Black Friday 2019: Amazon's Best Tech Deals

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Black Friday is well and truly in full swing, and Amazon has a stack of great tech, gaming and book deals ready for the picking.

Here are the best ones we've found so far.

Best Black Friday Tech Deals In Australia

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.

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Google Pixel 3 for $699

You can get Google's 2018 flagship (which is stilla really solid phone) for just $699.

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$120 off New Nintendo Switch

You can now get the new Nintendo Switch (with almost double the battery life) for $120 off.

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Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones For Just $289

Over a year after their release these are still our favourite noise cancelling headphones in market. Now you can get them for a lot cheaper.

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$50 Off FitBit Versa Lite

The FitBit Versa Lite tracks your steps, sleeping pattern, heartrate and more. Normally retailing for $249.95 it's now just $194.

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50% off Audible membership for 6 months

For new Audible customers only. After the first six months the price is $16.45.

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55% off books

Amazon has knocked up to 55% off the RRP on select books. You also get free delivery.

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Up to 70% off on over 60 Kindle Books

Get up to 70% off on over 150 Kindle Books.

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$80 off Amazon Echo Show (plus a free Philips Hue smart bulb)

Amazon's 2nd gen Echo Show is now down to $269 which is $80 off the regular RRP. You also get a free Philips Hue smart bumb thrown in for good measure.

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25% off PlayStation Plus subscriptions:

You can get PlayStation Plus 12-month memberships for $59.95 which is $20 off regular RRP. To get the deal, you need to be an Amazon Prime member which is currently offering a free trial.

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