HotUKDeals Of The Day - Thursday 30th April (not May)

30 April 2009

Get yourself a load of these everyone – some of the sizzlingest bargains we’ve spied over at HotUKDeals over the last day or so.

It’s been a particularly fruitful day over there and there’s plenty more that we didn’t have room for – Street Fighter 4, a £10 meal deal and a bumper Beavis & Butthead box set are all up for grabs too.

Do you fancy getting away from it all for a while and spending some time in a hotel which, for all you know, could be covered in other people’s germs? Now you can, and save some money thanks to a friends and family link posted by a generous HUKDer.

The offer covers hotel stays at Holiday Inn Express, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza, Staybridge Suites and Intercontinental Hotels and can be used in those hotels worldwide. Click through to HUKD to find out more about how to get your cheap hotel stay in what could potentially be a Swine Flu kingdom (other hotel chains may also be riddled with infections.)

Next, an offer that could help transport you to your mini death flu break – 350,000 cheap seats on board trains up and down the East Coast. Who knows, you might even catch that fatal dose on the train itself, and die alone in your hotel room once you arrive.

Friday 1st May you can get cheap off-peak, single fares for just £9 anywhere along the National Express East Coast train line, including London, Peterborough, Doncaster, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow & Inverness. Good luck.

Finally, an offer for people who are already sick, or unemployed, or old, or all unfortunate enough to be all three. It’s a lower tariff from BT aimed at those who are feeling the pinch the most at the moment.

It’s called BT basic and costs just £4.50 for line rental per month, which includes £1.50 call credit. If you follow the link, you can find out if you’re eligible and how you can apply for this tasty phone-flavoured offer.

(deals found by Laura8192, lucerysmum and kebedom)

TOPICS:   Travel

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