Deals Of The Day - Wednesday 4th April

hulk Looking for something to over the Easter weekend now that the UK has somehow reverted from summer back to winter? Fancy indulging yourself in the angry retro antics of The Incredible Hulk? Come closer and see what WE’VE got for you then…

Back in the 1970s, there were fewer scarier sights on our TV screens than scientist David Banner getting a bit cross and his clothes tearing apart as he transformed himself into The Incredible Hulk. Right now, you can scare yourself witless by heading over to iTunes and downloading all 15 episodes from the first series of the show – and it’ll only cost you £1.89. A piffling sum for over 12 hours of green-skinned entertainment. Subsequent series are £19.99 each, but we’re sure you’ll be plenty hooked and hand over your cash for those too.


* Spartacus: Blood and Sand & Gods of the Arena (6-disc Blu-ray box set) – only £26.96.

*  Four fresh sausage rolls - yours for 50p.

* Yakuza 4 (PS3) – only £8.86.

* 16GB Class 10 SDHC memory cards (twin pack) – only £10.39.

*  18-pack of Wildlife Fromage Frais yoghurts for just £1.00.

* Heroes: The Complete Collection (seasons 1-4 – 18-disc Blu-ray box set) – yours for just £30.56.

* PS3 DualShock 3 controller – only £29.95.

* Blur (PC) – download for only £3.75.

*  16GB Sandisk Cruzer Blad USB flash drive - just £7.49.

*  Four tins of Napolina tomatoes (plum and chopped) - only £1.50.

*  A pair of Kappa trainers - only £5.00.

* Metro 2033 - Classics (Xbox 360) – just £4.95.

* Mass Effect 3 (PC) – yours for only £17.00.

* Nerf Vortex Proton - RRP £12.99, now £5.00 delivered.

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


  • Mike H.
    Reads like the shopping list of a 3 nippled child snatching, Kappa wearing postal worker, hell bent on exacting his revenge on some nice white pussy, armed to the teeth with Nerf and skills honed during hours of endless gaming.
  • Alan's m.
    yes yes that's right

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