HotUKDeals Of The Day - Monday 30th November

30 November 2009

hukd_logob1 If you’re someone who likes frittering away cash on random numbers, and making a note of when you’ve been watching episodes of a DVD box set, then this is the place for you.

Give thanks to the bargain-wizards at HotUKDeals

542501Ever fancied getting one of those lucrative National Lottery grants but aren’t doing anything that is worthy of one. Your time has finally come as the Lottery folks are giving away £20 to players who open a new account.

All you have to do is bung a fiver into that new account and the Lotto chiefs will add another £20 to it, which is yours to fritter away until it’s gone. Don’t tell anyone we told you this but we’ve heard that this Saturday’s winning numbers are going to be 1,2,3,4,5 and 6. Nice one.

542565You’re probably sick of reading about The Wire and how it’s the greatest TV series in the history of everything and how you simply MUST see it and oh the humanity etc etc etc. Personally we reckon that Ever Decreasing Circles is the greatest TV show ever but The Wire is definitely up there as well.

It looks as though the DVD box set of all five series (or ‘seasons’ if you’re an American or a pretentious twat) are now at an all-time-low price of just £49.95 (with additional Quidco cashback if you’re of that persuasion.) That’s The Wire we’re talking about, not the Richard Briers meisterwerk.

541719Finally, you can spend 2010 swanking around looking like you’re an important sort with lots of busy projects on the go with a soft back Moleskine diary. Write down important stuff like ‘change socks’ and ‘phone parents’ so that your life doesn’t fall apart.

This one is a 12-month weekly version – it normally retails for £11.49 and is yours for a delicious £5.47 right now. Hands up if you’re thinking of getting one but knowing full well that you won’t write a damn thing in it and just quietly put it at the back of a drawer somewhere. Thought so.

(deals found by HUKD members Adjy, jimbobgooner and OpineDevine)


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