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 cheap burgers from Hungry Jack's, 90% off XtremeGuard smartphone protectors and Target's video game clearance. Click the links below to land yourself a deal.

  • Mumgo is throwing a Baby Bonanza Sale with up to 50 per cent off goods for newborns and expecting mums. Brands on sale include BubbaBlue, Grobag, Baby Bjorn, Maclaren, Lamars and Playgro. Click here to see the full range of specials.
  • Woolworths is offering 10 per cent off Google Play gift cards. The deal is valid with $20, $30 and $50 varieties.
  • Click here for the the latest batch of Hungry Jack's vouchers, courtesy of OzBargain.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Virgin Mobile has reduced excess data rates for all Postpaid customers. From today (7 April), the new rate will drop to 5.2c per MB, and all customers will continue to pay per KB for data they actually use. Head to Virgin Mobile's website for more information.
  • 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.
  • Rivers is offering 40 per cent off everything storewide including already marked down items. The deal is valid until 20 April.
  • 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 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 grocery sale with 400 products to choose from, including imported chocolates and lollies. Shipping is capped at $20. Go nuts!
  • You might also want to check out the deals at Catch of the Day's sister website, Grocery Run.
  • The Good Guys is offering up to $200 cash back when you buy any product from the Bosch, Breville, Dyson, Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Oliveri, Samsung or Smeg ranges. The deal ends on Friday (11 April).
  • For a limited time, Amazon is offering the Kindle ebook Productivity: Get 10X More Done in a Day! for free. The book covers productivity, personal growth, time management and organisation skills. [Via OzBargain]
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on women clothes and sewing/knitting products. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • You still have a few days to take advantage of McDonald’s M-Selections two-for-one Chicken Schnitzel Rolls deal. As previously mentioned, the deal doesn’t require you to ‘like’ McDonald’s on Facebook — and you can order as many vouchers as you like.
  • This week's Humble Bundle deal offers a bunch of games hand-picked by the gaming site Destructoid. Pay as little as $1 to receive Little Inferno, Super Hexagon, and Natural Selection 2. If you pay $6 or more you'll also receive Critter Crunch, PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate and Hotline Miami. As always, you can elect to give your money to the developers, the Humble Bundle site or the supported charity.
  • 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.
  • Myer has slashed an additional 50 to 75 per cent off its Men, Women and Children summer clothing range.
  • 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 Advanced Calculator, which provides both basic and advanced functionality for all your daily calculations including basic math, figuring out a tip at dinner, or determining the log of cos 80.


    Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on women clothes and sowing/knitting products.

    Because discounts on machinery to help you plant your wheat crop are always welcome. Good on'ya Aldi supporting our Aussie farmers!

      That'll teach me for not proofreading. Ah well, you reap what you "sew". :-P

    Good Guys aren't offering cash back, only store credit.

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