HotUKDeals Of The Day - Tuesday 20th October
Welcome to Bitterwallet’s round-up of the hottest deals around at the moment, all courtesy of the hot website HotUKDeals, where hot deals can be found.
We’ve received an official complaint about the unfettered excitement that Deals Of The Day has been provoking in certain parts of the country, so for today, we’ve promised to keep things nice and simple.
Bottled water. What the hell can we find to say that’s interesting and witty about a large quantity of bottled water? Not a lot – we could point out that paying for water is a ridiculous act of folly and mention that the excessive plastic packaging contributes towards the deaths of many small penguins.
Or we could just alert you to the fact that you can get a 12-pack of 33cl bottles of Evian for just 88p in a supermarket offer that is available both instore and online. There, that seems to have done the trick.
Vanish Oxi Action Intelligence. What the hell can we find to say about Vanish Oxi Intelligence that might make you sit up and pay attention? Well, we could mention that if you try snorting it off a glass coffee table you’ll probably be fucked in the head for a very long period of time. But we’re not about to test that theory so we won’t.
Perhaps we should just alert you to a deal which will get you a 500g tub of the stuff with an extra 165g free. That’s for the minuscule sum of just £2.00 when the RRP of the 500g tub is £4.16. There, that seems to have done the trick.
Crisps. What the hell can we find to say that’s interesting and witty about a massive quantity of crisps? We could mention that, erm, well we could tell you that, um… crisps are… nope, we’ve got nothing on crisps.
Maybe we should just not bother trying and tell you that you can get a 32-pack box of Walkers crisps for just £3.00, which works out at something in the region of 9p a packet. There, that seems to have done the trick.
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(deals found by HUKD members PeterG, lucerysmum and bargainhunter2009)