1. Amazon Australia Cyber Monday deals
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3. Cyber Monday TV deals in Australia
4. Cyber Monday phone deals
5. Cyber Monday Apple deals
6. Cyber Monday Dell deals
7. Cyber Monday Lego deals
8. Cyber Monday Nintendo Switch deals
9. Cyber Monday Dyson deals
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[Update December 2, 2022: We're coming to the end of the Cyber Monday sales, so we'll be waving good bye to this hub for the year. If you want to keep up to date with deals available in Australia throughout the year, jump on over to check out what we think are the best tech deals in Australia currently available and updated regularly each week.]
Both Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be officially over for another year, but that doesn't mean the deals have disappeared overnight.
There are still several retailers still offering Black Friday sales, though some retailers like Amazon have officially finished up their offerings for 2022. There are still a lot of discounts that have carried on past the sale, but don't dilly-dally, some of these savings will finish at the end of November 30.
And with the sales extended, you can even finish off your Christmas prezzie shopping and save yourself some cash with these discounts.
We've gathered all the highlights of the still-available tech deals below, along with a list of retailers with Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals still on.
Cyber Monday 2022: top retailers
Retailers with continuing Cyber Monday 2022 sales
- Appliance Central: big discounts on appliances, large and small (opens in new tab)
- Chain Reaction: for all your cycling needs (opens in new tab)
- Dell Australia: typically up to 45% off on PCs, laptops and peripherals (opens in new tab)
- DigiDirect: great offers in cameras, lenses and photography essentials (opens in new tab)
- Dyson: savings on the best cordless vacuums cleaners (opens in new tab)
- ErgoTune: the best office chair in Australia for less (opens in new tab)
- Green Man Gaming: games and consoles galore for less (opens in new tab)
- HP Australia: massive savings on Pavilion, Envy and Omen laptops (opens in new tab)
- MSI: savings on gaming laptops
- MyDeal: discounts on consumer electronics (opens in new tab)
- The Shaver Shop: savings on personal care and grooming products (opens in new tab)
- Wiggle Australia: up to 60% off training and cycling tech (opens in new tab)
Best Cyber Monday deals under AU$100
- Fire TV Stick 4K Max:
AU$99AU$49 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Fitbit Inspire 2:
AU$149AU$74 at Rebel Sport (opens in new tab)
- Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed mouse:
AU$109.95AU$49 on Amazon (opens in new tab)
- Sodastream Source Element:
AU$169AU$79 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab)
Cyber Monday 2022 deals
Laptops & PCs
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3i | i5 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 3050 |
AU$1,699 AU$1,359 (opens in new tab) (save AU$340)
As an entry-level gaming laptop, this Lenovo offering (via Amazon AU) is pretty impressive. While its GeForce RTX 3050 GPU is one of Nvidia's most basic gaming-grade options, its other specs (particularly the 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD) are better than what you'd normally find at this price point. The 15.6-inch display offers fast refresh rates, although colour are a little flat according to our colleagues at T3 (opens in new tab) and it's a bit on the heavy side at 3.2kg. While you can still save 20% off this laptop, it was cheaper during Amazon's Black Friday sales at only AU$1,099.
Gigabyte Aero 16 KE4 (i7 / RTX 3060 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD) |
AU$3,779 AU$2,799 at PC Case Gear (opens in new tab) (save AU$980)
With an unconventional-but-beautiful 3,840 x 2,400 Samsung AMOLED display, this 16-inch Gigabyte laptop makes for a solid all-rounder for both entertainment and everyday tasks, with an Nvidia RTX 3060 to drive gaming alongside high-spec CPU, RAM and storage. That screen supports the DisplayHDR 500 standard, so both games and movies should look stunning.
Dell XPS 15 (9520) | i7 / 32GB / 1TB SSD / RTX 3050 Ti |
AU$4,798.20 AU$3,598.20 at Dell (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,200)
Need more screen real estate on an XPS beauty? This 15-inch model even features an OLED display, so everything looks gorgeous. And to add to all that power is a dedicated RTX 3050 Ti GPU, so you can get some play in between all that work. And with a 25% discount, this is one heck of a buy.
