Kick-start your streaming career with 65% off Amazon’s Blue Blackout Yeti and Mo-Fi headphones bundle
You have 24 hours to save big on one of the most popular streaming microphones on the market.
In just a few short years, streaming has gone from a complex and expensive process reserved only for the most hardcore YouTube personalities to something that anybody with a semi-decent PC and the wherewithal to show their face on the Internet can get involved in.
High-quality microphones and webcams are now well within the budget of the average person, and coupled with dramatic improvements to Australia's broadband networks, the dream of becoming a YouTube star is more attainable than ever.
If you've ever fancied yourself becoming the next PewDiePie, albeit without all the controversy, Amazon has just the deal for you. As part of its Deal of the Day promotion, the popular Blue Blackout Yeti USB microphone is on sale bundled with a pair of Mo-Fi Ninjas in Pyjamas over-ear headphones. Usually priced at AUD$521.21, the bundle has been slashed to a much more affordable AUD$182.41, a serious deal by any measure.
Get your streaming career started by clicking the link below, but don't forget who clued you in on this deal when you're making millions in YouTube sponsorships!
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