Cyber Monday has now officially passed, but Amazon still has a bunch deals that are still available. Some of these deals have been running since November 21, while others have popped up across the Black Friday weekend. If you missed the main event, you still have time to pick up something for less.
With no time to waste, we’re rounding up the best Amazon Cyber Monday deals still available right now, with standout deals on Fire TV streaming devices and Echo smart home speakers and displays, along with ripper discounts on a range of headphones and so much more. Scroll down to shop what’s available.
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Today's best Amazon Cyber Monday deals under AU$100
- Fire TV Stick 4K Max:
AU$99AU$49 (opens in new tab)
- Amazon Echo Dot (2022, 5th gen):
AU$79AU$59 (opens in new tab)
- Amazon Echo Dot (3rd gen):
AU$59AU$19 (opens in new tab)
- JBL Clip 4 Ultra:
AU$89AU$68 (opens in new tab)
- PS5 games: up to 65% off (opens in new tab)
Best Amazon Cyber Monday 2022 deals still available
Echo Auto |
AU$79 AU$29 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
Control your cars audio with voice commands and Alexa with the Echo Auto. You'll be able to keep your eyes on the road and switch between songs without additional hassle with this little gadget. Just note, this device is not compatible with all cars or phones, so double check the compatibility list before grabbing this handy device.
Amazon Kindle Oasis (8GB) |
AU$399 AU$319 (opens in new tab) (save AU$80)
No longer at its lowest price yet, Amazon's most expensive ereader is up to AU$319 for the 8GB standard edition of the Oasis. It might seem like it's getting a little long in the tooth, now that the Paperwhite and base Kindle models have been updated, but this is still Amazon's best ereader... if you can afford it. And although the discount right now doesn't compare to what was before, 20% off still makes this worth considering. A sleek metal body, page-turn buttons, 7-inch screen... drool!
Note that this offer is on the 8GB model. If you need more storage, the 32GB Kindle Oasis will set you back AU$364 (opens in new tab) (down from AU$449), while 4G connectivity and 32GB storage will cost you AU$479 (opens in new tab) (down from AU$559).
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2021, 8GB) |
AU$239 AU$189 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
The lowest price we’ve seen on this Kindle Paperwhite was AU$167 during this year's official Black Friday sale, but a AU$50 discount ain't too shabby for this 6.8-inch ereader. It's an impressive overhaul from the older Paperwhite models, so if you missed out earlier, AU$189 is not a bad price to pay for a bigger screen, better battery and USB-C charging.
You can also get a Kindle Paperwhite with 16GB of storage for AU$209 (opens in new tab) (down from AU$259).
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition (2021, 32GB) |
AU$289 AU$239 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition comes with a few small perks over the regular model, but we don’t usually recommend it because of the higher price tag. However, it was down to just AU$199 for Black Friday, making it a highlight of the sale. Now, though, there's only a AU$50 discount – while nothing to write home about, it's still a discount.
Amazon Fire TV Cube |
AU$219 AU$159 (opens in new tab) (save AU$60)
The Cube is Amazon's flagship streaming device – it's most powerful one that can make your 4K stream look crisper still. This is a third-gen model but the first to come to Aussie shores, and it's just picked up its first discount. It connects to your TV via an HDMI cable – which you will need to buy separately – and houses all the streaming apps you might need. It's faster than the Fire TV Sticks, with Amazon promising less buffering when using the Cube.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max |
AU$99 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
Amazon's higher-end streaming stick has never been this cheap before! It's previous lowest price was AU$59. So don't spend a lot to upgrade your streaming experience on your older TV. Ultra HD, HDR, HDR10+, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support... it's all here, with Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. And an Alexa voice remote is included in the box.
Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite |
AU$59 AU$29 (opens in new tab) (save AU$30)
Amazon’s Fire TV Stick Lite is already a very affordable device that can cast from your phone or laptop to your TV, and add streaming apps on your not-so-smart television set. But a half-price discount makes it even better bargain. This streamer lets you instantly add streaming apps to any TV via an HDMI port. This has been available for a little over AU$23 at The Good Guys previously, but that offer is nowhere in sight at the time of writing.
Amazon Echo Dot (2022; 5th gen) |
AU$79 AU$59 (opens in new tab) (save AU$20)
The fifth-generation of Echo Dots arrived only in October this year, and they all good a great AU$30 discount for Black Friday. If you missed out, then there's still AU$20 off these excellent smart speakers. You'll have Alexa at your beck and call to help control smart home devices, tell you about the weather and stream some music too.
Amazon Echo Dot with Clock (2022; 5th gen) |
AU$99 AU$79 (opens in new tab) (save AU$20)
Identical to the 5th-generation Echo Dots, these little smart speakers just have an additional digital clock displayed on its side. These are perfect little Alexa speakers for the bedside (no cameras here), so you get the time, wake up with an alarm on time and do everything else that Alexa will let you. The 5th-gen Echo Dot with Clock was also released only in October.
Amazon Echo (2020; 4th gen) |
AU$149 AU$119 (opens in new tab) (save AU$30)
While the Echo Dot was down to its lowest price of AU$74 for Black Friday, we'd seen that number before. As disappointing as that was (we were hoping for a record low), the current 20% is even more disappointing. However, that's still 20% off the RRP. It's bigger in size as compared to the Echo Dots, so you do get bigger volume here, with Alexa's smarts of course.
Amazon Echo Dot (2020; 4th gen) |
AU$79 AU$39 (opens in new tab) (save AU$40)
While it might have been succeeded by an upgraded 5th-gen model (which is down to just AU$49), the 2020 edition of the Echo Dot is still a darn good little smart speaker. Sure, it's not as loud as the Echo that launched alongside it, but you get all the Alexa smarts you need. And at AU$39, it's a right steal! Available in two colours.
Want a smart speaker that's even cheaper? Consider the Echo Dot 3rd generation model, which is now just AU$19 (opens in new tab) apiece! This is the older puck-like design for the Echo Dot.
