HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 20th October

hukd_logob1 Gorgeous George Osborne might well have signed a financial death warrant for thousands of us earlier today, which is all the more reason why we need to ruthlessly hunt down and capture bargains whenever they appear. So here’s some now.

Don’t thank us (or Osborne) – thank HotUKDeals instead.

781483_1First up is a big bag of books that will cause most young children to squeal with delight. Actually, it probably won’t – you’ll be better of bunging them a huge bag of fizzy sweets and a few bottles of cheap orange pop instead. Mind you, squealing kids are very overrated.

But back to the bag of books, ten of them in total. They’re all written by the high priestess of pre-school literature, Julia Donaldson and they include classics like The Gruffalo, A Squash And A Squeeze and The Smartest Giant In Town. All for just £9.99 delivered.

781740_1Next comes some fantastic news if you’ve been sorely affected by the government’s spending review earlier today and are planning to meet up with your Tory or Lib Dem MP in the near future to discuss their blueprint for a fucked Britain.

It’s a total of 30 free range eggs for the paltry (poultry) amount of just £3.00. You could use them to present to your MP as a thank you for doing their very best to ensure that everything in the country will be alright after all. We weren’t suggesting for a minute that you should try and land a couple of them right in the middle of their thick heads.

781781_1Finally, a recurring favourite here at Deals Of The Day – cheap memory. In particular, an 8GB SDHC Class 10 memory card from Transcend. Enough space to store millions of memories – memories of the days when thousands of us didn’t have to live on the streets in cages made out of upturned feral trolleys.

But beware because the memory card comes AT A PRICE! Fortunately that price is a cheap one – only £9.00 delivered. Start storing your rememberings NOW!

(deals found by HUKD members Rhys135, Simon Collins and newKlear)

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