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Amazon Australia Cyber Monday 2020: best tech deals still available

Cyber Monday 2020
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Update: Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be over, but the savings keep on coming. The discount bonanza still continuing on Amazon Australia, with plenty of the deals that were available in November’s big sale still available.

Most the offers you’ll find are about the same price as they were over Black Friday, and in the hot products we’ve highlighted below, we’ve noted any price fluctuations.

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Not only are there a huge number of offers from Amazon AU to choose from, but there's a staggering number from Amazon US and Amazon UK as well, giving Aussie shoppers plenty of options.

There is plenty to choose from – whether it’s video games, laptops, smart home devices or cameras (even lenses are sometimes cheapest on Amazon) – the streak continues.

Sifting through Amazon’s huge number of Cyber Monday deals can be painstaking, so TechRadar Australia’s deal-hunting experts are on hand to cherry-pick the best of the best tech bargains and listing them below in an easy-to-navigate page.

Amazon Cyber Monday 2020 deals

Gaming

HOT SWITCH DEAL

Nintendo Switch + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 3-month Switch Online | AU$399 (RRP AU$469; save AU$161)

Not a massive discount but it's the best Amazon has to offer on the Nintendo Switch right now. So if you're keen, you can get this bundle and save yourself a little cash. In fact, it might even make for a great gift this Christmas – for a loved one or for yourself. Available in both the grey Joy-Con version and the Neon one.View Deal

Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model (2020) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 2070 Super | AU$3,002 (RRP AU$4,899; save AU$1,897)

This brilliant gaming laptop won an 'Editor's Pick' distinction in our review, with its tough and elegant build, great specs and impressive battery life. In addition to the specs above, the 1080p screen boasts a whopping 300Hz refresh rate. This discount offers AU$1,300 off one of the best laptops on the market - still pricey, but you'll have enough left over for nearly two next-gen consoles.View Deal

Alienware 510K RGB Mechanical Keyboard | AU$258.30 (RRP AU$369, save AU$110.70)

Low profile Cherry RED MX switches for great feel, plus customisable RGB lighting 30% off with free shipping. Yes please! Or save a massive 57% off the the Alienware 310K keyboard (AU$117, was AU$269, save AU$152), which uses standard Cherry Red switches, and doesn't have the RGB lighting. Both are available in dark grey, or white. (Be aware the pic used for the 310K is actually the 510K.)View Deal

The Last of Us Part 2 | AU$48 (RRP AU$99.95; save AU$51.95)

The end of year lists will start in earnest soon, and chances are The Last of Us Part 2 will factor heavily into all of them. This post-pandemic adventure cuts extremely close to the bone, but it's one of the most powerful video games of the generation (fingers crossed for a PS5 update!).

Still available, but now a little more expensive (AU$13) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Ghost of Tsushima | AU$59 (RRP AU$99.95; save AU$40.95)

While slightly overshadowed by The Last of Us Part 2, Ghost of Tsushima is a grand adventure set in the midst of the 1270s Mongolian invasion of Japan. The combat is a highlight in this gorgeous open world adventure - and if you've got a PS5, there's a nice performance boost, too.

Still available, but now a little more expensive (AU$10) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS5 | AU$78 (RRP AU$94.95; save AU$16.95)

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a next-gen exclusive coming to the PS5 at launch, and one of the most anticipated releases. It’s sure to showcase the best of what Sony’s new system can do. It’s available to pre-order, and while this is a small discount, it’s selling at full RRP from most other retailers.View Deal

Demon's Souls on PS5 | AU$109 (RRP AU$124.95; save AU$15.95)

Demon’s Souls has been remade from the ground-up for the PS5 launch. Whether or not you were a fan of the original for the PlayStation 3, this is one of the most exciting titles for Sony’s next-gen gaming console. This title is available for pre-order and most retailers are selling it at full price, but you can snag a small 13% discount from Amazon, saving you AU$15.95.View Deal

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on PS5 | AU$94 (RRP AU$119.95; save AU$25.95)

Black Ops Cold War is the next instalment in the Call of Duty franchise and it's up for pre-order on Amazon for a lower price than the rest of the competition. It was cheaper still a few days ago, but you can still save. So if you're keen on hunting down a Soviet spy in the tense political atmosphere of the '80s while saving yourself some money, click on the green button now.View Deal

Razer Viper | AU$79.10 (RRP AU$135; save AU$55.90)

It might look unassuming, but the Razer Viper is an excellent choice for the esports pro or up-and-comer. It’s a lightweight, ambidextrous design with a responsive 16,000 DPI sensor. Razer promises 70 million clicks per life cycle too. Best of all, Amazon has slashed almost half the amount from its asking price.

