Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

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G’day! Here are some cracking online deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Amazon Prime Day’s craziest deals, half-price Catch sale, Officeworks tech clearance and more!

1. Amazon Prime Day: Amazon Prime Day is still going strong with hundreds of new deals being added every hour. Click here for the biggest bargains so far!

2. $399 Nintendo Switch: EB Games has the Switch console for $399 via its eBay store. That’s a decent 14% off the RRP. Click here!

3. Catch half-price deals: Catch is bravely attempting to take on the Amazon Prime Day juggernaut with a sale event of its own. For one day only, you can score 50% off hundreds of products including clothes, books, beauty products and electronics. Click here!

4. Officeworks clearance: Officwworks is having a clearance sale on a stack of products including plenty of tech from Apple, Toshiba, JBL and others. Click here!

5. 20% off at Toys R Us: Christmas is closer than you think. You can currently score 20% off a huge range of toys at the resurrected Toys R Us online store. Click 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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