G’day! Here are some cracking deals for Lifehacker readers today including lots of essential items ’round the house, cheap Samsung Galaxy on the way, free critically-acclaimed video games and more!
1. Hacknet Free: An absolute pearler of a video game and developed here in Australia, you can get Hacknet for free right now (and for the next 40 plus hours) from Humble Bundle. You just need to sign into your account. Amazing offer. Click here to get it.
2. Priceline Mid Year: The Pink Dot sale is on at Priceline until Wednesday June 6. You can get half price on a lot of cosmetics and fragrances, plus vitamins, hair care and more. If you want to shop the sale, head here.
3. iPhone Refunds: Don’t forget that if you had an out-of-warranty battery replacement for you iPhone last year – you paid too much and Apple are going to credit you for it. Learn how to get that refund here.
4. Gillette: Apparently the best a man can get, but you can grab 15% off the entire Gillette range on Amazon Australia. There’s razors for less than $10 and refills – those dastardly things – for well below the prices you’ll find in supermarkets. Check that out here.
5. The MYER eBay store sale: Another day, another eBay store with 20% off it’s range. Plenty of good deals from MYER across fashion for men and women, plus tech, health and toys. LEGO, baby. I like the Myer Top 100, but they don’t have the BEST prices you can find unless you’re looking at the homeware stuff. Big recommendation for the SoundSport Free though. Use the code PERFECT20 at checkout. Shop the sale here.
6. Harvey Norman Flash Sale: According to the legendary OzBargain users, Harvey Norman are having a Flash Sale tomorrow, with huge discounts on hard drives, drones, cameras, monitors and more. Up to 50% off or more. You can read about that one right here but make sure you check out Harvey Norman’s website tomorrow (this is our reminder – set an alarm or something). Harvey Norman’s website is right here!
Have a great day, legends!
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