We're living through Cyber Monday which is great for two reasons: there's still some amazing deals to sneak in at the last minute and the marathon deal period is finally almost over. With hundreds of sales across hundreds of websites, it's hard to figure out where to look and what to even look for. To help you out on your merry, big-spending way, we've rounded up the top 20 deals across eBay and Amazon you can still nab today.
We've seen a bunch of cheap NBN plans in recent months, but this deal really takes the biscuit. For a limited time, Aussie Broadband is knocking $20 off the monthly price of its Unlimited NBN 100 and NBN 50 plans. This brings the total down to as little as $59 per month! Here are the details.
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Contracts suck. Why would you give as much as two years of your life to an NBN provider? Your speeds could get worse. You could find a better deal. You could ditch the NBN entirely after 5G becomes more widely available.
- Assassin's Creed Odyssey (Xbox):
- ASUS Chromebook Flip C434TA:
- Audio Technica Stereo Turntable:
- Beats Powerbeats Pro:
- Bose QC35 II Quiet Comfort Noise Cancelling Headphones:
- Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker II:
- Canon EOS M50 15-45MM Single lens kit:
- Dr. Martens Unisex Lace Up Boots:
- ECOVACS DEEBOT N79T Smart Robotic Vacuum Cleaner:
- Google Home Nest Hub:
- Huawei MateBook 13 Laptop:
- Huawei P30 Pro:
- Jabra Elite 85h Wireless:
- Michael Kors Gold Smartwatch:
- NERF Elite Blaster:
- Nespresso Vertuo Plus Coffee Machine:
- Philips Pressure Cooker:
- Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones:
- Vantrue N2 Pro Dual Dash Cam:
- Xbox One X 1TB Bundle with Division 2:
There is no better time of the year to be scavenging for all the greatest offers on computers, Macbooks or tablets. We’ve gathered our favourite offers for this Cyber Week and arranged them into a list. Some of the stores we’ve included are Microsoft, DELL, Kogan and many more.
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