In the words of Cosmo Kramer: "RRP is for suckers!" If you're looking to buy a big ticket item - or even something small - the end of financial year (EOFY) is the time to buy.
Over the next few weeks, Australia's online retailers will be offering massive discounts on almost every product imaginable. The deals have already started, with Amazon, eBay, Catch, Sony, Samsung, The Good Guys and stacks more launching dedicated EOFY sales. Here are all the bargains you need to know about.
Amazon Australia keeps adding new deals to its EOFY sales page. There are big bargains up for grabs across every category.
Microsoft is running an EOFY sale on a range of gaming and computing products with up to 60% off select items. You don't need any special codes for these deals - just click 'n' purchase! Here are a few highlights:
- Microsoft Surface Book 2: $1699 (was $2199)
- Razer Phone 2: $799 (was $1249)
- BOSE QuietComfort 35 II Headphones: $395 (was $499.95)
- Dell 27 S2718D Ultrathin Monitor: $899 (was $1099)
Over the EOFY period, Optus is offering its standard $50 plan with a massive 100GB of data. It has also slashed the price to $45! Hands down, this is the best SIM-only plan on the market right now. Click on the table below to see the inclusions.
eBay has spread its EOFY deals across several different sales. You can score up to 60% off select products.
The Good Guys is have a massive sale on Ebay, slashing up to 20% off the price of good from almost every department.
PureVPN is one of the best virtual private networks on the market but its pricing is usually pretty steep. However, you can currently score over 80% off a 12-month plan which brings the total to just $1.99 per month.
Amazon Australia's Mid-Year Gaming Sale is now live! Over the next month, Amazon will be discounting hundreds of video games and accessories with over 60% off select titles. Stacks of deals have already dropped on PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Noteworthy deals include DOOM for $10.80, Titanfall 2 for $12 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider for $15. There's also a stack of cheap gaming laptops and accessories up for grabs.
Daily deals site Catch has knocked up to 99% off its entire product range as part of its EOFY sale. (You've got to do a bit of hunting to find the good stuff, but it's definitely there!)
Sony has launched its own EOFY micro-site on its online store with big savings across headphones, 4K TVs, cameras, audio systems and gaming consoles.
Like Sony, Samsung has a dedicated EOFY sales page where you can bag up to 25% off smartphones, tablets and wearables. Decent deals include $100 off Galaxy Watches, $180 off the Galaxy Tab S4 tablet and $240 off the Samsung Galaxy Book2.
JB Hi-Fi has some pretty good EOFY deals in the offing, with an emphasis on TVs and laptops. You can also get 20% off a range of other items.
We'll be updating this page with more sales when they drop. Also feel free to share any deals you spot in the comments.
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