Black Friday deals are a new thing in Australia, but it appears retailers are jumping on board with gusto. There’s some pretty great deals around and we’ve started rounding them up to make sure you get the best out of the event.


As a US retailer, Amazon knows how to do Black Friday really well. The Amazon Black Friday deals will be across a bunch of categories including Video Games, Fashion, Beauty, Electronics, Books, and loads more. The deals on Amazon will start at 00:01 on Friday 23rd November and will continue until 23:59 on Monday 26th November. Amazon has a range of discounts on both their own Echo and Fire branded devices as well as deals on other goods like Playstation consoles, Robotic vacuum cleaners, GoPro cameras, Sony TVs and loads more.

In Australia, there’s already some great deals to be found, with Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II headphones selling well below retail.

Amazon Echo and Fire discounts will include the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition for $54 (Save $15 off RRP), while the Echo Plus (1st generation) will be $99 and include a Free Phillips Hue Bulb, (a 56% saving off RRP for the Echo Plus 1st generation) – or the new Echo Dot (2nd generation) will be just $39 and include a Free Echo Dot Case, (a 50% saving off RRP for the Echo dot 2nd generation).

The deals will be live on Friday morning on the Amazon Australia website.


If you’re looking for some new headphones then Australian audio company AudioFly is offering up to 50% off their MK1 and Pro range of of headphones. >you can find deals on :

  • Audiofly MK1 Bluetooth headphone range: AF100W, AF56W, AF45W, AF33W (50% off)
  • Audiofly PRO models: AF100C, AF120, AF140, AF180 (50% off)

If you want to get some, you can head over to the AudioFly website the sale starts tonight at 6pm AWST (that’s 9pm AEDT) and runs through until Monday 26th November 11:59pm AWST (that’s 2:59AM AEDT on Tuesday 27th November).


If you’re after a decent deal, then the Dell Australian site is offering up to 40% off for Black Friday. The deals have already started from today and will continue all the way up until next Thursday.

There’s bargains running on laptops from as low as $399 each, or you can check out their monitor and accessory deals which have some decent offerings. Worth a look.


eBay has jumped on board the Black Friday sales a little early offering various discounts on different categories.

  • 15% Phones and accessories – use code ‘POWPOW
  • 20% off brand new tech, toys, fashion & more – use code ‘PEPPY
  • Bing Lee has a discount code ‘PACKED‘ giving discounts on a range of stocked items in their eBay store.
  • 20% off an Xbox One X Starter Console Bundle use code ‘PLAYER20


Want a new smartwatch? You can grab 30% off Fossil gear both in-store and online with free standard shipping by using the code ‘BF30‘.

The sale started at 11am and runs through until 23:59 on Sunday 25th of November. If you’re not near the Fossil store you should head to

Harvey Norman

Harvey Norman will be doing Black Friday deals – but they’re not live yet. You can sign up to the mailing list, or keep an eye on their website from tomorrow which will have all the deals on their Black Friday landing page:


You want a Smart Display? Lenovo has two of them, either an 8″ or 10″ which are on-sale for $229 or $329 respectively on their online store – and you get a bonus Google Home Mini with it. The price didn’t seem to be working on the checkout, but I hit the ‘Chat Now’ button on the side of their website and the sales rep offered to complete the sale at the correct price.

If you don’t want to order from Lenovo, it looks like you can get the same price at JB HiFi or for a couple of dollars cheaper at Harvey Norman.


You can save 15% off selected Microsoft Surface Go on the Microsoft online store if you purchase between the 20th – 27th of November.

For something a little more fun, they’ve also put together a few other fun things:


It’s no secret that we’re massive fans of the Nokia handsets around here, and for Black Friday you can get your hands on them 15% cheaper than normal with HMD Global and JB HiFi offering 15% off the entire range. The sale will go live from tomorrow, Friday 23rd November and continue on through to Monday 26th November. You can find the links, and discounts here:

Nvidia Shield

Want an Android TV set top box, the very excellent Nvidia Shield TV is on-sale for $197.95 for the Standard edition, or $267.95 for the Gaming Edition – it includes a game pad. The sale includes free shipping from Nvidia and is available through the Nvidia Shield Australia website.

If you want a slightly better deal on the you can check eBay and get one from Tech Mall for 20% off which brings the gaming edition down to just over $238 by using the code ‘PEPPY‘.


I’m a massive fan of Ring and their doorbells and spotlight/floodlight cameras having reviewed almost their entire range. The Ring website in Australia is having a massive sale (thanks Jamie) offering great discounts – up to 20% – on Ring products.

  • Video Doorbell 2 A$269.00 Regular price$329.00
  • Video Doorbell Pro A$319.00 Regular price$399.00
  • Spotlight Cam Battery A$269.00 Regular price$329.00
  • Outdoor Starter Kit A$529.00 Regular price$658.00
  • Doorbell Camera Kit A$589.00 Regular price$737.00

The sale is now on over on the Ring website.


If you’re looking to secure your home ahead of a trip away this year then head over to the Swann website where they’re discounting a bunch of gear by up to 55% off RRP. There’s a bunch of deals ranging from a twin-pack of Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras for $170 through to a fixed 8-camera security system for $849

The Swann deals run through until November 29th, so shop around and then head over to check it out.

There are still Black Friday sales coming online, and if you see a good one add it to the comments below so everyone can take advantage.

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    Andrew Davies

    Doubt it’s going to come up, but if anyone finds a deal on a Nintendo Switch please hit me up!


    Check out Kotaku AU, they’ve been doing a series of deal posts for tech like Switches etc. Vooks dot net is good too for an Aussie repository of Switch-related deals.


    I might have to wait for Cyber Monday but I want to find the cheapest Office Home 365 renewals so shout if you see any 🙂 But only from legitimate sources.


    I haven’t seen too many Chromebook deals.

    Also, deals on the Google Australia store are mild compared with what they’re doing in the United States.


    Thank you, Daniel. Very helpful.