Six Online Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

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G'day! Here are some cracking online bargains for Lifehacker readers, including: get the Portal PC game series for $2.18, 51% off Echo Dot smart speakers, new contract-free plans from Optus and more!

1. New Optus plans: Optus has massively overhauled its mobile business. There are now just four core pre-built plans to choose from. They all feature no lock-in contract and at least 10GB of data. Click here to see the new plan pricing!

2. 43% off Bonds baby clothes: Bonds is knocking 43% off select Zippy Wondersuits for Black Friday via the Catch website. Prices start at $12.95. Click here!

3. 92% off Portal PC game bundle: Steam is selling the award-winning Portal series for just $2.18. That's under $1.10 per game! If you never got around to playing this amazing first-person puzzle series, it's difficult to imagine a better way to spend $2.18. Click here.

4. $5 Big Mac and Cheeseburger deal: McDonald's is currently selling small Big Mac meals with a bonus Cheeseburger for $5. To get the deal, download the MyMacca's app and click on the My Rewards section. Click here!

5. $39 Echo Dot smart speakers: You can current;y get Amazon's Echo Dot smart speaker for $39 - that's more than 50% off the RRP. Click here so see some handpicked highlights!

6. Cheap data plans: New MVNO on the block Circles.Life (weird name, I know) is currently offering 20GB SIM-only plans for just $18 per month. The plan is contract-free so you can cancel at any time and it also comes with three bonus gigabytes if you go over. Click here!

BONUS DEAL: PureVPN is offering a whopping 82% off a one-year plan (down to just $1.92 per month.) Click here!


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    I know it's hard to find new deals everyday, but can you guys steer away from the phone plans and the Maccas app? Today, there's one deal about Optus plans, one about "data plans" and yet another Maccas deal.

      Thanks for the feedback. McDonald's is currently running its '30 Days 30 Deals' promotion which is why they keep popping up.

      With that said, we do try to provide variety. Yes, there are two phone plans above - but there are also deals for smart speakers, video games, baby clothes and VPNs.

        Yeah, but there are _always_ phone plans and VPNs, which are things that people typically have interest in only on very special occasions. A super-duper-wowsers-incredible deal every so often might be one thing, but the repetition just makes it feel as though the other stuff is an afterthought.

    You can get the same price for the Amazon Echo in store at JB HiFi

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