Still available, but now a little more expensive (AU$12) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Razer DeathAdder V2 Gaming Mouse | AU$90 (RRP AU$139; save AU$49)

Spoilers from our review, but the Razer Deathadder V2 is a great gaming mouse. Even better at $90, which is a solid 25% off the usual AU$120 price tag. Plus free shipping. 20,000 DPI sensor, RGB LEDs, optical switches and more. Yes please!View Deal

Laptops, PCs & peripherals

Lenovo PCs, laptops & monitors | from AU$228

Need a laptop on a tight budget? Amazon is currently discounting Lenovo Chromebooks, as well as IdeaPads, with prices starting as low as AU$228. There are also a bunch of budget monitors to choose from as well, along with a few tablets. So if you're after new tech but can't spend top dollar, these might be worth a gander.View Deal

Lenovo Chromebook C340 | Celeron N4000 / 4GB RAM / 64GB SSD | AU$328 (RRP AU$599; save AU$271)

While more typically found under AU$500 mark, the C340 is still a good 30% off. The little 11.6" Chromebook uses a N4000 Celeon CPU that can hit 2.6 GHz, backed up with 4GB of RAM and a 64GB eMMC SSD. Battery life is a solid 10 hours. The touch screen has a 1366 x 768 resolution and can fold back for use as a laptop. Not bad for a very affordable Chromebook.View Deal

Amazon Eero Mesh Wi-Fi (3 pack) | AU$257 (RRP AU$429, save AU$172)

Everyone knows the pain of crappy Wi-Fi coverage, and a solid mesh setup is often the easiest solution. But it doesn't come cheap, so 40% off the Amazon Eero three pack is a welcome deal. The single router pack is also 40% off, costing AU$119. But the best deal of all is two single routers together for AU$179. To put that in perspective, that makes them AU$80 each vs $87 each for the three pack. It is limited to two per customer though. You can read more about the Eero in our launch coverage hereView Deal

Audio

Best Bose deal

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 | AU$419 (RRP AU$599; save AU$180)

Bose’s flagship headphones feature more levels of noise cancellation than the QuietComfort 35 II, in a sleeker design. With an over-ear fit, you’ll be able to tune out all unwanted sounds and immerse yourself in music. Even when using the headphones on a call, the noise cancellation promises you’ll hear each other clear as day. And these premium headphones are down to AU$419 in black, soapstone and silver.

Still available, but now a little dearer (AU$10) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Jabra Elite 75t | AU$199 (RRP AU$299, save AU$100)

There's now a new kid on the block (the Jabra Elite 85t), but the Jabra Elite 75t is only a little over a year old and are still one of our favourite true-wireless sets, with great battery life, customisable equaliser and even the ability to tune audio to your hearing profile. Nab them for 33% off in this Amazon Black Friday deal.View Deal

Sonos Move | AU$495 (RRP AU$649; save AU$154)

A few retailers are currently discounting the Sonos Move portable Bluetooth speaker to AU$499, but Amazon has beaten them to it and offering a slightly better price of AU$495 on the white colour option (note: the black is out of stock). So if you've been lusting after this premium speaker, then this is the best price you're going to get at the moment.View Deal

Panasonic RZ-S300W true wireless earbuds | AU$119 (RRP AU$249; save AU$130)

Panasonic's recent range of wireless personal audio devices are already quite affordable, but Amazon Australia is knocking a substantial amount off to make them even more enticing. The RZ-S300W true wireless buds are a particular highlight, but you can also find their noise-cancelling sibling (RZ-S500W) available at a 43% discount, or some 'Deep Bass' over ear cans (RB-M300) at a huge 57% discount. Check out the full range of Panasonic audio offers at Amazon AustraliaView Deal

Bose SoundLink II | AU$209 (RRP AU$329; save AU$120)

