There's a bunch of new deals rolling out today, but to access them, you'll need to "check-in" at store locations using Facebook Places (via touch.facebook.com or Facebook's app). KFC will give you a Krusher and regular chips for $4.95, 7-Eleven has a 450ML Coke for $1, Angus & Coote is offering 30 per cent of full-price jewellery, and Commonwealth Bank is doing a convoluted deal where you get free monthly movie passes for a year. Full details at [Lifehacker]
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