Hump Day Deals: Cheap Asus Laptops, 20% Off Lego, JB Hi-Fi Mega Sale

Hump Day Deals: Cheap Asus Laptops, 20% Off Lego, JB Hi-Fi Mega Sale

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: Asus laptops from $199, half-price groceries, 70 per cent off Jabra headphones and Bluetooth speakers, cheap cyber security books from Humble Bundle.


  • Catch (formerly ‘Catch Of The Day’) is throwing a Nintendo sale, including 3DS XL consoles, multi platform games and Switch products.
  • Target is knocking 20% off assorted Lego sets. See what’s on offer here.
  • The PlayStation Store is having a ‘Big In Japan’ sale with savings of up to 60 per cent.
  • Origin is giving away Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault for free. Click here to get the download.
  • This week’s Humble Bundle focuses on Telltale games. Normally, the total cost for these products is as much as $275. On Humble Bundle, you choose your own price, starting at $1. As always, you can divvy up what you spend between the developers, Humble Bundle and the nominated charity.
  • You can currently get up to 90% off a bunch of online programming courses from Complete Programming Language Bootcamp. Check out the options here.
  • Udemy is offering another 22 online courses for free. Topics include Develop Confidence & Self Esteem, R Language Programming and Complete Web Development. Click here to see the full list.
  • You can currently get a four-month subscription to Google Play Music and YouTube Red for free. (New customers only.)



  • Woolworths is offering one month free delivery when you spend over $100. Click here for more info.
  • Catch is having a big sale on pantry goods. Click here to see what’s on offer.
  • Want a bunch of cheap chocolate? Sure you do.
  • Time for a groceries run? Here are the latest half-price deals from Woolworths.



  • That ‘JB Wicked Wednesday’ sale was a crock of shit. Similar items on eBay at the same (discounted) price, often from well-known retailers such as Officeworks – and they weren’t even discounted!

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