Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today

Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today
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G’day! Here are some cracking video game deals for Lifehacker readers today including FREE ICE CREAM, 20% off at eBay, 6 months Amazon Prime and more!

1. Free Ice Cream: Between 12 and 8pm today, Ben & Jerry’s around Australia will be giving away free cones at their Scoop Stores across the country. For the list of locations, click here!

2. 20% Off At eBay: Over 70 stores are running 20% off so there are sure to be a ton of good tech deals in here. There are a ton of good stores in this one. You need to use the code ‘PUMP20’ at checkout. Usual terms and conditions apply and this one starts at 10am. We’ll try and bring you some of the best deals throughout the week. Click here to search.

3. Amazon’s Daily Deals: The deals page is looking good this morning – you can grab a whole box of LEGO for $18.41, the excellent Tefal OptiGrill for $155 and the Pie Face board game for $14! Check out the full range here!

4. 6 Months Amazon Prime: Unfortunately, this is just Amazon Prime Video for us down under, but a sneaky OzBargain user has discovered the way to get 6 months of Amazon Prime video for free from the French site. Good if you want to catch American Gods (and you should want to). Check how to get it here.

5. Cheap Grog @ Dan Murphy’s: You can get 25% off cleanskins at DM’s when you buy six (or more). Bit of a hit and miss proposition with cleanskins sometimes but these are cheap and it’s probably as good as the ALDI wine you’re nursing. Click here to order.

6. Last Day Humble Bundle: It’s the last day to grab the games in the Humble Indie Bundle, which has excellent games such as Mini Metro, Rakuen and SUPERHOT and you can pay whatever you want ($14 for SUPERHOT)!. Definite recommendation from me, resident guy who plays games. Click to buy!

Have a great day!

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