HotUKDeals Of The Day - Tuesday 17th November
Whenever we try and imagine the typical Bitterwallet reader, we like to think of someone who never really grew up and spends their times playing with toys that are designed for three-year-olds while scoffing down countless bags of Monster Munch. Their one concession to the modern world is a pay-as-you-go mobile phone. Big deal.
If that’s you, then we pity you. But we don’t discriminate here so we’ve lined up some bargains that will perfectly suit your perverted lifestyle. Don’t thank us, thank HotUKDeals…
Right now, grown men and women find themselves locked in a quest that has no name and no reason for existing. No one knows why this mission has manifested itself, but there can be no doubting the fact that it has gripped the hearts and minds of the nation.
It is the search for cheap packets of Monster Munch. Amazingly, roast beef-flavoured packets of Mega Monster Munch have been sighted in stores and online for as little as 13p a packet. Others have become addled by the chase and are quoting 31p for a six-pack. Despite there being no evidence to back this up, the excited HUKD hordes are voting it hot…
Next, a phone. A cheap phone. A Nokia 5800 for only £129. Plus, if you can successfully use the code that is posted at HUKD, you’ll be picking it up for an even better £113.60. As Joe Fagin sang, “That’s livin’ alright!”
It’s a pay-as-you-go handset and will be available for making and taking calls on the popular Royal O2 network. Textular messaging and the ability to look at and share mucky pictures are also key selling points for this modern miracle.
Finally, one for the young ‘uns. The extraordinarily young ‘uns. The ones that are so extraordinarily young that you can’t even send them down the off licence with a note for your booze and tabs unless there are no roads to cross and you’ve got a pretty good view of the shop from your front door. We’re talking about the under-4s here.
The bargain in question is the (it says here) Happyland Village Playset. It normally retails at £70 but can currently be had for the Happyland price of only £31.50 delivered. It’s got shops, homes, vehicles and figures, the lot. No off licence though.
(deals found by HUKD members frost1979, jimbobgooner, geegeee-pinata and edjaned)