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 100 free Kindle ebooks, 33 per cent off the video game Gauntlet, 332 pub and restaurant discount vouchers. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain. (To make things easier, deals are now grouped into related categories.)
- TownCraft is an addictive iOS strategy game that was created here in Australia. Normally costing $6.49, you can currently snap it up for $2.40. If you’re a fan of the retro game Settlers, it’s worth checking out.
- The PC remake of the classic video game Gauntlet is now $13.39 on Steam; a saving of 33 per cent. “Green elf needs food, badly!”
- Steam has also slashed the price of Shadow Warrior by 75 per cent: originally costing $39.99, it’s now priced at $9.99.)
- Ubisoft is launching closed beta access to The Crew on PS4 and Xbox One from tomorrow. Click here for your free code.
- For any gamers who missed last week’s announcement, Lucasarts has finally re-released the classic PC games X-Wing and Tie Fighter on GoG. Hurrah! The games cost $11.49 apiece.
- This week’s Humble Bundle features spooky video games. Pay what you want for Knock-Knock (making its DRM-free debut), Home, and Vertical Drop Heroes HD (with a new, special Halloween mode!). Beat the average price, and you also get Our Darker Purpose, Five Nights at Freddy’s, and Betrayer. Pay more than $15, and you get all the games listed above plus Among the Sleep. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity.
- Amazon is offering 100 Kindle ebooks for free. Genres include children’s books, humour, cookbooks, information technology, photography, parenting, sports and mystery/suspense. Amazon’s discounts are known to end without warning, so check the price before finalising your purchase.
- Udemy has slashed the prices of a handful of online courses by 100 per cent. Available courses include The Ultimate Microsoft Project 2013 Training Bundle (RRP: $247), Become a Kick-Ass Web Developer: From Newbie to Pro (RRP: $497), Dreamweaver CC for Beginners (RRP: $197) and The Ultimate QuickBooks Pro Training Bundle (RRP: $397).
- 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!
- Windowsdeal.com has slashed the price of Magic Camera 8.8 by 100 per cent. This is a webcam enhancing program that lets you add artistic and funny effects to your video chats.
- You can also get PasswordsPro 3.5, Ashampoo Core Tuner 2, Aiseesoft PDF to Word Converter and Simply Good Pictures 3 for free.
- Centrecom is currently selling Acer’s Aspire E1 laptop for $440.50 (after $59 cashback). The model comes with an Intel Core i5-3337U CPU, 15.6-inch display, 4GB RAM and 1TB storage running on Windows 8.1. [Via OzBargain]
- PC Case Gear’s clearance sale is currently in full swing, with up to 50 per cent off selected products. Click here to see what’s on offer.
- Tomorrow, Harvey Norman will sell the Google Chromecast for $38; a saving of $18. The deal is only available from 9am to 9pm, 6 October.
- Telstra is offering $20 off all its prepaid mobile broadband devices until Christmas.
- 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.
- Attention yoghurt fans: Coles is selling five 170g tubs of Chobani Yoghurt for $5. That’s a saving of $5.45. [Via OzBargain]
- OzBargain’s tightarse has assembled a list of discount codes and vouchers for more than 300 pubs and restaurants around the country. Click here to get the deals.
- Dan Murphy’s is currently selling 24 bottles of Hoegaarden White Beer for $46.95. Bargain!
- Live near Glen Waverley in Victoria? This Friday, you can get half-price Family Dinner boxes from McDonald’s.
- Clothing site boohoo.com is throwing a “Five Day Frenzy” sale with up to 80 per cent off. Use the discount code “ADD20” to get an additional 20 per cent discount.
- 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 ends today.
- Forever New is having a 2-for-$20 sale on selected clothing. Click here to see the full range.
- 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]
- Target is offering 40 per cent off a range of doonas, mattress protectors and pillows.
- The Lengend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time is generally regarded to be one of the best video games of all time. You can now get a ceramic, kiln-fired version of the titular flute for just $9.99 when you use he discount code “only99”. It contains 12 holes and can actually be played. [Via OzBargain]
- The Reject Shop is selling the Ice Age Mammoth Collection DVD boxset for just $7. The pack includes all four movies. [Via OzBargain]
- Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on travel essentials, retro toys and beauty products. Click here to see the full range of deals.
- JB Hi-Fi is throwing a 2-for-$20 sale on Blu-ray movies. There are stacks of classic and noteworthy titles that should be in any movie-lover’s collection, including Aliens, The Terminator, Jaws, Apocalypse Now, Taxi Driver, Lawrence Of Arabia, Schindler’s List, The Lord Of The Rings, Pulp Fiction and many more. Click here to see the full range.
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