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: Get a stack of FREE Batman video games, 57% off Intey metal detectors, Catch's ultra-naughty 'After Dark' sale and more!

1. Free Batman video games: You can get the entire Lego Batman trilogy and Arkham Collection on PC for free right now. To get the free downloads, head to the Epic Game store. The offer ends on September 27. Click here to check out more bargains.

2. The Good Guys 'VIP' sale: The Good Guys threw a huge clearance sale last night with up to 25% off TVs, fridges, ovens, air conditioners, smartphones and computers. The deals were supposed to only last 24 hours but a bunch are still available. Click here for some highlights!

3. 57% off metal detectors: Have you ever spotted one of those metal-detector guys on the beach and wished you could have a piece of the action? Amazon is currently selling Intey's waterproof metal detector complete with folding shovel for $67.99 - a saving of $89! Click here.

4. Catch 'After Dark' sale: Daily deals site Catch is having an adults-only sale on gadgets that go buzz in the night. Choose from over 900 products! Click here.

5. Half-price Tommy Hilfiger watches: Catch has also slashed more than 50% off the RRP of Tommy Hilfiger watches for men and women. You can also score big discounts on Tommy Hilfiger bags, footwear, belts and wallets. Click here!

6 Cheap Optus home wireless: Optus is running a pretty sweet deal on home wireless broadband right now. For a limited time, you can score three months for free when you sign up to a 500GB plan on a 24-month contract. The plan costs $85 per month, so that's a saving of $255.

Here are the inclusions for the fixed modem plan (click on the table below to learn more):

Or you can go with a portable modem instead (ditto):


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