Marks & Spencer and Ocado launch full home delivery today – here’s how to get one

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M&S and Ocado have rolled out a system allowing Britons to get Marks & Spencer home delivery for the first time. Customers can order 6,000 M&S food items to their homes as of today.

Other brands and Ocado products are also available, giving shoppers 50,000 options.

Marks & Spencer has taken over from Waitrose, which was previously in partnership with Ocado.

M&S Food Managing Director Stuart Machin said of the new partnership: “One year ago today, we began the joint venture with Ocado so that customers can access the full range of delicious, great quality M&S Food products online.

“The team has worked really hard to make this happen and from today, customers can view the existing range of M&S products on the Ocado website as well as hundreds of new ones.

“Our customers can be confident that they will enjoy even better choice and even better value, whether they are shopping in-store or online.”

Marks and Spencer has been busy preparing a whole new range in the lead up to the new partnership.

Its Remarksable Value range is designed to offer everyday items at lower prices for shoppers who are used to seeing budget-friendly own-brand products at other supermarkets.

The move will, happily, make an Ocado shop cheaper too.

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Which? researchers checked the prices of 30 grocery and household items on Ocado.com, comparing the Marks and Spencer brand with the Waitrose-own brand.

The grocery shop comparison included penne pasta, chopped tomatoes, bananas and kitchen roll.

The study showed shoppers would spend £2.74 less on the Marks and Spencer basket.

The full list of 30 items at Marks and Spencer cost £43.84, while the current Waitrose range would set you back a more expensive £46.58.

Which supermarkets offer same day delivery currently? 

Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons offer same day delivery service for shoppers.

The supermarket chain launched Sainsbury’s Chop Chop service in selected areas.

Using the Chop Chop app, customers can choose their favourite Sainsbury’s products that will be delivered during a one-hour slot.

Shoppers have been able to pick up Morrisons products during the coronavirus crisis through Amazon.

Amazon Prime members can get same day delivery on these products when they spend more than £40.

Tesco offers same-day delivery for customers who order before 1pm, according to a statement on its website.

Customers can check if there is a slot available that day by looking on the website.

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