One of the biggest sale days of the year is nearly upon is. Black Friday is mere days away but you don’t have to wait until that magic date if you want to nab yourself a great tech deal. Here are some of the best early Black Friday tech sales for Australians.
Mere days before the intense Black Friday sales period, Amazon has dropped its latest online shopping bomb. The online retail giant has brought its Amazon Hub delivery service to Australia, and it's available from today.Read more
Where to get Black Friday sales in Australia?
The answer is everywhere but to help you narrow it down a bit, the biggest marketplaces include:
Harvey Norman also have some great Black Friday deals on the menu, including significant price drops on HP, Acer and Asus laptops, as well discounts on cameras, gaming accessories and TVs.
Black Friday is fast approaching, and so is the great deluge of tech deals. Harvey Norman has kicked off their Black Friday early, with a range of savings on phones, laptops, tablets, TVs, gaming consoles and cameras, as well as the latest and greatest gadgets on the market. Here's our round-up of the best bargains of the lot.Read more
Give me some early Black Friday tech deals
MacBooks rarely come very far down in price so now’s a good time to buy into the Apple ecosystem with this now-discontinued 12-inch model. It’s being sold for more than a $2000 in other retailers so it’s certainly a great price for the specs (and it’s Apple, you’re always going to pay more).
Usually retailing for $249.95, the Versa Lite gives you what you the basics of smartwatch workouts for a more affordable price. You won’t be able to submerge this one or house all your tunes on it like the Versa 2 but it will still give you your steps, the time, your heartrate and all the other regular features. Sadly, only the bright blue and purple bands are under the $200 mark while the more subtle white and grey bands will cost you a little more.
Vacuuming is not likely on many people’s favourite hobbies lists but it potentially could be with a Dyson. Domestic deities around the world rave about the products so test one out for yourself with this bargain.
PlayStation 4’s have been around for a while but if you’ve managed to avoid buying one this whole time, the Pro 1TB Fortnite bundle is a all you’ll ever need.
Regularly rated as one of the best noise-cancelling wireless headphones out there, the only problem with Bose’s QuietComfort II is that they’re pretty pricey. Thankfully, this sale knocks $124 off the price to give you a bit more breathing space.
The Nintendo Switch Lite gave those frustrated with the chunkiness of the original console a chance to take their favourite Nintendo characters on the road with ease. Catch is dropping the price if you’re interested in grabbing it in yellow, turquoise or the admittedly dull, grey.
The holidays are coming up so grab a solid gaming experience for $1799, packed with a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB and 9th Gen Intel Core.
Once you try an e-bike, you’ll never want to go back to that peasant peddle pusher again. Luckily, there are some on sale right now to make that a reality. This one folds up too so you don’t even need to bother with a bike rack for your car. Win-win.
If you’re not in any rush to charge into the Apple ecosystem, the Microsoft eBay store is slashing plenty of Windows laptops and notebooks. The HP Envy x2 is a good option for on-the-go but the range of Surface Pro products and even Huawei’s Matebook 13″ has dropped to $1399.
If you’ve been considering getting a smart home speaker but you wanted to double it up as a crisp music player, Bose’s Home Speaker 500 has got it in the bag. It comes with Alexa and a cute little display so you’ll not feel as guilty about dropping nearly $500 on a crisp speaker.
Now’s a good time to invest in treating yourself to a professional poison pourer. The Breville the Barista machine is a bewdy and it’s slashed just in time for Christmas. Go on, you deserve it.
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