Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia This Morning

Good morning! Here's some cracking morning deals for Lifehacker readers!

1. Huge eBay sale: From 10am today until 11:59pm January 22, eBay are having a 20% off tech sale. You will need to enter the code PCTECH at checkout. This offer is only available at participating stores and the maximum discount is $1000. You can find the list of stores participating in the sale at eBay's terms and conditions page. Click here to head to the landing page and have a look through.

2. EB Games is basically giving away the SteamLink, which allows you to stream your PC games to your TV. The SteamLink is going for $29, but included in that price is $20 Steam credit, so the SteamLink is only $9. Get that ridiculous deal here.

3. Tigerair cheap flights: Tiger have a range of domestic flight deals that end at 12pm today (then a new sale might even start, who knows!) There are plenty of sub-$70 flights in the travel period between 27 February and 27 March. Click here to grab some cheapies!

4. Microsoft: We're coming up to 'Back To School' time and Microsoft have 15% off Surface Pro and Surface Laptop for students. That's some of the cheapest prices you will find on these guys and as I've said time and again - the Surface Laptop is really good. Click here for the deal!

5. Petbarn have 25% off: If you own a small, furry baby then Petbarn is the place to go - they have 25% off your order if you use the code CL2918 at checkout. This does not include vet prescription diets and it *does* stack with the 20% off Repeat Delivery deal, which you can cancel anytime. Head to their site to redeem!

6. Macca's has a two burger for $6 promo today. You can grab two summer favourites (Big Mac, McChicken, Quarter Pounder, Filet O Fish) for $6 for today only. You will need to download the mymacca's app to redeem, but that's a fair price to pay for two McChickens in my opinion!

Have a great morning!

Want more? See yesterday's deals here!


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