G'day! Here are some cracking deals for Lifehacker readers today including domestic airfare flash sales, Star Wars day shenanigans, Mother's Day gifts up to your eyeballs and more!
1. Tiger Airways: Tiger are having a flash sale that ends tomorrow at midday with cheap domestic flights across the country starting as low as $40 one way. Some of these prices will sell out sooner, of course (and many already have). Worth checking out if you've got trips to book. Click here to sort yourself out!
2. Star Wars Day: Amazon have shot first and thrown down some hot discounts on all sorts of Star Wars gear. Books, LEGO, costumes, apparal, novelty and accessories. If you want to stock up on all the good stuff, you can do that by heading to the landing page! Grab the deals here.
3. Fire And Blood: George R. R. Martin may never release another A Song Of Ice and Fire book, but at least he's pumping out big novels in the same universe (or maybe not "at least". maybe "disappointingly"). If you want to grab the new one on pre-order you can save yourself a tenner at this early stage for the hardback. Will that inspire George to keep putting off Winds of Winter? Probably. Grab it here.
4. Free Delivery @ Target: The big red circle with the little red circle inside has Free EXPRESS delivery via their online store. Plenty of the prices you've come to know from Tar-jay, so hit it up. (Toys and Entertainment are particularly up my alley, but women's fashion is cheap, too). Grab the deal here!
5. This Deal Woks: Uh... OzBargain users have spotted this ridiculously low price for a Tefal 32cm Wok. Usually $150 dollarydoos, the good Guys have slashed it to $37.25. If you can get in quick enough, this is an insane price for a great Wok. Get ready to Wok here!
6. Mother's Day: There are plenty of Mother's Day gift ideas for you to trawl through at eBay, where you can get 20% off using the code PRAISE and also at Amazon Australia, there's plenty to look through with 20 to 30 per cent of gifts for mum.
Have a great day, legends!
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