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All of us are dependent on our energy supply, to heat our houses, cook and run the many machines and devices that modern life demands. However, most of us don’t shop around for our energy to ensure we are getting the best deal. HotUKDeals’ guide to energy is designed to help customers to navigate through suppliers and tariffs in order to find the right deal and to save money on their energy bills. Read more
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Update 05/03 - E.ON is scrapping various discounts in April so now is a good time to switch! From April 19 the £20 a year discount offered to dual fuel customers will be withdrawn… Read more
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I’m on EON, but will I have to pay early exit fees of switch cos of price hike t


Use citizens advice its impartial and show more than the main comparison sites.


Save yourself all the hassle and bother and just switch all your home services to Utility Warehouse, to save the most money. One bill and loads of fantastic customer benefits, e.g. cashback on your shopping and free led light bulbs.


I used the Martin Lewis Energy Club in 2016 and got a cracking deal for my parents and I for a years fixed. When it was due to end I did the comparison again and the quote they gave for my parents was actually more expensive even with cash back than what was available when I went on their current suppliers website for a quote. What I’m saying is no one should assume they are getting the best deal and you should search each provider individually. Yes it’s more time consuming but if you can save it’s worth it.


What's next car insurance mega thread? You are sposed to compare the price per unit and then move only if it is worth it, not look at their annual assumptions because that's where you go wrong.

Clif Energy Bars. High Protein 14p @ costco Leeds
23/09/2018Expires on 23/09/2018LocalLocalFound 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Costco Leeds these have these on offer in form of a 16 bars variety box. 2 flavours- choc chip & white choc macadamia. £1.87+vat so £2.24 inc vat for 16 bars. Thats 14p per bar… Read more

Just to add, they must have gone up to 1.97+vat now


Found them, I walked down that isle a couple of times too. Thanks for the reply, still loads left


they are located second isle next to the tobacco cage. I was there last night. They had loads. There are there you just jeed to find them


I'm in Leeds Costco now, can't find them?


Shame im not a member :(

16 X 68g Variety Energy Bars by Clif Bar - Chocolate Chip White Macadamia Nut 16 Bars - 97p ( INSTORE BIRMINGHAM COSTCO)
LocalLocalFound 15th AugFound 15th Aug
16 Bars 8 chocolate chip 8 white chocolate and macadamia nut Dated until September - about 100 boxes left but they seemed to be going ... fill your boots

The CID can calm down, for the store is empty of stock. Well it is now I’ve been with my stack of 97p’s


Hear hear


I didn’t realise the HUKD CID were out this evening or I would have submitted the “evidence” for your approval much earlier (lol) - it’s a deal website bud chillout , I note you have submitted offers with no “evidence” - I just thought I’d post this up to try to benefit other HUKD users , and return some of the goodwill that I've derived as I have found loads of great deals on this website --- let's try to keep it positive and give people the benefit of the doubt, as comments like yours could prevent people from posting deals in the future 👌



Fake deal no evidence whatsoever.

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Seasonic 750 Watt Prime Fully Modular 80+ Gold PSU/Power Supply £99.98 +£5.48 del @ Scan
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
First time this has dropped under £100! This is a great PSU and is a great price! (excited) 80 PLUS®Gold Seasonic was the forerunner of creating the very first 80 PLUS® Gold … Read more
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I bought my Corsair 750w power supply off amazon refurbished and works perfect....


I've had the 650W version, but sent it back to rma, because the fan had grinding sound, replaced to a Corsair RM-X psu, what is dead silent even under heavy load. So careful with the fan on this model, if you make some research online, you'll realise this grinding noisy fan is common on this model for some reason. Good luck.

Berocca Mango Energy Vitamin 30 Tablets
Was £7.49 now £3.74 @ superdrug *part of 3 for 2 as well*
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Start every day with Berocca, a specifically tailored formula containing Vitamin B5 which is scientifically proven to support your energy release and mental performance – helping e… Read more
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Nice one


Cheers OP! Combined this with the Quidco £2.50 bonus offer (y)


managed to get 3 earlier tried again but OOS for 3.