Amazon Echo Show 10 (2021; 3rd gen) |
AU$399 AU$299 (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)
There are cheaper smart displays around, but this one moves with you, which is rather handy if you're on a video call and pottering around the house. 10 inches of screen real estate to stream videos, control your smart home and even follow recipes step by step. While AU$249 was the best price for the Echo Show 10 ever, a 25% discount currently shaves a decent AU$100 off the asking price.
Amazon Echo Show 5 (2021; 2nd gen) |
AU$119 AU$59 (opens in new tab) (save AU$60)
If you’re tight on space and budget, the second-gen Echo Show 5 could be the smart display that fits just right. This display lets you control other smart home devices with Alexa, and lets you see whatever information it spits out, as well as hear it. This is the same price we saw over Black Friday last year and on Prime Day, but it is the lowest price it's been, ever. Available in three colour options.
Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) |
AU$199 AU$99 (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)
If you’ve got a little extra space to spare, you might consider moving up to an Echo Show 8. This smart display has an 8-inch screen, and it hits the sweet spot between size and functionality. It’s got a great camera for better video calls and a faster processor than its predecessor, but not the best audio quality or screen resolution. It's been AU$99 before, but it's never dipped below that from what we can remember. Available in two colour options.
Ring Video Doorbell 4 |
AU$319 AU$229 (opens in new tab) (save AU$90)
If you're an Alexa fan and would like to keep a sharp eye at who's at the door, this iconic doorbell gives you a live feed on your phone or Echo smart speaker when someone buzzes. This fourth-gen model even lets you get a 4-second colour video preview! Better Wi-Fi connectivity and improved battery life makes this a decent security option for your home.
Ring Video Doorbell + Echo Show 5|
AU$268 AU$178 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$90)
If you want to make the jump to a video doorbell, Ring is a solid option, specially if you already use Amazon devices. This combo bundles it with the Echo Show 5, which works as the chime and lets you check out who is at the door. Over the Black Friday weekend, this gadget bundle landed a massive 50% off at only AU$133. It has since jumped back up to AU$178, but that's still 33% off if you're interested in it.
Nintendo Switch + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 3 months Switch Online |
AU$469 AU$379 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$90
We've seen this great-value Nintendo Switch bundle show up at Amazon and other major retailers for big sales, and its returned again for Black Friday. It packs a neon red/blue console, a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe download code and three months of Nintendo Online to play games online, plus access to a library of retro Nintendo gems. The previous low was AU$399, so this is an even better deal and a new record.
Logitech G G923 Trueforce Racing Wheel |
AU$599 AU$435 (opens in new tab) (save AU$164)
This Black Friday deal will let you put the pedal to the metal, saving you 27% on the Logitech Trueforce Racing Wheel. Whether you have an Xbox or are playing on PC, this Logitech bundle integrates to elevate your driving sims to new levels and take you that one step further to dominating the race track. It was discounted by AU$200 earlier, but this ain't too bad either.
Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel |
AU$499 AU$335 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$164)
Get your PC or Xbox drive on with this Logitech driving wheel, which is currently 33% off (previously 41% off). The premium G920 gives force feedback, has customisable pedal and gives 900º of lock to lock rotation. There are a range of extra Logitech add-ons, such as shifters and mounts, so the G920 is ideal for building your own racing setup.
New Tales from the Borderlands (PS5) |
AU$79.95 AU$34 (opens in new tab) (save AU$45.95)
Only released a month ago, this latest entry into the Borderlands franchise's 'New Tales' graphic adventure spin-off series is a good opportunity for franchise fans to dive back into the humour and heart of Borderlands. Even being such a recent release you can find it here for a steal with a 39% discount attached.
Get New Tales from the Borderlands for your Nintendo Switch for AU$34 (opens in new tab).
NBA 2K23 (PS5) |
AU$119.95 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$70.95)
If you're an avid NBA fan, you know exactly what to expect from an NBA 2K game, mostly seeing only rosters change and graphics improve slightly year to year for new releases. Still, if you're one of the many people who want to stay up to date with your digital hooping, this savings opportunity is for you. That's especially true when you considering how unheard of it is to see an NBA 2K game land a discount greater than 50% less than three months from launch.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (PS5) |
AU$89.95 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50.95)
Star Wars fan? You're in luck! You can play your way through the entire Skywalker Saga on the PS5 for less than AU$50 thanks to this Black Friday deal, with the co-op option in this one making it possible for you to bring your best pal along for the ride! Starting with Phantom Menace and working your way to Rise of Skywalker in brick form, there's a lot of value and fun to be had here so don't be shy!
It's also on Nintendo Switch for AU$51 (opens in new tab).
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 (Switch) |
AU$79.95 AU$59 (opens in new tab) (save AU$20.95)
The Xenoblade Chronicles franchise might not capture the same level of mainstream attention as many of the other franchises that Nintendo publishes, but it would be safe to say that very few rival the consistency of Xenoblade. The franchise's third main instalment released earlier this year doesn't break this trend, as we even enjoyed it enough to give it a near-perfect review score.
Metroid Dread |
AU$79.95 AU$45 (opens in new tab) (save AU$34.95)
Metroid Dread was just AU$36 earlier this month, but the asking price has since increased to AU$45. We still think this is a good deal, but then again, we don't know if it'll become cheaper on Black Friday. If you're yet to play, Samus begins her mission stranded on an alien planet, stripped of her core abilities. You'll need to grow your arsenal over time, and face some challenging boss fights.
Super Mario Odyssey |
AU$79.95 AU$64 (opens in new tab) (save AU$15.95)
If there is any title on the Nintendo Switch that can rival Breath of the Wild for acclaim, it's Super Mario Odyssey. Even years removed from its initial release, Odyssey maintains its popularity and prestige, and for most of the year maintains a price to match.
