Happy Monday all! How’s your week starting out? We’ve collected up some curious deals today including a fabulous discount on a Nutribullet Pro blender and juicer, a top-notch 4K television from LG, Nazi punchin’ simulater and all guns blazing action shooter Wolfenstein II, a rare discount on a brand new MacBook, a perfectly recreated Sinclair ZX Spectrum, and a discount on indie cult classic Super Meat Boy. Let’s take a closer look at today’s deals.
Get health-some smoothies and juices without the sticky clean-up using a NutriBullet Pro 900, which you can grab 20% off with voucher Flash20 over at Argos. Approved by the domestic wizards over at the Good House Keeping Society, this blender goes at 25,000 RPM, annhiliating even the most stemmy and fibrous of fruits and vegetables whilst extracting their sweet, precious nutrients. And as you blend directly into the container, there’s no nasty pitcher clean-up each time you juice. Bonus: It crushes ice.
As Black Friday nears ever closer, the 4K televisions begin their price descent. With that in mind you can’t go too far wrong with this LG 4K 49 incher, discounted by £250 over at Currys currently. It’s also smart, featuring Netflix, Amazon Prime, and the other usual streaming suspects in glorious 4K. Plus with HDR, you’re guaranteed beautiful colour.
Vanquish Nazis and save the world with the latest Wolfenstein game on PC, which features heavy doses of 60s counter culture, psychedelics and firepower. You can grab it for a mere £26.99 over at CDKeys, a discount we did Nazi see coming (heartfelt apologies…).
You can nab an excellent £150 off this brand new Apple MacBook over at Argos. Available in a stylish silver, these laptops from 2017 pack 12” displays, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage.
You can buy a full-size Sinclair ZX Spectrum recreation that’s compatible with phones and loaded with Bluetooth over at GAME for £24.99. You can also access a pretty sizeable free game bundle as part of the package, as well as connecting the Sinclair up to any external device such as a TV or Chromecast. Additionally, the original packaging has been recreated for that extra retro charm.
Challenging, bloody and strangely heart-warming (yes, really) Super Meat Boy was conceived and created by a tiny indie team and catapulted itself to critical and commercial success overnight. Taking its inspiration from the tricksy platformers of yesteryear, you play a chunk o’ meat who must traverse a ton of ghastly levels to reach your abducted girlfriend, Bandage Girl. You can nab it at Green Man Gaming for a mere £3.90 on PC.