Hump Day Deals is Lifehacker's weekly grab bag of ripper online bargains across video game, gadgets, food and everything in-between. This week's hottest deals include a massive 80% off miniature drones, half-price Amazon Echo speakers, $5 PS4 video games, 90% off T2 teas and cheap tequila. Here are the links!
- 25% off pre-owned video games: EB Games is having a pre-owned games sale with 25% off select Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC titles. Click here!
- eBay video games sale: eBay is having a big games sale for Father's Day. Click here to see what's on offer!
- Fanatical Summer Sale: Fanatical is having a 'Summer' Sale (it's based in the Northern Hemispere y'see) with up to 80% off PC games. You can also nab an extra 10% off when you use the code 'FANATICAL10' at checkout. Click here!
- 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!
Star Wars Battlefront 2 for $5: Amazon Australia is selling Star Wars Battlefront 2 on PS4 for $5. While online matches are pretty hard to find these days, the included single-player campaign is well worth the asking price. Click here!
Cheap Corsair mechanical keyboards: Mighty Ape is selling the Corsair STRAFE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Cherry MX Blue) for $81 - down from an RRP of $168. To get the deal, use the discount code 'PAPA20'. Click here!
Cheap NBN Power User plan: Aussie Broadband's unlimited-data 'Power User' plan is currently down to $99 a month. You can also try it for one month free and then cancel with the code 'FREE19'. Click on the table below to see the full inclusions.
- $360 off Samsung Galaxy S10 5G: If you're lucky enough to live in a 5G-enabled area, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone is one of the only ways to experience the ultra-speedy network. Telstra just cut its 24-month S10 5G plans by $15 per month. This works out to $360 off the price of the phone. Here are the inclusions:
40% off HD dash cams: Amazon is currently selling Philips' dash camera range for 40% off the RRP. Stock is limited though, so get in quick! Click here.
Catch Big Brand Price Drop sale: For tonight only, Catch is knocking an extra 10% off discounted brand-name products from the likes of Dyson, KitchenAid, Adidas and Ray-Ban. Click here!
$267 off mini drones: KG Electronick is selling the ROVA A10 Flying Selfie Drone for just $31.20 - down from an RRP of $299! To get the full discount, use the code 'PAP20' at checkout. Click here!
15% off at The Good Guys: The Good Guys has knocked 15% off a huge range of electronics and whitegoods via its official eBay Store. You can also get up to 30% off portable gas and heating on its website. Click here!
50% off Amazon devices: Amazon Australia has slashed the price on a bunch of its products to cash in on Father's Day. Save up to 50% on Amazon Echos, Kindles and Fire TV Sticks. Click here!
eBay Father's Day sale: eBay is throwing a big Father's Day Sale with up to 80% off in the following categories: Gizmos and Gadgets, BBQs and Appliances, DIY Dad / Power Tools and Video Games. Click here to see some highlights!
4. 40% off professional gimbals: If you want to take your videography to the next level, a gimbal stabilizer is an essential tool of the trade. Zhiyun is currently selling the Crane v2 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal for $345, down from $579. This is a professional-level gimbal suitable for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras up to 1.8kg. Click here!
80% off high-pressure electric washers: Want an easier way to wash your car? eBay is selling Edison's Jet-USA High Pressure Washer - complete with gurney and 8-metre hose - for $71.20. That's a massive $228 off the RRP! To get the full discount, use the code 'PAPA20' at checkout. Click here!
- 90% off T2 teas: T2 is famous for making delicious teas but they're also horrifically overpriced. We're subsequently pretty stoked by this Catch sale where you can save up to 90%. Prices start at just $2! Click here.
- Aldi Special Buys: Each Wednesday, Aldi runs a 'Special Buys' sale on a range of heavily discounted items. Today's deals focus on Bulk Foods and Kitchen Essentials. Click here!
- 25% off Menulog orders: Our Lifehacker Coupons portal currently has a bunch of Menulog deals - including 25% off Japanese food orders, free delivery and $10 off select restaurants. Click here to see the list!
- Birthday freebies: 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!
- Cheap groceries: Time for a groceries run? Here's all the deals going on at Woolies right now.
25% off McDonald's: McDonald's is offering 25% off your first online order using the MyMaccas app. However, there's a sneaky way to get the deal every time. Click here!
Cheap grog: Boutique Cellar is having a liquor sale for Father's Day via its eBay Store. Available categories include wines, rum, vodka, gin, liqueurs, world whiskies and cognac - including 20% off the fetching Kah Skull Anejo Tequila. Click here!
- eBay daily deals: Another day, another eBay sale. Click here for the rest of today's deals!
Wotif Daily Deals: Wotif is running multiple sales right now with up to 40% off select luxury hotels. Click here to see the deals!
Half-price kettles and toasters: Catch is having a big sale on toasters and kettles with up to $120 off select brands. Click here!
Gift cards for Father's Day: Need a last-minute Father's Day gift? eBay has a range of gift cards for 15% off including iTunes, Dan Murphy's, Red Balloon, PlayStation Store and JB Hi-Fi. Click here to see the full range!
50% off sneakers: Catch is having a sports footwear mega sale with up to 50% off select shoes. Participating brands include Adidas, ASICS, Nike, Puma, Reebok and Slazenger. Click here!
Cheap Lego: Catch has knocked up to $100 off Lego sets, including Technic, Star Wars and Lego Architecture varieties. Click here!
Half-price KitchenAid mixers: You can also score big savings on KitchenAid mixers and cookware. Click here!
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