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If you're not already aware, Amazon Australia seems to be knocking the price of a whole swath of products down - perhaps in preparation for Easter? Regardless, that means that the budding bargain hunter can trawl for hours on Amazon's homepage, trying to find a great deal.
Or they can come to us! We've loaded up five of the best bargains to throw cash at.
On December 5 2017, Amazon Australia opened its virtual doors, in the dead of night. After weeks of speculation and rumour, credit cards were unleashed and bargains were ready to be hunted. Amazon didn't make any huge promises, but Aussies expected a lot from the 800-pound gorilla once they landed on our shore.
One month on, how does Amazon Australia look?
Could it be?
Could we finally be getting the huge Amazon Australia discounts that we hoped and dreamed about when the service launched in early December? It seems that on Boxing Day, that may be the case with Amazon offering up deals across fashion, books, movies, music, toys, video games, electronics, e-readers and more.
The initial response to Amazon Australia's launch a couple of weeks ago was mostly disappointment, with a hint of optimism. There weren't a lot of quality deals to be found, but video games and consoles were offered at really competitive prices that made a few people take notice.
So it's no surprise that Amazon Australia's top ten products since launch heavily feature video games and video game accessories - with a couple of books thrown in for good measure.
If you’re the kind of person that hates crowds (me), shopping (me) and can’t deal with Christmas carols all day long (me) – then online is the way to get your Christmas shopping done. The only caveat is making sure your deliveries arrive on time. Here are those all-important dates for JB Hi-Fi, Amazon Australia, Big W, Kmart and more.
The launch of Amazon Australia was supposed to be a game-changing event that redefined retail pricing for the whole nation. Instead, its arrival went down like a huge wet fart.
The chief disappointment was price - but that's not all that left us feeling miffed. Here are six things we hated about Amazon Australia's launch.
Amazon has finally launched its full online retail service in Australia. This means that you can now buy everything from electronics to video games without paying exorbitant international shipping fees. We had questions about Amazon pre-launch and most of them have been answered with the site going live early December 5.
Here's everything you need to know about the behemoth's entry into the Land Down Under.
Look, I'll be honest. At this point, trying to predict a launch date for Amazon is going to require some divination. There's been no word from the '800-pound gorilla' and no comment on the speculation. All that potential bargain hunters can do is keep refreshing that home page.
But over the weekend Amazon Australia's HTML changed, giving some indication of its first round of product offerings and providing a glimmer of hope that that launch is fast approaching.
Amazon is potentially days away from launching its online retail service in Australia. This means that you will soon be able to buy everything from food to electronics without paying exorbitant international shipping fees. As the launch inches closer, more and more questions are being answered about Amazon’s arrival in the Great Southern Land.
We’ve rounded up everything you need to know.
Amazon Australia's launch may have been exaggerated, but Jeff Bezos' empire is getting closer to opening every day. Now, a new report shows that Amazon has purchased a large chunk of land in Sydney's south-west with plans to turn the site into a "network operations and data centre".
According to an email sent to Marketplace sellers earlier this week, Amazon Australia would soft launch at 2pm AEST for a select number of customers. Well, 2pm has come and gone and Amazon Australia still only displays Kindles and books - not the wide range of appliances and consumer tech we were expecting.
But if you're anxiously awaiting Amazon's arrival Down Under there's no need to be alarmed.
With the news that Amazon will be storming the online-retail-gates of Australia this week, it seems JB Hi-Fi has got on the front foot and unveiled their new speedy delivery options for online customers. These new options will allow items to be delivered same day or, in some circumstances, within three hours.
Can't wait for Amazon's arrival in Australia and want to know what they're likely to be stocking right out of the gate? If you use this handy Google search trick, you can begin to find items that Amazon Australia has already listed online.