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Best Amazon Australia deals and sales in September 2021

Deathloop game for PS5 on yellow background
(Image credit: Future / Bethesda Softworks)

Today is for the gamers. There's a heap of excellent gaming deals available this week for the PS5, PS4 and Xbox, with the biggest highlight coming on Deathloop.

Our review called it “easily a game of the year contender”, and that’s because it’s such an endlessly exciting mystery to unravel. If you’ve been lucky enough to score yourself a PS5, this game is a must.

There’s also a ton of deals on headphones, from noise-cancelling cans from Bose to the always-popular Apple AirPods Pro. We’ve listed other great finds on Jabra and Sennheiser too, so no matter what kind of audio you’re after, there’s something for you here.

Best September 2021 deals on Amazon Australia


Game of the year contender

Deathloop on PS5 | AU$99 AU$79 (save AU$20) 

Deathloop is a thrilling stealth and shooter game set on the island of Blackreef, where your character is doomed to repeat the same day for eternity – or are you? If you can execute your targets, you’ll break the loop, but getting there takes time, tactics and sheer persistence. It’s now discounted on Amazon, saving you AU$20.View Deal

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition on PS4 or Xbox | AU$99 AU$54 (save AU$54)

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is a remaster of the original three games in the Mass Effect trilogy for PS4 and Xbox. It gives the games a fresh lick of paint with 4K textures and lighting effects, and adds some customisation options for your character. Amazon is now offering a discount of 46%, which is the lowest we’ve seen.View Deal

Immortals Fenyx Rising (PS5 / PS4 / Xbox One/S/X) | AU$69.95 AU$36 (save AU$33.95)

Ubisoft’s Immortals Fenyx Rising has taken cues from Breath of the Wild, and the result is cartoon charm that has completely won us over. If you’ve yet to play, it’s now available for its lowest price yet on Amazon at just AU$36 for PS5, PS4 and Xbox.View Deal

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy on PS5 | AU$99.95 AU$74.90 (save AU$25.05)

This narrative shooter will put you in the shoes of Star-Lord as you work with the rest of Guardians to save the Galaxy. Unlike Marvel’s Avengers, there’s no multiplayer available here, so you can traverse the universe and call the shots. The game is currently available to pre-order, and Amazon has the lowest price we can find for the PS5 edition.View Deal

Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PS5 | AU$94.95 AU$59 (save AU$35.95)

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is a next-gen exclusive for the PS5, and it showcases the best of what Sony’s new system can do. At launch, the price of admission was higher than we would’ve liked, but this excellent discount is better than you’ll find at most other retailers.View Deal

Demon's Souls on PS5 | AU$124.95 AU$84 (save AU$40.95)

Demon’s Souls has been remade from the ground-up for the PS5. Whether or not you were a fan of the original for the PlayStation 3, this is one of the most exciting titles for Sony’s next-gen gaming console. You can snag a 33% discount from Amazon, saving you AU$40.95.View Deal

Sackboy: A Big Adventure on PS5 | AU$109 AU$72 (save AU$37)

Sackboy: A Big Adventure is a shining example of a kid-friendly, yet still challenging platformer that appeals to all ages and abilities. The visuals are captivating, and there’s lots of variety in gameplay throughout. Amazon has knocked 35% off the PS5 launch title, bringing it down to AU$72.View Deal

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla on PS4 and Xbox One/S/X | AU$99.95 AU$38 (save AU$61.95)

The latest instalment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise will transport you to the world of the Vikings as you invade England in the 9th century. It’s the largest open world we’ve seen from Assassin’s Creed, giving you plenty to explore. You’ll save a very decent sum when you buy from Amazon, available for either PS4 or Xbox One/S/X for AU$38 – the cheapest we’ve seen yet.View Deal


Jabra Elite 85h | AU$379 AU$299 (save AU$80)

For affordable noise cancellation in a set of over-ear headphones, you could turn to the Jabra Elite 85h. They pair top-notch ANC performance with class-leading battery life, which is brought together in a comfortable and stylish package. While they lack support for high-end codecs such as aptX, it’s hard to complain given the value for money. Now AU$80 off on Amazon.View Deal