Nintendo Switch Sports |
AU$69.95 AU$54 (opens in new tab) (save AU$14.95)
This game is a blast from the past, bringing the Nintendo Wii's Sports into the Switch era. You'll use your Joy-Con controllers to play six different sports, including soccer, as the game includes a leg strap so you can attach one to your leg. Now down to AU$54, which is 23% off.
The Last of Us Part 1 |
AU$124.95 AU$78 (opens in new tab) (save AU$46.95)
This remake arrived only in September and is more than a simple remaster. Developer Naughty Dog has taken the base game (and its story expansion), introduced accessibility features that were first found in the game's sequel and added PS5-specific features including 3D Audio and haptic feedback for the controller. The end result is an entirely new and improved to experience the groundbreaking PlayStation exclusive – and found here at a handy 38% discount.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla |
AU$99.95 AU$28 (opens in new tab) (save AU$71.95)
Whether you're loyal to the Assassin's Creed franchise or you're starting fresh, it's hard to ignore the 72% discount here. The series' take on vikings in this most-recent instalment will keep you busy for many dozens of hours, and it looks gorgeous too: you've never seen London like this.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart |
AU$124.95 AU$57 (opens in new tab) (save AU$67.95)
Ratchet and Clank's PS5 debut shows the duo haven't lost any of their trademark spark. A fun and accessible romp with stunning visuals that will appeal to young and old, Rift Apart offers plenty of value even before taking into account this whopping 54% discount.
Gran Turismo 7|
AU$124.95 AU$57 (opens in new tab) (save AU$67.95)
As PlayStation's marquee racing franchise, gamers have high expectations when it comes to new Gran Turismo titles and this latest addition doesn't disappoint – our review (opens in new tab) calls this one "the best PS5 exclusive yet". A bit extreme? Find out for yourself by taking advantage of this 54% discount.
Sniper Elite 5 |
AU$99.95 AU$59 (opens in new tab) (save AU$40.95)
The Sniper Elite series has to be one of the most underrated stealth action games going around. If Agent 47 was more of a shooty fellow, you're getting warm. Or, if someone made a World War 2 themed Splinter Cell, then you've very closely nailed it. This 41% discount makes it well worth a punt.
Star Ocean: The Divine Force |
AU$99.95 AU$59 (opens in new tab) (save AU$40.95)
This sci-fi action JRPG has a gorgeous and colourful art style, which – depending on your taste – is slightly undermined by its staunchly old school take on the genre. Of course, that will be a tick next to its name for some. This is one of those breezy and colourful games that is perfect for the holiday period.
AU$124.95 AU$62.50 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$62.45)
This sci-fi roguelike takes no prisoners and is guaranteed to frustrate you more than once with how challenging it is, but the stunning visuals, alluring story and gorgeous soundtrack make this one of the best PS5 exclusives we've seen yet. You can grab this one with a 50% discount (or alternatively sign up for PlayStation Plus Extra or Premium to play it for free).
Demon's Souls |
AU$124.95 AU$62.50 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$62.45)
Just like the PS5 version of The Last of Us above, this remake of FromSoftware's first entry into the Souls series is an entire rebuild of the original. Whether you're familiar with or new to "Soulsborne" games, Demon's Souls is a challenging, but thrillingly rewarding PS5-exclusive. It's also managed to land a 50% discount and is well worth taking a chance on.
The Callisto Protocol (PS5) |
AU$99.95 AU$85 (opens in new tab) (save AU$15)
There’s a few AAA games coming out at the tail end of 2022 that are attracting a lot of hype, but very few look as good as The Callisto Protocol. A month away from its release date, it’s currently got a 15% price cut. Considering Amazon’s pre-order price guarantee, taking advantage is no-risk and your best chance of getting the lowest price on the day of its launch.
Seagate FireCuda 530 1TB Internal SSD with Heatsink |
AU$299 AU$233.35 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$65.65)
Considered one of the best SSDs also compatible with the PS5, this deal comes via Amazon UK, so make sure you've checked and are happy with the estimated delivery time before hitting the checkout.
The larger 2TB FireCuda 530 with heatsink (opens in new tab) also lands a discount with an even greater percentage off if you need more storage, but it is a premium and pricey option.
Phones & Accessories
Samsung Galaxy A53 |
AU$699 AU$537 (opens in new tab) (save AU$162)
Save AU$162 on this Samsung handset. The Galaxy A series is great for the budget conscious and comes with a great camera array, including a 32MP front-facing optic. You're also getting a 120Hz refresh rate, IP67 water resistance, a 5,000mAh battery, 25W fast charging and 5G connectivity.
Belkin BoostCharge Pro 4-Port GaN Charger 108W|
AU$129.95 AU$90 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$39.95)
Do you need serious PD spec USB power to charge your devices? Then this quality Belkin wall charger at 31% off is for you. It can output up to 108W across two USB-C ports, and two USB-A ports. That is apportioned at up to 96W from a single USB-C port, or 65W and 30W if both the USB-C ports are in use. The USB-A ports share 12W. Note it does not support PPS. The charger measures in at a pretty compact 31.5mm x 80mm x 98.5mm, and uses a removable figure 8 charging cable.
Belkin BoostCharge 37W PPS PD|
AU$39.95 AU$28 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$11.95)
With both a USB-C and USB-A port, this little Belkin charger 30% off and ideal for juicing up multiple gadgets at the same time. With PD and PPS spec, it can charge from the USB-C port at up to 25W, while the USB-A port can do 12W. Keep in mind it is 9V max output, so won't charge a laptop, but is ideal for phones and tablets.
Romoss 20,000 mAh 50W PD Power Bank|
AU$79.99 AU$62.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$17)
While the Romoss 50W, 20,000 mAh power bank is usually sold for well under the above RRP, this is still a decent deal. A key advantage is the power banks PD spec USB-C output, which gives the ability to charge a laptop at up to 45W, while still charging other devices at the same time. It doesn't support PPS though, so Samsung phone owners might want to look elsewhere.