Not really. Still wasting money.


I think you mean electrolytes.

12xMonster Hydro Energy Drinks 550ml just £2.50 at Fultons Foods
LocalLocalFound 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Just bought some of these from Fultons Foods in Bramley, Leeds. They’re 4 for £1 on the shelf but they had a stack of 12 packs for £2.50. I bought the Melon ones, but they also had… Read more

home bargains have these at the moment at 39p each


But they probably taste better in the states I £1.29 is around $2 but because they taste horrible no one buys them for RRP so the value of these have dropped a lot


Value there. But the taste on some flavours is weird


Shame we haven't got a Fulton Foods near us, my other half loves these!


The orange is tropical. These are huge in the states. At around 2 bux for one. Watermelon is my favourite. And I'm sure these are rrp 1.29 each

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Wiggle Nutrition Energy Gels (20 x 38g) BBF 28/07/18 £3 / £5.99 Delivered (free delivery over £12)
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Peach flavour only. Short "Best Before", hence the price but they will last for ages longer.

Hope they're nice .. just ordered 80 of the buggers!


Wiggle gels are great, although I'm not personally keen on the peach (I guess I'm not peachy keen...) Consistency is spot on, not overly sweet and they've fine for ages after the best before date.


Basically just a high sugar gel. Imagine a jelly baby in liquid form... there’s your energy gel.


wtf is an 'Energy Gel' :/


best before date 28/07/18 , reason for £3 for 20

SIS (Science in Sport) - Isotonic Energy Gels 90p each ASDA instore
LocalLocalFound 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Whilst going around the Stafford ASDA I noticed that they are selling the SIS isotonic energy gels, reduced to 90p each. Had Berry and Orange flavours in stock.
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Usually 6 for £4 in tesco. Quite often free direct from SIS.


Much cheaper in costco) membership needed) 14x60ml 6.99

It's under £100! EVGA 1000 GQ, 80+ GOLD 1000W, Semi Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, Power Supply 210-GQ-1000-V3 - £99.97 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Tier 1 PSU, 80+ Gold rated and exceeds that easily (it's usually over 90% efficiency under most loads). Modular leads apart from mainboard (which you are going to use). Very good P… Read more

I’m having massive troubles with windows 10 not updating to the most recent version meaning my graphics card can’t update its drivers on my current version. I got a boot critical service failure and my pc wouldn’t load back up man wtf. I think maybe from not legitimate windows copy ?? Anyway I can update or activate windows with a genuine copy that mean I won’t have to start again?!


Honestly, whatever you get it will be fine for your build (single GPU, no matter how powerful). So if you can't get the TX again, just get the EVGA GQ but it will be too much. Others you could look for that are good but at a similar price are the Corsair RM or HX (better) or the EVGA G2/G3/GQ - there is a GQ 750W that is a bit less than this 1000W. Good luck (but just ask if you want to check - even if I don't reply in time, someone else will) (y)


Hi mate really appreciate the reply. I did have the TX ordered, long story short amazon cancelled a lot of my order due to fraud. So I missed some prime day deals, now the psu I was gonna get is 75 this is 25 more and has really good reviews and a lot of them. Not that I think I could go wrong with a Corsair but at least like you say this will hold value Well etc. Yeah massively overkill but seemed a good price I had amazon compensate me so wud rather put the money compensated for the products that have gone up and use it on something that’s still a deal . If nothing else it can be considered future proofing :)


It would be overkill but it's not as inefficient as people would have you believe. If anything, if you ever sell it you'll probably retain more value in this than something else, but why not just get the TX series you were looking at the other day? It won't make more heat, no, I have one under pretty heavy load and it barely gets warm (700W continuous, 800W peak).


