For the past few weeks, eBay has been throwing a huge EOFY sale across all product categories. Up to 90 per cent has been slashed off the price of laptops, TVs, video games, smartphones and loads of other tech products. Here are the best deals so far!
Hump Day Deal fans know how this works: the deals are separated into categories to make your life easier. The links take you directly to the products. Some deals require discount codes which we have supplied below. Currently, you can get an extra five per cent off the below prices when you use the discount code "C5OZ". (Minimum spend: $30.)
We'll be updating this page periodically throughout the month so keep refreshing to see the latest bargains. (Also be sure to visit eBay's front page for daily flash sales.)
Remember: you can get an extra five per cent off when you use the discount code "C5OZ" at checkout!
TVs / Home entertainment:
- 20% off at Good Guys: Includes TVs, whitegoods, heating/cooling and computers. Use the discpunt code: "CGOOD"
- 36% off LG UH656T 75inch 4K Smart TV: Now $4135 ($2539.90 off)
- 41% off Sony KD55X8500D 55 Inch 4K HDR with Android TV: Now $1,749 ($1,250 off)
- 29% off LG 49UJ654T 49" Smart UHD 4K TV: Now $1336 ($565.05 off.)
- Dick Smith EOFY Sale: Prices start at $5.
- Up to 66% off everything at Mobile Citi: Includes all phones and accessories.
- 20% off Samsung Galaxy S7: Now $794.80 ($204.20 off) Use discount code 'C5OZ' at checkout for an extra 5% off.
- 44% off Apple Watch 38mm Stainless Steel Case with Black Sport Band: Now $385.80 ($313.20 off)
Laptops / Computing
- Up to 80% off everything at Officeworks: Includes computing, phones, home entertainment, networking and cameras.
- Cheap Fitness Trackers and Smart Watches: Includes Garmin, Fossil, Fitbit and more.
- Kindle Paperwhite eReader Black: Now $169. (Get an additional 10 per cent off by using the discount code "TREAT")
- Up to 70% off Lifespan fitness equipment: Includes cycling, cardio equipment and gym gear.
- Edisons EOFY Sale: Up to 80% off outside tools and equipment.
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