Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today

Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today

G’day! Here are some cracking deals for Lifehacker readers today including a cheap as chips PS4, cheap as chips undies and cheap as chips PCs

1. 1TB PS4 For $329: At about $130 cheaper than anywhere else, Amazon Australia have really provided the goods with this one. If you ever thought about getting a PS4, then now is a good time to buy. Take note though – in the past the more powerful PRO has been seen in the wild for not much more. Don’t expect this one to last forever. Click here to grab the deal!

2. 90% Discount at Big Man Tyrone: Want Big Man Tyrone to make a video for you? He’s running a promotion where you only have to pay ~$13 to get a video made where he basically says whatever you want. How dangerous. Use the code STUDENT at checkout. You can access the deal here!

3. BookDepository Bargain Shop: Hit the BookDepository bargain shop to grab some great buys this week. I would highly recommend Colson Whitehead’s Underground Railroad, for just $8, while Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby is just $7! The full list of discounts, with up to 50 percent (or more) off, is here!

4. eBay’s Daily Deals: Another day, another eBay deal. Look at this ridiculously priced Microsoft Surface Book! Insanity! Click here for all of today’s daily deals!

5. ASOS 20% Off : A more targeted ASOS sale than what we’re used to but if you’re looking for some slick new kicks, adidas or Nike gear, joggers and jackets – ASOS are doing 20% off streetwear. Free shipping. Usually get your goods in a week or so. I use ’em all the time, super reliable. You can access the sale here.

6. MSY Deals: If you can stomach MSY’s unusual website and refrain from stressing about their run ins with the ACCC, they have a couple of good deals going. You can grab a SteelSeries Kinzy for $29 and a Netgear Nighthawk S8000 for just $119. Couple good deals there. Access them here!

Have a great day!

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