Black Friday - AKA the biggest and best sales event of the year - isn't supposed to kick off until November 29. However, that hasn't stopped a bunch of Aussie retailers from getting in early. There are already a stack of great bargains to be found if you know where to look. Here are the best deals for far!
Black Friday is the most important shopping events on the U.S. calendar, with retailers offering huge discounts on hundreds of thousands of consumer products. Over the past few years, Aussie merchants have been getting in on the action too, both online and in store. Whether you're in need of some cheap video games, home appliances, computing products, a laptop or 4K TV, you'll definitely find some killer deals during the Black Friday sales period.
In a few short weeks, the world's biggest shopping event is set to return for another year. Over 96 bargain-filled hours, hundreds of retailers will be slashing their prices by up to 90% with some big-ticket items going for a fraction of their RRP. Here's everything you need to know, including the best sites to bookmark, online shopping tips and the dates to mark in your calendar.
As mentioned above, the official sale doesn't start until November 29 but there are already hundreds of early-bird bargains on offer for those who don't like to wait. Here are some highlights.
The Good Guys tech sale: The Good Guys already has a dedicated Black Friday sales portal up and running. While most of the deals won't appear until November 29, a handful of tech discounts have made an early appearance. Click here!
Catch Black Friday clearance: Daily deals site Catch has kicked off its Black Friday sale two weeks ahead of schedule. Highlights include half-price audio products, 56% off IT gear, 58% off electronics and cheap Nike shoes/fashion. Expect more deals to drop on Catch in the days ahead. Click here to see what else is on offer!
88% off VPNs: PureVPN is offering a whopping 88% off its one-year plan for Black Friday - down to just $1.32 per month. Click here!
Kogan Black Friday deals: Like Catch and The Good Guys, Kogan has built a dedicated Black Friday sales portal with hundreds of active deals. There are some big savings to be had across all categories. Click here!
Microsoft Store Clearance: The Microsoft Store's Black Friday deals include $700 off select Surface laptops, $299 Xbox One S game bundles, dirt-cheap audio gear and up to 30% off performance laptops.Click here!
Amazon Black Friday deals: The Black Friday deals are starting to trickle onto Amazon Australia. Amazon is considered the mecca for Black Friday so their sale is well worth checking out. Click here!
40% off Dell laptops: Dell's Black Friday estore recently raised its curtains without any deals inside. Thankfully, there's plenty of bargains available elsewhere on the site, including a massive 40% off select gaming and XPS laptops. Click here!
70% off Asos clothing: Asos generally has some of the best fashion discount during Black Friday and 2019 looks like no exception. You can currently score up to 70% off selected styles. Click here!
100GB mobile data for $28: Circles.Life is currently offering 100GB of mobile data on Optus' 4G network for just $28 a month. The plan is contract-free and also comes with unlimited calls and text. Bargain! Click here for details.
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Note: This is far from an exhaustive list - we'll be updating it periodically in the weeks ahead, so keep checking back for more deals. If you've seen a killer Black Friday bargain yourself, tell us all about it in the comments section below.
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