Hump Day Deals: Sony Tech Sale, 90% Off PC Games, Cheap NBN Plans

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: 100Mbps NBN plans for under $60, Sony's New Years' sale, up to 90 percent off PC games.

Games/software

  • GOG.com has slashed the price of new and classic PC games by up to 90% with an emphasis on RPG and adventure games. Click here to see the full range of deals.
  • OzGameShop has a 10% off promotion across the entire site (some exclusions apply). You will need to put the code word "GOLD" in at checkout! It brings games such as Super Mario Odyssey down to ~$58.
  • Here are the best video game deals on Amazon.
  • This week's Humble Bundle focuses on Civilisation VI and its DLC content. As always, you can divvy up what you choose to spend between the developers, Humble Bundle and the nominated charity.
  • The Witcher 3 Game Of The Year Edition is just $28 on PS4!
  • If you're looking for a cheap and reliable VPN, PureVPN is offering 81% off its 3-Year Plan. That works out to just $69.20 instead of $358.20.
  • Origin is giving away the PC game Plants vs. Zombies Game of the Year Edition for free. Click here to get the download.
  • Udemy is offering a whopping 122 online courses for free. Click here to see the full list.
  • For a limited time, Buzz Telco is discounting its pricing for NBN home broadband: available plans include 50mbps for $39 per month and 100mbps for $59 per month. We can't attest to the reliability of this ISP but those prices might be worth a punt. Check out the full range of deals here!

Computers/Gadgets

  • Aldi is selling Bauhn's monster 190cm Ultra HD 4K TV for just $1699. The deal kicks off on Saturday. More details here.
  • Here's a list of eBay's Daily Deals.
  • You can currently get five percent off at eBay when you use the discount code "PICK5". There's a minimum spend of $30 and the discount is capped at $300 per purchase.
  • The Google Pixel 2 (White) is going for just $799 delivered from MyMobile. This is unlocked, Australian stock. Great price, saving about $280.
  • Click here to save $780 on the Microsoft Surface Pro and The Surface Laptop.
  • You can currently get 35% off select Sunbeam kitchen appliances at Amazon.
  • Sony is in the midst of a massive New Years sale, offering massive discounts on TVs, cameras, headphones, Playstation 4 and more. Click here to start browsing.
  • Audiophiles can snap up some great bargains from premiumsound.com.au. Highlights include Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Wired Headphones for $99, Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay P2 Speaker for $199> and Bose Wave music system IV for $599. That's $80, $50 and $200 off, respectively.
  • Here are the latest bargains from Harvey Norman's Hot Deals sale.
  • Dick Smith is having an EOFY sale. Here are the deals.

Food/Drink

  • Here are the latest grog deals from Dan Murphy's.
  • Each week, Aldi serves up a fresh crate of liquor deals. Here are this week's offers.
  • Grill'd is offering two standard burgers (or salads) for the price of one. To qualify, you need to register your details on their website. More info here.
  • Jamie's Italian will be offering $10 pasta dishes from January 15 to January 31. The first week of pasta deals include Vegetarian Raviolo, Veggie Tagliatelle Bolognese and Fresh Crab Spaghetti, while the second week features the Prawn Linguine, Octopus Ravioli or Truffle Tagliatelle Book now to cash in.
  • McDonald's has a free Sundae deal today when you buy a Chicken Big Mac. You have to redeem through the mymacca's app. Grab it for iOS here and Android here.

Miscellaneous


Comments

    Buzz Telco actually provides very poor service. Do your homework first. YMMV
    see comments on Ozbargain https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/354496

      To be fair, pretty much every ISP has a raft of complaints about it online. As we said above, we do not vouch for the quality of the service.

        we need a new iiNet. Those were the good days! :)

          Totally agree. Just about to leave iiNet after 20 years with them as their service has turned to crap since being taken over. In the past 2 months have been on the phone to them 6 times trying to resolve an overbilling issue. Lost count of how much time I have spent on hold. Having to resort to the ombudsmen. Also my iiNet email address is full of spam that they never filter out no matter how many times I report a dodgy source.

            I'd suggest Aussie Broadband (i'm not a rep). Good value and has been faultless.

    This week's Humble Bundle focuses on Civilisation VI and its DLC content.Yeah, no.

    This month's subscription bundle appears to include Civ VI. But that isn't a pay-what-you-want dealie. And the link points to an expired deal.

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