These are older Bose headphones and they don't have noise cancelling tech, but they are relatively more affordable than the big audio brand's newer headphones. Despite their age, they're still retailing for AU$329 at most major Aussie retailers but Amazon has slashed the price of the black cans down to AU$209.View Deal

Sennheiser PXC 550-II | AU$289.60 (RRP AU$549; save AU$259.40)

These headphones are back to Prime Day prices, and with the discount, are a much more affordable alternative to Bose and Sony’s noise-cancelling cans. These headphones feature up to 30 hours of battery life, smart pause when you remove them from your head, and Sennheiser’s superb sound quality. Now steeply discounted on Amazon, saving you 47%.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus | from AU$168 (RRP AU$299, save up to AU$131)

Though they didn't quite make it onto our list of the best earbuds for 2020, there's still plenty to like about Samsung's true wireless Galaxy Buds, with an impressive 11 hours battery life per charge (and another 11 in the case), an ambient mode that lets you hear your surroundings while listening to music, and of course great audio quality. Amazon currently has the black and white colours discounted by AU$131.View Deal

LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 | AU$199 (RRP AU$249; save AU$50)

The Tone Free HBS-FN6 features LG's new UV Nano self cleaning technology, which kills 99.9% of bacteria on the earbud speaker mesh when left in the case (while plugged in) for ten minutes. That's pretty neat. They also feature IPX4 weather resistance, audio tuned by Meridian, and an ambient sound mode.

Still available, but now a little more expensive (AU$10) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Smartphones, tablets & Kindles

Samsung Galaxy S20+ | AU$1,199 (RRP AU$1,649; save AU$300)

Need a new phone right now? If you're after something bigger and more powerful than the S20, then you can pick up a Galaxy S20+ for less – 20% less than RRP to be precise, saving you a decent AU$300 on the 128GB storage flavour.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Wi-Fi 32GB | AU$297 (RRP AU$379, save AU$82)

A big 10.4" screen, a big 7,040mAh battery and quad Dolby Atmos speakers make this a great tablet for streaming. Depending on exactly what you are doing, expect up to 13 hours on a charge. The screen has a 2000 x 1200 resolution, the tablet has 802.11ac WiFi, and runs Android 9 Pie. 21% off with free delivery just sweetens the deal.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ (Wi-Fi, 128GB) | AU$1,148 (RRP AU$1,549; save AU$401)

Sporting a massive 12.4-inch OLED display, this is Samsung's most premium tablet yet. And it also boasts one of the fastest processors under the hood. So if you're after an Android tablet that's good for work and play, then it doesn't get better than this. It is expensive, however, even with this AU$411 discount on Amazon, but it's definitely worth every penny of that premium price tag.

Still available, but now a little more expensive (AU$10) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Amazon Kindle | AU$99 (RRP AU$139; save AU$40)

It might be a basic, no-frills ereader, but with AU$40 off the RRP, this is the best ebook reader for book lovers on a really tight budget. The 6-inch display is plenty sharp and this latest iteration even has an adjustable front light so you can read – for days at a stretch if you wish – any time and anywhere. The Kindle is available in a black chassis, or in a white body if you're tired of seeing the darker colour.View Deal

Smart home

Amazon Echo Show 5 | AU$49 (RRP AU$129; save AU$80)

A dollar less than its Amazon Prime Day discount sees the diminutive Alexa smart display become a very affordable device indeed. It's a great stepping stone to setting up a smart home, or for just asking Alexa a few questions, follow recipes, listen to music and watch videos. And its just AU$49 a pop, it's a great Christmas gift too. You have a choice of the Charcoal version or the Sandstone colour, both at the same price.View Deal

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) | AU$34 (RRP AU$59; save AU$25)

Available in four different colours, the third iteration of the tiny Alexa-powered Echo Dot fits into any space. It's also a great way to set up a smart home if you wish, but works wonderfully well as a little speaker too. And it's now a whopping 42% off this Black Friday.View Deal

Nanoleaf Shapes (Hexagons) | from AU$183 (RRP from AU$229; save up to AU$72)

Nanoleaf launched a brand new set of smart light panels recently, calling it Shapes. There are currently two Shapes in the range – hexagons and triangles of two different sizes – with Amazon discounting the Hexagons for Black Friday. You can pick up a 5-panel starter kit for just AU$183 or you can spend a touch more and get the 9-panel kit for AU$278.

