The world's biggest online shopping sale (AKA Black Friday) has closed for another year. But bargain hunters still have one last chance to snap up some crazy bargains. Here are the best deals from Cyber Monday!
Cyber Monday is a followup sale to Black Friday that specifically caters to online shoppers. Deals are slated to run all day with many retailers extending the promotion throughout the week. We'll be updating our list continually so keep checking back if nothing catches your eye right now.
Here are the best deals so far. (As always, we've divided them into categories so just scroll down to find the type of product you're interested in. Happy shopping!)
- eBay has a pretty compelling PlayStation VR bundle on offer: PlayStation VR + PS4 Camera + Skyrim VR + VR Worlds for $338.05. To get the full saving, use the discount code "PCYBER".
- You can also get the Nintendo Switch with three Amiibos for $410.55. (Requires discount code: "PCYBER")
- You can currently get bunch of corker discounts available for Xbox Live Gold users, including Assassin's Creed Origins for $79.96, Grand Theft Auto V for $59.97, Mass Effect: Andromeda for $24.98 and Life is Strange Complete Season for $8.89. Don't have Xbox Live Gold? No worries! To coincide with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Microsoft is offering a one-month signup for just $1.
- The Playstation Store has a bunch of deals too with a range of excellent full-price games selling for under $15. Highlights include Metal Gear Solid V The Definitive Experience for $14.95, Valkryia Chronicles Remastered for $14.95, Battlefield 4 for $8.95, Tomb Raider Definitive Edition for $14.95 and Oxenfree for $7.55.
- Harvey Norman is throwing a sale on video games. Click here to see what's on offer!
- EB Games also kicked off its Christmas Mega Sale with big savings on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC products. You can also grab deals on loot/merchandise and smartphones.
- Not sure what to get from EB Games' massive online sale? We like the look of the 4K Playstation 4 Pro 1TB console with five games for $549. Alongside the console, you get Wolfenstein II, Evil Within 2, Fallout 4, Dishonored 2 and the Elder Scrolls: Morrowind - save $250!
- Further to the above deal, EB Games has a 5OOgb Xbox One S with Assassin's Creed Origins, Wolfenstein II and The Evil Within 2 for $279. That will save you $287 - just be wary that the Xbox One S doesn't do 4K gaming, it only does 4K video. That deal is live here, along with four other deals for the same price with different bundled games.
- If you're more of a PC person, then Steam is where you will want to spend most of your cash. Their Autumn sale has now begun, with some huge discounts all over the store. Some of the current top sellers are Shadow of War and NieR: Automata which are both 40% off, plus a bunch of highlighted deals on big titles like Night in the Woods, Inside and The Evil Within 2.
- Keep an eye out for deals coming through our friends at Kotaku, who will be all over the best games to grab in the upcoming sales
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- eBay has some solid Cyber Monday deals on across most toy, game and tech categories. Click here to start shopping!
- Sony already has a few decent TV and camera deals out the door. We like the look of the 55" X8500E 4K HDR TV for $1499, Sony a7 II E-Mount Camera for $1570 and a7R II E-Mount Camera for $3185. More deals are sure to pop up in the days ahead, so keep checking back!
- The Good Guys is offering $150 Store Credit when you make a Click & Collect purchase of $1000. Spend $1300 and get $200 store credit or spend $50 and get $10 store credit.
- You can grab a ton of great Sonos speakers from Videopro with some hefty discounts. The Play:1 is $225, the Play:3 is $365 and the second-gen Play:5 is $645. Some really good savings on a product that rarely sees big discounts.
- Noteworthy deals from Kogan include Apple's iPhone 8 (64GB, Gold) for $999, Samsung's Galaxy S8 (64GB, Midnight Black) for $839, LG's 27" Ultra HD UHD 4K IPS Monitor (27UD58-B) for $599 and the Google Home for $159. Prices are expected to drop further on 22 November, so keep those pages bookmarked!
