Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Tonight

Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Tonight
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G’day! Here are some cracking online deals for Lifehacker readers, including: Free coffees from The Coffee Club, cheap Sony wireless noise-cancelling headphones from Catch, 50% off home appliances at Myer and more!

1. Free Coffee: It’s International Coffee Day! If you can’t be arsed brewing the perfect cuppa, you can score a free barista-made mug from The Coffee Club. To get the deal, you need to download the The Coffee Club Rewards App. You can also get $1 coffees from McDonald’s via the MyMacca’s app. Click here and here, respectively.

2. Cheap 5G home broadband: For those who missed the memo, Optus’ 5G network is now available in select suburbs. If you qualify, you can get the 5G home broadband plan with unlimited data for $70 a month. The deal also comes with one month free. Click here!

3. Cheap Sony headphones: Catch is having a sale on Sony-branded headphones, batteries, powerbanks and gaming products. Highlights include the Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones for $387, PlayStation Mini consoles for $79 and $15 off wireless PS4 controllers. Click here!

4. 40% off big-brand TVs: Catch is also selling TVs from LG, Panasonic, TCL and more for cheap. Save up to 40%! Click here.

5. 50% off home appliances: Myer’s ebay store is having a big home appliance sale. You can score 50% off microwaves, coffee machines, juicers, Soda Streams, KitchenAid mixers and more. Click here!

6. Openair Cinema coupons: Openair Cinemas has just added a bunch of fresh deals to the Lifehacker Coupons page. There are various locations around Australia – check it out! Click here.


  • Even if your in a supported suburb, due to 5g’s appalling signal penetration and no external antenna functionality, you may find yourself in an unsupported area of the suburb (even if you pass the address check) due to trees and other buildings in your vicinity.

    • I certainly won’t be considering 5G. Hell, I can’t even get decent 4G in my house. My 4G data speed at home is 1.5Mbps max – at work, it’s about 70Mbps. Every time I call up Vodafone to complain, I’m told that some upgrades are being done in my area and will in place in three weeks. This has been going on for at least 2 years now. I ended up having to buy a phone that supported Voice over WiFi so that I could make and receive calls at home.

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