Gigabyte Aero 16 YE5 | i9-12900HK / RTX 3080 Ti / 32GB RAM / 1TB SSD) |
AU$7,399 AU$4,999 at Scorptec (opens in new tab) (save AU$2,400)
This is an extremely pricey piece of kit at full price, and while five grand is still a lot – even this highly specced – these Aeros really are impressive. Specs listed above aside, it's the UHD+ OLED display that does a lot of talking, especially given the 16-inch display size and ultra-thin bezels.
MSI Creator Z16 Hiroshi Fujiwara | i7 / 16GB RAM / RTX 3060 |
AU$3,999 AU$2,699 at Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,300)
This MSI special edition laptop comes with a good spec sheet, a unique style and a heck of a discount. An i7-11800H, 16GB of RAM and 1TB SSD with an RTX 3060Q make this one a powerful laptop for work or play. Its stunning 16:10 165Hz Mini LED display may be the highlight though.
MSI Creator Z16P B12UGST | i7 / 16GB RAM / RTX 3070 Ti |
AU$4,999 AU$3,999 at Centre Com (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,000)
The MSI Creator Z16P is a real stunner. It's got some powerful specs too, with a 12th Gen i7 processor, 16GB of DDR5 memory and a strong RTX 3070 Ti graphics card. It's a good option for creators or anyone that needs a powerful, portable, and beautifully built laptop.
MSI Vector GP66 12UGSO| i7 / 16GB RAM / RTX 3070 Ti |
AU$3,499 AU$2,899 at Scorptec (opens in new tab) (save AU$600)
This discounted MSI Katana GP66 comes with a powerful gaming spec. The 12th Gen i7 and RTX 3070 Ti combined with a 165Hz QHD IPS screen and lots of connectivity potential means all of the gaming boxes are ticked. At 2.38KG, it's backpack friendly too.
MSI Katana GF76 12UE| i7 / 16GB RAM / RTX 3060 |
AU$2,699 AU$1,999 at Capitol Computer (opens in new tab) (save AU$700)
Sometimes, bigger really is better! This 17.3-inch MSI packs in a powerful 12th Gen i7-12700H processor with 16GB of RAM and a 1TB PCIe SSD. Its 144Hz IPS screen delivers an immersive gaming experience, and at under two grand, including an RTX 3060, it's great value too.
MSI Crosshair 15| i7 / 8GB RAM / RTX 3060 |
AU$3,099 AU$2,324 at JB Hi-Fi (opens in new tab) (save AU$775)
Save a decent AU$775 off of this MSI gaming laptop. The Crosshair 15 packs in a Core i7-12700H, add to that an RTX 3060 GPU and a 1TB SSD, and you've got yourself a machine with decent specs and unique aesthetic.
- Check out our picks of the best Cyber Monday laptop deals if you're after more options.
PC components & peripherals
Gigabyte M32U |
AU$1,149 AU$999 at Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$150)
If you're after a big monitor than can do both console gaming and PC use, this 4K (3,840 x 2,160) screen delivers 31.5-inches of real estate and impressively high-end specs. It's IPS panel ensures natural colours and also supports 10-bit HDR, while the 1ms response time and 144Hz refresh rate ensure games will be smooth and responsive. Plus, there's even a built-in KVM, so you can use your mouse and keyboard between different devices.
Asus ROG Falchion wireless mechanical gaming keyboard |
AU$279 AU$139 at Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$140)
This Falchion keyboard is a great option if you're looking to enjoy the benefits of a wireless mechanical keyboard with a desk space saving size. It's got Cherry MX Brown switches, RGB lighting and a customizable touch panel on the side. And did we mention that it's half price over at Mwave?
Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed wireless gaming mouse |
AU$109.95 AU$49 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$60.95)
Amazon had knocked 65% off this ergonomic, wireless gaming mouse during Black Friday, but it has since jumped back up to AU$49. 55% off is still a good bargain on a mouse we gave 4.5/5 stars in our review back when it was first released in 2020. It's got an impressive battery life for a wireless clicker, and two connection options (Bluetooth and Razer's own HyperSpeed Wireless). The lowest price we've seen on this gaming mouse before now was AU$39, but we don't know when we'll see that price again.
Cooler Master MasterMouse CM110 gaming mouse |
AU$39 AU$19 at Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$20)
It might not have all the bells and whistles of a more premium mouse, but it's got the important ones. And at just 19 dollary-doos over at Mwave, the Cooler Master CM110 is an absolute steal. It's got 3-zone RGB, adjustable DPI optical sensor and six buttons. Come on, it's $19!
Logitech MX Anywhere 3 (Pale Grey) |
AU$129.95 AU$85 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$44.95)
This Logitech mouse is wireless, compact and can connect to multiple devices at once. Using either Bluetooth or a USB dongle, you can switch between your laptop, PC or iPad with a single button. We haven’t tested this exact mouse for ourselves, but we’re highlighting it here because this is the lowest price we’ve seen (and we are big fans of the Anywhere 2 that came before it).
Crucial P3 4TB PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD |
AU$579 AU$429 at Mwave (opens in new tab)(save AU$150)
It's tough to find a 4TB SATA SSD at this price, let alone an NVMe one. This Crucial 4TB PCIe 3.0 is a great option for a secondary drive or storing a big game library. It won't set speed records but at this price you won't find better.
AMD Ryzen 5 5600G CPU |
AU$399 AU$199 on Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$200)
This AMD CPU is super affordable, making it a good option for those who want to game a little (particularly older games) or those that don't require a powerful and expensive graphics card. This deal from Mwave comes with a bundled cooler too.
Samsung T7 Portable SSD (1TB) |
AU$209 AU$143 from Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$66)
The Samsung T7 is the #1 pick in our best portable SSD guide, and now you can get it with a 32% discount. It’s not the lowest price we’ve seen (that was AU$127) but this deal is inching fairly close. We like it for its super-fast data transfer speeds, and wide compatibility with PC, Mac, Android and gaming consoles.
Cooler Master HAF 500 ARGB white E-ATX case |
AU$199 AU$150 at Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$49)
If you're planning on buying a big graphics card, you'll need a case to hold it and keep it cool. That's where this this Cooler Master case comes in – it includes dual 200mm intake fans perfect for a hot-running 2023 system. A well-built white case with ARGB always looks good too, and it's 25% off at Mwave.
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6GB graphics card |
AU$399 AU$329 at Mwave (opens in new tab) (save AU$70)
We might want a shiny new RTX 4090, but at over three grand, that's an instant pass for most. This GTX 1660 Super is a far more worldly option at $329. It's a good card for 1080p gaming and it might offer a surprising bump in performance if you're upgrading from a card from a few years back.
Headphones & speakers
Bose QuietComfort 45 |
AU$499 AU$339 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$160)
We hoped it would come and sure enough, the 21% saving we saw on this one a week ago has become a 32% saving thanks to Amazon's Black Friday sale on the Black (opens in new tab) and Smoke White (opens in new tab) colour options. Also available for AU$339 at JB Hi-Fi (opens in new tab) and The Good Guys (opens in new tab).
Sony WF-1000XM4 |
AU$449 AU$289 at Kogan (opens in new tab) (save AU$160)
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 only applies to the black colour option.
Ultimate Ears Boom 3 |
AU$229 AU$148 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$81)
The UE Boom 3 is an excellent party speaker, pumping out powerful sound for its deceptively small size. It’s also waterproof and dustproof with an IP67 rating, and can withstand some knocking about with its rugged design. If you want to blast your favourite tunes by the pool, you can currently pick one up for a 35% discount on Amazon.
