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We're a sucker for a good deal here at Lifehacker, and when you're elbow deep in deals on a daily basis you notice a lot of similar deals popping up on the regular. We've distilled these patterns to discover the products that are easiest to find a good deal on - and that you should therefore never settle for buying at full price.

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The budget is coming down tonight and despite the promise of a 'Santa Claus Scott Morrison' the results will probably require further tightening of those purse strings. There's no need to staple your wallet shut just yet though - with eBay and Flybuys announcing a partnership today, allowing you to earn and use your Flybuys points to shop at Australia's biggest online retailer.

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Hump day (AKA Wednesday) is arguably the most boring day of the week. So why not liven things up by grabbing one of these nifty online bargains? Deals that caught our eye this week include: JB Hi-Fi's LG fridge sale, get a SteamLink for $29 (with $20 Steam credit), get 20% off tech products at eBay.

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Boxing Day is for three things in my world: watching the cricket, watching the NBA and just sitting on my laptop looking for crazy deals to spend all my extra Christmas cash on. I’m not big on braving the crowds clamouring for a bargain, so it’s good to know I can just pick up all the deals with a few clicks.

If you’re in the same boat, then Lifehacker has your back – here are the best deals from Boxing Day 2017 and some last well into the new year!

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Hump day (AKA Wednesday) is arguably the most boring day of the week. So why not liven things up by grabbing one of these nifty online bargains? Deals that caught our eye this week include: The best products on Amazon Australia, Sony's 12 Days Of Christmas sale, get a Nintendo Switch for $379.

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The launch of Amazon Australia was supposed to be a game-changing event that redefined retail pricing for the whole nation. Instead, its arrival went down like a huge wet fart.

The chief disappointment was price - but that's not all that left us feeling miffed. Here are six things we hated about Amazon Australia's launch.

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Click Frenzy was a couple of weeks ago now and, as you may remember, Lifehacker braved the long hours to live blog the whole thing. With good reason too! Some items were 99% off, including an LG 55" 4K TV that was going for just $10.

If you were one of the unlucky many who missed out on Click Frenzy's Go Wild deals - all hope is not lost. You may still have snagged a huge bargain despite being told you weren't quick enough.