Best Amazon Australia deals
Amazon might be the world's largest online marketplace, but its Australian storefront still has meagre offerings compared to other regions. Yet the Australian inventory is catching up, meaning there's always a great bargain to be found.
And 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.
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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 has backflipped on that decision after customers pressured Amazon to reverse the ban. The 'global store' still exists on Amazon Australia, though, and there are usually plenty of bargains from the US to be had on the global section of Australia's own Amazon storefront.
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 on 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.
We'll keep this list of Amazon deals updated regularly, so be sure to check in often and make sure to score the cheapest price on a variety of tech.
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Best deals on Amazon Australia right now
Sony PlayStation VR starter pack | $399 (was $549)
Sony's virtual reality headset has dropped in price lately, making the experience of VR a bit more affordable. While it was hovering just under $410 in the lead up to Prime Day 2019, the price has fallen even further now, to just $399 for the pack with the camera and VR Worlds.View Deal
Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy (PS4) | $26 (was $57)
Fan of this marsupial? Then get three games with hundreds of levels and two playable characters for just $26. However, this cool low price is only for the PS4 version. If you'd like any of the others, you'll pretty much be paying full price.View Deal
Call of Duty: WWII (PC) | $9 (was $79)
Battle across Europe for under $10 as the PC version of CoD: WWII is now just $9 on Amazon. That's the lowest price to be had at the moment, with major retailers still stocking it at the full price of $79, unless it's a pre-owned copy.View Deal
Hitman 2 (PS4) | $29 (was $49)
Last saw the Xbox One version of this popular shooter drop to just $18. While it's not quite that cheap, the getting the PS4 version of Hitman 2 saves you $20 on the price you'll find at more top retailers. So save some dosh as you travel the world as Agent 47.View Deal
Price drop: Anthem (PS4/Xbox) | $15 (was $69)
While most major retailers have this popular shooter stocked at $69, it's available for a very affordable $15 on Amazon. This low price is only on the PS4 and Xbox One versions. If you're after the PC version, though, you'll need to get it from third-party resellers if shopping on Amazon.View Deal
Smartphones & tablets
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (8GB) | $179 (was $199)
The all-new Kindle Paperwhite is now waterproof and comes with an adjustable light to make reading at night a pleasure for your eyes. It's also just under $200 a pop, but you can save $20 now on the 8GB flavour and carry your entire library around with you.View Deal
Huawei P30 (128GB) | $899 (was $1,099)
The price for this brand new handset has increased a little but it's still cheaper than its usual RRP. So if you're keen on a great camera phone and are comfortable with the confusion around Huawei's Android ban, you can save $200 on this 128GB flavour of the Huawei P30 in both colour options.View Deal
Huawei P30 Pro (256GB) | $1,299 (was $1,599)
Need more from your smartphone than what the base model of the Huawei P30 can offer? Then the Pro version is also discounted heavily on Amazon right now, with both the Breathing Crystal and Aurora versions of the 256GB storage flavour down to just $1,299. That's a saving of $300.View Deal
Fire TV Basic Edition | $59 (was $69)
This casting device from Amazon was cheaper over the Prime Day sale period, if in case you missed out then, you can grab the Fire TV Stick for $59 and save $10. Not the cheapest price, but a decent deal if you're looking to cast your shows and movies to your not-so-smart telly from your handheld device.View Deal
Sonos Connect | $463 (was $549)
Stream music, play internet radio, listen to podcasts or use it with your stereo system or turntable – Sonos does sound well. You can even control it via Alexa-enabled devices. This streaming device retails for $549, but you can save $86 on Amazon on the white colour option. View Deal
Price drop: Yamaha YAS108B sound bar | $165 (was $349)
If you'd like to enhance your TV's sound, then getting a popular sound bar can prove expensive. However, there are cheaper options out there that will do the job well, if not better, and this 120W Yamaha option promises just that without the hefty price tag. It retails for $349 but Amazon has it in stock for its lowest price yet of just $165, a better offer than Prime Day.View Deal
Amazon Echo Show 5 | $109 (was $129)
This brand-new smart display from Amazon comes in a tiny form factor so you can have it sitting anywhere. It's also quite affordable, but you can save $20 on the Echo Show 5, with Amazon shaving 16% off the usual RRP.View Deal
Polk Command Bar | $519.20 (was $649)
This smart sound bar from Polk Audio has Alexa built-in, thanks to the Echo Dot-like module on the top of the device. It's easy to set up and for a smart sound bar, not all that expensive, considering the competition. But this is your chance to save just under $130 on this device as it's cheaper on Amazon right now.View Deal
Jabra Elite Active 65t | $263 (was $329)
Available in two colour options, these true wireless headphones have integrated motion sensors to track your goings-on. You can connect to a Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri when you need to, and you get up to 5 hours of playback with an additional 15 hours in the case. So if you want great sound, a comfortable fit and a saving of over $65, then grab a pair from Amazon now.View Deal
Price drop: Sony WI-C600N noise cancelling headphones | $149 (was $299)
These in-ear noise-cancelling 'buds have been discounted for a while now, but the price has dropped even more significantly on Amazon. It's now down to just $149, making it a very affordable set indeed. That's $50 lower than its lowest price and $150 off the usual RRP. That's half price!View Deal
Bose QuietComfort 35 II | from $345 (was $499)
The price of these ever-popular noise-cancelling cans has been fluctuating on Amazon lately, and we have seen it drop as low as $318. While it's not quite that cheap, you can still save over $150 on the RRP of both the silver and the black sets. And for the first time yet, you can even snag the limited edition Rose Gold option for the same price.View Deal
Sennheiser Momentum Free | $230.30 (was $329)
You'll end up saving just over $98 with these Bluetooth headphones from Sennheiser. They're one of the better in-ears from the company and offer up to 6 hours of battery and decent sound quality. They've also got a darn good design and a premium price tag usually.View Deal
AudioFly AF33W II | $42 (was $60)
Aussie company AudioFly has managed to make great sounding in-ear headphones at a very affordable price. We love these for their bang for buck value and sound quality, and they're cheaper still with $18 shaved off the usual price. Available in three colour options.View Deal
Computers & accessories
Samsung T5 Portable SSD (500GB) | $115 (was $169)
For speedy and safe backups of your online life, you need a reliable SSD, and there aren't many better than the T5 range from Samsung. While the 500GB option is currently full price at most retailers, it's cheaper on Amazon. It had dropped to $114 recently, but is up by just another dollar. So it's still a darn good price for this portable SSD.View Deal
SanDisk 64GB Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C | $19 (was $54)
Portable flash drives are essential, and we can't seem to get enough of them. This 64GB USB-C drive from SanDisk carries a regular price tag of $54 at most major retailers, but Amazon currently has it in stock for $19, which is great value for money indeed.View Deal
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