My M&M’s Review: Personalised Sweets Make Fun-filled Treats

My M&M's review
Image courtesy of: Tracy Thompson

We review My M&M's - the personalised chocolate candy delivery service that lets you print your face and custom message onto the side of an M&M.

My M&M’s is the personalised gift division of the popular chocolate candy brand. First set up in 2004 with just a personal message, the service has evolved to the point that you can now print high resolution photographs and logos onto the side of each M&M.

This obviously has a wide appeal from corporate freebies to Valentine’s gifts to the increasingly popular trend of providing wedding favours at your big event. Prices start at just £34.50 for the basic Gift Box and there is a range of options and packaging for just about every conceivable occasion.

An all-new platform was rolled out across all 12 countries where My M&M’s are available in 2016, which makes it easy to customise and order your personalised present in a matter of minutes. In fact we review the whole process below – and also the end result that arrived from the European plant  in Alsace, France, within a matter of days.

Without providing any spoilers for the review, it’s pretty clear that we’re a big fan of My M&M’s. The ordering process is slick, the delivery prompt and reliable while the actual product is as magical as it sounds. So check out our detailed review of My M&M’s and, if you’re tempted, take advantage of our exclusive vouchercode SHOPOMO20-UK that gives you a cool 20% off the price until the end of May. Enjoy!

Image courtesy of: Tracy Thompson
  • Pick your M&M's colours
  • Personalised MY M&M's photo
    Personalised MY M&M's photo
  • Add your message
  • Pick your packaging
    Pick your packaging
  • Finish up and pay
  • My M&M's Packaging

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