HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 3rd June

3 June 2009

Here’s today’s finest bargains that have been scooped up and held tight against our chest after we rescued them from the rabid clutches of the dangerous maniacs at HotUKDeals.

Honestly folks, they didn’t want to give them up – they should bugger off and get themselves some monkey babies instead.

Let’s start with the great British summer and its long-standing traditions. There’s nothing that screams ‘Summertime’ more than getting the family together and toddling along to your nearest Travelodge for a cream tea.

This summer, for just 99p, at selected hotels, you’ll get an extra large scone, a pot of Cornish clotted cream, plus strawberry or raspberry jam, plus a selection of teas. As traditionally British as, oh, we don’t know… signing up for an Xbox Live Gold membership?

Speaking of which, we’ve been looking closely at Microsoft’s latest exploits elsewhere on the site today so it’s only right that we highlight what seems to be a bit of a bargain if you’re looking for an XBox Live 12 month Gold membership.

It’s available online, so you can get stuck into it as soon as you purchase it, and is available for a knock-down £28.95. Amateur and professional mathematicians alike will have deduced that it works out at only £2.41 a month, a nifty deal indeed.

Finally, back to them Travelodges. If you’re languishing in one that’s near to Chessington World Of Adventures or Alton Towers, you could be in for another major saving extravaganza.

A parent and toddler ticket can be had at Alton Towers for £12, including free parking and a free hot drink, while at Chessington, a parent and toddler can get admission together for only £13. Just be careful not to spew up your cream tea on the big rides.

(deals found by Newbold, Xbox 360, beccas_mummy and ilovepink)

TOPICS:   Games

3 comments

  • Adam2050
    Kakas cheaper @ 73 million
  • Luke W.
    Beautiful segue from cream teas to XBOX's Dawson, keep it up (the superb writing style not your... threpence, you know what I mean)
  • Xero s.
    [...] Cream tea image courtesy of BitterWallet [...]

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