The Best Deals From Ebay’s Massive Tech Sale [Updated]

The Best Deals From Ebay’s Massive Tech Sale [Updated]

eBay’s huge Tech Sale ends tonight at 11:59pm. This means you have less than 24 hours to nab a bargain. Read on for the best deals on TVs, laptops, smartphones, video game consoles and Blu-ray players from the sale.

eBay has slashed up to 60 per cent off a huge range of tech products from the likes of Lenovo, Sony, Dell and Dick Smith. There’s a lot of products to sift through across multiple categories – so we’re saving you the trouble.

To get the deal use the discount code “CYBER” at checkout. Note that there’s a maximum discount of $1000 for individual orders. If you’re going nuts, we suggest splitting your order in two so you don’t miss out on a portion of the discount. Now onto the deals that caught our eye.

We’ve divided the deals into categories for easier viewing. Unless otherwise indicated, all products are 20 per cent off the listed RRP and include free shipping. The sale ends 22 March.

Home Entertainment


Audio / Video

  • LUMI AUDIO 6.5″ 2-way Angled Frameless Ceiling Speaker: AU $87.92
  • Panasonic DMPBD84GNK Smart Blu-ray Player: AU $98
  • Kogan 2.1 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer: AU $199.00
  • Pioneer Todoroki DVD Mini System (X-RSM310DVHBT): AU $349.00
  • Pioneer N-50 Networked Audio Player Featuring AirPlay and DLNA 1.5: AU $499.00 (58% OFF)
  • Sony Extra Bass Home Audio System (GTKXB7R): AU $549.00
  • Kogan 28″ LED TV & DVD Player Combo: AU $229.00
  • Kogan 55″ Agora 4K Smart LED TV (Ultra HD): AU $699.00
  • Pioneer 130W 5.2 Channel Network Receiver with 4K Upscaling, WiFi & Bluetooth: AU $855.00
  • Harman-Kardon-HKTS-65BQ-5-1CH-Home-Theater-System-With-3D-Blu-ray-Player: AU $1,868.05 (46% OFF)




  • Allocacoc Power Boards PowerCube 2 USB & 4 Power Outlets: AU $32.00
  • Samsung S27F350FHE 27″ LED Gaming Monitor 5MS FHD 1080P HDMI VGA PLS FreeSync: AU $329.00

Laptops / Desktops

  • HP ChromeBook 11 G5 Education Notebook, 11.6″ Intel Celeron N3060 2GB 16GB SSD: AU $323.01
  • Dell Optiplex 990 i7 2600 3.4Ghz QC 8Gb Ram 500Gb HDD Windows 7 Computer PC: AU $338
  • Lenovo ThinkCentre M700 Tiny Desktop PC 500GB 4GB Win 7/10 Pro+22″ IPS Monitor: AU $579.00
  • Asus A540LA 15.6″ Intel Core i3 500GB 4GB USB3 Type-C DVD Windows 10 Pro Laptop: AU $649.00
  • Apple iPad Pro 9.7 (32GB, Wi-Fi): AU $742.99
  • HP Spectre X2 12″ FHD Intel Core M5 128GB SSD 8GB Windows 10 Ultrabook Tablet: AU $1,099.00
  • MSI GE72 6QD-481AU Apache PRO 17.3″ i7 8GB 256GB+1TB GTX 960M 4GB Gaming Laptop: AU $1,999.00
  • Apple 13″ MacBook Air MMGF2 (1.6GHz i5, 128GB): AU $1,243.99
  • Microsoft Surface Book (256GB, i5, 8GB RAM): AU $2,599.00


  • 2x SanDisk 16GB 32GB Micro SD TF MicroSD Converter SDHC Memory Card SD Adapter: AU $1.99
  • SanDisk 64GB Cruzer Force CZ71 USB Flash Drive Metal Thumb Key Memory Stick 64G: AU $38.95
  • SanDisk 32GB Connect Wireless Flash Drive USB WiFi Mobile Storage: AU $55.00
  • Samsung 2TB Portable SSD T3 USB 3.1 Type-C External Solid State Drive PC SSD: AU $1,249.00

Video Games

  • Razer DeathStalker Chroma RGB Fully Programmable Keys Backlit Gaming Keyboard: $139
  • Razer DeathAdder Chroma 2014 Wired Multi Color Ergonomic USB Gaming Mouse: AU $79.95
  • Nintendo Switch: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Console Bundle: AU $619


[Via eBay]


  • I fail to see why that Switch bundle is on there; Big W had the same bundle last week for $510 – $100 cheaper.

    If you were to buy a Switch, and a copy of Zelda, full RRP in a store, it would be $559 – STILL $60 cheaper. Where does the “deal” part come in?

    No wonder Dick Smith went under!

    • Unless otherwise indicated, all products are 20 per cent off the listed RRP and include free shipping.

      Once discount is applied, price should be under $500.

      • That’s all well and good if people know to apply the code ;). It’s bad practice for a retailer to list so far above RRP in the first place though – which they may have done in part to offset the discount you are SUPPOSED to get with the code.

        It reeks of those times retailers put up prices then “discount” them.

        Shady, shady practice on that one.

        • Dick Smith has been caught out hiking their prices up just before a ‘sale’, that it’s now common practise for them.
          Hop onto Ozbargain during a sale, and you’ll typically see quite a few before/after comparisons of prices, and you’d swear it was 5% off not 20% off

  • LG 65UH652T 65inch 4K ULTRA HD Smart TV with webOS 3.0: AU $1754.95(41% OFF)

    Not in stock. Was only available Pick up from Lidcombe NSW.

  • also, theyre fudging the percentage off figures.
    you can get that 65inch lg 4k from good guys for $1995 normally

    • It’s not fudging the price, it’s % off the RRP not % off the cheap price you can get it for in a store.

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