Hump Day Deals: Massive Dick Smith Sale, Cheap Beef Jerky, Free Photobooks

Hump Day Deals: Massive Dick Smith Sale, Cheap Beef Jerky, Free Photobooks
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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 Dick Smith’s mega sale, 50% off Geronimo Jerky, get a free 6×6 photobook from Photobook Australia. Click the links below to land yourself a bargain.


    • is having a big game sale with old classics and brand new games included. Click here to see what’s on offer.
    • Cheapskate gamers take note: Steam is finally offering its customers refunds on purchased video games, and the process is surprisingly easy to scam.
    • Target is selling the Halo Master Chief Collection on Xbox One for $37.
    • OzGamesShop is still having a clearance sale with up to 85 per cent off select video games. Click here to see the deals.
    • The latest Humble Bundle focuses on the award-winning indie games. Pay what you want for World of Goo, Super Meat Boy, and Dustforce DX. Pay more than the average price, and you also get Dungeon Defenders Collection, LIMBO, and Braid. Pay $1 above the average or more, and you also get Risk of Rain and Antichamber. As always, you can choose who gets the lion’s share of your money: Humble Bundle, the developers or the nominated charity.
    • Apalon is having a sale on its iOS apps. Deals include 70 per cent off Pimp Your Screen, 50 per cent off Emoji Keypad and Notepad+ for $6.49.
    • 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.)
    • First-time users of taxi service Uber can still get $20 off their first ride. Get the discount code here.
    • Udemy has slashed the price of 36 online courses by 100 per cent. Subjects include everything from Apple Watch development to building muscles. Click here to see what’s on offer.


    • Dick Smith has slashed the price of almost everything it sells. Here’s an extensive list of highlights, courtesy of OzBargain.
    • VoucherCloud is offering 15 per cent off everything at Simply Wholesale which sells a huge range of electronics and accessories. Click here to see what’s on offer.
    • FujiFilm is offering a cashback promotion on X Series cameras. From 1 June to 31 July, the company will offer up to $200 cashback with the purchase of selected X Series models acquired from an authorised Australian participating retailer.
    • The Alcatel Onetouch is a four-inch budget smartphone running on Android KitKat 4.4 that retails for just $59. Click here for more information.
    • PCByte is selling 1TB Western Digital WD My Passport hard dives (USB 3.0) for $69; a saving of more than 20 per cent. [Via OzBargain]


    • For a limited time, KFC is offering its “9 Pieces for $9.95” deal every day of the week. The catch is that you need to order via the KFC app. [Via OzBargain]
    • Sccopon has a handful of restaurant deals up for grabs in each state: South Australians can get a meat or seafood platter with a bottle of wine at Europa at the Bay for $49. Queenslanders can get an Italian lunch at Delizioso for $15 per person. Western Australians can get a multi-course Chinese banquet at the award-winning Shun Fung Chinese Seafood Restaurant for $69. Victorians can get 2x all-you-can-eat seafood buffet by the Panoramic Docklands Waterfront for $79. Sydneysiders can sample the entire menu at the Spanish at Toros Tapas & Bar for $49 per person or a $60 spend at the Red Spoon (Thai) for $29.
    • Delivery Hero is offering $10 off takeaway orders when you spend $20 of more. To get the deal, download the Delivery Hero app from its website.
    • Geronimo Jerky has knocked 50 per cent off its beef jerky range. There are six flavours to choose from including PowWow (brown sugar and ginger), Spicy Shamin (BBQ curry) and Flamin Arrow (hot). To get the discount, use the online code “EOFY”. [Via OzBargain]
    • Miscellaneous

      • You can currently snag a free 6×6 photobook from Photobook Australia through VoucherCloud. After purchasing your order, you will only be charged $4.95 for delivery. Nice!
      • Need some dapper threads for winter? VoucherCloud is offering 25 per cent off with Oasis and 20 per cent off with the Iconic.
      • Milan Direct is having a sale on select furniture items, including 8-point Massage Chairs on special for $279 and up to 35 per cent off bar stools.
      • Scoopon is offering 50 per cent off an eight-night stay at the 5-Star Pullman Khao Lak resort in Thailand with all meals included. Normally costing over $4000, the deal can be snapped up for $1998.
      • You can also get 72 per cent off at the Grand Hyatt Nusa Dua hotel in Indonesia.
      • Target is throwing a two-week “Big Sale” across multiple product categories, with up to 60 per cent off select products. Click here to see the deals.
      • Big W is knocking 50 per cent off selected LEGO, including Star Wars versions. The deal starts this Thursday. Click here to see what’s on offer.
      • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on Moroccan food, winter skin solutions and bathroom products. Click here to see the full range of deals.

      • Seen anything better? Share links to more online deals in the comments section below!


  • “Geronimo Jerky has knocked 50 per cent off its beef jerky range.”

    No they haven’t, they’ve taken it off their 40g packs which is significantly different.

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