Hi would this be massively overkill with just 1 gpu and not mining? Will it produce more heat? Will it run less efficiently with using no where near capacity ?

Thermaltake Smart RGB 500 Watt 80+ PSU/Power Supply £29.99 / £4.78 DPS pick up @ Scan
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Seems like a good deal? 80plus white, 5 years warranty, RGB is extra really. Product OverviewSmart RGB 500W Thermaltake, as the pioneer who incorporates RGB lights into PSU, has … Read more
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I read that. If that’s what you did from day one then you voided the warranty anyway so don’t act like there ever was one as if you’re so smart. Cleaning dust out isn’t the only point of failure either... More fool you for using £9 PSUs. Just because anecdotally your budget PSUs didn’t blow up in spectacular fashion doesn’t mean I’d recommend it. I’m sure somewhere there are Peugeot’s that have actually got to 100k miles without ever breaking down, doesn’t mean ‘Peugeot cars don’t break down’ or that I’d ever recommend buying one.


Try reading what is written , they were bought ten years ago. Warranty, my rse!


Oh! go away! I paid £9.00 each for them ten years ago!


80+ IS pretty poor efficiency , would expect at least bronze... All we need next is the actual mains lead to be LED , I know someone who built a Bling PC and has been blinded in all three eyes when he turned it on the first time TRUTH! All the PSU calculatiors are way overkill , deduct at least 20% if not 30%. Thernaltake prolly dont make this , just bought in and badge slapped..


Two identical PSUs seems like overkill. Just one good quality one that's maintained will outlast most PC builds 2-3 times over. Taking the cowl off a PSU to clean it voids the warranty and risks damage (snagged cables, for example).

High5 Energy Gel - £5.39 + £2.99 delivery (free over £12) at Wiggle Exclusive (20x40g)
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Energy gels, pack of 20 in Mojito flavour (shock) . Should cost £8.99, now £5.39. Standard delivery £2.99 or free delivery over £12.

Think I'll get some to go with my fish and chips at the seaside next week!


got some anyway, goes well with my porkpie up on pennine moors


mojito, more like minted mushy peas :{


Good price, just could never get away with the flavour.

GQ 1000W 80 Plus Gold Modular Power Supply - Black - £109.99 / £120.49 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Fantastic price for gold rated 1000w PSU
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Well in my scenario there is as it's a dedicated sim racing rig and uses 4 screens, 3 screens are rendering the cockpit and the 4th is telemetry, with a single 1080ti I can dip into less than 60fps in rain conditions but with 2 it allows me to stay above 60fps. If I was using VR which I don't as it makes me sick, then one 1080ti would be enough as VR does not utilise SLi. As you can see from this test 1080ti SLi that 1080ti in SLi at 4k Ultra settings gives a boost of 68% which is an extra 50fps, 4k in pixels is 8,294,400 pixels, as I am rendering 7680x1440 my pixel count is 11,059,200. So as you can see there are some applications that can utilise SLi including games where high resolution is used, people seem to think that 4k is the highest you can go, it isn't.


Until game developers start making games on DirectX12 and pushing people on to Windows 10 to make use of it. SLi will continue to remain situational. The only realistic usuage scenario at this current time seems to be only for benchmarks which is why Nvidia have allowed triple and quad Sli setups to run with benchmarking software. There are always folding/crunching/mining and directcompute farms but those dont make use of SLi


I think there is a time and place for everything, in respect of Sli, if there is a realistic application, then fine, and i beleive there are..but gaming isn't one of them. Me,, i'm waiting on the next Nvidia cards........a test of patience i'm sure.


