Hump Day Deals: 115 Free Ebooks, EB Games Christmas Sale, $50 Off At WineMarket

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: 90 per cent off White Hat hacking courses, 115 free Kindle ebooks, get 30% off Amazon clothes and watches. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain.

    Games/Software

  • EB Games is having a huge Christmas sale across all video game formats and merchandise. Of particular note is the massive range of toys and paraphernalia on offer which that are perfect for Christmas stockings.
  • Origin is offering the classic PC game SimCity 2000 for free. Download it here.
  • The PS3 version of GTA V is currently on special for $29.95 at the PSN store. A range of other digital titles are also on special — click here for the list.
  • Sony is also in the middle of its "12 Days Of Christmas" sale. Today's deals include Destiny for $55 and
  • Attention retro gamers: Kotaku and Madman Entertainment are giving away a Street Fighter 2 arcade cabinet valued at $3550! Click here for details on how to enter.
  • This week's Humble Bundle is all about simulators. Pay $1 or more for Zoo Park, Post Master, Farming World, Rescue - Everyday Heroes, and Lunar Flight. If you pay $6 or more, you'll also receive Car Mechanic Simulator 2014 and Cities in Motion 2. And if you pay $10 or more, you get all of that plus Spacebase DF-9. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity.
  • Still finalising your Christmas shopping? Our massive gamer gift guide is here to help with links to the best online deals.

  • Amazon has slashed the price of 115 Kindle ebooks by 100 per cent. Genres include children's books, cookbooks, fiction, history and humour. Click here to see the whole range.
  • You can also get a range of free ebooks from JB Hi-Fi. Click here to see its full range.
  • Quickflix has upgraded its service on the PlayStation network with a new premium streaming option for new release movies and TV shows. New PlayStation members who sign up for a one month Quickflix trial will also receive three rental movies of their choice to stream for free. Click here for more information.
  • Google is offering a month of unlimited movie streaming on Presto to customers who purchase a Chromecast. You can also get 90 days of unlimited music from Google Play and $6 credit towards a movie rental. Click here for the terms and conditions.
  • Do you or someone you love have ambitions to become a hacker for good? Well today you can buy a White Hat Hacker Bundle with over 40 hours of tutorials on everything from web scraping to penetration testing for just $US60. The bundle normally costs over $US600.
  • Business Insider has compiled a list of Microsoft's most useful free apps; from 3D photo generators to remote desktop controllers. Click here to download them all.
  • Udemy is offering a handful of its online courses for free. Available courses this week include Facebook Ads + Marketing (RRP: $300), Adobe Flash For Beginners (RRP: $197) and Lose Weight Fast With No Dieting. Click here to see the full range of free courses.
  • Computers/Gadgets

  • You can currently get $10 off a $50 spend at Dick Smith when you sign up to its "Mates Rates" service in-store. Click here for details.
  • Stumped on what to buy your geeky mates this Christmas? Our Ultimate Geek Gift Guide should help to steer you in the right direction — follow the supplied links to get up to 50% off./li>
  • Need a new 10-inch tablet running Windows but don't want to break the bank? JB Hi-Fi is currently selling the Surface 2 64GG model for $298. That's around $130 off the original RRP.
  • JB Hi-Fi is selling the a 32GB iPhone 5C for a ridiculously cheap $399. To put that into perspective, the 8GB version currently costs $529 direct from Apple.
  • The Good Guys is throwing an online clearance sale in conjunction with eBay. In addition to slashed prices, you can also get up to $200 in store credit when making a purchase. Click here for details.
  • Telstra is offering $20 off all its prepaid mobile broadband devices until Christmas.
  • Food/Drink

  • Coles is offering 50 per cent off a range of grocery items. OzBargain's TRENT86 has the goods.
  • Free Milo from Nestle: Go, go, go!
  • KFC has released its latest vouchers for customers in NSW, VIC, ACT, SA and Alice Springs. Click here to print off your own copy. [Via OzBargain]
  • Prefer burgers to fried chicken? Hungry Jack's has released some discount vouchers too. Hurrah!
  • The national treasure known as tightarse has assembled a new list of fast food coupons for December. There are over 250 coupons for a range of fast food outlets, including McDonald's, Hungry Jack's, KFC, Subway, Red Rooster, Oporto and more.
  • Dan Murphy's is selling 700ml bottles of Hart Brothers Bowmore 10 Year Old Scotch Whisky for $53.90. Not too shabby.
  • The Wine Market is selling a range of mixed dozens at reduced prices as part of a 24-hour flash sale. Prices start at $75.
  • You can also get $50 off purchases of $120 or more when you use the online discount code "simplify". Christmas grog sorted!
  • Clothing

  • Amazon is offering 30 per cent off $100+ purchases on select clothes, shoes, watches and luggage. Click here to see the deal. [Via OzBargain]
  • Star Jewels has knocked more than $200 off Casio's F1 Red Bull Limited Edition EFR-537RB-1A wristwatch. Originally retailing for $399, it can now be snapped up for $149. [Via OzBargain]
  • Clothing site boohoo.com is throwing a clearance sale with up to 80 per cent off a range of womens clothing. You can also score free delivery for orders over $40.
  • ShopStyle is having another clearance sale on fashion and beauty items. Prices start at under $1. Click here to see the full range.
  • Miscellaneous

  • Planning a Christmas getaway? HotelClub is offering $50 off bookings over $100 to Visa Checkout customers who use the diuscount code "VISACHECKOUT". [Via OzBargains]
  • Lifehacker isn't the biggest fan of Christmas-themed ditties; mainly because you can't escape the bloody things. If you're cut from a different cloth (red green and white, natch) you can currently download a free Christmas album from Google Play.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on last-minute Christmas gifts and LEGO Brickmaster books. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • JB Hi-Fi is having a 20 per cent off sale on Blu-rays and DVDs. The deal ends this Saturday.
  • Seen anything better? Share links to more online deals in the comments section below!


Comments

    Not sure if on OzBargain or Lifehacker. Good list though.

    Are you going to credit the source(s) where you found these deals?

      Sources are credited where applicable (some links also go directly to the source.)

        The amazon deal has the same affiliate code as ozbargain, and has ozb in the url. I assume this is a coincidence?

          The link takes you directly to the OzBargain website. How is that not attribution?

            was referring to the "30 per cent off $100+ purchases on select clothes" deal

              Ah, that should have been attributed! Fixed now.

    ...few of the Kindle books listed as freebies at Amazon aren't actually free when you go there...

    In addition to slashed prices, you can also get up to $200 in store credit when making a purchase. Click here for details.

    For the Good Guys deal, the link provided (which is a PDF) states that the promotion ended in November - is this the correct document?

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