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 101 free video games from the Pirate Bay, 25% off Royal Easter Show tickets and an 80 piece kitchen set for $40. Click the links below to land yourself a deal.

  • Coffee Capsule Delights is offering free shipping on all Nespresso-compatible Coffee Capsules for customers who use the discount code ‘GUW5’. There is no minimum order.[Via OzBargain]
  • The Pirate Bay Bundle is a collection of 101 strange and obscure video games. Despite the Pirate Bay connection, the developers of these games have all given permission for their game to be part of this bundle. You can find a full list of the games in the bundle here, and you can download the torrent in question is here.
  • Online book store Booktopia is throwing a moving sale with up to 90 per cent off selected titles. Prices start at just $1. Click here to see the full range.
  • You can currently get the Samsung Galaxy S4 4G (i9505) for $438 from Unique Mobiles, which is around 50 per cent off the original RRP. (Be sure to check out what’s new in the Samsung Galaxy S5 before making your order.)
  • Alongside its new Office for iPad, Microsoft has also announced the availability of Office Mobile on iPhone and Android devices for free.
  • Amazon is offering 10 free Kindle ebooks across the topics of Business, Management and Chemistry. Click here for the full range of titles. You can also get a free Kindle edition of Of Course! The Greatest Collection of Riddles & Brain Teasers For Expanding Your Mind.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on ‘Fun and Funky’ kidswear and baking products. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • You can currently get Dead Space free on Origin. This is one of the best survival-horror games ever made — especially for fans of Alien. If you haven’t played it before definitely give it a shot.
  • Video Ezy’s online video games store is offering an additional 15 per cent off its entire video game range, including Xbox One and PS4 titles.
  • Here’s one for Sydneysiders: the Sydney Royal Easter Show is offering 25 per cent off tickets for customers who use the discount code ‘S25S14MG2’. The show is on between 10 and 23 April.
  • Air Asia is currently offering cheap return flights to Bangkok with prices starting at $344. There are numerous flights available on a range of different dates between now and 30 September 2014. The promotion ends on Friday (6 April). [Via OzBargain]
  • McDonald’s is currently offering a two-for-one Facebook deal on its premium M-Selections Chicken Schnitzel Rolls which normally cost over $8.00. Handily, the deal doesn’t require you to ‘like’ McDonald’s on Facebook — and you can order as many vouchers as you like.
  • To those who missed our original post, it’s possible to scam a McOz-style burger from Hungry Jack’s for just $2. Simply request beetroot, onion, tomato, lettuce, mayo and BBQ sauce to your Sausage & Egg muffin — Hungry Jack’s will add the ingredients free of charge.
  • Dick Smith is still selling the Logitech UE600 In-Ear Headphones for $47 — a saving of $130. [Via OzBargain]
  • Harris Scarfe has slashed the price of a 22-piece Urbane Home Rubber Wood Knife Block Set to $74.95: down from $299.95.
  • You can also get a 26cm Smith + Nobel Hard Anodised Stirfry Wok for $36.95, which is a saving nearly $100.
  • Target is selling an 80 piece ‘Kitchen Starter’ set for just $40. The pack includes three saucepans (16cm, 18cm and 20cm), a 24cm casserole dish, 24cm frypan, a cutting board, 23cm colander, five piece measuring cups, five piece measuring spoons, 500ml measuring jug, three piece wooden utensils, 16 piece cutlery set, 14 piece knife block set, ladle, spoon, slotted spoon, slotted turner, masher, skimmer, peeler, can opener, bottle opener, grater, pizza cutter, kitchen tongs, kitchen scissors, salt and pepper set, five piece strainer, ice cube tray, four piece storage, two egg rings and egg whisk. Bargain!
  • This week’s Humble Bundle deal covers PC and Android games. Pay as little as $1 to receive Broken Sword 2, Bridge Constructor, Type:Rider and Ravensword: Shadowlands. If you pay more than the average (currently $3.75), you’ll also get Kingdom Rush and Knights of Pen & Paper +1 Edition. As always, all proceeds go to charity.
  • 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.
  • With the weather starting to crisp up, now is as good a time as any to plan a camping trip. If you need to upgrade your equipment, Harris Scarfe is having a clearance on outdoor gear, including the Oztrail Glenelg Double Swag for $210.00 (down from $499.95), the Oztrail Switch Back 2 Pop Up Tent for $59 (down from $99.95) and the Coleman Big Foot C5 Sleeping Bag for $59.95 (down from $129.95).
  • Prefer hotels to travelling rough? Rates To Go is offering 20 per cent off hotel bookings when customers use the discount code ‘Lucky20’.
  • Myer has slashed an additional 50 to 75 per cent off its Men, Women and Children summer clothing range.
  • Amazon’s Free Android App of the Day does exactly what it says on the tin. Today’s deal is for Bullseye Premium, an arcade-style action game where you must test your archery skills across 50 challenging and unique levels.
  • Udemy is once again offering a range of its online courses free of charge. Applicable courses include The Complete Digital Photography Course (normally $20), How to sell More with Webinars (normally $97) Become an Amazon Kindle eBook Publisher (normally $19) and Building An Online Business From Scratch In 30 Easy Steps (normally $199).

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