This week's best Lifehacker Coupon deals include: 20% off Hello Molly summer fashion, up to 81% off tech products at Catch, 15% off pizza at Menulog and heaps more!
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It's the weekend, which means it's time you downloaded a new video game. And as it happens there's a really good PC game available right now for free. To celebrate the game's five-year anniversary, Sega is giving Company of Heroes 2 away for free on Steam all weekend long, and lowered the price of its many expansions by 75 per cent — most of them are now under five dollars.
Some banks allow you to open a savings account inside your savings account. You give these accounts specific labels, like Quarterly Taxes or 2018 Italy trip or Game of Thrones tattoo — whatever specific thing you’re saving for. Separating this from your main account makes it easier to see your progress as you save.
Whether you're an A to B driver or an enthusiast, every car owner and driver should familiarise themselves with the most important car maintenance tips. A few simple upkeep tricks can help you save money, prolong the life of your vehicle and increase your safety on the road and the safety of your passengers. Here are six maintenance jobs that literally any driver can do.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the biggest shopping events on the US calendar, with retailers offering discounts of up to 90 percent on big ticket items. If you're stuck here in Australia, there's no reason why you need to miss out on the action. Here are seven online shopping tips for Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargain hunters.
It's nice to start your day with a cup of coffee but would you give it up to add a huge chunk of cash into your retirement fund? Your gut instinct may be "no", but perhaps you'll change your mind when you see just how much you can save. Here's an infographic that breaks down the amount of money you can put into your superannuation if you cut down on small vices.
You might not think of airlines offering deals Black Friday and Cyber Monday — usually the deals are on appliances, clothes and tech, right? But if you have a trip in mind and want to save a bit on airfare, research from different travel companies indicates you might want to check out the deals set to occur over the next week.
Every Australian who has ever ventured overseas knows that international holidays don’t come cheap. Not only do you have to factor in a hefty plane ticket price, but currency swings and travelling during peak season also comes into play. With that said, it's possible for two people to travel surprisingly far on a modest budget of $5000 - with flights and accomdation included.
Australia's answer to Black Friday kicks off for the seventh time in a little over an hour. The organisers are promising the biggest sale ever, with discounts of up to 99 per cent on a huge range of consumer goods; including cameras, TVs, video games and electronics. Here are all the details you need to know about.
The November Click Frenzy sale officially kicks off at 7pm tonight. Then there's Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the traditional Boxing Day sales. Before you spend your money, here are some great ways to make sure what you're looking at is actually a deal - and not just an inflated, then "discounted", price.
Comparison website Finder has updated its Qantas Frequent Flyer analysis to find out how much 1000 Qantas points are actually worth. As expected, it depends on what you use them for, with the 'value sweet spot' working out to $20. Here's how far they can go depending on what you decide to purchase.
It looks like eBay is super-keen to get people signed onto Plus (its Amazon Prime-like subscription service), so much so it's extending the 30-day trial to 90 days. Don't be sad if you've already used your trial — it seems the new one can be claimed regardless.
For those who missed the earlier cheap flights to Japan in October, Jetstar is offering up some cheap flights for under $500.
"The family cloth" is a reusable alternative to toilet paper, made of rags, old t-shirts, sewn fabric, or purchased cloth wipes. They are mostly used for wiping pee, but some families use them for poop and periods. The practice (common until the modern era) is now mostly featured in eco-conscious and "frugal" housekeeping blogs andEtsy shops.
Yesterday BuzzFeed published a sympathetic explainer about the wipes. (At the end, readers are asked to respond with "Good for them, not for me!" or "I'd try it at some point.") Before it grows any more, let's make it clear: "Family cloth" is not a life hack.