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 | AU$499 AU$319 (save AU$180)

Sennheiser smashed it out of the park with its follow up true wireless earbuds, and we highly recommend them if you’re looking for an alternative to Sony’s WF-1000XM4. They look good, sound great and have a solid seven hours of battery life, with an extra 21 hours of juice available from the charging case. Now AU$180 off on Amazon.View Deal

Bose QuietComfort 35 II | AU$499 AU$329 (save AU$170)

While not the lowest we’ve seen, this is still a sweet deal on the QuietComfort 35 II. These headphones have class-leading noise cancellation and a nice, balanced sound that should satisfy most listeners. These may not be the flagship offering from Bose, but they’re cheaper, and come in a much more standard form factor. You’ll save AU$170 when you buy from Amazon.View Deal

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds | AU$399 AU$295 (save AU$104)

These true wireless earbuds from Bose pack seriously good noise cancellation, giving the competition (such as the Sony WF-1000XM3) a run for their money. Sound quality is excellent too, with rich and clear sound that you’ll be able to enjoy with outside noise largely muted – though you’ll find they’re a little less bassy than Sony. They’re now available with a AU$104 discount in black.View Deal

Apple AirPods Pro | AU$399 AU$295 (save AU$104)

These are the first true wireless earbuds from Apple to deliver active noise cancellation, and they fit much better than the original AirPods. So if you’ve got an iPhone and are looking for a set of great-sounding earbuds, these are sure to please. Now discounted by 26% on Amazon, saving you AU$104 off RRP.View Deal

Apple AirPods (2019) with charging case | AU$249 AU$187 (save AU$62)

You can now score yourself a 25% discount on the second-gen AirPods when you buy from Amazon. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a bigger saving on these popular earbuds outside of the big sale periods, so this AU$62 saving is the most you’ll usually find from other retailers too. If you’re wanting the version with the wireless charging case, it’s down to AU$239.View Deal


Garmin Forerunner 45 | AU$329 AU$159 (save AU$170)

In terms of bang for buck, the Garmin Forerunner 45 is one of the most impressive running watches out there right now. And with it now being 50% off on Amazon, the value for money couldn’t be better. Its main focus is running and it has your basics covered, but there’s tracking for treadmill, bike, walk and more if you want it. Available in red.View Deal

Garmin Fenix 6S | AU$999 AU$445 (save AU$554)

Garmin’s range of multi-sport watches don’t come cheap, but now’s your chance to snag the Fenix 6S for half-price. The Fenix 6S is the smallest of the range, and it comes in a 42mm case, which means it has a slightly shorter battery life, but it’s a good choice for those who want a compact watch. You’ll still get top-notch adventure tracking and GPS-based mapping. Save AU$554 on the white version.View Deal

About Amazon deals in Australia

Amazon might be the world’s largest online marketplace, but its Australian storefront still has meagre offerings compared to other more well-established regions. Yet the Australian inventory is catching up, meaning there’s always a great bargain to be found.

With the Prime service now available in Australia, shopping on Amazon can save you plenty. There’s a whole load of perks that come with being a Prime member, including early access to a lot of Lightning Deals as well as the ability to participate in Amazon’s annual members-only Prime Day sales.

Unfortunately, GST being applied to all purchased goods shipped to Australia meant that, for a while, we couldn't import goods from the other Amazon sites, especially from the US storefront. However, the retail giant backflipped on that decision after customers pressured Amazon to reverse the ban.

The 'global store' has now become a great place to find bargains from the US. The advantage here is that import duty is added to the cost of the item and Amazon handles the customs clearance for you.

If you do decide to shop for tech from the global store, keep in mind you may not be covered under Australian warranties and you may – under some circumstances – need to pay shipping costs as well.

Finding the cheapest prices on the tech currently sold on Amazon Australia, however, can be rather time consuming, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to help you sift through the chaff and find the best bargains on the hottest products.

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Jasmine Gearie

Jasmine Gearie is TechRadar Australia’s resident deals expert, with a keen eye for hunting down the best Aussie discounts on everything from laptops and phones to cameras, headphones and mobile and broadband plans. She doesn’t buy anything without doing a little research first, and she wants to help you do the same.