Marks & Spencer Jorvick BP is located at BP, 128 Lawrence St, York YO10 3EB, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Marks & Spencer Jorvick BP and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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leila sisalem

1 Google Rating

NOT OPEN 24 HOURS ? Was refused entry into shop early morning 5:30 am because of delivery taking pla

1/ 5

NOT OPEN 24 HOURS ? Was refused entry into shop early morning 5:30 am because of delivery taking place and was told it would take 30 mins. I did not need petrol but you wouldn’t be able to do this either. Just thought like to warn people so they don’t waste their time. Two members of staff also looked smug about it.

Reening Lau

3 Google Rating

A lot pricier than the usual convenience store but it is open 24 hours. Worth a visit if you're in n

3/ 5

A lot pricier than the usual convenience store but it is open 24 hours. Worth a visit if you're in need of a quick bite but if you don't plan on spending extra quid, this isn't the place for you.

Przemyslaw Domachowski

5 Google Rating

Good place for quick shipping. Prices are high, bit it's expected from m&s inside petrol station.

5/ 5

Good place for quick shipping. Prices are high, bit it's expected from m&s inside petrol station.

Alex Scott

2 Google Rating

Claims to be open 24 hours, but is definitely not. Staff refuse to serve you if you are "too late"

2/ 5

Claims to be open 24 hours, but is definitely not. Staff refuse to serve you if you are "too late"

Luke Barrett

1 Google Rating

Overpriced. With other shops close by. Long ques not enough staff go in to pay for petrol you wanna

1/ 5

Overpriced. With other shops close by. Long ques not enough staff go in to pay for petrol you wanna be in and out not waiting in a 10 minute que

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