While many of us still feel like it’s March, the fact is that 2020 is flying by.
As we enter autumn, brands have begun to release their Christmas lines.
We know… scary.
But, as there are only about 100 days until December 25, Marks and Spencer has launched its festive range.
So, if you like to get your Xmas sorted early, here’s your chance.
The fun new line up includes some fab products like a light-up gin!
Over 70 new products will come into stores this week, including 40 must-have gifts.
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Highlights from the range include the UK’s first light-up bottles of gin liquor which contain edible gold leaf for £18.
It’s sure to impress friends and family after dinner…
Plus, there are some fun collectible shortbread biscuit tins for £5 and a massive range of Percy Pig presents.
Plus, as of October 1, the M&S Christmas Food to Order site is launching.
There are over 100 festive treats available from turkey to puds which you can order ahead of time.
Around three in 10 Brits are expected to order Christmas food and gifts online in 2020.
So, snagging your spot is more important than ever.
The Food to Order range doesn’t just mean your trimmings and cheeseboard, too.
You can order from around 250 hampers, floral bouquets and food and drinks gifts.
These include the Wine Makers Edit – put together by their vino experts.
Plus, the All I Want For Christmas Hamper for £150 – it contains 13 hero products including the Light Globe Clementine Gin Liqueur and a magnum of Prosecco.
Plant-based guests need not miss out, as the Plant Kitchen No Chicken Kievs are available in a mini party food form for £5 alongside many other vegan treats.
Desserts include a glitter ‘Golden Balls’ profiterole tower which is available in-store from December 20.
Plus, boozy bargains include a £12 Chocolate Salted Caramel Brownie Cream Liqueur and a golden bottle of Conte Priuli Oro Prosecco.
Finally, traditionalists need not fear.
M&S is still selling its award-winning Collection Mince Pies at for £2.50 for six and a Triple Chocolate Panettone for £10.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like… too soon?
Well, if you’re organised you’ll be happy anyway.