Six Amazon Prime Day Deals Australians Need To Know

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G'day! Here are some cracking Amazon Prime Day deals for Lifehacker readers, including: 25% off select headphones from Bose and Sennheiser, half-price electric toothbrushes, 30% off Chromebooks and more!

Amazon's giant sale for Prime Day members is now live, with thousands of deals flooding the site across every category. To score the full discount, you need to sign up first - get your free Amazon Prime trial here.)

Amazon Prime Day 2019: Here Are The Best Deals! [Updated]

Amazon's huge annual sales event - AKA Amazon Prime Day - has arrived for another year. For the next two days, Aussie bargain hunters will be able to snap up huge discounts on millions of products including video games, computers, phones, books, gadgets and more. Here are all the best deals so far - and how to get them!

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1. Cheap 1TB Xbox One X: Microsoft's high-end Xbox model is currently going for $485 - down from $758! The bundle also includes a free Division 2 download token. Click here!

2. 50% off electric toothbrushes: Participating brands include Oral-B, Sonicare, Waterpik and Foreo. Click here!

3. 25% off select headphones: Participating brands include Bose, Sennheiser,m SoundPEATS and more. Click here!

4. 30% on select Chromebooks: Amazon has knocked a cool 30% off Google's mobile OS-powered laptop range. There are six models to choose from with prices starting at $242. Click here!

5. Video game clearance: You can currently score an extra 10% off already discounted video games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Click here, here and here!

6. 25% off Samsung Galaxy S10e: Need a new smartphone? Samsung;s excellent Galaxy S10e smartphone has been slashed by 25% - down from $987 to just $749. Click here!

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    Microsoft's high-end Xbox model is currently going for $485 - down from $758!That's a weird listing - I don't think the Xbox One X has ever cost $758.

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