HotUKDeals Of The Day - Thursday 29th July

29 July 2010

hukd_logob1 Pizza, pasta, pop, electronics, and jeans. That’s what we assumed you’d want to hear about today as our eternal quest for special offers carries on unabated.

Of course, there are plenty more bargains to be had at HotUKDeals...

728982_1First off, here’s one that we’re going to be very quick about because it’s a very hot deal and they’re selling out fast so have a look and get on it and order some if you think it’s a good deal even though we think it is but you’d better hurry right?

Phew – what a sentence! It’s pairs of Soul Cal Deluxe distressed jeans and they’re only £5.00 a pair and you might think they look shite but it’s all about taste and a fiver is really cheap so have a think about it.

728585_1Next comes a cavalcade of electronic gadgetry that is on special offer. Firstly, we’ve got the Toshiba BDX2000 Blu-ray player with 12-month Lovefilm subscription that we’ve featured before – only £89.99. But, if you spend another £10.01, you’ll get a £20 voucher back!

Then there’s the Nintendo DSi in black (which will make you look a bit sinister) and is only £99.99. Or there’s the Apple iPod Nano, massively reduced to £99 for the 8GB version or £115 for the 16GB model. Free delivery in there too. Sweet as mustard.

728730_1Finally, we’ve got something to console yourself with in case you didn’t get the cheap jeans you were after. A chance to pig out and ensure that you wouldn’t have fitted into them anyway.

It’s the Happy Hour offer at Pizza Hut – a fiver will get you a pizza (from a limited range of choices) or pasta or salad, a garlic bread and a drink. Soon, you’ll be waddling off down the high street like a dying bee, wondering what the fuck happened and forgetting you’d ever wanted the jeans.

(deals found by HUKD members nickoo0, supergran, bobertini, shaunm360 and spic)

TOPICS:   Restaurants   Technology   Gadgets   Games

1 comment

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