Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today

G'day! Here are some cracking deals for Lifehacker readers today, including big discounts in Click Frenzy junior, cheap airfares and more Galaxy S9 savings!

1. Click Junior Frenzy: Click Frenzy are throwing an even earlier sale this year - Click Frenzy Junior. It's only Junior in title though and will have over 80 retailers throwing up some big deals for kids - and their mums and dads. No reveals on the discount until 7pm AEDT tonight sadly, but you can check the retailers who may be participating at the site. We'll bring you more this evening! Click here to see the retailers.

2. Cheap Domestic Fares: Flying around the country between May and September? Then you're going to want to suss out TigerAir's cheap flights. They've got fares starting as low as $40 one way. Give it a good look. Here's the info you need!

3. Galaxy S9 Plans: Optus have Galaxy S9 plans that have no right being this cheap already. This is a Special Offer: You can get the standard S9 for $69 a month, over 24 months. That will net you 20GB of data. Available to new and recontracting customers, but not trade up. Deal only lasts a week. Snap this up if you're keen on upgrading. Click here to get the deal.

4. Amazon Fashion: Amazon Australia has a 15% off sale on fashion items for the 'weekend away', whatever that means. Brands like the North Face, Tommy Hilfiger, Lee, Pacifico are all involved. If you're looking for some Easter threads, this could be your IN. Click here to see the deals.

5. eBay's Daily Deals: Another day, another eBay deal. Click here for all of today's daily deals!

6. Sea of Thieves: I'm pretty bullish on this game now that I've spent lots of time with it - you can get it for free for the next week with any Xbox One X purchase. Grab that one here. Of course, you could always go the Xbox One S instead (but no free Sea of Thieves there!)


Have a great day!

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