Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

G'day! Here are some cracking online deals for Lifehacker readers, including: eBay's big phone clearance, $7 Catch sale, $900 off Delonghi Elite coffee machines and more!

1. Amazon Prime Day: Amazon Prime Day is almost upon us. On 15 July, thousands of deals will begin to flood the Amazon site with big discounts in every category. The sale is restricted to Amazon Prime Members - but you can get a free trial. Click here!

2. Catch $7 Day: Catch currently has over 700 deals going for $7 or under. As you'd expect there's a lot of pap, but some of the products are very decent, including five-piece kitchen storage canisters, 10-pack Toshiba batteries, protein powders and various board games. Click here!

3. 15% off smartphones: Need a new blower? (That's what cool people in the UK call phones, apparently.) For a limited time, eBay has knocked 15% off more than 150 smartphone models including popular flagships from the likes of Apple, Samsung, Huawei and Oppo. To get the deal, use the discount code 'PISTACHIO' at checkout. Click here!

4. 40% off Delonghi coffee machines: Myer is selling the Delonghi Primadonna Elite automatic coffee machine for $1591.20 - down from $2499. That's a saving of over $900! A range of other Delonghi models are also available. To get the full discount, use the code 'PMYMY' at checkout. Click here!

5. 'Free' video game with Domino's Pizza: Domino's is currently doing a deal where you get three Pizzas, a Garlic Bread, a 1.25l Drink and Final Fantasy XIV Complete Edition for $59.95. Click here for details!

6. PlayStation 4 sale: Amazon has discounted a bunch of PlayStation 4 games. There are some great titles going for cheap, including Spider-Man for $39, FIFA 19 for $33, God of War for $39, Assassin's Creed Odyssey for $28, Shadow of The Tomb Raider for $20 and Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition for $24! Click here to see everyhting!


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