Six Online Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

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 Battlefield V on PC for $10, the best Cyber Monday deals on eBay and Amazon, $20 off Aussie Broaband NBN plans, BoozeBud clearance sale and more!

1. Cyber Monday deals: In the unlikely event you still have some money left over from Black Friday, the Cyber Monday sales are now in full swing. We’ve assembled the best bargains from eBay and Amazon that you can get right now – from half-price video games to 60% off Nespresso Coffee machines. Click here!

2. $309 Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) headphones: Amazon is selling Bose’s QuietComfort 35 (Series II) noise-cancelling headphones for $309. That’s the cheapest price we’ve seen in a long while. (For example, the Microsoft Store currently has the same pair on special for $320.) Click here!

3. Cheap Aussie broadband deal: Aussie Broadband is having a corker of a sale for Cyber Monday. For a limited time, you can get a $20 per month discount on NBN 50 and NBN 100 plans if you use the promo code ‘BLACK20’. This lasts for your first six months – but you can cancel after the promotion ends. Click here!

Here are the inclusions:

4. Catch ‘Price Drop’ sale: Catch is in the midst of clearing everything it didn’t sell during Black Friday. There are some big discounts on offer across all major categories. Click here!

5. Battlefield V for $10: The critically-acclaimed PC WW2 shooter Battlefield V is currently going for just $10 on Amazon. Click here!

6. Cheap alcohol: BoozeBud is in the midst of a Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale with some decent savings on select beer, wins and spirits. You can also score an extra $50 off if you spend $300 – that’s Christmas and Boxing Day sorted! Click here!

BONUS VPN DEAL: PureVPN is offering a whopping 88% off its one-year plan for Black Friday / Cyber Monday – down to just $1.32 per month. Click here!

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