Best Afterpay Day 2023 deals still available to buy

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Afterpay Day 2023 has officially come to a close, but we’ve done some digging and found that many of the best deals are still available. While some offers are still available at their Afterpay Day price, there are others that have increased a little in price – we’ve noted any changes in the deal highlights below. One of the best bits about Afterpay Day is that you don’t always need to use Afterpay to make your purchase. Keen to see what’s still available? You can score great discounts from the likes of JB Hi-Fi, Myer, KitchenAid and more.

Who is participating in Afterpay Day 2023?

Here are the retailers and brands offering deals this Afterpay Day, where you can bag a deal between March 16–19:

Best Afterpay Day deals still available


HP Omen 16 (n0067AX)

HP Omen 16 (n0067AX) | Ryzen 7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / Radeon RX 6650M | AU$2,559 AU$1,559 at HP (save AU$1,040)

This 16-inch HP Omen is one of the best-looking gaming laptops we've seen, so it won't look out of place if you need to use it at work as well. HP's knocked over AU$1,000 off for Afterpay Day. For your money, you'll be getting an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H processor, a Radeon RX 6650M graphics card and 16GB of RAM.

HP Spectre x360 OLED 2-in-1 (2022)

HP Spectre x360 OLED 2-in-1 (2022) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$3,999 AU$2,599 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$1,400)

HP’s line of Spectre laptops offer a little luxury, and here you’re getting a gorgeous design and a stunning 16-inch OLED screen. Because it’s an x360 model, it’s also able to be folded back completely and used in tablet mode with its touchscreen display. Under the hood is a 12th-gen Intel Core i7, 16GB of RAM and a hearty 1TB SSD. Note that this laptop was down to AU$2,469 during Afterpay Day sales, but the price is now slightly higher at AU$2,599.

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 (13-inch)

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 (13-inch) | i5 / 8GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$1,899 AU$1,299 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$600)

Looking for a cheaper 2-in-1 laptop? This HP Envy x360 is a much more affordable alternative to the Spectre discounted above. It’s not as well-powered as the Spectre, as you’re getting a 12th-gen Intel i5 CPU and 8GB of RAM, but it’s a good buy at this price point. This model also has a touchscreen display, so can be used in tablet mode. It was previously down to AU$1,234 for Afterpay Day, but the price has now increased to AU$1,299.


Sony LinkBuds S

Sony LinkBuds S | AU$249 AU$199 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$50)

The Sony LinkBuds S true wireless earbuds are now available for AU$199, which is a little higher than their Afterpay Day price of AU$169. Available in black, white and blue, these buds offer a compact and comfortable fit and great app control as well.

Sennheiser HD 400s

Sennheiser HD 400s | AU$149 AU$99 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$50)

If you're after a pair of headphones that offer a nice sound and are under AU$100, this deal on JB Hi-Fi will have you covered. Sennheiser is well known for producing high-quality cans, and the HD 400s are a wired pair of headphones that have scored a total saving of 33% off. These headphones were slightly cheaper on Afterpay Day at AU$94, but they're still a great price at AU$99.


LG 65-inch QNED91 mini-LED smart TV

LG 65-inch QNED91 mini-LED smart TV | AU$3,895 AU$1,947 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$1,948)

LG may have discontinued its QNED91 models, but make no mistake that this mini-LED option is an excellent alternative to LG's top OLED TVs – they might even be the better fit for brighter Aussie living rooms. Pairing the typically excellent brightness levels of mini-LED screens (1000 nits peak brightness compared to 800 with the LG C2) with an impressive native sound profile and array of top gaming support features, the LG QNED91 is an unassuming TV worth paying attention to with this kind of saving in the mix. Afterpay Day saw it slashed down to AU$1,849, but if you missed out, it's still available at 50% off.

Samsung 65-inch Q60B QLED smart TV

Samsung 65-inch Q60B QLED smart TV | AU$1,895 AU$1,495 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$400)

Samsung's Q60B might be an entry-level QLED option, but it still offers solid picture and native audio quality for its price. It also achieves the typical QLED brightness levels that make QLED TVs especially attractive alternatives for Aussies with well-lit living rooms. This 65-inch set was down to AU$1,420 on Afterpay Day, but it's now slightly more at AU$1,495.

Discounts also apply to the Q60B in other sizes:
55-inch: AU$1,495 AU$1,195 (Afterpay Day price was AU$1,135)
85-inch: AU$3,999 AU$2,695 (Afterpay Day price was AU$2,560.25)

LG 65-inch G2 OLED smart TV

LG 65-inch G2 OLED smart TV | AU$4,995 AU$3,495 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$1,500)

With a powerful a9 Gen 5 AI processor and stunning OLED picture quality, the LG G2 OLED is a 2022 model TV offering a gorgeous display with an array of accompanying features. It was discounted by AU$1,674 as a part of JB Hi-Fi's Afterpay Day sale, but since that has wrapped up, the saving is now AU$1,500.