Still available, but now slightly more expensive (AU$5) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Lifx Mini Day & Dusk A19 smart bulbs (4 pack) | from AU$85 (RRP AU$162; save up to AU$76.96)

Smart lights are an expensive investment but, in the long run, you can recoup your costs in lower energy bills. And it's not just Philips Hue that does smart lights, you can even opt for Lifx. These are easy to set up and with a 4-pack of this little bulbs discounted to just under half price, they're a great buy. Just be sure to check if your light fittings are Edison screw or Bayonet before you buy.View Deal

Amazon Echo Show 8 | AU$109 (RRP AU$229; save AU$120)

For a little more screen real estate, consider the 8-inch screen of the Echo Show 8. Again, with Alexa onboard, you can control your compatible smart home devices with your voice or the touchscreen display. Even if you don’t have a smart ecosystem at home, you can use the Echo Show 8 to stream movies and TV shows from Prime Video, chill out with tunes or manage your day, with the dual speakers providing a decent soundscape. Now AU$120 off.View Deal

Cameras

Fujifilm X-T3 (body only) | AU$1,688 (RRP AU$2,499; save AU$811)

This 26.1MP camera is one of the best stills shooters you can get, with phase-detect autofocus, up to 20fps burst speed and dual SD card slots. A new October 2020 firmware has boosted the autofocus performance of the X-T3 to be on par with that on the X-T4. So why spend over AU$3,000 on the new camera when the predecessor can be yours for around half that?

Still available, but now slightly more expensive (AU$32) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

DJI Mavic Mini | AU$509 at Amazon (RRP $599, save AU$90)

That's 15% and free delivery on what we think is a cracker of a little drone. Yep, 5 Stars in our review. It weighs in at just 250 grams, records 2.7K video with a 3-Axis gimbal and has a flight time of 30 minutes. You can also grab the Mini Combo pack for AU$666 (including free delivery), which is AU$133, or 17% off.View Deal

DJI Osmo Pocket | AU$399 (RRP AU$599; save AU$200)

Portable, lightweight, with built-in image stabilisation to boot, this tiny camera shoots 4K video at up to 60fps. It's one of the best compact cameras you can get, albeit not in the traditional sense, and is fun to use too. Take selfies with easy, capture family memories and so much more for AU$200 less than RRP. Makes for a great Christmas gift too!View Deal

Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 | AU$79 (RRP AU$109; save AU$30)

Instant cameras are making a comeback and this is one of the best you can buy because of its ease of use. Take it along to your next outing to capture your memories in a unique way. There’s a little mirror on the front too for when you want to take selfies. This discount from Amazon is currently available in white and, at this price, is a great Christmas stocking filler.View Deal

Wearables

TOP SELLER

Fitbit Charge 4 | AU$148 (RRP AU$249; save AU$101)

Retailing for AU$249 at most major stores countrywide, this is the cheapest price on the Charge 4 you can get right now. At AU$100 for the Rosewood and Black standard editions, it's a whopping 40% off for this excellent fitness tracker. Christmas gift, anyone? And if you'd like a bit more oomph, the Fitbit Charge 4 Special Edition is also discounted to AU$189 down from AU$289.View Deal

Samsung Galaxy Watch (46mm, silver) | AU$274 (RRP AU$549; save AU$275)

It's possible to find the original Samsung Galaxy Watch for less than its RRP at most retailers through the year but right now Amazon has the best price for Black Friday. So if you're looking for a great Christmas gift for yourself or a loved one, this full-featured smartwatch with classic good looks is 50% off on Amazon.View Deal

Fitbit Sense | AU$419 (RRP AU$499; save AU$80)

It's Fitbit's most advanced smartwatch to date and it was only announed in September this year. So to find it discounted at all is a great, even if it's just by 16%. It's got advanced heart monitoring capabilities (although in Australia it's not been certified for ECGs), can check your skin temperature and much more. It does carry a premium price tag, but you can save AU$80 when shopping on Amazon right now. Available in Carbon/Graphite and Lunar White/Soft Gold colour options.View Deal

Fitbit Versa 3 | AU$302 (RRP AU$399; save AU$97)