Sony A80K Bravia XR 77-inch OLED TV |
AU$6,995 AU$5,488 at JB Hi-Fi (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,507)
Comfortably one of the best mid-range OLED TVs on the market right now, the Sony A80K might not offer all of the premium features found in the truly top of the range TVs, but features enough to make the price solid value. That's especially true thanks to this Black Friday saving.
You'll also find savings on the A80K in other sizes:
Sony A80K 65-inch
AU$3,795 AU$2,995 (opens in new tab) (save AU$800)
Sony A80K 55-inch
AU$2,795 AU$2,595 (opens in new tab) (save AU$200)
Yamaha ATS-1090 |
AU$349 AU$185 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$164)
An affordable home audio choice from a quality brand, the Yamaha ATS-1090 is an TV soundbar that offers half-decent performance at a seriously reduced price. While the ATS-1090 features built-in subwoofers for deep bass, its clarity of dialogue and vocals hasn’t been compromised, and a virtual surround-sound setting is also built in. A good option if you want to upgrade your TV sound but don’t have a lot of money to spend, the Yamaha ATS-1090 soundbar is now available for an impressive 47% off.
Samsung HW-Q990B Home Theatre System |
AU$2,099 AU$1,225 at Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$874)
It's a little unfair to refer to this one as just a 'soundbar', despite it managing to find its way into our list of best soundbars. As you might expect at its price point, the Samsung HW-Q990B is a full home theatre solution with arguably the best high-end Dolby Atmos performance of any soundbar package on the market. And it lands a Black Friday saving of over AU$870.
Yamaha ATS-2090 Sound bar with Wireless Subwoofer |
AU$499 AU$399 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)
Sneaking its way into our list of best soundbar options (under its other name, Yamaha YAS-209) is one of the very best surround sound solutions at its price point, with a big soundstage and added Alexa functionality seeing it double as both a soundbar and smart speaker in one. It had ht 50% off earlier on, but it has since risen back up to only 20% off. Still, that means you can grab one of the best soundbars available for under AU$400.
Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar Max |
AU$3,999.95 AU$3,190 at Amazon (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 given 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 its 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.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max |
AU$99 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
Amazon's higher-end streaming stick is back to its lowest price of AU$49 and we think it's worth it if you want to upgrade your old TV with the latest streaming tech. 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 Cube |
AU$219 AU$159 at Amazon (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.
LG 86-inch Nano86 NanoCell smart 4K TV |
AU$4,250 AU$2,798 on Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,452)
Gamers, this one's for you. If you were looking for a capable 4K TV to pair with your next-gen console, boasting features such as variable refresh rate, 4K at 120Hz refresh rates and Auto Low-Latency Mode (ALLM), the LG Nano86 is a solid option. That's without considering this massive discount on the enormous 86-inch screen courtesy of Appliance Central.
LG 86-inch QNED80 4K QNED TV |
AU$4,999 AU$3,980 on Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,019)
Simply put, the QNED80 is one of the better TVs on the market right now, with the α7 Gen5 AI processor giving it no shortage of grunt, including premium features perfect for next-gen gaming. Via Black Friday MVPs Appliance Central, you can save on this 86-inch model. If, however, you're lacking the space or the extra cash, you can also pick one of the other discounted QNED80 screens.
• 75-inch (opens in new tab):
AU$3,499 AU$2,780 (save AU$719)
• 65-inch (opens in new tab):
AU$2,499 AU$1,990 (save AU$509)
- We've got more tellies for less in our dedicated best Cyber Monday TV deals hub.
Xbox Series S 512GB Console |
AU$499 AU$445.95 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$53.05)
There was a generous AU$100 off on this console during the official sale period, but the discount is no longer available anywhere. Although Amazon still has small discount, so if you missed out on this value-for-money console earlier, you could consider getting it now. There's no disc tray here, which might seem intimidating at first, but when you pair this next-gen console with an Xbox Game Pass subscription you unlock access to dozens of games for a monthly fee of little more than your Netflix subscription.
Logitech G G923 Trueforce Racing Wheel |
AU$599 AU$435 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$164)
Having dropped to under AU$400 during Black Friday, the Logitech G G923 Trueforce Racing Wheel has since jumped back up in price to AU$435. That's still 27% off the originaly price of this immersive controller, so if you want to put the pedal to the metal, you still can for a little less.