The LG G2 in its other sizes can also be found with great discounts attached:
55-inch: AU$3,695 AU$2,595 (Afterpay Day price was AU$2,465)
• 77-inch: AU$8,995 AU$6,995 (Afterpay Day price was AU$6,645)
• 83-inch: AU$11,995 AU$8,995 (Afterpay Day price was AU$9,020)

Smart home

Google Nest Hub (2nd gen)

Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) | AU$149 AU$99 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$50)

When we checked out the Google Nest Hub (2nd gen), we found its ability to track sleep really innovative, although it’s not as detailed as what you’ll get with wearable devices. The 7-inch touchscreen is a good little display, though there’s no camera in this device, so no video calls here sadly, but that guarantees your privacy. JB Hi-Fi was offering this smart display for AU$94.05 during Afterpay Day, but it's since gone up to AU$99.

• Also available for AU$99 at The Good Guys and Myer.

Health & fitness

Therabody Theragun Prime

Therabody Theragun Prime | AU$499 AU$399 on Rebel (save AU$100)

If you’ve been keen to buy a massage gun, the Theragun Prime is an excellent middle-ground option, and it’s now available with a AU$100 discount from Rebel. We like that the Theragun Prime has an accompanying app, which offers real-time visual guidance based on your recovery needs. Snag this Afterpay Day deal before it ends on March 22.

Kitchen appliances

KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer (KSM192)

KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer (KSM192) | AU$799 from AU$649 on KitchenAid (save up to AU$150)

While we haven’t officially reviewed this KitchenAid mixer on TechRadar, we’ve had some first-hand experience with similar models. KitchenAid’s mixers are incredibly easy to use, and it makes short work of all your baking needs. This model comes with a 4.8L stainless steel mixing bowl, plus three tool attachments. Select colours are available for AU$649, but most are discounted down to AU$679.

KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer (KSM180, Blossom)

KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer (KSM180, Blossom) | AU$1,099 AU$899 at KitchenAid (save AU$200)

This AU$200 discount doesn't seem like much but when you consider you're getting a gorgeous-looking stand mixer with 4 accessories and a 4.7L copper bowl to complement the pastel green stand, it could be considered a decent bargain. Buying directly from KitchenAid also means you can add attachments and other accessories and save another 5% and delivery is free. So while the Blossom Design stand mixer is AU$889 at Bing Lee, you will need to pay extra for shipping.

KitchenAid Artisan Mini Stand Mixer (KSM3311)

KitchenAid Artisan Mini Stand Mixer (KSM3311) | AU$599 AU$449 at KitchenAid (save AU$150)

Want a stand mixer but don't have enough storage space? If you can manage with a 3.3L capacity bowl, then KitchenAid's mini mixer might be just right for you at AU$150 off. No delivery fees makes this a good option than buying from other retailers. Included in the box are three accessories and available in three finishes with the same discount.

KitchenAid 7-cup food processor (KFP0719)

KitchenAid 7-cup food processor (KFP0719) | AU$299 AU$199 at KitchenAid (save AU$100)

Chop, shred, slice, puree and knead with this KitchenAid food processor. And its 7-cup capacity means you're prepping for the whole family. It's an easy-to-use kitchen helper and, more importantly, easy to clean too, so take advantage of this AU$100 discount to quicken your cooking prep.

Philips Essential Airfryer XL (HD9270/21)

Philips Essential Airfryer XL (HD9270/21) | AU$349 AU$229 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$120)

We rate this as one of the best air fryers you can buy. It has a capacity of 4.6L, which Philips says can hold about 1.2kg of fries, or serve five portions of food. The Airfryer XL can fry, bake, grill or roast your food, and we particularly like that the removable part is dishwasher safe, making it much easier to clean. You can get the white version from JB Hi-Fi for AU$229, which is a bit higher than its Afterpay Day low of AU$217.55.

Instant Pot Duo 8L

Instant Pot Duo 8L | AU$269 AU$168 at MyDeal (save AU$101)

Slow cook, sauté, steam and more with the Instant Pot Duo. This 8L multi-cooker has scored a saving of AU$101 from MyDeal, which is a little less than the AU$111 discount we saw during the Afterpay Day sale. But, we still think it's a good deal at this price.

There's only a limited number of these multi-cookers available on MyDeal, but if you miss out you can also pick one up from Myer for AU$179.

