HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 20th July
Yes, it’s that time of the day again when we smack you right between the eyes with a trio of bargains so fierce that they cannot be contained by mankind nor drugs nor iron bars. It’s Deals Of The Day.
As per forever, it all comes to you courtesy of HotUKDeals…
The school summer holidays are almost here and if you’re a parent, there’s probably just one thing on your mind – what’s the easiest and cheapest way to get them out of the house and into the fresh air? Ideally without them ending up injured and/or maimed.
Now you can do that and save yourself a few quid into the process thanks to a massive outdoor toy sale from Argos. There’s bubble blowers, boules, cricket sets, giant snakes and ladders and a seaside bucket and spade set (among other things) starting from as little as 74p.
There are a few things in life that you should never skimp on. We can’t really think of any of them right now though… except for toilet tissue! We’re happy to recommend the Triple Velvet brand of toilet tissue, especially as you can get a 16-roll pack for only £5.00 at the moment.
Plus, with Triple Velvet, you’re not just wiping your tush, you’re also helping to keep the planet alive. Apparently they plant hundreds of thousands of saplings every year to ensure that each and every tree they use is replaced with 3 new ones. Or something.
Finally, the chance to put a large amount of boom into your room, without forking out a massive amount of cash-money into the process. Yes, you (probably) guessed it – it’s the Logitech LS21 2.1 Speaker System and apparently it will add vibrancy and super-smooth sound quality to all your favourite audio, delivering rich and balanced sounds for your ears.
Bad news for those of you who were hoping to add vibrancy and super-smooth sound quality to all your favourite audio, delivering rich and balanced sounds for your nose, biceps or glutes. Never mind though, because it’s the speaker system is only £14.99.
(deals found by HUKD users stockie, tanveerm and rodrego)
TOPICS: High Street News