Charmast Mini 10,400 mAh PD 20W Power Bank|
AU$39.99 AU$26.20 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$13.80)
At 34% off on Amazon for Black Friday, this power bank is a pretty good. It has a 10,000 mAh capacity, USB-C and dual USB-A, supports Power Delivery up to 20W, or QC3.0 fast charging at 18W. No PPS support for fast charging Samsung devices, but that is no surprise at this price. The Charmast Mini is also very compact, and great for slipping into a pocket or bag.
Tablets & ereaders
iPad 10.2 (2021, 256GB, Wi-Fi) |
AU$1,029 AU$929 (opens in new tab) (save AU$70)
This discount is only 10% off, but there really aren't any great iPad deals this year, most likely due to stock issues. But if you've been holding out, then you can still save a little on this 10.2-inch slate powered by the A13 Bionic chip. If you can do without all the bells and whistles of the Pro range, it’s a neat slate for everyday browsing, app gaming and even video calling. There's 256GB storage on board and there's Cellular connectivity in case you need it for work on the go.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE (5G, 64GB, Black) |
AU$979 AU$847 (opens in new tab) (save AU$132)
While the S8 series of Galaxy Tabs are now the ultimate Samsung slates, don't ignore the previous iteration. This S7 FE model is essentially the 'lite' version, but doesn't really skimp on the features. A 12.4-inch screen, a Snapdragon 750 chipset, a whopping 10,090mAh battery and 45W fast charging are all packed in. There's an 13% discount right now on the LTE edition with 5G connectivity. We saw it receive a greater discount earlier in the week, but a saving is a saving.
Headphones & speaker
UE Wonderboom 3 |
AU$149.95 AU$99 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$50.95)
Don't be fooled by its small size, the UE Wonderboom 3 offers some big sound. There's 35% off a few of the colourways for this speaker, which we consider one of the best Bluetooth speakers that'll makes a great Christmas gift for yourself or a friend under AU$100.
Beats Studio3 |
AU$499.95 AU$299 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$200.95)
Offering a stylish design and the ability to fold, the Beats Studio3 wireless headphones are on sale for AU$299. That's a huge 40% off this pair of cans that offer ANC, up to 40 hours of battery life and the Apple W1 headphone chip to give these headphones a solid wireless performance.
Bose QuietComfort 45 |
AU$499 AU$339 (opens in new tab) (save AU$160)
The Bose QuietComfort 45 are a strong successor to the incredibly popular Bose QC 35 II, and they carry fantastic noise cancellation. As the name suggests, they’re comfortable to wear for long periods of time too. This deal gets you a very generous AU$160 off, making this the best-ever price on these cans. Available in Black (opens in new tab) and White Smoke (opens in new tab).
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 |
AU$599 AU$419 (opens in new tab) (save AU$180)
Class-leading noise cancellation in a stylish form factor – that’s the Bose 700 headphones. However, we're a little disappointed in the price. These have dropped to AU$330 previously, so it's not the lowest price. Still, it's a good bargain for one of the best wireless over-ears. Available in Black (opens in new tab) and Silver (opens in new tab).
Sony WF-1000XM4 |
AU$449 AU$298 (opens in new tab) (save AU$151)
Sony's outstanding noise cancelling wireless earbuds are at their lowest price within the last year (albeit only just so). Not just adept at blocking out external sounds, Sony's wireless 'buds sound pretty fantastic too, so much so, we deemed them to be the best in-ear wireless headphones of 2021. The discount applies to both the black and silver colour options too.
JBL Clip 4 Ultra |
AU$90 AU$68 (opens in new tab) (save AU$22)
This pint-sized Bluetooth speaker packs quite the punch. Its handy built-in carabiner will let you carry it wherever you want to take it, and you'll get up to 10 hours of playback. It's IPX7 rated too, so it won't shy away from water either. And at just AU$68 a pop, it's a good buy for a portable speaker.
Sennheiser Over Ear Wireless Headphones HD 350BT, White |
AU$199 AU$138 (opens in new tab) (save AU$61)
These Sennheiser HD 350BT not only look great, they also come with Senny's great audio offerings. There's currently a neat 31% discount attached to these cans, which is , sadly, less than where it was in lead up to the big sale (there was a 35% discount earlier).
Apple AirPods Pro |
AU$399 AU$332.20 (opens in new tab) (save AU$66.80)
The price of Apple's first generation AirPods Pro have been fluctuation ever since Amazon's big sale started. It was down to AU$298, then AU$295, and now it's only AU$66 off. So if you've been keen on getting these ANC buds, you better be quick before this price disappears again.
Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Buds 2 |
AU$499 AU$225.10 (opens in new tab) (save AU$273.90)
This is one of our picks of the best true wireless buds you can buy right now and it's absolutely is worth it, with great sound, support for hi-res audio and decent battery life. We did see them at AU$189 recently, but this particular listing is on an Amazon Warehouse product – meaning the packaging could be damaged. If you're comfortable with that, this is a great buy.
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Ultimate Ears Boom 3 |
AU$229 AU$148 (opens in new tab) (save AU$81)
Take the party with you anywhere you go with the Ultimate Ears Boom 3 Bluetooth speaker. This speaker is also waterproof and has powerful sound all packed into a light and portable design. If you want to blast your favourite tunes by the pool, you can currently pick one up for AU$148, which is AU$3 more than what it's been recently.
JBL Live Pro 2 |
AU$199.95 AU$148 (opens in new tab) (save AU$51.95)
Looking for an alternative to the Apple AirPods? The JBL Live Pro 2 is a more than capable option. You get good sound quality from these buds, which come across clear despite JBL's focus on bass. Adaptive noise cancellation is good too, and the IPX5 water resistant rating is great for gym goers. They're also on offer here at a 26% discount, what's not to like?
Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro |
AU$349 AU$269 (opens in new tab) (save AU$80)
While Samsung still has a way to go before it can catch up with the audio giants like Sony and Bose with its true wireless buds, the Buds2 Pro are the best yet from the South Korean electronics giant. Decent ANC and improved sound quality over the previous model, plus a small footprint, and you're looking at a great choice for Samsung users.
Yaber Wi-Fi Mini Portable Projector |
AU$219.99 AU$149 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$70.99)
If all you're looking for is a way to watch content that's portable and without all the latest bells and whistles (or price) attached, getting your hands on a projector can be a savvy, cost effective purchase. That's especially true if you're willing to take advantage of the AU$70 voucher available, which will get you the Yaber Wi-Fi Mini Projector with a projector screen included.
Yamaha ATS-1090 sound bar |
AU$349 AU$185 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$164)
There's a total saving of AU$185 off the Yamaha ATS-1090 sound bar on Amazon currently. With inbuilt Alexa voice control and Bluetooth connectivity so you can change settings directly from your phone, this slim and sleek sound bar will slot into any home theatre setup so you can immerse yourself in your favourite movies and TV shows.
Google Chromecast (3rd gen) |
AU$59 AU$37 (opens in new tab) (save AU$22)
Save a massive 37% off this streaming device. While you won’t get a 4K streaming resolution, it will give you access to the Google Play store on your TV so you can access all the streaming apps you need. You’ll also be able to cast from your phone, tablet or laptop with this little dongle.
NVIDIA Shield 4K Media Player|
AU$249.95 AU$198 (opens in new tab) (save AU$51)
While not exactly cheap at the best of times, 21% off the 4K Nvidia Shield is very welcome. This 4K shield has been cheaper before (was 25% off for Black Friday), but a great deal for those who needs its specific feature set, such as GeForce Now. Check out our review for all the info.
Yamaha ATS-2090 |
AU$499 AU$399 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)
An affordable home audio choice from a quality brand, the Yamaha ATS-2090 is an TV soundbar that offers half-decent performance at a seriously reduced price. Unlike the cheaper but still excellent ATS-1090 (opens in new tab), the ATS-2090 includes a subwoofer for thumping bass. A good option if you want to upgrade your TV sound but don’t oodles to spend, the Yamaha ATS-2090 soundbar is now discounted by AU$100 – it was half price earlier.
Bose Smart Soundbar 700 |
AU$1,199 AU$899 (opens in new tab) (save AU$300)
This classy Bose smart soundbar features Google Assistant and Alexa support. It was on sale with a hefty 44% discount, but that's gone now, leaving behind a 25% discount instead. Still a very good way to beef up the sound over the basic speakers offered by most TVs. You can stream music services and content directly from your phone too.
Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar Max |
AU$3,999.95 AU$3,190 (opens in new tab) (save AU$809.95)
OK, we know this is a super expensive soundbar, but you're getting your money's worth here. Our colleagues over at What Hi-Fi? have give this a 5-star review (opens in new tab) and we trust them – they are the experts on all things audio after all! And that's despite it flaw of fussy positioning (its ports aren't the best placed), but beautiful sound with excellent 3D surround effects more than makes up for it.
Philips Hue White Ambiance E27 starter kit |
AU$159.95 AU$119 (opens in new tab) (save AU$40.95)
If you've been keen on dipping your feet into smart lighting, Philips Hue's starter kits are a good place to begin as they're more economical than buying individual bulbs. The Hue system is easy to use, but note that this starter kit is an older model and specifically for Edison screw holders. In the box are two bulbs and the Hue Bridge, and you can add up to 50 bulbs per Bridge eventually.
Smartwatches & fitness trackers
Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 |
AU$139 AU$99 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$40)
While you'll need to pair this device with a phone to have it work, the Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 offers a fun way to encourage your kid to remain active. With great activity tracking and a swimproof design, only the blue one is discounted by AU$40.
Garmin Forerunner 245 Music |
AU$579 AU$319 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$260)
As Garmin's entry-level running watch, the Forunner 245 still gives you a good insight to how you're tracking performance wise without the complex data from more premium offerings. You can also load some music from a some streaming services too and it's currently only half price in two of the colour options (though the black one is slightly more expensive currently.
Apple Watch 7 (GPS+Cellular, 41mm, Green) |
AU$749 AU$548 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$201)
The Apple Watch 7 is down to its lowest price yet, with the best discount (27% off) on the Green aluminium version of the 41mm GPS+Cellular model. Compared to the Series 8, it really only lacks a temperature sensor and crash detection, but packs all the exercise tracking, ECG, Apple Pay and fitness-tracking treats you'd expect.
Other Apple Watch 7 models are at least 15% off:
• Apple Watch 7 (41mm, GPS, Green):
AU$599 AU$498 (opens in new tab)
• Apple Watch 7 (45mm, GPS, Green):
AU$649 AU$548 (opens in new tab)
Fitbit Charge 5 |
AU$269 AU$189 (opens in new tab) (save AU$80)
We think the Fitbit Charge 5 is extremely impressive, as it brings together all of Fitbit’s best features into one activity tracker. It’s got onboard GPS, an electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor for measuring stress, contactless payments, sleep tracking and excellent heart rate monitoring.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 |
AU$499 AU$298 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$201)
This watch is for those who want to see what ultra athletes get out of their smartwatches. This Garmin is a like a 'lite' version of those full-featured wearables. If you scored one during Black Friday, you would have saved AU$225 off, but while it's not as much of a discount, you can still grab one with a saving of just over AU$200. The Vivoactive 4 is offers more accessibility in terms of its feature set for the average user.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 (40mm, Bluetooth) |
AU$499 AU$397 (opens in new tab) (save AU$80)
If you were already in the market for a quality smartwatch to pair with your Android phone, there’s a chance you’re already considering this solid option. Our review found the main drawback is its one-day battery life, but otherwise it's a great choice.
