Welcome to Wednesday! Get over the hump with some retail therapy. Here are some of the best deals we've spotted today, including: Get up to 90% off PC games at Fanatical, Sony's big clearance sale on home entertainment products, what you need to know about eBay Plus and heaps more!
- There's still a few days left in Fanatical's May Madness sale - score up to 90% off PC games. Click here to start browsing!
- In the market for a new gaming rig or laptop? Alienware is currently offering $600 off select models. Click here for highlights!
- This week's Humble Bundle focuses on ARMA 2018. Pay what you want and save over $180. Click here!
- Microsoft's eBay store is selling a bunch of Xbox One S bundles for cheap - prices start at under $240! To get the deal, use the discount code 'PCSAVINGS'. 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 122 online courses for free. Click here to see the full list.
- JB Hi-Fi has a $49 Telstra mobile plan that comes with 25GB data allowance plus a $200 JB gift card. That's crazy good value. Click here for details!
- TPG is launching 4G mobile service in the second half of 2018 - and its offering a free six-month trial to customers. Click here for details!
- Here are the best NBN plans in Australia, based on price and speed.
- eBay is launching a new subscription service dubbed eBay Plus that offers a bunch of exclusive deals, plus free shipping. Click here for details!
- Amazon is now offering daily deals across all categories. Prices start at under $5! Click here.
- Sony is selling the 70-inch X67E 4K HDR Smart TV with ClearAudio+ for $1998 - a cool $1200 off the RRP! Click here for more SonyTV deals!
- Kogan's Frenzy sale is still going strong. You can currently score up to 60 per cent off across all categories, including TVs, smartphones and air conditioners. Click here!
- Sony is in the midst of a clearance sale, offering big discounts on TVs, cameras, headphones, Playstation 4 consoles and more. Click here to start browsing.
- Here are Dan Murphy's current grog deals. (Drink responsibly, etc.)
- Hungry Jack's has released a stack of new vouchers which are valid through to the end of JUly. Score a bacon and egg muffin, hash brown and coffee for under $4! Or how about two Whopper meals for $10.95? Bargain! Here are the disocunt vouchers for May-July.
- McDonald's is selling $3 Big Macs through its MyMaccas app. Click here!
- Time for a groceries run? Here's all the deals going on at Woolies right now.
- Old faithful Lovehoney is having a 70% off sale. Ooh-er! Etc.
- eBay has 20% off tyres. To get the deal, use the discount code 'PISTON'. Click here!
- Priceline's The Pink Dot sale runs until Wednesday June 6. You can get half price on a lot of cosmetics and fragrances, plus vitamins, hair care and more. Click here to start browsing.
- Anyone remember when Blu-rays were $30-$40 a pop? Now you can get 2 for $20. Head to JB Hi-Fi to see what's available.
- Target has a bunch of kids superhero costumes for $10 - $19 off the RRP. You can also get Disney princesses Click here for some highlights!
- Here's a list of eBay's Daily Deals.
- Here's an odd little deal for lovers of vampires, werewolves and er, mermaids. The Paranormal 13 ebook set features 13 full-length urban fantasy novels and it's currently free on Amazon. That's 3,500 pages of spooky prose for nada! Click here to get the deal.
- eBay has knocked 20% off selected toys, including popular brands like Lego, Nerf, Star Wars and Barbie. Click here!
- Humble Bundle is having an e-book sale on BOOM! Studios comic books.
- 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.
- Each Wednesday, Aldi runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on house heating, menswear and pet supplies. Click here to see the full range of deals.
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