Amazon Cyber Monday deals 2023: last chance to shop bargains across a wide range

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Cyber Monday might be over, but Amazon AU's sale continues as Black Friday all the way until December 4. To help with your deal hunting, we've collated a list of all the best Amazon Black Friday deals that are still live.


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Black Friday isn't the end of the November deals season! Amazon Australia has extended its sale and we're still rounding up all the best Amazon Black Friday discounts in one place. Don't miss these top bargains that are still available!

Amazon's Cyber Monday sale is pretty much non-existent. Instead, the online retail giant is having an extended Black Friday sale, so you still have a chance to save. To take a look at all the best tech and appliance offers available to shop, head over to our dedicated coverage of the Amazon Black Friday sale in Australia.

The good news is you don't need to be a Prime member to shop on Amazon during Cyber Monday, but it could help maximise your savings with exclusive offers, plus free and fast shipping. Note that during big sales, Amazon usually ships items after the sale has ended, so expect shipping to begin November 29 even on Prime eligible items. f you've never tried the service, you can sign up now and get a 30-day free trial that covers this sale – cancel before your trial ends and you won't pay anything extra.

10 best Amazon Cyber Monday deals still available

Cyber Monday is officially over, but the sales aren't! Our best Amazon Black Friday deals hub has over 120+ great discounts you can still snag. Here's a small sampling of some of our favourites:

Fire TV Stick 4K (2023) |AU$79AU$34

Fire TV Stick 4K (2023) | AU$79 AU$34 (save AU$45)

The difference between the 4K Max (listed above) and the second-generation Fire TV Stick 4K is academic. The difference is essentially in the processors, which makes the 4K Max a little faster than the standard 4K. Even that performance difference isn't a lot, so if that's not going to bother you, getting this for AU$34 is arguably the better deal.

Echo Pop AU$79AU$29

Echo Pop | AU$79 AU$29 (save AU$50)

The Echo Pop is down to a super low price of AU$29, which is a massive 63% off. It's Amazon's simplest smart speaker, with a compact size that makes it perfect to slot into small spaces. With Alexa built in and ready to take on your commands, you’ll be listening to tunes and setting timers and alarms without having to whip out your phone.

Kindle Scribe (16GB) with Basic PenAU$549AU$437

Kindle Scribe (16GB) with Basic Pen | AU$549 AU$437 (save AU$112)

A AU$112 discount is better than what  by we saw during the second Prime Day sale in October AU$2 – good value if you want a 10-inch ereader that is our pick of the best ereader with the most luxurious experience. This is the base model, featuring 16GB of onboard storage and ships with the Basic Pen, and Amazon has been slowly and steadily improving its writing features. You also have the option to upgrade to 32GB or 64GB storage options with the Premium Pen, all scoring a AU$112 saving as well.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (512GB)AU$2,249from AU$1,748

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (512GB) | AU$2,249 from AU$1,748 (save up to AU$501)

With S Pen for better productivity, a 200MP camera, a topnotch display, great battery life and more, you can get the 6.8-inch S23 Ultra in the 512GB storage for AU$501 off in the green (prices of the other colours have gone up since). That's a much better discount than what we saw in the lead up to the Black Friday sale, so now would be a good time to buy.

Need less storage? You can pick up the 256GB model for AU$1,447.

Bose QuietComfort Ultra EarbudsAU$449.95AU$359.96

Bose QuietComfort Ultra Earbuds | AU$449.95 AU$359.96 (save AU$89.90)

There was a 14% discount on Bose's latest edition of its true wireless noise-cancelling buds in the lead up to Black Friday and now it's 20% off, making this a sensational price on a pair of noise-cancelling earbuds that were only released in September this year. While they're not a huge upgrade over the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II, there is a new feature called Immersive Audio on board that makes a huge different if you like your music 'surrounding' you.

