Lifehacker’s Best Black Friday Deals And Coupons [Updated]

Lifehacker’s Best Black Friday Deals And Coupons [Updated]

Welcome to Lifehacker Coupons – a new Black Friday sales portal containing the very best online deals. There are currently over 10000 bargains to choose from spread across 85 stores. Here are the highlights.

Black Friday 2019: Here Are All The Best Deals!

The world's biggest online shopping period (AKA Black Friday/Cyber Monday) is now in full swing. There are literally tens of thousands of deals vying for your wallet's attention including killer bargains on video games, clothing, books, booze and tech. Here's a list of the best deals you can buy right now, freshly updated with the latest offers.

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Lifehacker Coupons is a daily deals page that gathers the very best online deals, tailored for the Lifehacker audience. (That’s you guys!)

The portal is currently packed with hundreds of Black Friday offers, ranging from cheap tech to big savings on travel. (For those scratching their heads, Black Friday is an annual sales event, originally from the US, which provides some of the best discounts of the year.)

So how does it work? Click through and you’ll be presented with a search bar where you can type in specific stores. Participating brands include eBay, Amazon, JB Hi-fi, Samsung, Dell, Expedia Australia, Woolworths, Booktopia, Catch,, Deliveroo, Nike and Dan Murphy’s – and that’s just a tiny fraction.

You can also shop by category or scroll down to see a selection of handpicked deals.

Now for the boring disclosure bit: As with other deals posts, Lifehacker receives a small share of revenue from your purchases. This helps to keep us in business. The Lifehacker Coupons page is powered by Upfeat Media so we advise taking a look at their T&Cs.

Here are a few deals that are currently populating the front page:

Not bad, eh?

You can check out the full range of Lifehacker Black Friday coupons here. Happy shopping!

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