For the first time ever, Amazon is running a Black Friday sale in Australia. There are some stupendously good bargains up for grabs, including big discounts on consoles, laptops, books and clothing. Here's the full list of Amazon Black Friday deals that will be running until Monday.
Amazon is promising to bring tens of thousands of deals to Aussie shoppers over the next three days. (That's right - despite the sale's name, you actually have until Monday to snap up a bargain!)
Rocco Braeuniger, Country Manager of Amazon Australia said: “We are delighted to bring our first ever Black Friday Deals Event to Australian customers... with deals on everything from active wear brands to everyday essentials such as Nivea and big brand skin care products, to consoles such as PS4, Nintendo and Xbox, we hope there is something for everyone.”
Below is a list of deals that are currently live on Amazon Australia. You can find more deals over on Amazon's Black Friday landing page. (You can also check out US deals via the Amazon Global Store - with free shipping for Amazon Prime customers.)
The world's biggest online shopping sale (AKA Black Friday) is now in full swing. There are literally tens of thousands of deals vying for your wallet's attention, with more to come over the weekend and on Monday. Here's a list of the best Black Friday deals you can buy right npw.
Clothing & Fashion
Nothing under half-price: that's what we like to see! Grab yourself some men's T-shirts, sports shoes, sunglasses, swimsuits and a handbag or two!
- Up to 50% Off select Bonds
- Up to 50% off select Calvin Klein Clothing
- Up to 50% Off select Men's and Women's Basics including Nancy Ganz, Berlei, Jockey and Rio
- Up to 50% Off select Men's T-Shirts, Polos and Shirts across brands like Levi's, Lacoste, G-Star, Ben Sherman, Nautica, Mossimo and van Heusen
- Up to 50% Off Select Sportswear including Caterbury, Lorna Jane and Puma
- Up to 50% Off select Swimwear including Calvin Klein, Speedo, Lacoste and Bondi Bather
- Up to 50% off select Tommy Hilfiger
- Up to 50% Off select Handbags and Accessories including Fossil, Oroton and Calvin Klein
- Up to 50% Off select Men Dress Shoes including Brando, Ecco and Julius Marlow
- Up to 50% Off select Sports Shoes including Nike, Puma and Mizuno
- Up to 50% Off select Sunglasses including Local Supply, Cancer Council and Morrissey
- Up to 50% Off select Thongs and Sandals including Birkenstock, Crocs and Keen
- Up to 50% Off select Women Dress Shoes including Sola-Sana, Tony Bianco and Billini
- Up to 50% Off select Van Heusen Shirts & Accessories
There's nothing really spectacular here - unless you're after a toaster or robot vacuum cleaner. Hopefully the upcoming Lightning Deals and Deals Of The Day will offer a bit more excitement.
- Save 50% Off select Braun Electric Shavers
- Save $150 off iRobot Roomba 605 Robotic Vacuum
- Fire TV Stick Basic Edition for $54 (Save $15 off RRP)
- 25% off Netgear products
- Up to 65% off iPad Pro accessories.
- Echo Plus (1st generation) for $99 + Free Phillips Bulb, (a 56% saving off RRP for the Echo Plus 1st generation)
- $30 off Echo Spot
- Save up to 30% on select Interdesign
- Up to 50% off DeLonghi toasters and kettles
- 20% off Philips AirFryer Daily
- 35% off GoPro Hero5 Session cameras
- Save off Nikon D3500
- Save on Bose QC35
- Up to 45% off Philips Hue Starter Kits
- Up to 53% off Sony 4K TVs
- Save on Fitbit Flex 2
- Save 20% on ASUS laptops and monitors
- Up to 20% off UE Blast
- $49 off HUAWEI P20 PRO
- Save up to 30% on Bosch Power Tools
- Save up to 30% on Philips Hue Smart bulbs
- Save up to 45% on LIFX Smart Bulbs.
Games and movies
35% off video games does sound pretty great - especially when you consider Amazon already has some of the best gaming prices in Australia.
- PlayStation VR + Camera + VR Worlds for $229
- Save 25% on MSI Gaming Laptops and Monitors
- 32% off Nintendo 3DS consoles
- Great console deals across select PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox
- Save 35% Off Select Video Games
- 30% Off Select 4K, Blu-ray and DVD Titles
- 40% Off select Avengers Infinity War
- Thrustmaster T-GT Gran Turismo Racing Wheel (PC or PS4) for $1249
- PlayStation 4 Dualshock (Black): $71.43
- PlayStation 4 Dualshock (White): $71.43
- Xbox One Controller (White, Xbox One S): $78
- Xbox Elite Controller: $188
- Switch Pro Controller: $79.99
- Switch Neon Red/Blue JoyCons: $94
- Switch Neon Yellow JoyCons: $94
- Switch Joy-Con Charging Grip: $34
There's nothing below 25% off here, with most deals in the 50-60% range. We particularly like the look of those Daniel Wellington watches.
- Up to 40% Off select Men's and Women's Watches
- Save up to 55% Off select Baby Jogger Strollers
- Save up to 30% Off select Clarisonic Appliances
- Buy One Get Three Free on select Nivea moisturizer
- 50% Off select Garnier Hair and Skin
- Save up to 60% Off select Lassig Nappy Bags
- 50% Off select L'Oreal Paris Hair Care
- 40% Off select L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics
- Up to 50% off Select Men’s Personal Care
- Up to 60% Off Select Big Brand Skin Care
- Up to 60% Off select Big Brand Cosmetics
- 15% Off select Pampers
- Save up to 60% off select Recaro Car Seats
- Save 40% on select iCandy Strollers
- Save up to 30% on select Vtech Baby Monitors
- Up to 40% Off select Benzac Acne Care
- Up to 50% Off for select Toni & Guy
- Up to 50% Off select Pet Foods
- Save up to 25% on Bosch Garden Tools
- Up to 25% on Coleman Camping
- Up to 25% off Moleskine
Plenty of options here for the impending holidays! This is where most of Black Friday money will probably be spent.
- Up to 30% Off Select Children's Books
- Up to 30% Off Select Books for Summer Reading
- Save up to 40% Off Select Dummies Books
You can find out more about Amazon's Black Friday sale - and how to get the best deals - via our in-depth guide.
Attention online shoppers! Amazon is throwing its first Black Friday event in Australia tonight, with tens of thousands of bargains appearing at the stroke of midnight. Here's everything you need to know about Amazon's Black Friday sale: including a sneak peak at some of the deals on offer.
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