NBA 2K23 (PS4) |
AU$99.95 AU$41 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$58.95)
If you're an avid NBA fan, you know exactly what to expect from an NBA 2K game. The year changes, the rosters change and the graphics improve slightly, but the core source of enjoyment remains the same. If you're one of those who want to stay up to date with your digital hooping, this savings opportunity is for you if you own a PS4.
While there's option for the Nintendo Switch, it's available on other platforms:
AU$119.95 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$70.95)
• Xbox One:
AU$99.95 AU$44 (opens in new tab) (save AU$55.95)
• Xbox Series X |
AU$119.95 AU$44 (opens in new tab) (save AU$75.95)
Dying Light 2 Stay Human (PS5) |
AU$99.95 AU$39 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$60.95)
Keen to get your Zombie fix? The much anticipated, oft-delayed sequel to 2015's Dying Light arrived in February, and while it didn't quite manage to match the acclaim of the series' first entry it nonetheless is a good chance to scratch any Zombie killing itch you might have. With a 61% saving attached to this one, what is there to lose?
Metroid Dread (Switch) |
AU$79.95 AU$45 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$34.95)
One of 2021’s most popular titles for the Switch can now be snapped up for AU$45. The game was previously down to AU$36, which was the lowest price we’d seen, but it’s since gone up a little. This one will take you about 9-13 hours to finish, depending on how much of the game you want to see and complete, and series fans yet to play it have their best opportunity to jump on with this handy saving.
- After more gaming deals? Check out the best PC gaming Cyber Monday deals (opens in new tab) over at our sister site PC Gamer.
- Want more options? We've got a more comprehensive coverage of the best Cyber Monday smartphone deals on a dedicated page.
Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen) |
AU$199 AU$99 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)
This smart display's 8-inch screen hits the sweet spot between size and functionality. It’s got a great camera for 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.
Tablets & ereaders
Kobo Forma |
AU$429.95 AU$379.95 on Kobo (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
Considering its age, you really shouldn't be paying full price on this 8-inch ereader, plus it's been consistently discounted by AU$50. It's a shame that Kobo hasn't dropped the price further, but it's still worth it if you want a very capable ebook reader. Asymmetric design with pag-turn buttons, a large yet comfortable screen size, decent performance, OverDrive and Dropbox support... it's a good 'un.
Smartwatches & fitness trackers
Garmin Instinct |
AU$399 AU$282.50 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$116.50)
This Garmin Instinct watch is currently 29% off, but it's not the lowest price we've seen (that was AU$228). Even at this price, it's still a darn good multi-sport smartwatch. The Instinct has already been succeeded by the Garmin Instinct 2, but the first-gen is still a great wearable.
Fitbit Charge 5 |
AU$269 AU$189 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$91.05)
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. It's now just AU$189 on Amazon, a 30% price drop from the original RRP. Just note, it did hit AU$164 during Black Friday so the price has jumped up a little following the big sales event.
Garmin Vivofit Jr 3 |
AU$139 AU$99 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$40)
Looking for a fun way to encourage your child to remain active? This is a great activity tracker that's also swimproof. It's also got great battery life and is sized well for small wrists. However, it does require a paired phone to work, so if your child hasn't yet been given one, it might make managing the device a bit of a chore. This great discount is only on the blue colour option though – the others have various discounts off but not the big 29% on offer for the blue one.
Garmin Forerunner 245 Music |
AU$579 AU$311.30 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$267.70)
The Forerunner 245 is one of Garmin’s entry-level running watches. It’ll give you good insight into your performance without bogging you down with the complex data that you’d find in Garmin’s more premium offerings. You’ll be able to store music from select streaming services too. And it's just half price in two colour options (the black is slightly more expensive).
