand-washing every 30 mins for colleagues, with additional washing immediately after handling cash
  • All tables minimum of 1m apart, while 2m distance encouraged where possible
  • Individual condiments instead of shared bottles
  • All trays, tables & chairs sanitised by colleagues after every use

In addition to the 303 cafes open for dine-in, a further 17 cafes will be open for takeaway only. The full list can be found below.

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