Can an offer really be trusted?


The main reason why I’ve picked this question to write about is that here at Kings Bathrooms we have just made an offers page with 19 products all with great discounts with one product being reduced by up to £50. So while producing this page it got me thinking what constitutes or makes a good offer?

You see all the time in supermarket’s offers like, two for one and buy two get one free etc, etc and some times these offers are actually not very good. It can simply be a case that the supermarket has over stocked and needs to get rid of the items before they go out of date meaning your not actually getting a good deal at all. Or that the original price of the item has actually increased from its usual price to make you think that you’re getting a good deal when again in fact your not.

It could be argued it’s the same with clothes shops, that only the old styles or clothes with strange sizes go on offer, so again unless your super skinny or super large there’s actually no offer there at all.

Then of course you also have the ridiculous offers where it is simply too good to be true and it’s just a scam. The offer’s where you buy a mars bar and you get a free iPad2 is clearly some kind of scam or a ridiculous marketing ploy. It is only in the term and conditions that you have to buy 15 thousand mars bars to get the free iPad2.

So with a quick bit of maths it’s clear that if you brought 15 thousand mars bars you could easily pay for two iPad2’s and still have change.

To brighten up the tone and not get you questioning every purchase you ever make, I want to re-assure you that there are genuine good deals and offers out there. If you are a savvy offer shopper then you may already know about www. Hotukdeals.com. If not I would highly suggest you check it out, as it is consumers who post the deals that they have seen in shops and tell you where you can get them.

So there is a brighter side to offers and there are genuine deals to be had, it may just take a little more searching. I hope you enjoyed reading this short article and have time to visit our new offers page, as we feel they are genuine discounts with no searching involved. As always we would love to hear from you so drop a comment below.

An incite into office life at Kings Bathrooms


It’s a bright and sunny start here at Kings Bathroom and Furnishings, the weather forecast predicted rain but so far not a dark cloud in the sky whether this will remain through out the whole day is anyone’s guess. The office is quite at the moment just processing orders and doing the everyday hum drum morning duties that are required of every office. 

At the current moment there is only 3 members of staff in the office, this is usually the case as 2 more members of staff start at 9.30 rather then 9. All the staff gets on with one another and is all keen for the company to do well. The general office vibe is usually pretty quite with people focusing on what their doing, but every now and again a burst of conversation will erupt and engulf the office with every member joining in to give their opinion on the latest news or event. Only yesterday the topic of the Olympics was brought up that saturated the office in an excitement, and also came along with the secret reveal that an office member had tickets.

As with every company each staff member has their own unique role and position whether it is IT, marketing or customer service. The IT department consists of two staff while the marketing and customer service consists of three members. 

The office itself is very much your bog standard office set up, every staff member with their own desk and computer to work from. The office itself is a cream coloured walled room with three windows that stream daylight in giving the office a light spacious feel.

Well this was just a very brief introduction to office life at Kings Bathrooms and Furnishings, hope you enjoyed it and we’ll keep you updated. Please feel free to comment about what your office or work environment is like.