HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 23rd June

23 June 2010

hukd_logob1 If you’re an England fan, why not try taking your mind off the impending match and indulge in some retail therapy. Here’s some stuff that you might want to buy – and it’s all cheap!

Everything here comes highly recommended by the good folks at HotUKDeals – a most discerning bunch.

Bitterwallet - tesco logoWe ‘kick off’ today (do you like the use of footballing terminology there? Neat isn’t it?) with a clothing sale at Tesco, top supermarket. There’s loads to choose from, unless it’s all gone. We haven’t checked to be honest.

There’s up to 50% off regular prices, but for today only, there’s a further 30% off! At the end of the day, we’re over the moon with that one Brian. Whatever that means…

705603Next comes an offer that will help you provide you with a lifetime of olives in your back (or front) garden. It’s a free olive tree – all you pay is the postage.

Of course, olives have strong Italian connotations and if it all goes tits up for Signor Capello later on, you might feel more inclined to just smash up the nearest olive tree. Or any tree. Poor olives. Poor trees.

701471Finally, something that might help to relieve the suffering. No, not the suffering caused by a bunch of over-hyped dunderheaded millionaires failing to beat plucky Slovenia (not that we think they won’t) but the miserable suffering caused by hay fever.

You can get a pack of 30 10 mg cetirizine tablets for only 79p delivered right now. They’re more or less the same as the popular named brand Zirtek and a month’s worth of relief from the streaming eyes, snuffling noses and the night shits. Some of us do get that form pollen you know…

(deals found by HUKD members hsg, busfan001 and ebybrit)

1 comment

  • RTB
    Re the "Free olive tree - only pay the postage" offer - going to the Fothergills Website using the offer code brings up a page listing "Olive Tree: £4.95, postage £0.00". So thats a completely and totally free olive tree, right? Wrong. You end up having to pay £4.95 anyway.

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