He could be referencing the fact that AMD and Nvidia have kind of been moving away from SLi these last 2 years instead of really promoting it like they used to... multi-GPu configs have been a headache for both parties to get right especially when it came to triple or quad GPu setups and thats probably the soul reason why you cant enable triple or quad SLi in games anymore. Even 2GPu SLi occasionally has problems with optimisation and some games dont support it. Even some newer games these days get released without SLi support. Myself personally. Ive run Dual GPu configs for 15years if not longer -- my journey started off with the ATi 4870 Crossfire and ended with the GTX970Sli. Ive experienced the full gamut of issues along the way. some games crashed my PC when SLi/Crossfire was enabled. some games microstuttered like crazy, some other games just CTD'd when SLi/Crossfire was turned on. Though if youre running extreme setups. I can see where dual 1080Ti's would be the go to setup. though its not without its drawbacks.


I had a 1000watt psu and it broke on me 2 weeks ago ;( . Had it for 9yrs was hoping it would of last longer. It broke when I was cleaning my pc with a air duster.

Free 4 pack of REON Energy shots with code GIVEMEENERGY
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
Hurry! Reon are giving away 4 energy shot sachets for £0 with the code GIVEMEENERGY :)

Good find! It's only giving the roulette ones with this code now though.


Thank you. Always like to try new things (cheeky)


Thanks OP, had some good freebies recently


The active ingredient is caffeine. One sachet provides 80mg of caffeine which is about one cup of standard coffee. I get jittery with anything above 30mg-40mg so if I were you I'd just have half of one sachet to feel the benefits to that of coffee for example and not have an energy crash from consuming too much and overworking yourself. I'd say take it in the morning or early afternoon for best results -- it is caffeine after all.


I massively limit my caffeine intake these days (no more than one coffee or tea per day) after being a huge coffee drinker previously due to the massive negative impact it was having on my alertness levels. People that drink coffee all the time as they're 'tired' really need to realise that most of it is caffeine withdrawal. Getting out of my coffee habit really opened my eyes to how much of a ludicrous swindle caffeine addiction is. All that being said I've ordered these and voted hot (lol) 8)

British gas rewards - Ten free Energy days - claim by the 7th July @ British Gas Rewards
Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
Ten free energy days with the British gas rewards, but you must claim by the 7th July. Lots of other rewards available.

Are these free days only for people with Smart meters?


Hi, I just wondered whether you might still have your 20% local heroes discount by any chance? My pipe has bust and £800 in I'd be so thankful for a 20% off! :-)


They have standing charges yes . But. They have stonking rates for gas and electricity. Try get a quote at least.. and get any exit fee's paid... And did I mention you and I both earn £50 each..


do they have zero standing charge?


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Lidl - High5 Energy Gells only 49p in store at Lidl!
LocalLocalFound 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Spotted at the Oulton branch today plenty of flavours available! There were loads of other High5 products - bars for under £1 and both marathon and cycling packs for £7.99 which s… Read more

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Already posted a few days ago (y)

Thermaltake TR2-Series 600W 80 Plus Non-Modular Power Supply £34.98 / £37.37 delivered @ Novatech
LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Thermaltake TR2-Series 600W 80 Plus Non-Modular Power Supply overview Thermaltake TR2 Series 600W 80 Plus Non-Modular Power Supply Incorporating various high-quality components, t… Read more

I can't complain for this price - it certainly beats any no-branded powersupply. But as mentioned below once you have a modular one there is no going back - well if you have a good quality one you wouldn't need to another.


Not a bad price, but personally I would never buy Non-Modular

Cougar STX 550W 80+ Bronze 230V EU Power Supply £29.99 / £40.49 Delivered @ OCUK
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
First things first, the words cheap and power supply very rarely go together in one sentence. However I located a review for this power supply here and it actually makes for pro… Read more

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to bring bargain deals to the HUKD community. Promoting OC's community is a different mission entirely.


