The New Marks & Spencer Website is now live in Qatar!

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

The new website, marksandspencerme.com offers customers an enhanced way to shop with M&S, with greater choices and better availability including more sizes, styles and colours. The localised website showcases tailored content, products and promotions that are relevant to the region. It features prices in Qatari riyal and offers local-payment options too, including Visa, Mastercard, American Express (QAR not accepted) and JCB. Customers can choose from a selection of convenient delivery options and get free delivery to their home or office addresses for orders over QAR 175.

Other features on the Website include quick navigation and search, making it easy for customers to find what they want whilst ensuring a truly inspirational shopping experience. Customers can conveniently shop from M&S’s collections while on the move with the website being fully optimised for both mobile and tablet devices.

Stephen Rayfield, Vice President of Marks & Spencer MENA and Asia, said: “Online shopping continues to grow in popularity in Qatar as customers look for more choice and greater convenience. Our new flagship website delivers a more compelling browsing and shopping experience to our Qatari customers [and expatriates] and offers the best of our clothing and home collections – whenever and wherever suits them.”

In Womenswear, customers can choose from key pieces from the Autumn/Winter '18 range including stylish winter dresses, light-weight, button-down shirts; and that must-have heritage check coat for the season. Our sizes leave no one out, we have sizes for maternity wear, petite and curve collections as well as no-peep shirts and dresses. M&S’s renowned quality and innovative lingerie including bras, knickers, shapewear and sleepwear in delicate and feminine colours and prints will also be available.

In Menswear, the range contains all the must-have pieces across casual and formalwear, whilst in kids wear, M&S is a one-stop-shop for high quality, on-trend baby and kids clothing including daywear, accessories, nightwear and essentials.

Customers can also give their homes a makeover at M&S’s home department online, which offers the brand’s renowned quality cotton bed linen, with a thread count that goes up to 400, as well as Egyptian-cotton towels featuring StayNEWtechnology, which works to keep them looking and feeling brand new, wash after wash.

The launch is in line with M&S’s international growth strategy, where M&S will continue to reach customers through its fully-localised websites and aims to provide a more inviting and inspiring online shopping experience.

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By AnnaSmith• 2 months 2 weeks ago.
AnnaSmith

Cool, I want something fashionable for the winter. Maybe these coats and jackets: https://www.kislly.com/top-10-winter-coats-and-jackets-for-women/

By WereHerkk• 3 months 1 week ago.
WereHerkk

Elegant and stylish too!

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