HotUKDeals Of The Day - Monday 23rd February

Welcome to our afternoon sideshow, where hot offers flicker and flutter tantalisingly before your eyes like drunken nymphs in a disco. We talk of course of Deals Of The Day.

So sit back, strap on your special relaxing hands, crane your neck OVER HERE and look at these bargains. Stare deeply into their eyes, they’re not afraid of you so you shouldn’t be fearful of them. Only fear the power of HotUKDeals, from whence they came.

First up, if you’re a Sky subscriber, you can get your hands on a BOGOF deal with Pizza Hut. Go here to find out which internetular hoops you’ll need to jump through in order to finally get a couple of PH pizzas for the same price as you’d always pay in a non-franchised shop.

Hopefully the whole thing will help to try and take some of the sting out of the fact that the price of Sky’s full package is nothing short of a disgrace, particularly if you’ve got multiroom and HD heaped on top as well. God, that’s taken some of the fun out of the proceedings. Enjoy your dinner though.

Queen – what a band eh?. When you’re 15. Although, to be fair, they’re still about a squillion times more fun than modern losers like The Kooks or White Lies. Now you can bag a 2-disc DVD with all of their classic early hits on it – just £8.49.

Marvel at Freddie Mercury’s rampantly-heterosexual 1970s peacocking. Christ, we didn’t have a clue did we? Behold Brian May’s hair, still EXACTLY the same in 2009 as it was 35 years ago. Probably something to do with his interest in astronomy. And he made his guitar out of an old fireplace you know. Oh, I could go on all day….

But I won’t, because there’s just time for one more super-bargain and it’s this – a 24cm frying pan for just a fiver (RRP £13.69) just in time for Shrove Tuesday, which is TOMORROW!

Yes, we hadn’t realised either. There doesn’t seem to be a night of pancake-dedicated programming across the BBC, for the first time in about 50 years, and ITV1 aren’t showing The Christopher Biggins Pancake Pantomime Showboat, a massive break in tradition. They’ll be telling us the FA Cup means nothing next…

(deals found by rumpelstiltskin1, bigflump and Lola_81)


  • Jimbo
    You can't celebrate Shrove Tuesday on the BBC - it would offend certain people. It would not be politically correct. So say the Guardian readers.
  • -=Mike H.
    It's Jif lemon day not shrove tuesday, you massive utter complete bunch of numpty monkeys!

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