Marks & Spencer brings back Kids Eat Free offering
Marks & Spencer has brought back its Kids Eat Free offering in its cafes to give parents a helping hand over the summer holidays.
Running in all M&S Cafes nationwide until 12 August, the deal gives shoppers the chance to get a free Kids’ Munch Menu breakfast or lunch for their children when they spend £5 or more in a single transaction on food or drink for adults.
The breakfast menu for kids has been introduced for the first time this summer and includes pancakes with blueberries and honey or dippy egg and soldiers for £2.95. Meanwhile, the kid’s lunch menu plus a snack and drink offer includes jacket potato with beans and sausages or a ham and cheese toastie, with both priced at £3.95.
M&S said it is expecting to give away around half a million kids meals for free over the course of this year.
Sharry Cramond, marketing & hospitality director at M&S, said: “We know parents already have enough on their plate over the school holidays, without having to worry about filling everyone else’s plates three times a day too! Our new kids’ menu is not only absolutely delicious, made with the best M&S ingredients, but we’ve worked really hard to make sure it’s also exceptional value in a year where we’re all feeling the pinch.”
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