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 25% off whole and 1/2 chickens at Nando’s, get up to 65% off wine at Vinomofo, get Todo’s Electric Food Dehydrator for $49 (RRP: $199). Click the links below to land yourself a bargain.
- Origin has a new free game up for grabs: Zuma’s Revenge.
- The Humble Store is throwing a “DRM Freedom Sale”. As the name of the sale implies, it has slashed the price of games that don’t require digital rights management to play. There are a lot of good games here and almost all of them are under $5. Some games that caught our eye include Super Meat Boy for $1.79, To The Moon for $1.99, OlliOlli for $1.94 and Pixel Junk Shooter bloody for 94 cents. Bargain.
- OzGamesShop’s clearance sale is still going strong, with up to 85 per cent off select video games. Click here to see the deals.
- The latest Humble Bundle is all about making games. Pay what you want for the Game Dev Starter Pack, including Stencyl: Indie Edition One-Year License; Humble Store coupons for 90% off RPG Maker 2000, 2003 and XP; a Humble Bundle Starter DLC Pack; an Indie Game Maker Contest ’14 Finalist Pack featuring Remnants of Isolation and Last Word; and Labyrinthine Dreams. Pay more than the average price to also receive RPG Maker VX Ace Deluxe Edition, Game Character Hub, a Humble Bundle Sci-Fi DLC Pack, Humble Bundle New DLC Pack, Aveyond: Lord of Twilight, and Crimzon Clover WORLD IGNITION. Pay $12 or more for all of the above plus App Game Kit 2, Spriter Pro, Sprite Lamp, Humble Bundle Fantasy DLC Pack, and Goats On A Bridge. 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 throwing a weekly sale focusing on heroines. The complete bundle includes Trine 2, Lumino City, Hack ‘n’ Slash, A City Sleeps, The Marvellous Miss Take and Gravity Ghost and Sunset.
- 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 free access to Harvard Business Review website when you sign up as a new member. The deal ends in August. [Via OzBargain]
- Sharesale is selling Google Cardboard-style virtual reality glasses for just $2.07. It can run VR apps on Android smartphones measuring between 3.5 and 5.5 inches. [Via OzBargain]
- VoucherCloud’s Value Basket page currently has some decent deals on electronics, including up to 40% off tablets and 30% off noise-cancelling headphones. Click here to check out the deals.
- Officeworks is having a clearance sale. Products on special include the Jawbone UP24 fitness tracker for $49 (RRP: $147), Sony MDR-ZX750BN Bluetooth headphones for $69 (RRP: $188) and JBL Creature III self-powered multimedia satellite and subwoofer system for $39 (RRP: $99).
- Bargain Avenue is offering 15% off Dell computers over $1600. Click here to get the deal.
- You can currently get the Raspberry Pi 2 fron Element 14 for $34.83. Official Raspberry Pi Cases are also available for $8.32. To get the discounts, use the deal codes “C17JUNEAU” and “10WINNERAU”, respectively. [Via OzBargain]
- E-cigarette store Vaper Empire is offering 25% off store-wide via Voucher Cloud. Click here to get the deal.
- Bargain Avenue is offering up to $500 off Lenovo laptops. Get the deal here.
- You can still get free shipping from online electronics store Mushtato. They are also in the middle of a clearance sale.
- The ever-dependable OzBargain has assembled a list of the hottest specials at Coles and Woolworths. Click here to see the deals.
- To celebrate its 25th birthday, Nando’s is offering 25% off whole and half chickens on Tuesdays. The deal ends 28 August.
- Here are the latest mystery wine deals from Vinomofo: 65% off a 95pt Shiraz from a 5 red star producer, 90pt NZ Sauvignon Blanc for $8.25 per bottle and 55% off a premium 96pt Shiraz.
- Once again, KFC has reduced the price of its small hot chips to a single dollar. Tasty.
- 7 Eleven is offering two Slurpees for the price of one. Huzzah!
- Groupon is selling the Todo Electric Food Dehydrator for $49 — a saving of $150. It allows you to dry a variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs and meats without any added preservatives.
- Uber is offering up to $30 off new customer’s first ride when they use the discount code “XPERIARide”. The deal is valid until 1 August, 2015. [Via OzBargain]
- Online fashion store boohoo is offering 20% off everything via Voucher Cloud. Click here to get your discount code.
- Movie tickets are bloody expensive. Thankfully, you can currently get Hoyts tickets for $8.50 via Groupon. Click here for more information.
- Need a new suit? Menswear retailer Moss Bros is offering 15% off everything Get the discount code here. If you’re after something more casual, you can also get up to 100% off at Hallenstein Brothers via the Mystery Discount sale.
- ShopStyle is having another clearance sale on fashion and beauty items. Prices start at 60 cents. Click here to see the full range.
- Bargain Avenue has released its top 25 discount codes for the week, including $1000 off P&O Cruises, 70% off Surfstitch Australia and up to 70% off Myers’ online store. Click here to see the full range of deals.
- Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on winter clothing, bed & bath and beauty products. Click here to see the full range of deals.
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