Fujifilm X-H2 (body only) |
AU$3,399 AU$2,634.15 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$764.85)
This is the world's first 40MP APS-C camera, so you can expect incredibly detailed photos from the Fujifilm X-H2. It supports 8K video capture at 30fps, and powerful burst shooting at 15fps with the mechanical shutter. DigiDirect (opens in new tab) had previously brought the price down to AU$2,479, but that deal seems to be over for now. This is the next best price.
Canon EOS 6D Mark II (body only) |
AU$1,599 AU$1,449 after cashback on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$150)
Don't be fooled by Amazon's pricing here. This amazing full-frame DSLR is still retailing for around the two-grand mark, so that list price is already the lowest price at the time of writing. Then throw in the AU$150 cashback offer from Canon available via redemption and this becomes one of the highlights of the Black Friday 2022 camera discounts.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 |
AU$119 AU$92 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$21)
Spread a little creative Christmas cheer with this instant camera. It's super easy to use, produces some pretty good photos and will capture your memories instantly to stick up on your fridge. It'll make a great gift too.
- Our colleagues at Digital Camera World are hunting down the best Cyber Monday camera deals in Australia (opens in new tab), including lenses and accessories, if you need more options.
GHD Unplugged cordless straightener |
AU$495 AU$396 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$99)
GHD is known for making some of the best hair straighteners on the market, 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 quite sleek. Its prowess, however, comes at a steep price, but this 20% off on Amazon makes it a more tempting alternative to the Dyson Corrale. (Though it did hit a lower price during Black Friday at 24% off).
Waterpik Cordless Advanced water flosser |
AU$220 AU$170.50 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$49.50)
There are water flossers and then there are water flossers. The ones with tanks are bulky and cables get everywhere. This cordless option is far more portable and perfect to carry with you when you travel. It had dropped down to 55% off prior, but at this price you're still saving 23%.
Ecovacs Deebot N8 Plus |
AU$1,499 AU$1,099 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$400)
Having dropped down to AU$699 during Black Friday, this robot vacuum from Ecovacs has now jumped back up to AU$1,099. That's still a decent saving of AU$400 off the Deebot N8 Plus, but we don't know when we'll see such a hefty discount on this gadget again.
You can also buy this directly from Ecovacs Robot for AU$1,099 (opens in new tab).
If you don't want the auto-empty station, then you can get the Deebot N8 robot that vacuums and mops for just AU$699 (opens in new tab) on Amazon.
Breville Creatista Plus Black Coffee Machine |
AU$899 AU$649 on Appliances Online (opens in new tab) (save AU$250)
If you’re after a coffee that makes itself, then it’s hard to go past the Breville Creatisa Plus. This system uses standard Nespresso Pods and comes with a AU$60 coffee credit offer if you buy one before the end of January 2023. A great compact pod machine that can also do milk frothing without requiring a whole other appliance.
Sodastream Source Element |
AU$169 AU$79 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$90)
Look after the planet and quench your thirst with a Sodastream. You can make delicious fizzy quenchers all summer long, so your use of plastic bottles drops. And filling up the CO2 cylinder quite easily across several places in Australia. Available in white (opens in new tab) and black (opens in new tab) colour options to suit your kitchen.
Star Wars The Clone Wars - A Pandemic System Game |
AU$99.95 AU$75 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$24.95)
Released at the end of September, this tabletop board sees the worlds of smash hit board game Pandemic and Star Wars collide, offering 1-5 players an opportunity to enter the Star Wars universe using the Pandemic game system. A great addition to any family holiday starter kit, this board game including four detailed miniatures lands a surprise 25% saving for Black Friday.
Also available at this price from MyDeal (opens in new tab).
Lego Avatar Toruk Makto and Tree of Souls |
AU$249.99 RRP AU$175.20 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$74.79)
The long-awaited follow up to 2009's hugely popular Avatar might still be a month-and-a-bit away from hitting cinemas, but that hasn't stopped Lego releasing one of its most beautiful Lego sets in recent memory, which recreates a scene from the upcoming film. This one features vibrant colours and exquisite detail in a 1,212 piece package and snags a 30% discount here via Amazon.
