Welcome to Wednesday! Get over the hump with some retail therapy. Here are some of the best deals we've spotted today, including: get 20% off Apple, Dell and Samsung products, 60% off Rawson's Retreat reds, fly with TigerAir for just $40.
- The Microsoft Store is selling Xbox One (500GB) bundles with four games for just $329. There are three different game bundles to choose from. Click here!
- EB Games is throwing a pre-owned video games sale, with titles going for as little as $4! Check it out!
- eBay has a bunch of video games and accessories for under $15 - including some hard-to-find goodies for retro collectors.
- You can also get an extra 10% off PC games at Fanatical when you use the discount code 'SPRING10'. Click here!
- Amazon Australia is selling a range of video games and accessories for 70% off or more. Get stuck in!
- This week's Humble Bundle features a jumbo collection of games that will test your mental abilities. Normally, the total cost for these games is as much as $133. Instead, pay what you want! 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.
- Udemy is offering a whopping 122 online courses for free. Click here to see the full list.
- The ever-reliable PureVPN is offering a massive 82% off 3-year VPN plans. This works out to $69, or around $1.90 per month. (RRP: $394.20.) Click here to get the deal!
- You still have one more day to take advantage of eBay's 20%-off tech sale. Participating brands include Bose, Samsung, Dell, LG and Apple! To get the deal, use the discount code 'PRINT' at checkout. Click here!
- Optus currently has the Samsung Galaxy S9 on a $69 a month, over 24 months. It comes with 20GB of data. (Available to new and recontracting customers, only.) Click here!
- JB Hi-Fi is having a sale on a variety of wireless charging bases. Click here to evolve!
- You can currently get 20% off GoPro cameras including the GoPro Hero 5 and GoPro Hero 6 when you buy from eBay and use the code 'PREWINTER' at checkout.
- Amazon is selling the DeLonghi Dedica Pump Espresso - an absolutely excellent entry-level coffee machine with a full metal body and thermoblock - ">for just $137.50. The discount is applied at checkout - so make sure it goes through before finalising the purchase!
- $137.50 still too pricey? You can also get DeLonghi's Piccolini Capsule Coffee Machine for just $23.90! (Discount is applied at checkout.) Click here!
- Futu Online is offering 20% off hundreds of tech products via its eBay store. To get the discount, use the code 'PRINT' at checkout. Click here!
- Amazon is selling its deluxe Kindle Paperwhite E-reader for $159 (RRP: $179.) Get the deal here.
- Here's a nifty offer from Telstra for the Google Pixel 2 - for a limited time, you can get the handset on a $59/mth two-year plan with 15GB data and a Google Home Mini thrown in for free. Click here!
- Kogan has the 64GB Samsung Galaxy S9 for $999 - that's a cheeky $200 off the RRP. Click here!
- Sony is in the midst of a massive tech sale, offering big discounts on TVs, cameras, headphones, Playstation 4 consoles and more. Click here to start browsing.
- Amazon is still selling great headphones for 20 per cent off! If you care about audio quality, check out the offerings from Bose and Sennheiser. Click here for the rest!
- Here's a list of eBay's Daily Deals.
- KFC is selling large chips for $2 through its app. Nice.
- eBay has a case of mixed red wines, including Rawson's Retreat varieties, for $73. That's $116 off the RRP! Click here.
- Who wants free birthday food? We've updated our free food and drinks guide for when it's your birthday. (If it's not your birthday, bookmark this baby for later!) Click here!
- Domino's has a cracker deal for Wednesday arvo: 30% off pizzas, pick up or delivered! Details 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.
- Flying around the country between May and September? Then you're going to want to suss out TigerAir's cheap flights. They've got fares starting as low as $40 one way. Check it out.
- Virgin is offering triple Velocity frequent-flyer points when you book a flight before 27 March 2018. Valid for travel between 19 March 2018 and 12 February 2019. Details here.
- Click Frenzy Junior still has a few hours left. It's nominally geared towards products for kids - but there's plenty on offer for mums, dads and non-parents too, including alcohol, oddly. Here are some highlights!
- iTunes has slashed a bunch of 4K movie downloads by up to 75%, including actually decent films like The Prestige and Interstellar (citation needed.) Normally $19.95, you can now get them for $4.99. Click here for some highlights!
- JB Hi-Fi has knocked 25% off all ABC and BBC Blu-Rays and DVDs. Here are the deals!
- Amazon Australia has a 15% off sale on fashion items. Brands like the North Face, Tommy Hilfiger, Lee, Pacifico are all involved. Click here to see the deals.
- Here are eBay's hand-picked deals under $20, $10 and $5.
- This week's Humble Book Bundle is all about DIY Electronics, including Learning Python with Raspberry Pi, Electronics For Dummies, and Complete Electronics Self-Teaching Guide with Projects. Pay what you want and save up to $520. Click here!
- Amazon has knocked up to 60% Off home appliances. There's a huge selection of products too, including irons, toasters and mixers. Click here to start browsing!
- The BookDepository has opened a digital bargain shop, with up to 50 per cent off best-selling titles! Click here to start bowsing!
- Old faithful Lovehoney is having a 70% off sex-toys sale. Ooh-er! Etc.
- Each Wednesday, Aldi runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on gardening and workwear. Click here to see the full range of deals.
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