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 deals for Lifehacker readers today including $700 off gaming PCs, 15% off at JB Hi-Fi, cheap Taxify rides plus heaps more!

1. $700 Off HP Gaming PCs: Big, big discount on HP Omen from the Microsoft Store, with a $700 drop available over the weekend. The pick of the bunch is the Omen X17, which you can get for under $4000. If you’re more interested in the Envy or Spectre line, they’re discounted too. You can view the PCs on sale here.

2. JB Hi-Fi 15% Off PCs: Similarly, JB Hi-Fi have 15% off their range of Acer, Dell, Lenovo and ASUS range, including gaming PCs. There are some exclusions, such as Alienware. You can browse the collection online or head in store. Click here to get the deals.

3. Amazon PC deals: Amazon are also on the PC bargain bandwagon, offering a host of different laptops for up to $500 off. The Asus ROG Strix is one to look at or if you want a more back-to-school type laptop, try the A515. Click here to search through.

4. 15% off Taxify Rides: If you’re looking to get home from the pub tonight or just need to get around town on the cheap, Taxify are celebrating their first 100 days in operation with 15% off. You can download the app on the Play Store here or iOS Store here.

5. $7.90 Prepaid Starter Pack: If you’re in the market for a new prepaid starter pack, you can get 18GB of data, unlimited calls and text (with 35 days expiry) at Vodafone, right now. You just need to use the code CLICKFRENZY at the checkout to load up. Grab that deal here.

6. 20% Off Headphones: You can grab the excellent Bose Soundsport Free Wireless headphones for $236 from eBay using the code PUMP20. One of the best pair of fitness headphones I have ever used. There’s also the ever popular XIAOMI Mi Robot Cleaner for a neat $375. Go through the whole list of deals here – make sure you use the code PUMP20.

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