Welcome to Wednesday! Get over the hump with some retail therapy. Here are some of the best deals we've spotted today, including: the best deals from eBay's 20% off tech sale, save up to 50% of Apple gear and the latest super-cheap vouchers from Hungry Jack's.
- Amazon is selling the 1TB limited-edition Minecraft Xbox One for under $298.99. The deal also comes with a free month of Xbox Game Pass, which grants you free access to some of the best games on the system. Get it here!
- JB Hi-Fi is throwing another '2-for-$40' video game sale. There are some great titles to choose from, including Mad Max, Batman: Arkham Knight, Red Dead Redemption GOTY and Dishonored 2. Click here!
- EB Games is clearing out its back catalogue with games going for as little as $4. There are some decent titles on offer, including Mass Effect, Grand Theft Auto V and Far Cry Primal. Check it out!
- The Microsoft Store is having a discount sale on computing accessories with 20% off select items. Options include gaming mice, audio gear, keyboards, web cams and cables. Click here!
- Steam is selling all 12 Leisure Suit Larry games for under US$5. Get it here!
- Some people say physical media is dead. We say phewy! You can currently get three Blu-Ray movies from JB Hi-Fi for $40. Have a gander.
- This week's Humble Bundle focuses on classic video game remakes. Pay what you want and save up to $233. Click here!
- Got a PlayStation 4 and some cash to burn? Sony has reduced the price of a bunch of PS4 games to under $30. There are some bona fide classics here spanning most genres. Check out the full list here!
- Steam has a bunch of deals as part of its 'Midweek Madness' sale.
- Origin is giving away the PC game Dead Space 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.
- Looking to upgrade your home broadband on the cheap? We've outlined the cheapest NBN plans on the Aussie market with options for each speed tier: NBN 12, NBN 25, NBN 50 and NBN 100. Have a gander!
- Kogan's mobile outfit is giving away its XL 30 Day Plan when you switch your existing number from another network (excluding Vodafone). The deal comes with 23GB of data and unlimited standard national calls and texts/MMS. Click here!
- Once again, eBay is having a 20%-off tech sale. Participating brands include Samsung, Bose, Dell, LG and Apple! To get the discount, use the code 'P20TECH' at checkout. Click here to start browsing! We've also pulled out some highlights for you.
- The Microsoft Store has knocked 15% off Surface Laptops and accessories for students. Click here!
- Sony is in the midst of a massive summer sale, offering big discounts on TVs, cameras, headphones, Playstation 4 consoles and more. Click here to start browsing.
- If you're in the market for a mirrorless camera, it's hard to look past Canon. JB Hi-Fi have a range of models on special including the EOS M6. For a limited time, each purchase comes with a free JB gift card valued at up to $100 - which you can put towards a second lens or nice fat SD card. Click here!
- JB Hi-Fi is also throwing another big brand TV sale. You can snag 20% off 4K big-screen jobbies from Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and others. Click here!
- Sony's WH-1000XM2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headset is down to $387.89 with the code 'PAPERS'. Click here!>.
- If you're planning to upgrade your Apple gear, eBay has some good news for you: the online marketplace has slashed the price of select Apple products by up to 50 per cent. Check out the best deals here!
- The ROCK 360° Universal Car Phone Holder is currently on sale for just US$2.63 ($3.36 in dollarydoo money.) Details here!
- To celebrate Chinese New Year, Mobileciti is knocking 10% off storewide - a rather enticing offer if you're in the market for a high-end, $1200+ smartphone. To get the deal, use the discount code 'CNY2018'. Click here!
- You can currently get up to 68% off Casio G-Shocks watches. There are over 50 models to choose from. Check it out!
- Here's a list of eBay's Daily Deals.
- KFC's 9 for $9.95 is back every Tuesday until March 13. You can see the deal here and find your local here
- You can currently get up to $50 off Woolworths groceries when you shop online. Details here.
- Hungry Jack's has released its latest vouchers which expire 7 May. Print them off here!
- Each week, Aldi serves up a fresh crate of liquor deals. Here are this week's offers.
- Time for a groceries run? Here's all the deals going on at Woolies right now.
- Qantas is having a 'short break' sale on Economy flights both within Australia and abroad. Prices start at just $99! Click here!
- Humble Bundle has a collection of sci-fi and fantasy ebooks available right now that are worth checking out. Click here!
- Amazon Australia is having a big sale on beauty products with 30% off select products. Brands include L'Oreal Paris, Covergirl and Max Factor. Click here!
- TravelOnline has knocked up to 50% off Thailand holidays including flights and accommodation. Click here to see the offers!
- The Book Depository has slashed hundreds of great books by up to 80%. All books come with free delivery worldwide. Click here to see what's on offer.
- Foxtel is currently offerings its Entertainment and Sports packs (including HD channels) for $39 a month. That's a saving of $26 a month and you also get the IQ3 box for free. There's no lock in contract but there is an install fee. You can grab that deal here
- Amazon is having a fashion clearance sale with 40% off select items including men's shoes, women's shoes, hand bags, sun glasses, suits and children's clothing. The discount will be applied at checkout so don't be put off by the listed prices. Click here!
- Old faithful Lovehoney is having a 70% off sale. Ooh-er! Etc.
- ShopStyle have thousands of sales items ready to throw money at for both men and women. If you're looking to spruce up that wardrobe, this is the way to do it. Shop the women's range here and shop the men's range here.
- Each Wednesday, Aldi runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on fashion, BBQs and kids bathroom products. Click here to see the full range of deals.
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