Hump Day Deals: $1 Surge Protectors, 55 Free Ebooks, Cheap Tailored Clothing

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 55 free ebooks from Amazon, $200 off tailored clothing at Ben Sherman and $1 surge protectors. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain.

  • Online bookstore Booktopia is offering up to 90 per cent off its book range as part of a “housewarming” sale. Click here to start shopping.
  • Hungry Jack’s is selling cheeseburgers for just $1. The deal is valid between 12pm and 1pm daily in all states except ACT and NSW (boo!)
  • Can’t get $1 cheeseburgers where you live? Here are Hungry Jack’s latest discount vouchers, which should work nationwide. Click here to print off a copy!
  • Dell has slashed the price of its UltraSharp 27 Monitor to $537; a saving of $252. It has a 27-inch WQHD display with a native resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and a versatile swivel stand that lets the user quickly switch to portrait mode: not bad for under $550. [Via OzBargain]
  • Have an old iPad or iPhone lying around? Apple’s “Reuse and Recycle” program is now available in Australian Apple Stores. Depending on the condition it’s in, you can get up to $250 off your next iPad or iPhon purchase when you trade in a previous-generation model. Click here for more details.
  • For a limited time, Amazon is giving away 55 Kindle ebooks valued at $210 for free. Titles include Risk, Decisions & Bets for Investors, Traders & Entrepreneurs (RRP: $10.67), Easy Paleo Family Recipes )RRP: $3.99), Arrival of The Zombies: A Minecraft Novel (RRP: $3.99), How to get an Amazing Butt in 29 Days (RRP: $4.44) and The Ultimate Guide to Memory Improvement (RRP: $3.99). Click here to see the full range.
  • You can currently get up to $200 in store credit when you buy online at The Good Guys. The deal is valid between 28 and 30 July only. [Via OzBargain]
  • Fashion store Ben Sherman is offering a sale on its men’s tailored clothing range. Sale items include waistcoats, formal shirts, trousers and blazers with up to $200 off the regular pricing. There’s also a clearance on women’s clothes with savings of up to 50 per cent.
  • is currently selling the Shiraz All Star Dozen for just $89 — a saving of $135. The All Star case includes three bottles of Crackerjack Shiraz 2013, four bottles of Malindi Clare Valley Shiraz 2011 and a single bottle of St Hallett Gamekeepers Barossa Shiraz 2013, Grant Burge Batch 28 Shiraz 2013, Peter Lehmann Back to Back Barossa Shiraz 2012, Tatachilla ‘Classic’ McLaren Vale Shiraz 2012 and Wolf Blass Eaglehawk Shiraz 2013. The deal also comes with free delivery.
  • Looking for an affordable smartphone? You can find some great deals on end-of-life/budget models over at our cheap phones guide.
  • Jetstar is throwing a Japan 2-for-1 sale, with return flights to Tokyo or Osaka starting at $926. Book two specially marked sale Starter fares together and you’ll only pay for one. Click here for more details.
  • For those who missed today’s Dealhacker post, 7-Eleven is currently selling super-sized Slurpees for just $1. The deal ends 4 August.
  • Looking for a dirt-cheap printer with some additional functionality up its sleeve? Officeworks is selling the Epson Expression Home XP-200 A4 Colour Inkjet Multifunction for just $55. Noteworthy features include A4 print, copy and scan, a print speed of 3.1 ipm colour/6.2 ipm black, 5760×1440 DPI, scanning resolution of 1200×2400 DPI, a 100 sheet capacity and wireless network support.
  • This week’s Humble Bundle focuses on the games of Plug In Digital. Pay just $1 and you’ll receive Mechanic Escape, Finding Teddy and Ethan: Meteor Hunter. Customers who pay between $6 and $9 will also get Project Temporality, Kill The Bad Guy, Legends of Persia and Early Access to Freaking Meatbags. Finally, if you stump up $10 or more, you’ll get everything plus WRC 4 FIA World Rally Championship. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity. You would also be well advised to check out last week’s excellent Square Enix Humble Bundlewhich is still available on the website.
  • Microsoft has more than doubled the amount of free online storage for OneDrive users, from 7GB to 15GB. The update is available now and will be rolled out automatically for existing customers. In addition, OneDrive storage bundled with Office 365 subscriptions has increased from 20GB to 1 TB. Subscription prices have also been reduced; 100GB of storage now costs $2 per month (down from $8.99) while 200GB will set you back $4 per month (previously $13.99).
  • There are only a handful of items left in Myers’ online clearance sale. Clothing prices are now down to as little as $2. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on kitchenware, Asian cuisine and “oriental” decorations. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • The mid-year toy sales frenzy is still in full swing, with some major retailers extending their sale by another week. This guide covers all of the bargain-hunting essentials; including online catalogues, sale duration, layby conditions and some general shopping tips to maximise your savings.
  • Target is still running its half-price clearance sale, with a variety of products slashed by 50%. This includes selected clothes and underwear, fashion accessories, bathroom products and kitchenware. A further 25% has also been knocked off women’s clothing. Click here to see the deals.
  • JB Hi-Fi is throwing a Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale for its TV show range. The deal includes DVDs and Blu-rays.
  • Fancy shoe store Tony Bianco is throwing a clearance sale to see out the winter with up to $100 off select items including heels, flats, sandals, boots, purses and fashion accessories.
  • MSY Technology is selling Click twin-socket surge protectors for just $1. The deal is available today and tomorrow only and there is a limit of 10 per customer. [Via OzBargain]

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