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: Half-price Google Pixel 3, 45% off lawn mowers, $89 DeLonghi coffee machines and more!

1. Cheap Dyson vacuums: I don't care how rich you are - no one should be buying a Dyson vacuum at full retail. Fortunately, Catch currently has the Dyson V6 Animal Extra for $398 - down from an RRP of $549. For a limited time, you can also get an extra $50 off. Click here!

2. $210 off DeLonghi coffee machines: eBay is having a fire sale on DeLonghi coffee machines with the Lattissima One Nespresso model going for just $89. That's a massive $210 off the RRP. The deal is only available to eBay Plus members and it's one of those annoying 'staggered' sales with a small number of machines dropping every hour between 10am and 4pm. Still, worth a punt! Click here!

3. 45% off mowers: We're now in spring, which means your lawn is growing at an annoyingly fast rate. Edisons is selling Baumr-AG's 4-Stroke Petrol Powered Hand Push Engine Lawn Mower for $249 - down from $450. To get the full discount, use the code 'PATPAT' at checkout. Check it out here.

4. 50% off Google Pixel 3: Google has knocked 50% off select Pixel 3 models via an invite-only sale. You need to get join Google's mailing list to receive a targeted coupon via email. Oz Bargain has the details.

5. Free learn-to-speak-French app: Bonjour! Au revoir! Er, croissant! If you'd like to extend your French vocabulary beyond the above, Google Play Store is giving away the premium version of Learn French with MosaLingua. (It normally costs $7.99.) Click here to download!

6. 30GB mobile data for $10: Amaysim has slashed the price of its $30 SIM-only plan to ten bucks. The deal is available until September 30 and you need to use the discount code 'SAVE20'. Here are the inclusions:


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