Cyber Monday 2022: key information
When is Cyber Monday 2022?
In 2022, Cyber Monday is on November 28, the Monday directly following this year's Black Friday, which falls on November 25. Though Cyber Monday is officially only one day, some retailers will offer 'Cyber Week' sales that can continue on until the following Monday, but these will be few and far between in Australia.
What is Cyber Monday?
With the rise of internet shopping over 15 years ago, Cyber Monday emerged to give new online retailers the opportunity to grab a cut of the Black Friday sales profit. It worked and has been tagged on the end of Black Friday since 2005.
Now a major part of the Black Friday weekend, Cyber Monday closes out the biggest sales event of the year, and this year it lands on November 28 – the Monday directly after Black Friday, which falls on November 25 in 2022.
Is Cyber Monday too late to get a good deal?
Generally, no – often Cyber Monday will still offer up a bunch of the best deals during the Black Friday sales period. However, in previous years there have been supply chain issues that have caused items to become quite limited in a variety of different categories. Previously toys, phones and even mattresses have been hard to come by on the last day of the Black Friday weekend. This year, we're expecting stock issues on tech, like popular smartphones (Apple specifically), cameras and potentially game consoles too.
It’s still too early to pinpoint the best deals on offer during Cyber Monday, it is generally better to get in early to avoid disappointment especially on high-demand items that may only have limited stock during the sale. Regardless, we’ll be keeping an eye out for the best bargains available and popping them right here as well as keeping note of any supply chain issues that may come up.
What to expect during Cyber Monday 2022
There’s very little time until Cyber Monday 2022 – in fact it’s just days away. Now's the time to start planning ahead to make sure you don’t miss out on the deals you want. Luckily, Cyber Monday often has a lot of deals rollover from Black Friday, but this is only if those deals happen to still have stock available. Still, this does give you a little leeway and time to think about what’s worth spending your hard-earned money on.
Discounts will be available across a variety of products, including devices such as laptops, TVs, appliances and consoles. As the Black Friday weekend is generally the biggest sales event of the year, it’s likely these gadgets will hit their lowest price during either Black Friday or Cyber Monday.
While there used to be a bit of a difference between what was on offer between the two days, Black Friday and Cyber Monday now generally offer up a lot of the same deals. Though, you can still find some fresh deals arriving on the Monday itself. If you’ve had your eyes on something that hasn’t had a discount across the weekend, it could be well worth checking back in on Cyber Monday. Retailers such as Amazon often keep some special deals specifically for the later date.
Cyber Monday officially only runs for one day, ending at 11.59pm AEDT on November 28 this year. However, ‘Cyber week sales’ are sometimes present, with some deals carrying on into the week following the Black Friday weekend.
When does Cyber Monday end?
Cyber Monday closes out the official Black Friday sales. As a one day event, Cyber Monday 2022 will typically end at 11.59 pm AEDT on November 28.
However, you’ll likely find a few deals rolling on into the week immediately following Cyber Monday, with some big ticket items often staying on sale until Tuesday in the following week.
Cyber Monday 2022: our predictions
Cyber Monday deals we expect to see
- Laptops – discounted MacBook Airs, Dell XPS 13, gaming laptops and more
- TVs – cheap 4K TVs from LG, Sony, Samsung and more
- Tablets – potentially lowest prices yet on select iPads, depending on stocks
- Smartwatches – again, possible best prices yet on Apple Watch 6 and SE
- Games consoles – No PS5 / Xbox Series X, but Nintendo Switch likely
- Headphones – AirPods, Sony WH-1000XM4, Galaxy Buds, Bose, all on sale
- Phones – iPhone 13/14 unlikely, but discounts on iPhone 12 and Galaxy S21
- Cameras – Nikon, Sony, Canon, Fujifilm and more
- Appliances – big sales on Dyson vacuums, air fryers, multi-cookers, Instant Pots
- Mattresses – upfront savings from leading online brands
- Smart home – cheap Amazon Alexa devices, Google Nest, Philips Hue and Nanoleaf
Tech is the main focus of Cyber Monday deals, so you can expect to see some great deals across phones, laptops and smartwatches. We’ve increased our categories in recent years to include appliances and mattresses which have both been popular.
