Hump day (AKA Wednesday) is arguably the most boring day of the week. So why not liven things up by grabbing one of these nifty online bargains? Deals that caught our eye this week include: OzBargain's 10th anniversary sale, cheap wines from Vinomofo, get a PlayStation 4 Slim for $299 from JB Hi-Fi.
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When Click Frenzy launched in 2012, it was supposed to be Australia's answer to the Cyber Monday mega sales in the US. Instead, the deals were mostly a load of arse and the website keeled over and died. Dusting itself off, the company promised things would be better the following year. Instead, the deals were mostly a load of arse and the website keeled over and died.
Fast-forward a few years and the deals are actually starting to look pretty decent! As the adage goes, good things come to those who wait - including bargain hunters. Here are the best deals so far, including iPhones, video game consoles, computers and fashion...
Need some new computer games to get you through the summer? EB Games is getting rid of its old stock just in time for Christmas with a brace of PC titles selling for a single dollar! The deal also extends to official strategy guides and PC accessories - including headsets, controllers and mice. Here are the links to all the best deals.
Remember the Masters closing down sale? It's still going and the prices ares finally worthwhile. You can now score up to 70 per cent off everything in-store, including BBQs, power tools, paints, lighting, lawn mowers, wallpaper, furniture and miscellaneous DIY supplies. Here's what you need to know.
Internet service provider MyRepublic thinks it's rubbish that a lot of Australians on the National Broadband Network (NBN) are getting ADSL speeds. The company has announced its entering the local market with a 'true' NBN offer that gives customers up to 100Mbps download speeds with no data limits for a flat rate of $59.95 per month. Here's what you need to know.
It's not long until Christmas and there's nothing quite like getting a shiny new console under your tree (or in your stocking, depending on foot size). If Microsoft's Xbox One has been on your mind, then EB Games' upcoming $298 deal for a 1TB unit, including Halo 5 and the Master Chief Collection, might be exactly what you need.
Attention bargain hunters: eBay's Click & Collect site is offering a $100 voucher to use at Woolworths or Big W when you spend $300 or more. You can also get a $50 voucher for orders over $149.99. In other words, you're essentially getting a third of your money back to spend at one of the aforementioned stores. Here are the details.
With the PlayStation VR virtual-reality headset now available in Australia, it's a pretty exciting time to pick up a PS4 console. You can currently get the 500GB Slim version from The Gamesmen for $329.95. That's $110 off the recommended retail price, or 25 per cent. There's also a bunch of cheap PS4 bundles available. Here are the links to the deals.
Frequent flyer points are a fantasy currency that fluctuates depending on how you use them. This makes it difficult to know what they're worth — or whether you're squandering their potential value. This infographic breaks down the dollar value of 1000 points when purchasing everything from flight upgrades to commercial goods.
Kathy Sheeran is the author of Shopping Confessions and one of Australia’s leading shopping experts, whether it be online or at the register. We asked the self-described "shopping queen" to share her best bargain-hunter strategies. According to Sheeran, it's possible to capitalises on shopping sales via “double whammy" discounts to get up to 80 per cent off new season stock. Here are eight tips to help you land a significantly better deal.