HotUKDeals Of The Day - Friday 17th April

17 April 2009

Come one come all and take a look at Bitterwallet’s big, beautiful bloomers. Of course, by ‘bloomers’ we actually mean ‘bargains’ and by ‘big’ and ‘beautiful’ we mean ‘big’ and ‘beautiful.’

Also, by ‘Bitterwallet’s’ we actually mean ‘HotUKDeals’ ‘cos that’s where we found them. Doesn’t mean we can’t share them with you – after all, it’s the internet and EVERYTHING’S FREE!

If you’re on the lookout for a massive bucket, you’ve chanced upon the right website here. We can point you in the direction of a giganormous 42-litre flexi bucket that can be had for a piffling £1.69.

HUKD users heartily recommend the bucket for keeping drinks cool in at barbecues, using as a washing basket, planting potatoes in and catching the heads of guillotined tramps. Nice.

Who fancies a milk war? Yay!! In the green corner of our dairy battle is a two litre bottle of Yeo Valley semi-skimmed organic milk – normally about £1.60 but currently going for just 30p.

In the purple corner of our cow juice showdown is The One milk from Robert Wiseman dairies, containing just one percent of fat. Again, it’s a two litre bottle and it’s only 60p. The choice is yours… which side are you on?

Finally, here’s what looks like the best 0% credit card deal on the market at the moment – the Virgin card, which gives you 0% on balance transfers for a whoppingly long 16 months.

As ever, don’t forget to read the small print. Once the 0% period is up, the interest rate rises pretty steeply. And every millionth customer receives a surprise visit from Branson in middle of the night, where he rubs his beard against your cheek for a solid minute.

(deals found by Xtina fan, Mr Hunter, flamex and barceloneta)

1 comment

  • acecatcher3
    If you’re on the lookout for a massive bucket, you’ve chanced upon the right website here. We can point you in the direction of a giganormous 42-litre flexi bucket that can be had for a piffling £1.69. ^^^^ that did make me chuckle

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