How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse On A Budget.

 

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Okay, here’s the situation: You’ve become privy to some insider knowledge that’s yet to leak into the mainstream population. A virus is about to break loose, transforming everyone it comes into contact with into a mindless, flesh-eating member of the undead. There’s nothing that can be done to stop it. Disaster is imminent and the zombie apocalypse is finally at hand. But you’ve got an advantage…

You’ve had an advance warning. You can prepare, you can gather supplies, you can be saved… but you’ve only got fifty quid.

Time is of the essence. The poop and the fan haven’t connected quite yet. Mass rioting, looting and Marshall law might be mere days away but right now everything is as it should be. This means that you’ll have to prepare in secret, purchasing your supplies in a paranoid, caffeine powered frenzy whilst trying desperately to remain calm. Your £50 budget is now your top priority. You’ll need to milk it for all it’s worth because soon a decent roll of toilet paper will be worth its weight in gold. And hey, the world may be going down the toilet but that’s no excuse for ignoring a good deal! Let’s get started…

Backpack – Make sure it’s sturdy, comfortable and big. It’ll hold all the items that you can no longer live without so you don’t want it falling apart at the first sign of trouble. This 10L backpack from Cotswold Outdoors is only £8 in the sale and would be a wise investment.
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Axe - Protection is now key. An axe has no sound (won’t attract zombies), isn’t ammo sensitive (more kills for your money) and is very easy to carry. This reliable little number is only £5.96 from Tesco Direct. Happy whacking!
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Torch - The lumbering undead won’t be deterred by nightfall. You’ll have to keep your wits about you even during the darkest hours. This £3.98 head torch from B&Q will no doubt come in handy for spotting walking worm-feasts in the dead of night before they spot you:-
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First Aid Kit – You’ll need this to clean up bites, scratches and any other injury you may sustain whilst living as a post-apocalyptic zombie warrior. Make no mistake, it’s a hard life. Boots, £8, bargain.
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Water bottle – Clean water will be a very rare commodity. When you find it you’ll need something to store it in,  like this 650ml sports bottle from Sports Direct. At just 99p, not even the Dead would refuse.
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Walkie Talkies - If The Walking Dead has taught us anything, it’s that eventually someone gets lost. When you’re forced to split your rag-tag group of survivors into two search parties, these £9.99 micro walkie talkies from IWantOneOfThose.com are sure to come in useful… while their batteries last.
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Penknife – Clothes, rope, ragged human flesh… you never know what you might need to cut in a hurry. £2.50 Asda. Buy it now

Petrol Can – In this dangerous new world cars will be easy pickings – it’s the petrol that you’ll struggle getting hold of. When you find it, you’ll want to take it with you. Better have a petrol can at the ready. £5.99 Halfords.
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Lighter – It’s surprising how quickly you’ll learn to miss instant fire and heat. Plus, how else do you think you’re going to light all those home-made explosives you’ll be forced to make? NOTE: Keep away from petrol can. £2.47 Play.com
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Toilet Paper – Of course, some things will stay the same. When you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go and an undead uprising is no excuse for poor hygiene. £1.50, Tesco.
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Wet Wipes – In fact, better throw in some wet wipes too. No one likes mucky fingers. 49p, Tesco.
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TOTAL PRICE = £49.87p

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