Hump Day Deals: PlayStation Mega Sale, eBay Tech Clearance, 85% Off VPNs

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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: The best deals from PlayStation's Days Of Play sale, 20% off eBay's best-selling tech, save up to $800 on MS laptops and heaps more!

Games/software

  • Amazon's video game EOFY sale keep getting better. Click here for some highlights!

  • Sony PlayStation's Days Of Play sale is in full swing! You can score some significant discounts on PS4 games, consoles an accessories. Click here!

  • Surfshark has knocked up to 85% off its VPN plans with prices starting at just $1.94 per month. If you're keen to check out what US streaming services have to offer or just want to anonymise your online browsing, this is a solid option. Click here!

  • Fanatical has a bunch of deals on PC games at the moment. Here's the full list!

  • EB Games is having a half-price video game sale. Includes all major formats. Click here!

  • Udemy is currently offering 624 Programming and IT Courses for free. Click here to see the full list.

  • Amaysim has slashed the price of its SIM-only plans with 30GB plans going for just $30! Here are the available options:

Computers/Gadgets

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  • The Microsoft Store is offering up to $800 off Windows PCs. Click here!

  • Computer Alliance is having a clearance sale on PC components. To get the deal, use the discount code 'PLINK20' at checkout. Click here!

  • JB Hi-Fi is throwing a Tax Time Madness Sale with big discounts on select tech products. Click here for some highlights!

  • The Sony Store is having a camera clearance sale with camcorders, action cams, DSLRs and compacts all going cheap. Click here for the deals!

  • In the market for a new gaming rig or laptop? Dell is having an EOFY sale on Alienware and XPS laptops. Click here for highlights!

Miscellaneous

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  • $180 off Breville smart coffee grinder: Myer is selling Breville's Smart Grinder Pro for $171 - down from $349. To get the full discount, use the code 'PRIORITY10' at checkout. Click here!

  • Amazon has knocked up to 50% off watches as part of its mid-year sale. There are a stack of brands on offer, including Guess, Seiko, Hugo Boss, Emporio Armani, Diesel, Casio and Christian Paul. Click here!
  • Catch is having a clearance sale on Ray-Ban sunglasses with over 50% off select styles. Click here!

  • Mitsubishi has kick-started its EOFY car sale early. Click here to see the best offers.

  • Booktopia is offering 80% off books to ring in the new financial year. Click her!

  • eBay has knocked 20% off select tech products again. Click here to see what's on offer.

  • Each Wednesday, Aldi runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Click here to see the full range of deals.

  • Catch is offering an extra 40% off Nixon watches - most of which are already on special. There are options for both men and women. Click here!

  • Amazon's Mid-Year Sale is still spitting out fresh deals. Today's highlight is up to 50% off men's fashion products, including shoes, shirts and pants. Click here!
  • Geek specialists The Nile are offering an additional 15% off drones, board games, toys and electronics when you use the discount code 'PREMIER'. (There's also a bunch of non-geeky items, if you're that way inclined.) Click here!

  • Here's a list of eBay's Daily Deals.

  • Old faithful Lovehoney is having a 70% off sale. Ooh-er! Etc.

  • 50% off M.J. Bale suits: M.J. Bale is having a clearance sale on men's suits, dress shirts, ties and accessories. Save up to 50%! Click here.

  • 80GB Optus plans for $40: You still have a few days to take advantage of Optus' stupendous $40 SIM-only offer. The plan includes a massive 80GB of data to use each month, unlimited calls/texts and a bunch of bonuses. Check out the full inclusions below:

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