Not sure if it really is 80+ Bronze, This is sub zero now I take a closer look at it, bbfb123 has cherry picked for the deal title, This is no better than any other 80+ power supply you can pick up for 40 quid. High Efficiency - 80+ 230V EU certified (meets 80+ Bronze 115V efficiency) Would be 80+ Bronze if I use it in the US. It's no different than this Corsair from Amazon for 40 quid with prime


Members who openly spam to increase post count will have their post count reduced No one has a problem with paying P&P, But Overclockers take liberties, If anyone here was selling a power supply on eBay they would never dream, Or even get away with charging £10.50 for delivery, And a shop shouldn't expect the average consumer, (The ones that give them there real profits) to subsidise there forum members. If I could pack it, And send it next day for less than a tenner, It's not much to ask for a shop that no doubt get's a DPD volume discount to do the same. As was said, there postage turns a deal into a non deal.


Other than the grumbles about the merchant is there any reason this is not a good deal? I've never seen a 550W 80+bronze for less than £50.


I wouldn't buy this for a new build but as a replacement for a failed psu in a shop bought computer, seems ideal.

Thermaltake London 550W Hybrid Modular 80+ GOLD Power Supply £59.99 Scan
LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
:-) 550w, Modular, 80+Gold, ticked all the box. Product OverviewThe Thermaltake European Gold Series is a premium 80 PLUS GOLD certified power supply that uses the highest quality… Read more

I'd read the reviews first, doesn't sound all that good to me. (no kettle lead, cables too short, case design). It is fully modular though by the looks of things and v cheap for the stated specs. I would pass to be honest.


If only I could find a 750w gold for around this price! (unicorn)


How would this compare? I'm less aware of Gamemax as a company than Thermaltake, but otherwise this'd be a better deal, right?


Thermaltake London. What a name .... Why not Thermaltake Soy Beans? Or Thermaltake Gluten Free. Don't forget to stick an Organic Label and bump up the price by 200%. (facepalm)


4 yr old review here "The Thermaltake London 550W is by no means a high-end or enthusiast grade power supply. Thermaltake’s decision to use CWT as the OEM producer make this unit a budget-orientated power supply with a nice upgrade from the usual 80 Plus Bronze efficiency we’d typically expect to find at this price point. This is by no means a bad thing because the Thermaltake London 550W is backed up by aggressive pricing that makes it cheaper than rival 80 Plus Gold 550W units from many other vendors. In this competitive market segment there are very few other vendors who can offer a competing product, the only notable one that stands out for me is the Corsair CS550M. That unit commands a virtually identical price point with the same hybrid modular design. The main difference between those two units is Thermaltake’s one offers a larger, and quieter fan as well as an extra 2 years on the warranty. When you put the Thermaltake London 550W within the context of its market segment it is clear to see it offers a stong value-for-money proposal that few can match. In reviewing the performance of the Thermaltake London 550W we’ve found that the value for money proposition doesn’t incur any significant performance penalties. The London 550W offers quiet operation, strong efficiency and better than expected ripple suppression. Voltage regulation is strong on the minor rails although the 12 volt rail can definitely be improved upon. For the money there is nothing that this unit lacks if you’re in the market for an affordable Gold rated power supply. As a final deal-sweetener the all-black cables with a hybrid-modular design allow you to keep a tidy build even on such a tight budget." The Corsair PSU mentioned in the above review has been superseded and the replacement model costs £5 more than the Thermaltake at Scan, here's a 2017 review. Apparently has a 7 yr warranty. Might be worth the extra fiver IDK?

HIGH5 range in store Lidl including gels @49p, tablets @£2.99 & bars @99p
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Lidl have a selection of the High5 range in store at the moment including: HIGH5 Zero Hydration (Berry, tropical, citrus) - 20 Tabs- £2.99 HIGH5 Protein Hit (peanut & carame… Read more

20 tab tubes are £2.99 each or 2 for £5


Just picked up the 20 tab tubes and they scanned at £2.50 each. Ideal


Got them in some of the hull stores


Bought two electrolyte tablets tubes and got 98p off at LIDL Cardiff couple of days ago. (Limited offer MB)


Didn’t see any tubs at either of the stores- may be elsewhere though

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