Hump Day Deals: 4K TV Sale, Cheap Dell Laptop, 20% Off At Ebay

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: $400 off Dell’s Inspiron 15-5000 laptop, Xbox One for $249, a free 500ml bottle of olive oil valued at $24.50.


  • This week’s Humble Bundle focuses on adventure games. Pay what you want for Lumino City, Broken Age, and Titan Souls. Pay $1 or more to receive a coupon for 10% off Humble Monthly for new subscribers. Pay more than the average price and you’ll also get Grim Fandango Remastered, Massive Chalice, and Oxenfree. Pay $9 or more for all of that plus Day of the Tentacle Remastered. As always, you can elect to give a portion of your money to the nominated charity.
  • Target is selling the original Xbox One for $249. It’s available from tomorrow. [Via Kotaku]
  • Willing to spend a bit more on an Xbox One? You can also get the 1TB version bundled with Halo 5 and Halo: Master Chief Collection for $299 from EB Games.
  • Ubisoft is giving away the classic game Beyond Good And Evil on PC for free. Get it here.
  • Origin is giving away the video game Dungeon Keeper for free. Get it here.
  • Udemy has slashed 33x online courses by 100%. Topics include 30 Days Of Python, A to Z of Ethical Hacking and Excel Pivot Tables. Click here to see the full list.
  • You can currently watch the first hour-long episode of Westworld on Foxtel for free. Click here for more information.


  • JB Hi-Fi is having a clearance sale on brand-name TVs. Click here to see what’s on offer.
  • CatchOfTheDay is having a pre-Christmas sale with over 500 picks to choose from. The bargains on offer cover every conceivable category but there’s a lot of tech, including HD TVs. Click here to start browsing.
  • You can currently get 20% off various Aussie retailers via eBay. Use the discount code ‘CHEER20’ during checkout. Click here to start browsing.
  • If you’re a member of JB Hi-Fi’s mailing list, you should be receiving an email soon this week advertising this week’s Deals — $400 Off a Dell Inspiron 15-5000 15.6″ Laptop. Click here for details.
  • Looking to connect to the NBN on a budget? Here are the cheapest unlimited data plans for each Australian city.


  • Dan Murphy is selling 45 Heinekens for $45. Click here for more information.
  • Pizza Hut is offering two Large Pizzas for $14 pickup, Monday to Wednesday. Use the discount code ‘LS2LP14’. [Via OzBargain]
  • Nuggetty Creek is giving away free 500ml bottles of Olive Oil valued at $24.50. The catch is that you need to subscribe to their newsletter to get the freebie. Details here.
  • Here are Hungry Jack’s vouchers for September through to November.
  • Time for a groceries run? Here are the best deals from Woolworths.


  • If you ever studied communications at university, you’re doubtlessly familiar with Noam Chomsky. You can currently get 50% off his works at Haymarket Books. [Via OzBargain]
  • To quote Kramer from Seinfeld: Retail is for suckers. Here are eight ways to score ‘double whammy’ discounts on products that are already on special.
  • JB Hi-Fi is having a ‘2 For $30’ deal on movies and TV shows. Click here to see what’s on offer.
  • This week, Humble Bundle is running an e-book deal focusing on Doctor Who fiction. Click here to see what’s on offer.
  • SBS now has 946 free movies available on SBS on Demand. Click here to start browsing.
  • Each Wednesday, ALDI runs a ‘Special Buys’ sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today’s deals focus on classic kids toys and swimwear for children and adults. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • Who doesn’t love a freebie? Here are 84 product samples you can snap up for free, including T-shirts, nappies, organic tea and condoms.

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