Today's Dealz: Chromecast, Wolf of Wall Street, Duracell Batteries and More

By Mof Gimmers on at

Has your TV been rigged up with Google's ace Chromecast yet? If not, you're missing out on streaming all the wonderfully crap b-movies that people have stuck on YouTube, and the ability to stream things like BT Sport from your phone, onto your big screen. Or, if you prefer, watching endless loops of compiled Vines.

Retailing at £30, it now has a tenner off so you can grab one for £20 which is frankly a bargain, provided your television set has a USB port on the back. If not, it is probably time you started looking for a new TV. Anyway, have a look at the deal here.

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We'd gladly watch Wolf of Wall Street again and again. It's the closest thing to downing a fistful of quaaludes, after all. Pick it up on Blu-ray for £9.89, saving yourself £15.10.


Pick up a 10-pack of Duracell AAA batteries for £2.48, aka, 77 per cent off their retail price.

- Driving Theory Tests reduced from £31 to £25 from 1st October
- PS4 Dualshock 4 Controller (Wave Blue / Magma Red) £40.00 @ Tesco Direct
- Lexar 16GB JumpDrive V10 USB Flash Drive from Ebuyer for £3.99
- Lexar 32GB JumpDrive V10 USB flash drive £6.99 @ eBuyer
- Pre-owned PlayStation 3 250GB Slim for £99.99 @ GAME
- Acer Liquid Z3 dual SIM version -- use two SIM cards at once for £51.26 (FREE P&P) @ Kikatek - Over £60 elsewhere
- Datawrite 16x DVD-R Full Face Inkjet Printable 50 pack for £4.68 @ eBuyer
- Hotline Miami PS4 upgrade if you've got it on PS+
- Star Trek Into Darkness -- The Villain Edition (Includes 2D & 3D Blu-rays, Steelbook & Model Ship) exclusive for £22.99 in stock at Play.com/EntertainmentStore
- PS4 Destiny Pre-order Bundle for £339.97 @ Gamestop
- Star Wars Darth Vader and R2D2 dressing gown fleece robe £12.99 at Argos
- Humble Sega Mobile Bundle (PWYW) @ Humble Store
- Lexar 32GB USB stick, £6.99
- HMDX Bluetooth wireless speaker, £14.97
- Seagate 4TB 3.5-inch external hard drive, was £180, now £98
- Save 82 per cent on Logitech's UE 4000 headphones, now £14
- AKG K830 headphones, was £150, now £40


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