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? This week's deals include a free six-week trial of Quickflix, 40% off photo mugs and a free website development course. Click the links below to land yourself a saving.
- Quickflix is currently offering a free six-week trial to anyone who downloads its new Android streaming app from the Amazon App Store. "We’ll be extending an invitation to all Amazon Appstore and Kindle Fire customers to receive a special six weeks free streaming subscription trial including a bonus new release movie stream,” Quickflix's CEO Stephen Langsford explained in a statement. To get the deal, click here.
- Video Ezy is still offering big discounts on video game pre-orders via its online imports store. Pre-order deals include Titanfall for $47.56, Watch Dogs for $34.81 and Mario Party: Island Tour for $39.91. Click here to see the rest of the range.
- In addition to its video game sale, Video Ezy's online store is also throwing a 3-for-the-price-of-2 deal on TV DVD collections.
- From today until Tuesday 10 December, you can get 10 per cent off $20, $30 and $50 Google Play cards from Woolworths. That's nowhere near the discount levels we routinely see on iTunes cards, but it's a start.
- Dan Murphy's is currently offering free shipping for customers who use the coupon code 'stayz13'. Click here to get the deal.
- Udemy is currently offering its business course 'Building An Online Business From Scratch In 30 Easy Steps' for free. The course normally costs $199. The course step by baby step videos in which you will learn exactly how to create a digital product and an HTML website from scratch, how to drive high quality traffic to your product, and how to make passive income from it. To learn more, head to the Udemy website.
- Here's a good one for Christmas — Big W is offering 40 percent off its photo mugs. Normally retailing for around $20, you can now get them made for $12.
- For the rest of the year, Kogan will be offering two-for-one movie tickets when customers buy any product via PayPal (including cheap items like $10 HDMI cables). Participating cinemas include Event Cinemas, Greater Union and Village Cinemas. There is a limit of one free ticket per day and you need to pay an "admin fee" of $2.50. You can check out the rest of the terms and conditions here.
- JB Hi-Fi is currently offering two Blu-Ray movies for $20. Noteworthy titles include Looper, Dark Knight Rises, Pulp Fiction, Fight Club, The Castle, Ferris Buellers Day Off, Fargo, Romper Stomper, Mad Max, District 9 and The Big Lebowski. [Via OzBargain]
- If you're keen to create your own website, Wordpress isn't a bad place to start (in fact, it's the same CMS that Lifehacker uses). You can currently enrol in the WordPress Essentials short course for free. The course covers most of the WordPress user interface as students learn to build out an actual website with tips on themes, plugins, widgets, images and other important tool along the way. According to the company, you can expect to walk away from the course with an attractive website and a solid understanding of WordPress fundamentals. [Via OzBargain]
- Viemo is now offering PRO members up to 1000GB a year of storage (20GB each week), along with unlimited HD plays and VIP support. Its Help Center has also received a refresh to make it simpler and more user friendly. You can find out more via Viemo's newsletter/blog.
- The home improvement site Masters has slashed $40 off everything in store when you spend $200 or more. Purchases over $400 also get free truck delivery.
- It's discount coupon time at Hungry Jack's, including two classic burger meals for $9.95 or two mini burger duos for just $3.95. The deals are valid until 31st January 2014. [Via OzBargain]
- If you pay full price for iTunes Gift Cards you're doing it wrong. The Good Guys is currently offering three $20 iTunes Gift Cards For $40; a saving of around 33 per cent. The deal will be available between 3 December and 9 December, 2013. [Via OzBargain]
- The Nokia Lumia 920 is a pretty good handset according to the official Gizmodo review — you can now get it from Android Enjoyed for just $304 which includes free delivery and a 12-month warranty.
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