Hump Day Deals: 15% Off At Ebay, Free Staminade, Humble Indie Bundle 12

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 15% off everything at eBay, cheap Aldi electronics, free Udemy online courses. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain.

  • To celebrate its 15th anniversary, eBay is offering 15 per cent off everything. The deal starts at 12am September 14 and will run for 48 hours. [Via OzBargain]
  • Udemy is offering a handful of its online courses for free. Options this week include Entrepreneurship Online: 10 Step Success Blueprint (RRP: $149), FastTrack to Stock Trading Strategies (RRP: $97), Voice Mail That Makes Money (RRP: $147) and Brazil For Beginners.
  • Apparently, you can currently get $US5 transferred straight into your PayPal account in just a few clicks. Head to OzBargain to see how it's done.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on baking/mixing products, confectionery and technology gadgets. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • Looking at rolling out Office 365 across your organisation? Microsoft is offering some freebies to persuade sites with more than 150 users to make the switch. Click here for details.
  • Harvey Norman is selling Verbatim 1TB USB 3.0 External Desktop hard drives for $48. The product comes with Nero BackItUp and Burn Essentials software and a 48-month warranty.
  • This week’s Humble Bundle focuses on video games from independent developers. Pay $1 for SteamWorld Dig, Hammerwatch and Gunpoint. If you beat the average price you'll also get Papers, Please, Gone Home and LUFTRAUSERS. Stump up $65 or more and you'll receive the entire bundle along with a Humble Indie Bundle 12 Entertainment System, containing a 30-page issue of HIB Informer Magazine, two lapel pins of the Humble Bundle logo and Arstotzka Crest from Papers, Please, a HIB 12 Super Shirt, a HIB 12 Shareware 3.5" floppy disk, the HIB 12 EP on vinyl and a collector's box for the entire package. (Worldwide shipping included.) As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity.
  • Still haven't bought the video game Destiny? Check out our roundup of the cheapest Australian Destiny prices.
  • Staminade is giving away free sports drink samples to customers who fill in their details on its Facebook page. There is a limit of one sample per customer.
  • OzBagain reader "montymelb" has assembled an awesome list of promotional freebies that you can currently get delivered direct to your door. There are more than 30 deals including nappies, books, DVDs and coffee products. Click here to get the links.
  • The Good Guys is throwing a buy-two-get-one-free deal on $30 iTunes gift cards. That works out to a saving of 33 per cent which is much better than usual iTunes discount. The deal ends on 15 September. [Via Gift Cards On Sale]
  • Big W is offering 12x24-inch panoramic canvas prints for $33 — a saving of $51. The prints are produced on high quality artist stock, then stretched and wrapped around a frame. [Via OzBargain]
  • Microsoft has knocked $130 off the price of its Surface 2 Windows RT tablets in Australia. The price reduction means the base 32GB model now costs $399, and the 64GB unit costs $509. Hurrah!
  • OzBargain member "tightarse" has assembled a new list of fast food deals from specific McDonald's, Hungry Jacks, KFC and Subway outlets around the country. Click here to see the deals!
  • Looking to update your photo album? You can still get 20 free 15x10cm photo prints from K-Mart by creating an online account.
  • ShopStyle Australia is throwing a clearance sale on a range of women's fashion items including shoes, clothing, purses and accessories. Prices start at 89 cents.

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