Grooming & personal care

GHD Unplugged gift set

GHD Unplugged gift set | AU$495 AU$396 at GHD (save AU$99)

The GHD Unplugged is one of our favourite hair straighteners, and you can currently nab this luxe gift set for 20% off. It includes the cordless hair straightener, plus a mini paddle brush and carry case, now for AU$396. We should note that its run time is lower than average, but if you can get past that it’s a good buy at this price.

What is Afterpay Day?

Afterpay Day happens twice a year in Australia, with one event in March and another in August. It’s a huge sale across multiple retailers, with Afterpay Day deals available both in-store and online. In previous sales, we’ve seen thousands of products with discounts of up to 70% off.

Despite the name, you usually don’t need to use Afterpay (a Buy Now Pay Later service) to score all these savings. For the most part, anyone can shop Afterpay Day deals, but some retailers may require you to checkout using Afterpay.

Afterpay Day deals aren’t limited to just one department, so you’ll be able to search for savings across tech, appliances, homewares, fashion, beauty, travel and more.

What date is Afterpay Day 2023?

The upcoming instalment of Afterpay Day is landing on Thursday, March 16 and will wrap up on Sunday, March 19, 2023. That’s four days for you to dig through deals and find the best bargains. We’re here to help, and will be highlighting the best discounts on this page to make sure you don’t miss out.

How often is there an Afterpay Day sale?

We typically see two Afterpay Day sales every year – one in March and one in August. Each Afterpay Day sale usually runs for four days.

How long do Afterpay Day sales last?

Afterpay Day sale events now run for four days, typically starting on a Thursday and ending on a Sunday.

Afterpay Day 2023: best sales from last year


Nintendo Switch | AU$469 AU$364.65 on Big W eBay (AU$104.35 off)

Last August, the Nintendo Switch was only AU$364.65 on Big W’s eBay store, which is 22% off. The Switch console gives you the flexibility of both a home and portable console, though it lacks the power of a PlayStation or Xbox. This Afterpay Day, keep an eye out for deals on the regular Switch and Switch OLED.


Samsung T7 1TB SSD | AU$229 AU$148.75 on Bing Lee eBay (AU$80.25 off)

At the time of last year’s Afterpay Day in August, this was one of the best deals we’d seen on the Samsung T7 1TB portable SSD. It was available through Bing Lee’s official eBay store, and was a massive 35% off.


Sony 65-inch X85J 4K smart TV | AU$2,299 AU$1,722 on Appliances Online eBay (AU$577 off)

This 65-inch Google TV-powered Sony Bravia set was 25% off during the last Afterpay Day in August 2022. That discount saved you AU$577, and got you great picture quality, plus good features if you wanted to use it for gaming.


Garmin Forerunner 245 | AU$579 AU$289 from Rebel Sport (AU$290 off)

During Afterpay Day in 2022, you could score a massive 50% off this Garmin watch from Rebel Sport. While the Garmin Forerunner 245 can feel a little cheap with its plastic case, it’s still a good lightweight option with fantastic battery life.


Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Plus | AU$1,199 AU$679.15 from Dyson eBay (AU$519.85 off)

We typically see about AU$400 off the Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute Plus, but last year’s Afterpay Day delivered an additional discount. It was solid saving of just under AU$520 – perfect if you were looking for a Dyson upgrade that wouldn’t cost as much as the newer models.


Lego Technic the Batmobile | AU$149 AU$101.32 from Big W eBay (AU$47.68 off)

There was a bunch of Lego sets getting discounted during the last Afterpay Day sale, with the best of the bunch available from Big W’s eBay store. This particular Batman set saw a AU$47 discount, but plenty of other options were also available.

What is Afterpay?

As mentioned above, Afterpay is a Buy Now Pay Later service. As explained by our colleagues at Mozo, this isn’t an entirely new concept, as it’s reminiscent of more traditional lay-by services, the main exception being, you get your goods upfront.

Afterpay is one of the largest Buy Now Pay Later services in Australia, and it allows customers to divide a single purchase into four interest-free fortnightly instalments. When using Afterpay, keep in mind that you will need to pay a AU$10 late fee if your repayments aren’t made in time.

Jasmine Gearie
Ecommerce editor

Jasmine Gearie is an ecommerce editor at TechRadar Australia, with a primary focus on helping readers cut through the jargon to find the best mobile and internet plans for their needs. She crunches the numbers to maintain dedicated guides to the latest phones, NBN and broadband plans of all types, and covers the important telco industry news. She also hunts down tech deals on laptops, phones, gaming consoles and more, so readers know where to buy the products they want for the cheapest prices.

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