Good morning! Here are some cracking morning deals for Lifehacker readers!
1. $10 Tickets To the A-League: If you're around Sydney and want to get to the Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix match, you can grab tickets for just $10. However there are those pesky $6.60 transaction fees, too. You'll need the code 'playfootball' to redeem. Click through here.
2. Amazon Music Unlimited: Pretty lengthy free trial offer for the recently released Amazon Music service in Australia. You get 90 days to suss out whether it's for you or not. Will be able to pair up nicely with your Echos and Alexa. Worth checking out. Click here to suss it.
3. 4K 65" TV for $1096: JB Hi-Fi have apparently done it again by slashing the price of the Hisense N5 down to $1096. For this price, this is a really decent offer - depending on your opinion of Hisense. Not quite the same level of clarity as some of the premium brands, but an absolute bargain. Suss out the deal here.
4. eBay's Daily Deals: The spotlight is on the Dyson vacuums we brought to your attention yesterday - you can grab the DC35 for around $240 dollars using the code PRESSURE at checkout. Other daily deals include half price electric toothbrush kits from Oral B, half price cat furniture and the excellent Huawei Mate 10 for $1059. You can click here for all the daily deals.
5. Tiger Rice Cooker: If you're a Costco member than apparently this deal is the goods. The 10 cup Tiger Rice Cooker is a rice cooker that lasts and lasts. OzBargain has the hot tip!
6. Return Airfares to Japan for FREE: We had this yesterday but it's crazy good so I am leaving it in! Jetstar are doing their fly to Japan and get a return starter fare for free promotion. It doesn't include the extras like baggage and whatnot, and when I checked certain dates they were already sold out, but the sale is on. Dates are from May to September this year. Go cash in and visit one of the best places on Earth. You can click here to see the dates and prices.
Have a great morning!
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