2022 Apple Watch SE (40mm, GPS+Cellular)AU$479AU$429 on Amazon

2022 Apple Watch SE (40mm, GPS+Cellular) | AU$479 AU$429 on Amazon (save AU$50)

If you want to use the best-value Apple Watch without the paired iPhone, you will need the LTE version, which gets AU$50 shaved off its asking price on Amazon in all three colourways in the 40mm chassis size. You will need to get it connected on a plan by your chosen telco, which will cost you extra each month.

If you want a bigger screen, the 44mm Apple Watch SE 2 with Cellular connectivity gets 9% off, down to AU$479 from AU$529.

Don't need Cellular connectivity? You can pick up the 40mm GPS 2022 Apple Watch SE 2 from just AU$348 in three colour options.

Canon EOS R100 + RF18-45mm lensAU$1,099AU$794

Canon EOS R100 + RF18-45mm lens | AU$1,099 AU$794 (save AU$305)

If you're searching for a camera for beginners, the Canon EOS R100 could be what you're looking for at AU$794. This snapper only hit the market in May this year, and its feature set includes a 24MP APS-C sensor, good autofocus performance and the ability to shoot 4K video up to 25fps (cropped).

Google Chromecast with Google TV 4KAU$99AU$75

Google Chromecast with Google TV 4K | AU$99 AU$75 (save AU$24)

Need access to some specific streaming apps you can't find on your telly? Just plug this streaming device into an HDMI port on your telly and you get the full Google TV experience with all the apps you could want. This works best if you already have a 4K TV of course but you can also get the standard HD version of the Chromecast with Google TV for AU$37 - both cheaper than on the Google Store. 

Instant Pot Vortex Plus air fryer (5.7L)AU$269AU$121

Instant Pot Vortex Plus air fryer (5.7L) | AU$269 AU$121 (save AU$148)

Fry, bake, roast and more with the Instant Pot Vortex Plus. Packing in a 5.7L basket, this 6-in-1 air fryer will have you preparing healthier meals in less time. It comes with a range of preset options, but you can also manually set the temperature and time using its smart dial to find the perfect settings for every meal.

Nanoleaf Essentials Smart Bulb from AU$17

Nanoleaf Essentials Smart Bulb | from AU$17 (save up to AU$7.50)

Nanoleaf’s Essentials Smart Bulbs have also come on sale, and while AU$17 down from AU$20 might not sound like much, it’s worth noting that these bulbs had the original price of AU$40 a pop. The compromise here is that these are the original Apple HomeKit bulbs, which have since been replaced with the Matter compatible range, but they still feature millions of colour, variable brightness, Thread and Bluetooth support, and if you’re locked into an Apple ecosystem, you don't necessarily need the Matter support offered by the newer bulbs anyway. Available with either the B22 or E27 fittings.

The three pack is also on sale with AU$7.50 off, coming to AU$42.50 – just AU$14.17 per bulb.


We've rounded up all the best Amazon Black Friday discounts in one place. Don't miss these top bargains that are still available!

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Amazon Cyber Monday deals: FAQ

When will Amazon Cyber Monday deals start in 2023?

Amazon Cyber Monday deals have already started, with the official date being November 27. You can find the Amazon Cyber Monday sale live now across a range of categories, products and brands.

What Amazon Cyber Monday deals do we expect to see in 2023?

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? Apple devices are hugely popular during Cyber Monday, as are Fitbit and Garmin, with the latter two usually receiving 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.


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Black Friday isn't the end of the November deals season! We've rounded up all the best Amazon Cyber Monday discounts in one place. Don't miss these top bargains that are still available!

Sharmishta Sarkar
Managing Editor (APAC)

While she's happiest with a camera in her hand, Sharmishta's main priority is being TechRadar's APAC Managing Editor, looking after the day-to-day functioning of the Australian, New Zealand and Singapore editions of the site, steering everything from news and reviews to ecommerce content like deals and coupon codes. While she loves reviewing cameras and lenses when she can, she's also an avid reader and has become quite the expert on ereaders and E Ink writing tablets, having appeared on Singaporean radio to talk about these underrated devices. Other than her duties at TechRadar, she's also the Managing Editor of the Australian edition of Digital Camera World, and writes for Tom's Guide and T3.