HotUKDeals Of The Day - Thursday 9th July

It’s the end of another day, and time to filter out some of the best bargains from the array of cut-price magic that's over at HotUKDeals.

Just missing the cut today – a £4 Blu-Ray of Mama Mia, a sale of comfortable shoes and a super-affordable Xbox 360 Pro 60gb console. Better luck next time, items…

O2 have given us so much – the huge Arena that used to be the Millennium Dome, some adverts that we can’t remember at the moment, rip-off tethering charges for the iPhone and some other stuff that we can’t remember at the moment.

Now they’re giving us broadband that COULD cost you as little as £1.12 per month. Go to HUKD then sit down with a blank piece of paper, a pencil, some headache tablets and work your way through the hoops you’ll need to jump through to get that price.

Okay then, so, how about a photo frame with a cordless phone attached on to it eh? Wow. Seems a bit like Alan Sugar’s email telephone only better. Or possibly worse. Whatever the hell it is, it’s only £24.47, which seems like a keen deal.

It says here that it has “25 name and number memories for handset, 40 for photo frame.” We don’t know if the photo frame shows the people who are calling you or whether you can dial their numbers by finding their photo then licking their face, but it’s asking us questions and that’s warmly satisfying.

Finally, if you’re one of the regular Bitterwallet naysayers who are of the opinion that this site is a pain in the arse, let us kindly point you in the direction of 24 Anusol suppositories for just £4.79. They should sort you right out.

Buy ten boxes and get free delivery. If you do, drop us a line and we’ll come round and help you insert the lot – all with the help of Jimmy The Pool Cue. Don't worry - he's not a real pool cue, but in fact he's the bloke who drives the van. He will be bringing Whompy, his enchanted baseball bat however. Ta-ra for now!

(deals found by HUKD members hippharry, whizzkid and Gimpy)


  • Tom P.
    You forgot to give a heads-up for the Sir Cliff Richard Commemorative Porcelain Plate I've bought a dozen of these, they'll will be worth loads of money when the bastard dies.
  • Neil
    Well that's the pain in the arse sorted, what about the pain in the neck (its slightly up-tight and prim cousin)? On second thoughts, don't tell me :)

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