Deals Of The Day - Wednesday 23rd May

23 May 2012

xlarge_234022feef999330169a037f4c15c3c2 Let’s go back in time, to a Britain that knew nothing of the anime genre. All we had was The Flumps, Mr Benn and a whiff of the future courtesy of Battle Of The Planets. Then along came Akira and everything changed overnight.

Set in an imagined Tokyo in 2019, in the wake of World War III, the film tells the story of two high school drop-outs who stumble on a secret government project to develop new weapons - telekinetic humans. That’s all we’re telling you because it gets a bit confusing after that. Some have called it ‘the definitive anime masterpiece’ while others referred to it as “a stunning visual experience and a disturbing vision of the future”. Today, you can call it ‘that Blu-ray that I just ordered off of the internet for only £5.00.” TRUTH BOMB!


• Bosch XEO cordless lithium-ion multi cutter – only £14.99.

• Sandisk Ultra 60GB SSD – just £39.98.

• Dead Island (PC) – only £7.99.

•  25% off credit/debit card orders with Hungry House online takeaway.

•  Bulmer's pear and original cider (8 x 568ml) - only £6.89.

• Hugo 3D (includes 2D version, Blu-ray) – yours for only £8.95.

•  Return flights form Manchester or Gatwick to Aruba - just £228.98 per person.

• Samsung full HD 51” 3D Plasma smart TV (Freeview HD, wi-ii) with optional 3D glasses twin pack for £25 - just £799.95.

• Transcend 32GB class 4 microSDHC card with adapter – only £12.99 delivered.

• Xbox 360 Kinect and power adapter (pre-owned) – only £49.99.

• MSI Radeon HD 6850 HDMI graphics card (1GB GDDR5 dual DVI) – just £87.28 delivered.

All those and more can be found over at HotUKDeals...


  • Mike H.
    Nice one Andy! Looks like some old cunt has dropped their shopping list for stuff for their grandchild on the way to withdraw their entire life savings for their little scroats iPad and uni tuition fees where they'll probably just dick about acting like a twat and piss it up the wall only to graduate with a 3rd and work in screwfix.
  • Andy D.
    It's 'scrotes' actually. But thanks for playing.
  • vibeone
    I've heard Mike Hock's mum loves a good hard HDMI graphics card, if you *know* what I *mean*.
  • Mike H.
    Love it when all people have is to pick up on spelling and jokes about ones mum. Thanks FAKE & GAI Andy Dawson.
  • Mike H.
    Actually, it's more like scrote's, as it's possessive. You're welcome, but thanks for playing you fat cunt.
  • vibeone
    Your mum's very possessive.
  • Mof G.
    Why the complaints Mike! It's not as if you latch on to every supposed error in an article and moan about them over and over again is it!
  • vibeone
    Mof... it's because he still 'latches on' to his mum most days.

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