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: $55 off BOSE Soundsport Free Wireless Headphones, 45% off Puma gear, 80GB Optus plans for $40 and more!

1.Amazon Electric Deals: In its biggest Electric Deals post ever, Amazon has slashed the price TVs, soundbars, home audio, premium headphones and high end cameras. Featured brands include Canon, Nikon, B&O, Bose, Sonos, Yamaha and Sony. Click here!

2. 80GB Optus plans for $40: Optus has slashed the price of its 80GB plan to $40 a month. The deal also comes with unlimited talk and text, Optus Sport and 4GB of roaming data in select countries. Click on the table below for the full inclusions!

3. 45% off Puma gear: Another one from daily deals site Catch - nab up to 45% off Puma Winter Sportswear. Click here!

4. 20% off Lego: eBay has knocked 20% off a huge range of Lego sets to capitalise off the TV show Lego Masters. (A $50 minimum spend is required.) To get the deal use the discount code 'PMUM20' at checkout. Click here!

5. 25% off comsemtics: Amazon Australia has knocked 25% off a range of bestselling cosmetics from Maybellene, Max Factor, Rimmel, Cover Girl and more. The catch is that you need to spend $25 to get the deal. Click here.

6. eBay daily deals: Another day, another eBay sale. Click here for today's bargains!

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    The first deal has the wrong title and the link doesn't go to anything like what is described.
    The table in the second deal doesn't show a $40 plan and doesn't link to anything, unless you click the Optus logo which shows a list of every Optus plan, none of which offer anything like 80GB for $40 a month (but which appears to provide Lifehacker a referral commission). And if it was for the plan I saw a week or two ago, that has already expired.

    Doesn't anyone have a spare 30 seconds to check these before posting?

    and spellcheck required.."5. 25% off comsemtics"

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