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 Bitdefender Total Security 2015 for free, up to 80 per cent off electronics at Myer and 150 free ebooks from Amazon. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain. (To make things easier, deals are now grouped into related categories.)
- This week’s Humble Bundle features games that were developed in Vancouver, Canada. Pay what you want for Shank, early access to Boximals Bounce, The Baconing and episodes one and two of Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness. If you pay $6 or more, you’ll get everything plus Shank 2 and Plants vs. Zombies Game of the Year Edition. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity.
- You can currently get the Android Amazon app Fionna Fights – Adventure Time for free. Based on the popular animated TV series, the game pits you against evil monsters and features all of the show’s most popular characters.
- Civilization V is one of the best strategy games ever released. Until Thursday, you can play the game completely free. (Warning: You’ll probably get addicted and end up buying it — which is clearly the intention of this deal.)
- AnimeLab is a streaming service that lets you watch more than 1000 anime shows and simulcasts direct from Japan in HD. You can now get the service free on Android. Hurrah!
- Udemy has slashed a handful of online courses by 100 per cent, including How To Make A Record (RRP: $69), Project Monitoring and Controlling (RRP: $39) and Career Mojo: Keys to an Effective Career and How to Use Chrome Developer Tools (RRP: $127). [Via OzBargain]
- You can currently get six months’ worth of Bitdefender Total Security 2015 for free. The deal expires 24 October.
- Windowsdeal.com is giving away Zoner Photo Studio 16 Pro for free.
- Amazon is offering up to 20 per cent off Amazon Coins, which can be used to purchase apps, games and in-app items for Candy Crush Saga, Brave Frontier, Game of War and others. Buy $100 worth of coins to get $20 off. The deal ends 26 October.
- OzBargain’s ever-dependable tightarse has assembled a list of 165 free Kindle ebooks. Genres include classic fiction, history & war, food, health & fitness, self help and photography. Amazon’s discounts are known to end without warning, so check the price before finalising your purchase.
- If you and your partner both use separate Spotify accounts — or, worse, your entire family — then here’s some good news: the streaming service is launching a family deal so you can all run separate accounts but save money in the process. Click here for the details.
- Myer has slashed the price of numerous electronics by up to 80 per cent. Deals that caught our eye include Logitech’s Lapdesk N550 Speaker for $30 (RRP: $69.95), Panasonic’s TH50AS700 50-inch LED TV for $1039.20 (RRP: $1299), Sony’s RDPXA900IP Bluetooth/Airplay speaker for $350 (RRP: $635), iBIKE Coach Cycling Computer for $30 (RRP: $99) and the Arcadie Retro gaming dock for iPad mini for $5. Click here to see the full range of deals.
- Each week, Lifehacker brings you the best Dick Smith deals as part of an ongoing partnership. Click here to see the latest discounted gadgets.
- Some people like to drop a few grand on a new TV. If this isn’t you, JB Hi Fi is currently selling the Soniq E40V14B 40-inch Full HD LED-LCD TV for $299. [Via OzBargain]
- Woolworth’s is selling 24-packs of 600ml Frantelle Spring Still Water for $5.50. That’s almost (but not quite) as cheap as tap water.
- L’Or is giving away a free sample pack of flavoured coffee capsules to customers who fill out an online form. The pack includes three new flavours: chocolate, vanilla and “nuttiness”. The capsules are compatible with most Nespresso-style coffee machines. [Via OzBargain]
- Here’s some good news for South Australian chicken fans: KFC has resurrected its “12 For $12” combo deal. The deal comes with six original recipe and six crispy strips, plus two dipping sauces. Available in SA on Tuesday only.
- Wine Market is selling 12 bottles of Tatachilla Cabernet/Shiraz 2013 for $100; thsi works out to $68 off the RRP and $8.33 per bottle. The deal also includes free shipping.
- You can currently get a Boost juice for $1 when you download the Boost App on iOS or Android. The deal is limited to the first 1000 customers, so get in quick!
- There are still a few days left in Slazenger’s closing down sale. Score up to 90 per cent off on men’s, women’s and kids’ sportswear. Prices start at $5 and you can also get free delivery on orders over $25.
- Sunglass Hut is having a Family & Friends sale today with up to 40 per cent off sunglasses when you use the discount code “FF4”. You can also receive the discount in-store by presenting this coupon. The offer is available until 5 November.
- Target is offering $30 off its entire men’s suits range. The only catch is that you need top buy the suit jacket and pants in a single transaction.
- ShopStyle is having another clearance sale on fashion and beauty items. Prices start at under $1. Click here to see the full range.
- David Jones has slashed an additional 40 per cent off its reduced clothing range. Prices start at under $2. [Via OzBargain]
- OzSale is offering up to 65 per cent off online purchases when customers use specific discount codes. You can get the codes here and here. The catch is that you need to register with Ozsale to see the deals on offer.
- Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on beauty products, beach accessories and musical instruments. Click here to see the full range of deals.
- Here’s one for Evil Week fans: PickPals has discounted the price of $20 lock picks and practice locks by $5 and $9, respectively. The deal includes free shipping. [Via OzBargain]
- Keen to get in early on the Christmas decorations? Target is selling 100 Coloured LED Solar Fairy Lights for $15.
Seen anything better? Share links to more online deals in the comments section below!