Garmin Instinct |
AU$399 AU$291.50 (opens in new tab) (save AU$106.50)
There's a small chance there'll be better Garmin deals on Amazon when the online retailer kicks off its official Black Friday sale, but this 27% discount ain't bad if you're after a rugged outdoor watch. The Instinct has already been succeeded by the Instinct 2, but the first-gen is still a great wearable.
Garmin Fenix 6S |
AU$999 AU$499 (opens in new tab) (save AU$500)
At half price, this amazing multi-sport smartwatch is a great buy. It's one of the best an athlete can get, with measurements for VO2 Max included. We're big fans of this watch here at TechRadar, and this discount can't be missed.
Need more bells and whistles? The Garmin Fenix 6S Pro is 44% off (opens in new tab), now just AU$645.
• See more Garmin deals on Amazon: up to 50% off (opens in new tab)
Fujifilm X-H2 (body only) |
AU$3,399 AU$2,496 (opens in new tab) (save AU$903)
It's the world's first 40MP APS-C format camera and it's claim to fame does not stop there. It supports 8K video capture at 30fps in 10 bit 4:2:2 colour too. An excellent viewfinder, image stabilisation and up to 20fps bursts round up the features. Oh, and then there's superb subject tracking too. The lowest price we can find at the time of writing comes from Amazon.
Canon EOS R6 (body only) |
AU$4,329 AU$3,117 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,212)
Right now, this is the best price on Canon's mid-range speedster and, while the discount isn't as high as it seems – Amazon's original list price is the RRP Canon set at launch, but it retails for less now – this is a darn good price. This camera's 20MP sensor resolution may be a bit on the low side for some users, but it is fast and accurate.
Canon EOS R7 (body only) |
AU$2,299 AU$1,751 (opens in new tab) (save AU$548)
Canon's new APS-C camera can outpace more advanced models like the R5 and R3 and costs a fraction! It gets the same autofocus prowess as these pro cameras. 32MP on tap, up to 30fps bursts and dual memory card slots, plus a great discount.
Nikon Z6 II (body only) |
AU$3,599 AU$2,683 (opens in new tab) (save AU$916)
It might be a minor upgrade from the original Z6, but this 24.5MP full-framer is a very capable all-rounder on its own accord. Admittedly competition from Sony and Canon has overshadowed the Z6 II, but if you are a Nikon fan, this is a good enthusiast- to advanced-level shooter.
Prefer a kit? Save 27% on Amazon on the Z6 II + Z 24-70mm f.4 S kit (opens in new tab), now just AU$3,483 (down from AU$4,599).
Nikon Z7 II (body only) |
AU$5,599 AU$4,183 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,416)
Currently available for a little over four grand at other camera retailers, this 45.7MP full-frame snapper has got a pretty good markdown on Amazon. 25% off the list price on a high-res mirrorless is competitive. However, with Canon back to competing in terms of specs and performance in the full-frame sector, this camera might feel a little lacklustre in comparison, but it is cheaper and produces excellent results.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV (body only) |
AU$4,299 AU$2,766 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,500)
This is an excellent price on Canon's most popular DSLR, as it's the best price it's ever been on Amazon that we can find. It comes with a 30MP sensor, which is still going strong despite its age. We gave it five stars in our review, so trust that it's a great choice for enthusiasts. Do note that it's coming from a third party seller on Amazon.
Canon EOS R (body only) |
AU$2,775 AU$1,849.20 after cashback (opens in new tab) (save AU$925.80)
This is Canon's first ever full-framer – it handles great, comes with top-notch autofocus and a decent electronic viewfinder, but its 30MP sensor is ageing a little. It's already well discounted on Amazon, but if you take advantage of Canon's cashback offer, you can save an additional AU$150 via redemption before December 18.
Canon EOS 90D (body only) |
AU$1,969 AU$1,381 after cashback (opens in new tab) (save AU$588)
This feature-packed Canon DSLR is selling for around AU$1,899 at competing retailers, but Amazon has slashed the price by a very generous 27%. Plus there's an additional AU$50 in cashback to be redeemed from Canon by December 18. At this low price, this 32.5MP DSLR is a right steal!
Panasonic Lumix GH6 (body only) |
AU$3,699 AU$2,689 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,010)
If you're a videographer or want to get into videography, this micro four thirds marvel is just beyond good! It's video spec sheet just goes on for miles. And for a camera that was announced in February this year, we really weren't expect this discount at this time. There's really no guarantee that this price will drop further later in the month, so if this camera is what you need, we'd recommend snapping it up right now. Amazon has now dropped its price with over a grand off.
Fujifilm X-T5 (body only; black) |
AU$3,199 AU$2,689 (opens in new tab) (save AU$510)
For a camera that's just been announced – like earlier in November – this is a massive discount! And it's worth every penny, with Fujifilm evolving the X-T line to meet hybrid demands. There's 40.2MP on tap and its ability to shoot 6.2K/30p video is a huge leap for the range. It's small, light and oh-so-compact.
Nikon Z fc + 16-50mm VR + 50-250mm VR lenses |
AU$2,049 AU$1,607.95 (opens in new tab) (save AU$441.05)
If you want a small travel camera with serious retro oomph, then we'd highly recommend the Nikon Z fc. It exudes old-world charm without compromising on performance. This two-lens kit is perfect for anyone getting a brand-new camera as it sets you up for any eventuality, offering a whole load of versatility to your camera bag.
Nikon Z30 + Nikkor 16-50mm lens |
AU$1,349 AU$999.95 (opens in new tab) (save AU$349.05)
Nikon's cheapest Z-series camera has got a massive discount, bringing it down to just a three-figure price point – unheard off! But don't be fooled by that price tag because you are getting far more than what you actually pay for. This entry-level camera has some pretty advanced features.
