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 get a free DeLonghi coffee machine, Dick Smith's Hour of Power and a fire-starter keychain for $1.75. Click the links below to land yourself a deal.

  • Dell is currently selling its 24 UltraSharp U2414H monitor for just $286, which is 30 per cent off the regular asking price. The 23.8-inch monitor features the world’s thinnest border, two HDMI ports and inbuilt USB 3.0.
  • Dick Smith is throwing an 'Hour of Power' sale with new bargains springing up on its website every 60 minutes. Current deals include the Hitachi 32" HD LED TV with Built-in DVD Player for $240 ($300 off), Asus' 16GB Nexus tablet for $249 and the Sony HX60 Digital Camera for $369 (save $130). The sale ends at 9pm tonight.
  • Fashion store Ben Sherman is offering an additional 25 per cent off the sale price of men's clothing when customers use the discount code 'WELCOME25'. Also includes free shipping. [Via OzBargain]
  • This week's Humble Bundle deal is all about Android gaming. Pay what you want and receive retro shooter R-Type II, puzzle game Bag It! and RPG Aralon: Sword and Shadow. If you pay more than the average (currently $4.85) you'll also receive The Cave, Carcassonne and The Room Two. As always, you can elect to give your money to the developers, the Humble Bundle site or the supported charity.
  • Looking for a cheap secondary TV? ALDI is selling a 40-inch Medion LED TV for $399. The unit comes with a built-in DVD player and HD tuner, three HDMI inputs and multimedia playback via USB.
  • Thanks to an apparent sales loophole, Target will currently pay you $6 to take home a DeLonghi Dolce Gusto Genio Coffee Machine (EDG455B). The machine is selling for $69, but you can then claim $75 cashback. Bargain! [Via OzBargain]
  • Mumgo is throwing an early Mother's Day sale with 300 products to choose from. Deals range from upmarket handbags to gadget accessories and cookware. Click here to see the full range of specials.
  • 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.
  • Click here for the the latest batch of Hungry Jack's vouchers, courtesy of OzBargain. Simply print off the coupons and present them at the register.
  • Fashion store ASOS is offering an additional 20 per cent off all sale items when customers use the discount code 'YES20'. The deal also includes free international delivery. Click here to see the full range.
  • Target has significantly reduced the price on a range of video game titles. Deals that caught out eye include Assassin's Creed III for $29, Dishonored for $29, Max Payne 3 for $23 and The Sims 3 Pets for $16. Head to Target's website to see the entire selection.
  • Target is also throwing a clearance sale on men's clothing including jeans, shirts, sportswear, underwear and shoes. Prices start at just $3.
  • Hard Disk Sentinel (HDSentinel) is a hard disk monitoring program with support for HDD/SSD drives. You can currently get it free from the Windows Deal website.
  • Rivers is offering 40 per cent off everything storewide including already marked down items. The deal is valid until 20 April.
  • K-Mart is selling the original Nintendo Wii console with Mario Kart and steering wheel accessory for just $99. Bargain!
  • Online games store GMG is offering up to 75 per cent off selected titles, including Batman Arkham Origins. Click here to see the full range.
  • Online book store Booktopia has slashed 90 per cent off the price of selected titles as part of its moving sale. Prices start at just $1, including children's picture books. Click here to see the full range.
  • You can currently get a Pocket Fire Starter from Meritline for just $1.70 when you use the discount code 'MLCW14XN' (includes free shipping). Primarily designed for camping, the model is waterproof and comes with a flint on steel striker and a seal containing lighter fluid. It also comes with a key chain clip that will easily attach to a zipper, car keys or belt loop. [Via OzBargain]
  • You can still get 90 per cent off smartphone protectors from XtremeGuard when you use the discount code 'Xtreme90' and buy at least two items. Shipping has also been slashed to just $0.99. Click here to see the full range. [Via OzBargain]
  • Catch of the Day is throwing a sale on Revlon cosmetics. Click here to check out the full range.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on home entertainment, decorative items and 'winter warmers'. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • If there's such thing as a Hump Day regular it's this: 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.
  • Fashion site Tony Bianco is throwing a sale on selected items. Deals include Valet black peep toe espadrille shoes with a woven wedge for $30 (RRP: $139.95), Mikayla tan wallet with brushed rose gold hardware for $30 (RRP: $69.95) and Shilo Fudge Chicago shoes for $40 (RRP: $179.95).
  • Amazon's Free Android App of the Day does exactly what it says on the tin. Today's deal is for Tipping Point; a photorealistic adventure game that stimulates both sides of your brain via compelling drama and fiendish puzzles.


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