Dealhacker: Online Bargains For Hump Day (If You Act Fast)

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 half-price Domino’s Pizzas, up to 70% off VUE cookware and free dog/cat food. Click the links below to land yourself a deal.

  • The Saber Card is a card-shaped stainless steel alternative to the Swiss Army Knife that comes with over ten different functions including a can opener, live wrench, sawtooth, ruler, bottle opener, screwdriver and lateral knife. You can currently snap one up from GearBeast for just $0.97 — including free shipping! Using the discount code ‘KNIFECARD’ will bring the total down to ten cents. [Via OzBargain]
  • VCA World is offering a free full sample pack of Lickables Dog Treats for customers who fill out its questionnaire. To claim your freebie, use the coupon code ‘LKWB131411’.
  • Own cats instead of dogs? You can also get a free sample of Purina Felix cat food by filling in these details. Limited to one sample per household.
  • Jb Hi-Fi is selling the Xbox 360 4GB console for $139. The deal begins 20 March. [Via OzBargain]
  • Scoopon has slashed the price of tech courses, workshops and certifications by up to 90 per cent. The education sale includes nationally recognised courses such as a Diploma of Workplace Health and Safety and a Certificate in Fitness, as well as broader app creation classes. There are also non-professional courses spanning Personal Productivity, Public Speaking, Digital Photography, Beauty School and Macaroon Master classes. Head to Scoopon for more information.
  • Big W is still offering two Blu-ray or DVD movies for the price of one. You can check out the full range of titles here.
  • Box is offering 50GB of free cloud storage. Unlike many cloud storage deals, the 50GB has no time limit attached which means it effectively lasts forever (or until the company changes its T&Cs). [Via OzBargain]
  • Coles is selling 250ml bottles of Colgate Plax Mouthwash for $1 each. The normal RRP is $2.99. Bargain! [Via Buckscoop]
  • David Jones has knocked the price off select men’s shoes, with savings of up to $300. Check out the full range here.
  • Myer is slashing up to 70 per cent off select VUE cookware. The 30cm VUE Ultima 2 Frypan and 28cm Ultima 2 Grill Pan Square have both been discounted from $109.95 to just $40 each. You can also get an additional 40 per cent off when you buy two or more VUE products. (In other words, you can get $220 worth of cookware for $48.)
  • Myer is offering an additional 30-50 per cent off its summer clothing range. Click here to see the specials.
  • For tonight only, Domino’s Pizza is offering 50 per cent off its Chef’s Best range when customers use the discount code ‘74264’. The promotion is only available at participating stores, so try your luck! [Via OzBargain]
  • Amazon’s Free Android App of the Day does exactly what it says on the tin. Today’s deal is for Sand Slides, a puzzle game in which you must guide the sand into the right coloured chutes, by drawing slides and buckets with your finger.
  • Kmart Photo Centre by Snapfish is still offering new signups 50 free 15x10cm prints. You also get 50 free prints when you upload for the first time, and when you choose mail delivery.
  • Dick Smith is still selling the Logitech UE600 In-Ear Headphones for $47 — that’s a saving of $130.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on kids fashion and South African cuisine. Click here to see the full range of deals.

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