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: Get up to 62 per cent off wine at Vinomofo, new free software from WindowsDeal, get up to 50 per cent off electronics at eBay. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain.
- This week’s Humble Bundle focuses on indie games. Pay what you want for Super Splatters, UnEpic, and Pixel Piracy. Pay more than the average to also receive La-Mulana, Torchlight II, and Outlast. Pay $10 or more, and you also get Shadow Warrior Special Edition. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity.
- Humble Bundle is also offering a new weekly deal on addictively tough games. Pay what you want for Cook, Serve, Delicious!, QP Shooting - Dangerous!!, and Velocibox. If you pay more than the average price, you'll also get Woah Dave! and Tales of Maj'eyal. Pay $8 or more, you'll receive all of the above plus Wings of Vi.
- Cards Against Humanity is one of the most hilarious and repugnant games known to mankind. You can now play it for free on your tablet, phone or PC.
- The PlayStation Store is throwing an Easter sale with up to 70 per cent off games across all console formats. The promotion ends 15 April and new deals will be added each day. Click here to see the current available titles.
- Target is having a clearance sale across all entertainment categories, including video games. Deals that caught our eye include Assassin's Creed 3 on Wii U for $15, NBA Live 14 on PS4 for $22 and Titanfall on Xbox One for $20.
- Google Play has slashed the price of 15 Android games to just 15 cents each. Grab the lot for $2.25.
- GOG.com has knocked 80 per cent off The Witcher video game series. These are fantastic, adult RPGs that will keep you entertained for hours.
- Westpac's fingerprint sign-in for online baking is now available for iPad customers. This allows Westpac customers to use the iPad's Touch ID sensor to securely access their bank accounts. Get the new app here.
- Need to update your PC's security software? Bitdefender is offering a free nine-month trial of Internet Security 2015 to OzBargain customers -- click here to get your download.
- You can currently get six months of Presto's streaming TV & movie service for free when you use the discount code "TEL515". The deal was designed for Telstra T-Box customers but the code seems to work regardless of what device you are using. Some users appear to be having trouble with this code, so cross your fingers and give it a whirl! If that doesn't work, you can also snag a free two month trial here. [Via OzBargain]
- WindowsDeal has slashed a handful of PC software titles by up to 100 per cent. (We've not personally tested any of these products, so be mindful of included bloatware.)
- You can currently get a 64GB PNY Turbo USB 3.0 flash drive from Amazon for $24.95. Not too shabby. [Via OzBargain]
- Dell is selling its Ultrasharp 34" Curved Monitor (U3415W) for $1087 when customers use the discount code "CTECH20". It boasts a 21:9 ultra thin bezel with edge-to-edge WQHD (3440x1440) imagery. [Via OzBargain]
- For a limited time, Vodafone is offering 30% off access fees on all Business Red SIM Only month to month plans. The discount applies off the first 12 months of the plan. The offer is valid from 8 April to 2 June 2015.
- Dick Smith has also slashed 20 per cent off big brand TVs including Samsung, Panasonic, LG and Sony.
- You can currently get up to 50 per cent off electronics on eBay. Products include Windows laptops, iPhones, Android handsets and storage products.
- Vinomofo's latest wine offerings include 56 per cent off Sensi 'Collezione' Montepulciano D'Abruzzo 2013, 62 per cent off a 2014 Sauvignon Blanc from a 5 red star producer and 55 per cent off a 96pt Western Australian Cabernet Sauvignon from 2012.
- KFC is opening its kitchens to the public with free guided tours set to take place on 18 April. In addition to seeing how the company makes its chicken, customers will also score a free KFC lunch. Click here for details.
- Catch of the Day is having a Super Slimming Sale with up to 60 per cent off on brands such as Optislim, QuickTrim and Rapid Detox. Prices start at $4.95.
- Target is still selling snow cone makers for just $9. You can also get popcorn makers, milkshake makers and chocolate fountains for $5 apiece. Bargain.
- Delivery Hero is offering $20 off to new customers. Get the code here.
- Scoopon is offering up to 66 per cent off Sofitel Nusa Dua hotels in Bali. The package includes daily breakfasts, dinner, massages, personalised butler service, airport transfers and complimentary hermès toiletries. Click here for more information.
- Mumgo is selling a range of discounted CamelBak drink bottles for for kids. Click here to see the range.
- Catch of the Day has slashed over 50 per cent off the price of Antler Hard case luggage. The deal includes free delivery.
- Milan Direct is having an online furniture sale. Noteworthy deals include up to 56 per cent off French Provincial furniture, 23 per cent off Alva Scandinavian-style office desks and bookshelves from $55.
- Big W is having a "Mega" online clearance with up to to 80 per cent off a range of categories including clothing, toys and sporting goods. Click here to see the full range of deals.
- Airbnb is offering 20 per cent off bookings for new users when they use the discount code "TRAVELZOOAU20". The deal is valid until May 1, 2015. [OzBargin]
- PINCHme is one of those marketing firms that give out free samples of products in exchange for customer feedback. This month's freebie include Paw by Blackmores Classic Care Dog Shampoo and two varieties of Purina Cat Food. Click here to claim your sample.
- Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on kids books, bath products and South African cuisine. Click here to see the full range of deals.
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