Also announced in September 2020, this is the third iteration of Fitbit's popular Versa smartwatch. And it's finally got built-in GPS. That means you get all the benefits of a Fitbit device without needing to tote your phone around when you're out on your regular exercise routines. It looks great on the wrist too. And now available with 23% off the RRP on all three colour options – Pink Clay, the Midnight, and the Black.View Deal

Appliances

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo T8 AIVI | AU$939 (RPP AU$1,299; save AU$360)

It's the smartest robot vacuum money can buy, and it's pretty powerful too. It's also got a long battery life, three levels of suction power and is able to mop too. It knows when to ignore carpets and when to give them a thorough clean – and it's down to AU$939. Note: the listed price is AU$1,299 but check the box below the pricing to apply the coupon and you can get it for AU$360 off.

Still available, but now gone up in price (AU$40) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Ecovacs Deebot Ozmo 920 | AU$639 (RRP AU$899; save AU$260)

While not quite as smart as its T8 cousin, the Ozmo 920 is a pretty capable robot vacuum. It's best suited for hard floors as it doesn't quite have the power to clean carpets well, it can still do a good job on less messy homes. It will mop as well if you need it to, and will do so for a price of AU$639 when shopping on Amazon. To get this price, be sure to tick the coupon box to apply a AU$260 discount.

Still available, but now gone up in price (AU$50) than its Black Friday low.View Deal

Miscellaneous

Amazon Echo Auto | AU$49 (RRP AU$79; save AU$30)

These days there are cars that come with a voice assistant built-in, but they're oh-so-expensive! If you aren't too keen on spending you entire savings on a 'smart' car, then you just need to shell out a mere AU$49 on the Echo Auto and you'll be able to get Alexa support in you existing car. That said, you will need to check on the product page to see if the Echo Auto is compatible with your car, so double check before you buy.View Deal

When is Amazon's Black Friday sale?

Officially, Black Friday 2020 is scheduled for November 27, the Friday immediately after Thanksgiving in the US. 

However, Amazon doesn't usually wait until the actual sale date to start offering steep discounts. The e-commerce giant starts promotions a few days earlier, and the  deals continue on until the following Monday, November 30, which is Cyber Monday. That means you'll get about a full week's worth of bargains, with many of them changing over the course of the sale.

Amazon Australia Black Friday deals: what to expect

Being such a massive retailer, it can be difficult to know what to look for during the Amazon Black Friday deals. With the shop offering pretty much everything, it's difficult to predict exactly which devices will see the best offers come November – especially since Prime Day 2020 only just took place.

However, Amazon does have its strengths and weaknesses, which is why many head there for smart home deals, Garmin and Fitbit smartwatches, ereaders, and premium audio gear.

Last year we saw Amazon beating a range of online competitors, and if that arena is larger in 2020 you might be able to expect more savings secured in this way. 

Amazon has three types of deals on its site – Lightning Deals that are only available for a few hours, Deal of the Day that last for 24 hours, and regular deals that will be live for the entire weekend.

Amazon's own products, like Echo devices and Kindles, will be available for the same price throughout the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend, but if you're looking for other things, it's best to keep Amazon Australia's dedicated Black Friday page open for the duration of the sale.

Where to find the best Amazon Black Friday deals

Shopping on Amazon Australia during a big sale like Black Friday can be tedious. One  of the easiest ways to keep an eye on it all is to select the 'upcoming deals' option on Amazon's Black Friday page. This will give you a list of all the deals going live later, and what time they'll be available.

You can also browse through the 'Today's deals' section selectable from the top navigation bar on the site. You can then filter down by product category. However, this still gives you a staggering number of deals to trawl through, some of which are very short-lived.

So, to save you time and effort, you can stick with us. TechRadar's Australian team will be on hand to sift through the chaff and hand-pick the best tech bargains on the online marketplace, listing them right here as we've done with the early deals above.

If you plan on doing a lot of your shopping on Amazon during Black Friday, we'd recommend you sign up for a Prime subscription if you haven't already. This gets you a 30-day free trial of the service, so if you sign up now, you'll be covered for the entire Black Friday sale period. The biggest perk is free expedited delivery on all products marked 'Prime eligible', including those shipping from the US or the UK (as long as you spend AU$49 on international goods).