G'day! Here are some cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers today including more video game deals, Amazon deals, cheap Nintendo consoles and more!
1. $5 Smoothies: BOOST Juice are doing a promotion that relies solely on how successful Australia perform at the Commonwealth Games. Every time Australia wins a gold, they make one of their smoothies five dollarydoos. That's a pretty decent saving. Gotta keep an eye on their Facebook. Check which smoothie you can get here!
2. 20% off everything at EB Games: EB Games has knocked 20% off everything at its eBay store! To get the deal, use the discount code 'PLAYER1'. The deal includes all games, concoles and accessories. Click here! (There's also a preowned 2 for $10 sale.) We compiled some of the best deals yesterday so, check that out before the sale ends over the weekend.
3. $700 OFF Gaming PCs: The Microsoft Store has both ASUS and Alienware gaming PCs on huge discount at the moment. All PCs are 7th Gen Intel i7 and have nVidia GeForce GTX 1060 or 1070s inside, too. Click here!
4. Amazon Discount Deals: Amazon Australia run a deals page and today there are deals that span home and toys. You can get up to 60% off. Click here to check the deals.
5. Cheap Nintendo Consoles: Amazon have also slashed the price on the New Nintendo 2DS XL and 3DS XL and it may be one of the best prices we'll ever see it for. I know everyone has a Switch now, but there are so many good games for the youngsters on the New Nintendo DSXLs. Check out the deal here.
6. Camera discounts @ Amazon AU: Don't forget that the Amazon Australia store is running a pretty good offer on cameras until this Sunday. If you want to nab yourself a new lens or body, this is the place to start. You can find the deal here.
And here's the full run down of yesterday's deals:
G'day! Here are some cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers today including EB Games' huge eBay sale, $150 off PlayStation VR bundles at JB Hi-Fi, Amazon's 70% off gaming sale and more!
Have a brilliant weekend, legends.
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