Why would you bother going outdoors into the fierce winds, dark fogs and hot rain just to buy yourself a brand new game, when you can just as easily get it sent down an internet pipe straight into the bosom of your home?
Today’s best deal is in fact a whole host of deals – a cocktail of savings, a buffet of bargains, a… a… oh, it’s just a load of gaming consoles that have been knocked down in price. Let’s stop getting TOO carried away, eh?
Not to be out-done by the likes of Comet; PC World and Currys are holding a three-day sale from 3pm on Thursday 24th through till midnight on "Cyber" Monday 28th November. Apparently over £1m worth of products will be discounted.
Clearly envious of the masses of coverage gained by the US Black Friday retail sales, UK electrical chain Comet is having a sale of its own. It's Five Day Frenzy is offering different discounted electric things every day. [Comet]
Christmas is coming and the console price war is hotting up. Unlike a real war though, there won’t be any casualties, no use of dirty bombs and no risible charity singles to raise funds for the ‘heroes’.
The nights are drawing in and it won¹t be long until it's colder than a penguin's tit out there. Accordingly, our attentions are turning towards stuff we can do indoors where no one will get needlessly hurt.
Let’s face it, home Wi-Fi isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. You can get all sorts of interference from nearby devices and we’re still not entirely sure that we won’t all have golf ball-sized tumours from it in a few years.
Maybe you’re looking to dip your toe into the warm waters of modern gaming? Maybe you smashed up your current console with a steel-toed boot when you got killed by a baddie on the last level? Either way, today’s top deal could be one for you, but it’ll only be around until the end of the day.
Although the Mick Hucknall death story is a hoax, word is reaching us this afternoon that Alan Partridge could be returning to TV soon, with a new series and Christmas special for Sky Atlantic possibly in the offing. Back of the net!
There’s only one deal worth seeking out in the cold, harsh world of retail today -- that’s the mighty Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Unless you’ve already been playing it non-stop for the past eleven hours.
Labelmania. That's what they're calling it. It's a bit like Bieber Fever, only slightly more low-key and very much more (completely?) about the application of sticky labels to things. DVDs, coffee mugs, wayward children, they can all be more clearly-identified with the help of a sturdy labelmaker, and right now you can get one for next to nothing with the current Dymo cashback promotion.