- Dell can always be relied upon on Black Friday/Cyber Monday and this year is no exception. You can score up to 40% off on laptops, pre-built desktops, monitors and more.
- Lenovo are running a sale on their website, with up to 30% off of selected PCs.
- Hardware retailer MWave is taking part in the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales as well. Noteworthy deals include AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16-Core Socket TR4 3.4GHz Unlocked CPU Processor for $1149 (save $250), Ryzen Threadripper 1900X 8-Core Socket TR4 3.8GHz Unlocked CPU Processor for $609 (save $120) and Ryzen 5 1600X 6 Core Socket AM4 3.6GHz CPU Processor for $285 (save $34).
- If you're looking for a cheap and reliable VPN, PureVPN is offering a special Online Deal: a 3-Year Plan for 81% Off. That works out to just $69.20 instead of $358.20.
- NordVPN has its own Black Friday/Cyber Monday offer - a 3-year plan for 77% off, which works out to $3.59 per month. To get the deal, use the discount code "BLACKDEAL". ZoogVPN also has a deal running, with 81% off for a 2-year Plan.
- Audiophiles can snap up some early bargains too - premiumsound.com.au is currently offering deals on Bose and B&O products. Highlights include Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Wired Headphones for $99, Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay P2 Speaker for $199 and Bose Wave music system IV for $599. That's $80, $50 and $200 off, respectively.
- Bluetooth speakers are a handy Christmas gift and the Microsoft store has the JBL Charge 3 for $149, which is one of the best prices you find at this time of year. If you were more inclined to grab the UE Megaboom, then you can grab it from Bing Lee's eBay store for $215.20 using the code POWERON
- Tech21 has knocked 30% off mobile accessories. You can also get free delivery on orders over $70.
- Here's Woolworths' half-price offers.
- Cellarmasters is offering $100 off a $200+ spend when you use the discount code "100XMASGIFT". You can also get free delivery when you buy two or more cases.
- Here's a deal for any KFC fans out there - 30 KFC Chicken Nuggets, two Large Chips and Dipping Sauce for $15.95.
- Here are the latest grog deals from Dan Murphy's.
- Redbubble has knocked 25% off sitewide. Use the discount code "CYBER25".
- David Jones has knocked 20% off Men's fashion, shoes and accessories - including already discounted items.
- The above deal is also available from Women's fashion, shoes and accessories.
- Sunglass Hut has slashed up to 50% off selected sunglass styles. Click here to start shopping.
- New Balance is offering 50% off everything. Click here!
- ShowPo is knocking 20% off full-priced items when you use the code "FRENZY20".
- Cotton On has 30-to-50% off its entire range of products including Typo gear.
- ASOS haven't got quite the same discounts they had in Click Frenzy, but 20% off is still great. To get the deal, use the code: "WIN20".
- SurfStitch are doing 30% off almost everything and the deals run all weekend until 3am Monday November 27. Use the code .BLACKOUT'.
- Catch has knocked up to 70% off ASICS footwear.
- People really do wear Crocs. If you're one of them, you can currently get 30% off sitewide.
- Booktopia has up to 90% off books right now. Click here!
- You can currently score up to 60% off at Vistaprint when you use the discount code "BONUS". (This is an especially cool way to make bespoke Christmas gifts like cards, mugs and T-shirts on the cheap.)
- Crazy Sales has knocked up to 90% off its Christmas gift range. Click here.
- Expedia is running a Flash Sale right now where you can save 50% off hotels worldwide. They've also got 40% off their escape sale to destinations around the world, so you can get to those cheap hotels! $100 off Flight + Hotel packages when you spend $1000 or more. You can also get 15% off select hotels.
- BookDepository is knocking an extra 10% off everything, including sale items. The deals runs for the next 72 hours. (Requires discount code 'BF10' at the checkout.)
We'll be posting a comprehensive roundup in the days ahead. In the meantime, share any noteworthy deals you spot in the comments section below.
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