HotUKDeals Of The Day - Thursday 9th September

9 September 2010

hukd_logob1 Imagine driving around in a brand new car, listening to the latest highly-acclaimed musical sounds while making countless phone calls and sending texts (but only after you’ve pulled over and stopped the car, obviously)

That could be your life as of right now. Don’t thank us, thanks HotUKDeals

754072_1Our first offer has been generating some violent heat over the past day but is only one for you if you’ve got a spare £11,000 poking out of your back pocket. If indeed such a thing is even possible.

It’s a Honda Civic 1.8 I-VTEC and it’s only £10,999.00, some many thousands of pounds less than you’d normally pay in the UK. Get over to HUKD for more specs as well as the usual bickering about this, that and the other from people who know everything about everything.

754103_1Next, something that, at least in terms of size, is the exact opposite of a 1.8 Honda Civic – it’s a SIM card. A T-Mobile one no less, and it’s part of a SIM-only deal that will get you 600 minutes, unlimited texts and 3GB of data per month.

If you partake in it, you’ll need to sign up to a contract of 12 months, but when we tell you that you’ll get all of those bits and bobs for just £10.00 per month, we’re sure you’ll be throwing your children out of the way in order to get to the phone and order it for yourself.

754054_1Finally, we move on to pop music and prizes. This week saw the announcement of the 2010 Mercury Music Prize, the album that thousands of people will subsequently buy, only to later say “Hmmm. It wasn’t THAT good was it” We know – we bought M People’s Northern Soul a long time ago.

This year’s winners are sour-faced electro-rock duo The XX and their self-titled debut album that wowed the judges can be yours for only £3.00 in the popular mp3 format. It’s okay but at least it isn’t Mumford and his fucking sons.

(deals found by HUKD members Mire Mare, TeggyEgg and pdtim14)

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    XX is fucking fantastic, but it is the remixes contained on the singles/digital downloads that make the band.

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