Over the past week, Domino's has been offering a respectable 50% off any pizza purchase - including delivery orders. The deal ends tonight so if you didn't get around to taking advantage of this offer, now's your last chance!
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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: get a 65-inch 4K TV for $998, Humble Bundle's Star Wars video games sale, Foxtel launches affordable sports-and-broadband bundle.
Apple is bringing back its Back to Uni deal for Australian and New Zealand students. Eligible customers can score a $100 Apple Store Gift Card when they buy a Mac for university. You can also score a $70 Gift Card when you buy an iPad Pro. That's in addition to Apple's pr-existing education discounts on Macs, iPads and AppleCare. Read on for details.
In today's era of affordable streaming, live sports are the only compelling reason to pay for Foxtel. Thankfully, things just got a bit cheaper for NRL, AFL and motorsports fans: you can now get Foxtel Sport and Entertainment packs in a 200GB broadband and home phone bundle for just $99 per month on a 12-month contract. Here are the details.
JB Hi-Fi has just knocked $300 off the Soniq U65VX15A 65" Ultra HD LED LCD Smart TV. This brings the total to a very tasty $998. Product highlights include an Ultra HD LED Backlit Panel, built-in Wi-Fi and web browser, USB 3.0 for multimedia playback and a native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. Let's take a look at the specs.
Planning a trip to the USA? Assuming they actually let you into the country, you can save a ton of money on accommodation by visiting your destination in an off-peak season. This chart from Hipmunk is a cheat sheet for seasonal hotel rates at popular US cities.
It's not unusual to find decent discounts on expensive tech gear. In fact, we'd say you're a bit of a chump if you buy anything at its full retail price in Australia. When you do see a good discount, though, don't automatically presume you can't do even better. Instead, follow these six steps to ensure you get the best deal possible.