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Dick Smith Fire Sale: 100 Deals Listed [Updated]

Dick Smith is officially closing the doors on all stores across Australia and New Zealand. The electronics chain needs to get rid of all its existing stock and is hosting a fire sale today. Here are the discounts you can expect to find for HD TVs, smartphones, drones, laptops, DSLR cameras, games consoles, headphones and Apple products.

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We’ve already put together a guide on the ins-and-outs of how the Dick Smith sale is going to work. An inside source has provided Lifehacker Australia with a full list of products and how much they will be discounted for at the initial phases of the sale.

Here’s the list:

  • AC and DC power adaptors 30%
  • Action camera accessories 30%
  • Action cameras 20%
  • Android tablets 20%
  • Apple products, including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch 5%
  • Audio and video tapes 20%
  • Baby monitors and accessories 30%
  • Bags 30%
  • Battery (alkaline and lithium) 20%
  • Battery chargers 30%
  • Bench blenders 20%
  • Bluetooth car kit, headset and speakers 30%
  • Blu-ray discs 20%
  • Boost mobile phones 20%
  • Business software 20%
  • Cables (3.5mm, HDMI, USBs, etc.) 30%
  • Cable TV and antennas 40%
  • Calculators 20%
  • Camcorder accessories 30%
  • Camcorders 20%
  • Chromebooks 20%
  • Clock radios 20%
  • Clocks/watches/timeres 20%
  • Coffee machines, consumables and accessories 20%
  • Computer games, gaming peripherals 20%
  • Connected audio 20%
  • Cooking 20%
  • Cooling 20%
  • Cover and cases for Apple, Samsung, cameras, tablets, eBook readers, etc. 30%
  • Dental care 20%
  • Desktop computers 20%
  • Digital cameras 20%
  • Digital photo frames 20%
  • Digital radios 20%
  • Digital SLRs 20%
  • Digital still cameras 20%
  • Drones and accessories 20%
  • DVDs 20%
  • eBook readers 20%
  • Educational software 20%
  • Filters and surge protectors 30%
  • Fitness accessories 20%
  • GPS navigation units and accessories 20%
  • Hair dryers 20%
  • Hard drives and cases 20%
  • Headphone radios 20%
  • Headphones and earphones 30%
  • Health and wellbeing accessories 20%
  • Heating 20%
  • Home appliances 20%
  • Home automation 20%
  • Home theatre 20%
  • HTC products 20%
  • In car phone, notebook and tablet chargers 30%
  • Inkjet printers and cartridges 20%
  • Juicers 20%
  • Kettles 20%
  • Keyboards 20%
  • Laser printers 20%
  • LCD projectors and screens 20%
  • TVs 20%
  • LG products 20%
  • Memory cards 20%
  • Mice 20%
  • Microsoft Surface 20%
  • Microwaves 20%
  • Monitors 20%
  • Motorola products 20%
  • MP3 players 20%
  • Netbooks 20%
  • Networking and hardware 20%
  • Nintendo DS hardware, accessories and games 20%
  • Notetakers 20%
  • Office equipment 20%
  • Oppo phones 20%
  • Optus mobile phones 20%
  • Portable DVD players 20%
  • Portable speakers 20%
  • Projectors 20%
  • Sony PlayStation hardware, accessories and games 20%
  • RAM 20%
  • Samsung tablets 30%
  • Speakers 20%
  • Microsoft Surface accessories 20%
  • Microsoft Surface Pro accessories 30%
  • Telstra Mobiles 20%
  • Toasters 20%
  • Toners 20%
  • Torches 30%
  • Touch-enabled notebooks 20%
  • Travel adaptors and accessories 30%
  • Turntables 20%
  • Ultrabook/premium laptops 20%
  • USB flash drives 20%
  • Vodafone mobile devices 20%
  • Webcams and headsets 20%
  • Nintendo Wii hardware, accessories and games 20%
  • Windows tablets 20%
  • Wireless audio, including headphones 20%
  • Microsoft Xbox hardware, accessories and games 20%

If these discounts seem pretty lacklustre right now, you might want to hold off until the weekend or next week: we’ve received confirmation that prices will continue to drop incrementally over the next eight weeks. (We’ll have more detailed information on this soon.)

Bear in mind that Dick Smith employees won’t be able to hold items for you even if you ask them to over the phone. You might want to pop by one of its local stores to check out the deals yourself and see if there’s anything on sale that tickles your fancy.

We’ll be updating the list periodically as more discounts become available and prices continue to drop in the days ahead!

Dick Smith went into voluntary administration in January and failed to find a suitable buyer for the whole business. It’s a sad way to go for one of Australia’s most iconic businesses. The only upside is consumers will get some good discounts out of this.

See also: Dick Smith’s Huge Closing Down Sale: How To Get The Best Deals


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