If you’re after a new mattress, you’ll be able to sneak in some savings from brands such as Koala (opens in new tab) and Emma Sleep (opens in new tab), but keep an eye on the retailers listed above to cash in on some good deals.
Cyber Monday 2022: buying advice
How do I get the best Cyber Monday deals in 2022?
We’ll be rounding up all the best Cyber Monday deals right here so you can find them without shuffling through site after site. We’ll categorise each item so you can easily find the tech you’re after with our in-page navigation.
We have some additional tips to help you make the most out of the Cyber Monday sales so you can find the best deals on the tech you really want.
1. Check in early
Just like with Black Friday, to avoid disappointment we recommend checking for deals early on. However, not all deals will launch straight away on November 25, and there’ll likely be some flash sales on sites such as Amazon that pop up over the weekend that have limited time and quantity. A lot of deals will also continue through the weekend, so it definitely helps to check in on Saturday and Sunday as well.
2. Know what you’re looking for
It really pays off to know exactly what you want ahead of time. Having a general shopping list with a basic idea on what you’re after will save you time and likely money not just on Cyber Monday, but also during the entire Black Friday weekend. We recommend having a look at specs for laptops ahead of time on sites such as Dell, Lenovo and HP so you can get an idea of what might be offered during the Cyber Monday sales.
3. Be prepared to buy alternatives
Accompanying tip number two, if you can be flexible with your purchase you might be able to snag a deal on a hot ticket item that sold out prior. While this might not always be possible with gadgets such as consoles, devices such as laptops and TVs can often be found with similar or even the same specs between different brands. You might even save more if you’re brand-agnostic during the Cyber Monday sales.
Top 5 deals from Cyber Monday 2021
We've gather 5 of the top deals from 2021's Cyber Monday sales so you have an idea of what to expect during this years bargain bonanza.
Razer Blade 14 | Ryzen 9 5900HX / RTX 3070 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD |
AU$3,999 AU$2,999 on Microsoft Store (AU$1,000 off)
With top-tier specs, it’s not often you can pick up a decent saving on Razer’s Blade gaming laptops. However during last Cyber Monday, there was a massive AU$1000 – 25% off – this 14-inch machine, bringing it down under three grand.
Nintendo Switch + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 3-month Switch Online |
AU$469 AU$399 on Amazon (AU$70 off)
During Cyber Monday sales in 2021, you could pick up a Nintendo Switch along with a copy of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and 3-months of Switch Online for only AU$399. This was a fantastic deal because not only were you saving on the console itself, but you were also picking out one of Nintendo’s top titles. Fingers crossed we’ll see another deal like this in 2022.
LG 65-inch C1 OLED TV |
AU$3,995 AU$2,880 on Appliance Central (AU$1,115 off)
Having now been surpassed by LG’s excellent C2 OLED TVs, there’ll likely be some discounts across the LG C1 range. Last year, we saw the 65-inch TV drop to only AU$2,880, and if you happened to pick one up you would have saved a total of AU$1,115.
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds |
AU$399 AU$297 on Amazon (save AU$102)
Now that Bose QuietComfort Earbuds 2 have hit the market, we’re hoping to see some big savings on their predecessors. Still a fantastic set of wireless earbuds themselves, the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds hit a very tempting price of AU$279 during last year's sales.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (11th gen, 8GB) |
AU$239 AU$169 on Amazon (save AU$70)
During 2021, you could save a neat AU$70 off the 11th-gen Kindle Paperwhite with 8GB of storage from Amazon. We’ve already seen the Kindle Paperwhite’s price drop even lower ahead of this year’s official sales, so it’s possible we’ll see it drop again during the Cyber Monday sales.
- Find all the best Black Friday deals on TechRadar's dedicated page