Marks & Spencer has pledged hundreds of pounds worth of vouchers to the Macmillan Cancer Relief charity's online campaign.
On 1 October, from 9am to 11pm, Marks & Spencer will give away £100 every hour at www.connectwomen.com as part of a campaign to encourage women to "give the Internet a go for Macmillan Cancer Relief."
In addition the first two thousand orders placed on Marks & Spencer lingerie products featured on the site and ordered by telephone through Marks & Spencer Direct between 27 September and 9 October will get free delivery. Marks & Spencer will donate the usual £2.95 delivery fee to Macmillan Cancer Relief.
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