Polaroid Now I-Type |
AU$229.95 AU$183.95 (opens in new tab) (save AU$48)
Polaroid was the company that made instant prints all the rage, and now there are Polaroid cameras that do much more. Like this Now I-Type instant camera, which features autofocus so you don't get bad shots, let's you experiment with double exposures for creative results and is available in several fun colours. However, only the black option has this 20% discount on Amazon. There are a range of discounts across the other colours, but black is the cheapest.
Samsung EVO Plus 256GB microSD cards with adapter |
AU84.95 AU$44 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$41)
While all storage capacities are discounted, we'd recommend opting for a 256GB card if you usually go click-happy. It's the sweet spot in our opinion. And Samsung's Evo microSDs have up to 130Mb/s transfer speeds, which should suit the average photographer. And since these come with an adapter, getting a microSD card for your camera shouldn't be an issue at all.
PC components & peripheral
Jabra Speak 510 Portable Bluetooth Speakerphone |
AU$179 AU$128 (opens in new tab) (save AU$51)
A handy speakerphone and microphone, the Jabra Speak can amplify meetings and calls across 360-degrees from your PC, tablet or smartphone, and is designed to instantly connect to Microsoft Teams. It has a built-in battery with a talk time of up to 15 hours and a standby time of up to 4 days. Jabra claims its standout feature is the clarity of its audio when amplifying voices.
Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard |
AU$79 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$30)
One of the outright best travel keyboards you can buy, the Logitech K380 was already good value at AU$79 in our opinion. It was half price for Black Friday, but we think this 38% is still a great bargain. With it, you can connect to three devices simultaneously via Bluetooth and improve productivity using the four hotkeys.
HyperX Cloud II Wireless gaming headset |
AU$299 AU$170.65 (opens in new tab)(save AU$128.35)
The Hyper X Cloud II was usurped by the Razer BlackShark V2 as one of the best headsets available, but it is still a very good option with 30 hours battery life, 7.1 surround sound and a a detachable mic. You can currently save AU$128 off this handset in some early Black Friday bargains from Amazon.
Razer BlackShark V2 X Headset|
AU$104 AU$64 (opens in new tab) (save AU$40)
OK, so the RRP here is not what the BlackShark V2 is typically sold at, and it's usually around the AU$68 mark. Still, being on sale for AU$47 means 30% off the normal price, which is a solid saving. The V2 X is a quality, but basic, wired headset, and great for gaming.
If you want the BlackShark V2 with the USB Soundcard, then it's also on sale from Amazon, for $AU74.10 (opens in new tab).
HyperX QuadCast S streaming microphone |
AU$299 AU$218.10 (opens in new tab) (save AU$80.90)
The QuadCast S is a great microphone for gaming and streaming, especially for its lavish RGB stylings. The QuadCast S excels with its mic as well. It's easy to use, has a touch-sensitive mute button, built-in shock mount, and 20Hz-20kHz frequency response and it can all be yours with a saving over AU$90 off it's regular price (31% off).
Logitech MX Anywhere 3 (Grey) |
AU$129.95 AU$85 (opens in new tab) (save AU$52)
We haven’t tested this exact mouse for ourselves, but we’re highlighting it here because this is the lowest price we’ve seen. Plus, one of our colleagues currently uses the MX Anywhere 2 that came before it and is a big fan. It’s wireless, compact and can connect to multiple devices at once. Discounts only apply to grey and pink options.
Prism+ 27-inch PG270 Ultra LCD monitor (3840 x 2160, 144Hz, IPS panel) |
AU$1,399 AU$879 (opens in new tab) (save AU$520 with checkout voucher)
Our colleagues at PC Gamer did a full review on the Prism+ PG270 Ultra LCD monitor (opens in new tab), and it’s a great gaming option at this price. It comes with a great set of inputs, high quality stand, good responsiveness and colour reproduction, so you’ll be fully immersed with this 27-inch 4K gaming monitor. Just make sure to add the coupon at checkout to score this bargain.
Razer Basilisk X wireless gaming mouse |
AU$109.95 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$60.95)
We found the Basilisk X gaming mouse to be a fantastic choice for gamers in our 2020 review thanks to its long-lasting battery and great performance. You’ll need to supply your own AA batteries for this one though, but that just means you should be able to use this wireless mouse for longer as the integrated batteries are normally the first thing to go.
AMD Ryzen 7 5700X |
AU$440 AU$309 (opens in new tab) (save AU$131)
Our colleagues at PC Gamer (opens in new tab) weren’t especially sold on the AMD Ryzen 7 5700X at its original price point, especially as it doesn’t come bundled with a cooler. Though at a 30% discount the appeal changes a little bit, particularly if you’re looking to add to an existing AM4 motherboard where this processor will get its best chance to shine.
Samsung T7 Portable SSD (1TB) |
AU$209 AU$143 (opens in new tab) (save AU$66)
If you’re looking to add a serious speed boost to your go-to gadget, you could do a hell of a lot worse than the Samsung T7 1TB SSD, found here with a generous discount. Compatible with PC, Mac, Android, gaming consoles and more, there’s a lot of value in this small package. We did see this SSD cheaper before, but this is still a good saving.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse |
AU$279 AU$169 (opens in new tab) (save AU$110)
One of the best wireless and lightweight gaming mouse, according to our friends at PC Gamer (opens in new tab). Not only is it lightweight (only 63 grams!) it's also comfortable and has an accurate CPI sensor. There's no DPI switch though, and it only comes in a right-handed variant at the moment. The price above is for the black version.
Logitech G915 Lightspeed wireless mechanical keyboard |
AU$399 AU$252 (opens in new tab) (save AU$147)
A superstar wireless gaming keyboard, offering lag-free wireless, brilliant battery life, and low-profile mechanical switches. As per usual with Logitech gear it's tastefully understated, though you can give it a more hectic look with some RGB stylings.. This AU$147 discount makes now an opportune time to grab one, though obviously it still ain't an impulse buy.
