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Credit Crunch Christmas: Fujifilm FinePix Z900EXR

Credit Crunch Christmas: Fujifilm FinePix Z900EXR

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A camera is always a welcome gift, however the decent ones do tend to be a little on the pricey side which is where the Pocket-lint Credit Crunch Christmas comes to the rescue. We've searched the Internet highways and byways to find you, not only one... >>

Credit Crunch Christmas: Bigtrak under £20

Credit Crunch Christmas: Bigtrak under £20

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Some toys, over time, have managed to reach classic status, spanning the generations with excellent design and the ability to engage children despite all the trappings of the modern age. Bigtrak is just one of these classic children's toys and is bound... >>

Credit Crunch Christmas: Elder Scrolls V Skyrim just £22.49

Credit Crunch Christmas: Elder Scrolls V Skyrim just £22.49

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Gamestation is pulling out all the stops as it is selling Elder Scrolls V Skyrim on PS3 and Xbox 360 for just £22.49 along with free UK delivery. When Pocket-lint reviewed the game we gave it a whopping 9/10 saying: "Skyrim looks the business, with vast... >>

Credit Crunch Christmas: Uncharted 3 £24.99

Credit Crunch Christmas: Uncharted 3 £24.99

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Continuing our Credit Crunch Christmas series of news, delivering a host of tips of where to find that special bargain, we bring you a top deal from Play.com. The shopping website is currently selling Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception for just £24.99. And... >>

Credit Crunch Christmas: Sky and LG Xmas Cashback

Credit Crunch Christmas: Sky and LG Xmas Cashback

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Continuing our run of tech bargains in the lead up to Christmas, we have an offer from two companies that are central to the success of most people's Christmas Day festivities: TV. Rather than making conversation with people you truly have nothing in... >>

Credit Crunch Christmas: 19-inch LED TV from M&S

Credit Crunch Christmas: 19-inch LED TV from M&S

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Pocket-lint's Credit Crunch Christmas gift guide is back, bringing you all that is unholy in the way of consumer technology bargains. If you're strapped for cash, we'd probably recommend making your Christmas presents as a bit of DIY never hurt anyone;... >>