HotUKDeals Of The Day - Tuesday 29th March

29 March 2011

hukd_logob1 If you’re a fan of the modern, electronic ‘crash bang wallop’ way of doing things, you’re bound to enjoy today’s DOTD offering. DVDs, sweets and data are among some of the things we’re hoping to tempt you with.

If you don’t like any of it, bugger off to HotUKDeals and find something that you actually DO like. Got that?

908444_1If the critics are to be believed, one of the most astounding television programmes of this or any other century is The Wire. As well as a compelling story and magnificent acting, it also reveals the secret of eternal youth and can moonwalk while singing God Save The Queen. Marvellous stuff.

Now you can own all five series of The Wire in one DVD box set for only £40 delivered. Even if you can’t be bothered to, or don’t want to watch the thing, you’ll still be able to feel superior to friends of yours who don’t have it.

imagesDon’t worry if The Wire isn’t your personally preferred kettle of ball games – we’ve got another home entertainment-flavoured offer that should suit you down to the ground. Movies, games and sugary snacks galore.

For only £5, you can get two movies or one movie and one game for two nights along with some cola, popcorn AND sweets from a huge list that is far too long and sugary for us to print here. We almost hurled up just from glancing at it. Still though, pretty good for a fiver.

908491_1Finally, a mobile phone offer. Statistics show that only 2% of the population own mobile phones at the moment and it’s sure to be a growth market over the coming years and decades. Okay, so our ‘statistics’ might not be the freshest, but you can prove anything with facts.

The offer in question is for a free Nokia N8, on a £20 per month tariff. For that you’ll get 750 minutes, 5000 texts and 1GB of raw, pure data to do with whatever you please. We know what you’ll do with it – you filthy wee beasties.

(deals found by HUKD members audaxero, Andyd and xaeross)

TOPICS:   Games   Technology   TV

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