HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 24th February

hukd_logob1 Today’s late late bargain round-up brings you booze, the soothing narration of Brian Cant and a trolley-load of reduced groceries.

If you like that, get over to HotUKDeals where you’ll find more more more…

617888Now generating some major warmness over at HotUKDeals is a big old list of current deals to be had at Tesco, as provided by diligent dealketeer nicster08.

The offers are all valid as of now and some go on until March 7th. There’s food, cleaning products, hair care stuff, everything but the kitchen sink. You’ll have to go to Homebase for that.

618640Next up, one of Britain’s best-selling beers, that has an image tarnished by its unfortunate and unfair nickname of “Wife Beater” – Stella Artois. In truth, we’re led to believe that it can cause unmarried men to domestically violentise their common law partners as well. Truly shocking.

But, if you promise not to drink too much of it then start getting brutal against the ladyfolk, you can get a pack of 15 x 440ml cans of the fizzy headtwister for the knockout price of just £7.99. Remember, drink responsibly and always sort out your differences by talking AND listening to each other.

618518Finally, a trip down Memory Avenue to a time when DVDs would have been written off as a frightening futuristic dream gone bad. Then capture some of the best children’s TV of that time and bring it back, before putting it on three of those very silver DVDs.

If you’re still following this, we’re talking about Camberwick Green, Trumpton and Chigley and you can get a box set containing the whole caboodle (39 episodes in all for just £6.85 right now. You love it you Cants.

(deals found by HUKD members nicster08, Jakejakejake and lucerysmum)


  • andy y.
    He wasn't known as Brain Cant to his colleagues
  • Mark P.
    Gosh, that is an unbelievable price! £7.99 for 440 Netherlands (nl) worth of beer.
  • Brian
    Hi, Brian here. I've told you bullies not to make funnies of my name before. I am BRIAN, not Brian Caunt.

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