M&S Abbeycentre Announces Golden Ticket Giveaway

The first 200 customers to enter the new-look M&S Foodhall at Abbeycentre are in for a treat as 200 ‘golden tickets’ will be handed out. The new Foodhall opens at Abbeycentre on Wednesday 4th December at 10am.

Come and discover your new bigger, better, fresher M&S Foodhall. There’s so much to see and explore in-store – twice as much fruit and veg from our Fresh Market Specials produce at just 65p each, a larger bakery offering an expansive range of fresh breads and bakes and bigger grocery and frozen departments. With a wider choice, from everyday staples to treats for special occasions, we’ve got all you need to pick up a weekly shop for the family.

Customers who visit on 4th December could be in with a chance of receiving  a £200 gift card, while other prizes include two £100 gift cards, as well as £20 and £5* off vouchers to use towards in-store shops.

Store Manager, Colin McGreevy said: “There is a real buzz locally around the new-look Foodhall opening and to add to this excitement our first 200 customers will be offered the chance to win some treats to mark the occasion.”

The store will be open:

  • Monday-Friday: 9am – 10pm
  • Saturday: 8am – 9pm
  • Sunday: 1pm – 6pm
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