Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today
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G’day! Here are today’s cracking deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Oculus VR all-in-one headset deal, 44% off Easter eggs, six McDonald’s chicken nuggets for $2 and more!

1. Shadow of The Tomb Raider for $25: Amazon has reduced the price of Shadow of The Tomb Raider on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC to $25. Click here!

2. Easter egg clearance sale: Need some chocolate goodies for the kids (or yourself) this Easter Sunday? Catch is throwing an Easter chocolate sale with up up 44% off popular brands like Cadbury. Click here!

3. Oculus Go All-in-One VR Headset: After decades of false starts and bumps in the road, Virtual reality is finally starting to find its stride. If you’re keen to get involved, the Oculus Go All-in-One headset is a pretty good place to start. You can currently get it from Amazon Australia for $299 which includes free shipping. Click here!

4. 70% off Luxury Escapes hotels: Luxury Escapes is knocking a cool 70% off hotels and resorts both here in Australia and around the world. Book that Easter holiday before it’s too late! Click here.

5. Six McNuggets for $2: McDonald’s is selling six-packs of chicken McNuggets for two bucks. To get the deal, order through the MyMaccas app. Click here!

6. Dirt-cheap NBN alternative: For a limited time, Optus is selling 500GB mobile broadband plans for just $80 a month. The deal also comes with a free 4G Plus WiFi Modem valued at $192. Here are the inclusions:


  • The Optus Wireless Broadband is *not* a limited-time offer. It is their standard offering price since the product came out several months ago (I have the 500gb plan and took it our shortly after it was released) You may be confusing this with the 12 month $60 mobile broadband plan, which is usually 100gb at $60 per month but often is offered with double-data

  • The “free” modem is free only if you sign up for a 12 month contract.
    It is also crippled to be usable on optus only.
    if you do BYO modem only certain models work

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