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 month of Quickflix on PS3, cheap toys for Christmas and $20 off wines from the Wine Market. Click the links below to land yourself a saving.
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- Still need some last-minute stocking stuffers? Video Ezy's online store is still offering three TV show box sets for the price of two. Notable titles include The Tudors, Sex & the City, 30 Rock and Spartacus.
- Movie-lovers can also get two Blu-Ray movies for $20 from JB Hi-Fi. (Anyone remember when a single bare-bones Blu-ray used to cost $40?)
- From tomorrow at 4pm, Westfield will be offering $20 gift cards for $10. The catch is that you have to make the purchase via V.me Visa. Still, if you're looking to save a few bucks on your extended family's Christmas presents, this isn't a bad way to go. [Via OzBargain]
- Quickflix is currently offering a month's worth of free movies and TV shows to PlayStation 3 owners who have yet to sign up to the service. The free trial offer allows PS3 owners to stream movies and TV shows on their console, just in time for the holidays.
- You can currently get two $20 iTunes gift cards for $30 at Big W; a saving of 25 per cent.
- If you're looking to stock up your wine cellar for Christmas, pay a visit to the winemarket.com.au — the online claret specialists are currently throwing a sale with savings of over 80 per cent on selected items. You can also knock an additional $20 off the total price by entering the promotional code 'HAPPAY'.
- More of a beer, cider or spirits drinker? Dan Murphy's is still offering free shipping for customers who use the coupon code 'stayz13' (along with an assortment of holiday specials). Click here to get the deal.
- David Jones is slashing $50 off its men's shoe range when you use the discount code 'shoe50' at its online store. Brands include Armani, Antoine & Stanley, Hugo Boss and Hush Puppies. [Via OzBargain]
- We mentioned this deal last week, but for those who missed it, Kogan is offering two-for-one movie tickets when customers buy any product via PayPal. The deal is valid store-wide, including cheap, sub-$10 items. 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.
- ALDI is running another Special Buys sale today. This time the focus is on Christmas gifts (natch), with plenty of cheap 'n' cheerful toys on offer. Click here to see the deals.