G'day! Here are some cracking online deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Six free video game ebooks valued at over $50, 70% off home appliances at Catch, Amazon's smart home clearance sale and more!
1. 70% off home appliances: Catch is having a $2 million appliance clearance sale with up to 70% off select products. Available categories include vacuums (including Dyson), coffee machines, electric razors, assorted cooking appliances, portable air conditioners and fridges. Click here!
2. $150 off Dyson Supersonic hair dryer: Dyson's futuristic hair dryer is currently going for a cool $150 off at eBay. The catch is that you need to be an eBay Plus member. The stock is being released on the site in hourly batches until 3pm, so if you miss out on the first attempt, keep trying! Click here for a free eBay Plus trial.
3. Amazon smart home sale: Amazon is having a sale on smart home products with 20% off select products. This includes Philips Hue lighting, Bose smart speakers, security cameras, robot vacuum cleaners and heaps more. Click here to see the deals.
4. Free video game ebooks: Gamesradar is giving away six free ebooks valued at over $18 each when you vote in their annual Golden Joystick awards. If you can't be bothered voting, the free links can also be found on OzBargain. The boos on offer include Minecraft and Fortnite strategy guides, the Retro Gamer Annual, a book about Hideo Koj!ma and the best of Edge magazine. Click here!
5. Cheap robot vacuums: eBay has knocked over 40% off the RRP of Roborock S50 S5 Robot Robotic Vacuum Cleaners - down from $873 to $519.20. To get the full discount, use the code 'PSPRUNG' at checkout. Click here.
6. Best mobile plans under $30: After a new cheap mobile plan with plenty of data? We recently went through each offering from Australian telcos big and small to find the best plans under $30. Judged purely on bang-for-buck, here is the winner:
Don't like the look of Jeenee Mobile? There are plenty of alternatives under $30 to choose from. Click here to see the rest!
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