Miele Triflex HX1 3-in-1 |
AU$799 AU$499 (opens in new tab) (save AU$300)
While we haven’t reviewed this particular model on TechRadar, we were impressed by the similar Miele Triflex HX1 Cat & Dog vacuum. There’s three different configurations in Miele’s first cordless vacuum: one for everyday cleaning, one compact and one for maximum reach. The white colour was down to AU$407 for Black Friday itself, but that's now sadly sold out. You can still save a nice AU$300 on the red colour however, and it's definitely worth that price.
Black + Decker 18V Lithium-ion Pivot Dustbuster |
AU$129 AU$59 (opens in new tab) (save AU$70)
If you live in an apartment, a small unit or you’re Harry Potter living under the stairs, you might not have a lot of room to spare for storing a vacuum. This handheld dustbuster from Black + Decker is an interesting option, now coming with a whopping 55% discount. Note that we haven’t reviewed this handheld vac, but online user reviews are highly positive.
De'Longhi La Specialista Prestigio |
AU$1,349 AU$799 (opens in new tab) (save AU$550)
Want to master the art of making the perfect coffee for yourself, the family and friends? Only a manual machine like this De'Longhi can let you do that. Admittedly it's possible to get a Breville model for less during Black Friday, but it would be remiss of us to not mention this alternative. You can control the grind, dose and temperature for your perfect brew.
Toy & hobbies
Lego Ideas Sesame Street Building Set |
AU$199.99 AU$155 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$45)
Learn your ABCs and come on down to Seasame Street with this fantastic 1,364-piece Lego set. Coming with an array of minifigures from some of the most memorable characters including Elmo, Oscar, Big Bird and more, you'll be able to build this colourful set for only AU$155 – a saving of 22% off.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man Venom Mask |
AU$99.99 AU$71.20 (opens in new tab) (save AU$27.79)
This 565 piece set will have you building Venom's head, that you can then either display or destroy and rebuild over and over again. Coming with a name plaque so you'll never forget the character, there's currently a saving of 29% off this Lego set following Black Friday.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes The Guardians’ Ship |
AU$249.99 AU$183.20 (opens in new tab) (save AU$66.79)
Save over AU$60 off this Lego set. With 1,901 pieces, you can build the Guardians of the Galaxy's ship to travel through space in style. Packed with six minifigures, one for each of the Guardians and Thor and a fun easter egg built in, there's a total saving of 27% off this set currently.
GHD Platinum+ hair straightener |
AU$399.95 AU$316 (opens in new tab) (save AU$83.99)
There might be cheaper hair straighteners on the market but this Platinum+ model promises to get your hair whipped into shape in no time at all while maintaining a constant temperature of 185º. It can also recognise your hair type and adjust to your specific needs behind the scenes. Now 20% off on Amazon on Black (opens in new tab) and White (opens in new tab) colour options.
GHD Unplugged cordless straightener |
AU$495 AU$396 (opens in new tab) (save AU$99)
GHD is known for making some of the best hair straighteners, but this Unplugged model, as the name suggests, is great as it's cordless. It has some competition from a few brands, but we love the GHD Unplugged because it's compact, easy to use and looks really good too. Its prowess comes at a steep price though, but this 20% discount makes it a great alternative to the Dyson Corrale.
Oral-B Pro 2000 (with travel case) |
AU$179 AU$89 (opens in new tab) (save AU$90)
AU$90 for a reliable electric toothbrush is a great deal if you ask us. It might not have all the bells and whistles of Oral-B's higher-end models, but if you've been stepping into electric toothbrush territory for the first time, this is a great buy.
Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 9900 Prestige |
AU$499 AU$374 (opens in new tab) (save AU$125)
While there are cheaper electric toothbrush deals to be had right now, this particular model actually has the smart to sense your unique brushing style and auto-adjust the speed of the brush head. Available in two colours for 25% off.
Amazon Cyber Monday deals: FAQ
When will Amazon Cyber Monday deals start in 2022?
Amazon Cyber Monday deals have already started, with the official date being November 28. You can find the Amazon Cyber Monday sale live now (opens in new tab) across a range of categories, products and brands.
What Amazon Cyber Monday deals do we expect to see in 2022?
We're expecting the best Amazon Cyber Monday deals to be on the retailer's own range of devices, with plenty of lowest-ever prices to browse through. Some of Amazon's products have been on the virtual shelf for some time now, and we expect to see big savings on the likes of the fourth generation Echo Dot smart speaker, Fire TV Sticks and Echo Show devices.
Last year, leading headphones such as the Sony WH-1000XM4 saw discounts on Cyber Monday, even though they were only released in August that year. We'd expect to see more generous savings on these headphones this year.
So what else? Fitbit and Garmin are always popular at Amazon on Cyber Monday and usually receive big price cuts. We're also expecting great deals on the Nintendo Switch to be at Amazon again this year too. But Amazon dabbles in just about any gadget you can think of – there will be thousands of discounts across the store.
How can I get the best Amazon Cyber Monday deals on the day?
When it comes to Cyber Monday, it's all about playing the long game and executing patience. November will see the launch of thousands of offers, but we know from previous years that Amazon will save some of the best Cyber Monday deals for the day itself.
It's important to act fast when something you're after goes down to a tempting price. In some instances, stock may be limited – we regularly see shortages on popular gaming consoles such as the Nintendo Switch. If you like to add things to your basket and wait to see if the price will drop again, just be aware that it's a risk – you could lose out entirely on a great-value Amazon Cyber Monday deal.
It's also worth noting that while Amazon tends to price match with other retailers, there could be cheaper prices for some products elsewhere. It's worth checking out the latest eBay Cyber Monday deals and Cyber Monday TV deals to see what other retailers have on offer, potentially at a lower price.
On the plus side, you don't have to leave your sofa to find the best Amazon Cyber Monday deals. Simply bookmark this page, sit back and relax, and we'll bring the most exciting offers on the day.