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: $20 Google Home Hubs, FREE Sudoku Pro app for Android, eBay's 20th Anniversary sale and more!

1. eBay 20th Anniversary sale: eBay is having a flash sale to celebrate turning 20. You can nab up to 93 per cent off bestselling products including the Bose SoundSport Free wireless headphones, Sodastream and Google Home Hub - all of which have been slashed to $20 each. New deals will be dropping between 9am and 7pm. Click here!

2. 40% off Dell laptops: Dell has knocked up to 40% off Vostro, Latitude and Precision business laptops. You can also score some big savings on XPS and gaming laptops. Click here to see the deals!

3. Over 70% off bedding furniture: Catch is having a big clearance on beds and bedroom furnishings with over 70% off select items. Participating brands include Artiss, Devanti and Embellir Giselle Bedding. Click here!

4. Free Sudoku PRO app: The Google Play Store is currently giving away the Android game Classic Sudoku PRO, which normally costs $4.49. It contains 1000 unique puzzle across four difficulty levels. Click here!

5. Cheap laptop backpacks with inbuilt charging: Amazon has knocked 54% off the Wisher Travel Laptop Backpack. The backpack is suitable for 15.6-inch laptops, waterproof and comes with inbuilt USB charging - not bad for $16.95. Click here!

6. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G deal: Telstra has extended its Samsung Galaxy S10 5G offer. Until September 23, you can snap up the bigger, feature-packed 5G version of the Galaxy S10 for the same price as its vanilla sibling on any Telstra plan. Here are the available options:

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    The home hub is 20% off. Couldn't find anything more than 20% off...

      As mentioned above, it was a timed flash sale. You can check out the deals that are still available here.

    The laptop backpack one is wrong, pointing to a Microsoft sale. Was able to find the pack via a search on amazon, though

      the catch sale links to the amazon sale. whoever wrote this article needs firing.

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