HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 7th October

7 October 2009

hukd_logob1A year ago, the items featured in our first ever Deals Of The Day were a glass eye, a gadget with no name and a bag of ankle bandages. Statistics showed that none of you made a purchase.

Here’s hoping we’ve worked out how to do this now. Some stuff you might like then, at bargain prices, from HotUKDeals

484329Let’s kick off in style – with a13 amp extension lead that has four sockets and when fully unfurled stretches for an astonishing 18 metres. That’s the same length as one of Usain Bolt’s super-strides. Cowabunga!

If you fancy one, they’re only £6.00 at the moment, and if you own the World’s Most Amazing Snake, it’ll probably even double as a companion/electric lover for that. Cowabunga! Again.

imagesNext comes an array of delightful Disney DVDs that all the family can enjoy. But mostly the younger elements of the family. Because, let’s face it, they’re not proper films like The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button or The Bad News Bears.

You can get them for £8.00 each or two for £12.00. Just don’t confuse them with the counterfeit ‘Disley’ range – movies like Robin Hod, The Incrediballs and Alan In Sunderland are not what you’re after.

484769Finally, just a heads up that Marks & Spencer are running their sumptuous ‘Dine In For £10’ offer again this weekend, running from Thursday until Sunday. Use the codewords ‘Bitterwallet Birthday’ at the checkout before you buy your items and you’ll get a funny look.

The menu is too long to mention here, but HotUKDeals has got it all in full. Actually, the first time the ‘Dine In For £10’ offer was on, we went into M&S with a picnic table and some chairs – we thought you had to eat the food in the shop! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

(deals found by HUKD members Trentend, emzyb and calico_cat)

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