Hump Day Deals: PC Software For $1, Mega Chocolate Sale, 20% Off Apple Products

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: Aldi's winter bedding sale, PC software Humble Bundle, get The Witcher: Enhanced Edition free from GOG.com.

Games/software

  • Big W is selling the 1TB Playstation 4 with Horizon Zero Dawn for $399 (a saving of $110)
  • TNT Stream Unblocker gives you unfettered access to Netflix libraries from around the world. You can currently snag a lifetime plan for as low as $45 AUD. Here are the details.
  • The PlayStation Store is offering Double Discounts to Plus members. Click here to start shopping.
  • This week's Humble Bundle focuses on PC non-game software. Normally, the total cost for these products is as much as $444. On Humble Bundle, you choose the price of $1 or more. As always, you can divvy up what you spend between the developers, Humble Bundle and the nominated charity.
  • It's not just retailers that are getting into the spirit of the season by throwing huge discounts on games. Xbox has gotten in on the act as well, and there are plenty of solid deals available. Here are the highlights.
  • GOG.com is giving away the popular game The Witcher: Enhanced Edition for free. The free codes are only available for a limited time so get in quick. [Via OzBargain]
  • The Disney Story Central is giving away a free ebook when you use the discount code "PIXAR0946263". Click here for more information.
  • Udemy is offering a massive 92 online courses for free. Topics include Get Fit To Get Dating. How to Meet Your Dream Woman, Adobe Photoshop CC For Beginners and Growth Hacking 101: Introduction to Growth Hacking. Click here to see the full list.

Computers/Gadgets

  • You can currently get 20% off tech products at eBay from an assortment of retailers including Asus, Sony, HP and Apple. Use the discount code "C20TEK" at checkout Click here for the deals.
  • Catch Of The Day is throwing a Top 250 Tech Buys sale, including Nintendo products and heaps of headphones. Click here to start browsing.
  • The Sony Xperia X is a 5-inch Android smartphone boasting a Full HD display, 23-megapixel camera and 32GB of integrated storage. For a limited time, you can get it from JB Hi-Fi for $399 - that's $200 off the RRP. Here are the details.
  • When you pre-order an LG G6 through Telstra, you'll also be signing up for a free 43-inch 1080p LED TV worth $1099. Gizmodo has the details.
  • Kogan is selling a 65-inch curved 4K TV for $1199. Click here for details.
  • Keen to pick up a Samsung Galaxy S8? Here's the best plan from every Australian telco.
  • And here's a corker Samsung Galaxy S8 deal from Wooloworths.
  • Here's a list of eBay's best retailer deals, including tech sites PC Byte, The Good Guys and Harvey Norman.
  • Dick Smith is having a clearance sale on items across multiple categories. Here are the deals.

Food/Drink

  • CatchOfTheDay is having a big chocolate sale for anyone who didn't get enough goodies at Easter. Click here to start shopping!
  • KFC is selling 30 chicken nuggets, two large chips and four dipping sauces for $15.95. Details here.
  • Looking to up your home cooking skills? This free cookbook has tons of tasty recipes that will save you cash without sacrificing flavour.
  • Time for a groceries run? Here are this week's best deals from Coles.
  • Catch of the Day is throwing an Easter show bag sale including chips, chocolate and lolly-themed bags. Click here to see what's on offer.

Miscellaneous

  • Kogan is selling the Komodo 8 Person Screened Tent for $219 with free shipping. Click here for details.
  • The Humble Bundle is having a sale on ebooks about, er, unicorns. Here's what's on offer.
  • Each Wednesday, Aldi runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on baking goods, kids clothing and winter bedding. Click here to see the full range of deals.

Comments

    Seriously, who in their right mind would pay even $1 for most of that software bundle. All IObit software does is screw up your computer. Majority of the time when I'm fixing a system at work it's because there's some variant of IObit cleanup or "performance boosting" software on it. Winzip...seriously...why? Only things really worth anything in there are the Auslogics software and Todo backup.

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