Bargain hunters take note: This weekend, multiple retailers are running big clearance sales in a bid to entice your wallets - from cheap-as-chips BBQ smokers at Bunnings Warehouse to 60% off video games at EB Games. Here are the best deals under $100 that you can purchase in store or online.
This Nutribullet 900 is considered one of the best juicers on the market thanks to its extractor and milling blades which helps to extract maximum nutritional value from fruits and vegetables. The 900 watt motor can comfortably handle ice cubes. In addition to juice and smoothies, it can also be used to create dips.
The Good Guys currently has it on special for $99. Click here!
This no-nonsense powder coated steel BBQ can be used to simultaneously smoke, roast and grill diffrent meats. The unit includes chrome cooking grills, a water tray, carry handles, a temperature gauge and inbuilt smoking hooks.
Bunnings currently has it on special for just $69. Click here!
EB Games is in the midst of a big clearance sale with 60% off scores of products. In addition to video games for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, you can also bag big discounts on gamine peripherals, accessories, clothing and EB Games loot. Prices start at - wait for it - 40 cents.
MyRepblic has smashed the price of its NBN 100 plans to $79.95 - down from as much as $99.95 a month. The catch is that the price jumps to $89.95 after the first six months. But that's still a very competitive price. Click here! You can also see the inclusions below:
Chemist's Warehouse is having a huge fire sale on its eBay store with up to 65% off. Available categories include Vitamins & Dietary Supplements, Hair Care & Styling, Fragrances, Bath & Body, Dental & Oral Care, Shaving products and Sun Protection & Tanning.
Amazon Echo speakers: $75.50
Amazon just released a bunch of new Echo devices so its clearing out old stock with prices slashed by 50%. The previous-generation Echo is currently going for $75.50 - down from $149.
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