Amazon's Mid-Year Sale 2024 has ended – but these 60 deals are still worth checking out

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Amazon’s Mid-Year Sale for another year has ended. This week-long sale – which started on Saturday, June 1 and ended on Friday, June 7 – is the online retailer’s EOFY sale in all but name. 

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And while the sale has officially ended, there are still some deals we think are worth highlighting.

The next time you'll be able to find some seriously great deals on Amazon is in July when the retailer hosts is annual Prime Day sale. This one's mostly for paying Prime members, with offers even better than what we're seeing now.

The Mid-Year Sale, though, is open to anyone keen to save a pretty penny and, if you use the item(s) for work, they become tax deductible too – so hold on to your receipts.

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Phones & tablets

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G (128GB) | AU$699 AU$599

Samsung Galaxy A55 5G (128GB) | AU$699 AU$599 (save AU$100)

In our Samsung Galaxy A55 review, it wasn't just its stylish design that caught our eye. As well as being a pretty handset, the A55 also provides fantastic battery life and performance at this price range. Whether you're gaming, trying your hand at photography or watching movies, the Galaxy A55 will handle it all proficiently – and look dang good doing it. And while it was AU$41 cheaper during the sale itself, this AU$100 saving is still a decent offer.

Samsung Galaxy S9 FE (Wi-Fi, 128GB) | AU$749 AU$524

Samsung Galaxy S9 FE (Wi-Fi, 128GB) | AU$749 AU$524 (save AU$225)

Thanks to a generous 30% discount, Samsung's cheapest 'premium' 2023 tablet from the S family is now really good value. It packs a 10.9-inch screen, 13+ hours of battery life and even includes an S Pen stylus for writing and drawing. Available in Silver, Lavender and Grey colourways in the 128GB Wi-Fi option, there's also varying discounts for the entire Tab S9 FE family at present, too:

Wi-Fi, 256GB | AU$899 AU$627
5G, 128GB | AU$949 AU$664
5G, 256GB | AU$1,099 AU$797

Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) |AU$1,099AU$885

Apple iPhone 13 (128GB) | AU$1,099 AU$885 (save AU$214)

Arguably the best price we've seen on the base iPhone 13 model, but this rather rare 19% discount is only on the 128GB models in a few colourways. Sure, it's now two generations old, but the A15 Bionic chip is still holding strong, offering good performance. If you really want a new iPhone that doesn't cost top dollar, you can still grab this one for just AU$885.

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max (256GB) | AU$2,199 AU$1,937

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max (256GB) | AU$2,199 AU$1,937 (save AU$262)

Apple discounts on the brand's current crop of flagships are usually pretty rare, so 12% off the latest iPhone 15 Pro Max model isn't something to scoff at. Forged in titanium, this model features a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display, an A17 chip and powerful camera system, and a new customisable action button. 

Laptops

Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 (Gen 9; 14-inch) | Ultra 7 155U / 32GB / 1TB SSD | AU$2,199 AU$1,799

Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 (Gen 9; 14-inch) | Ultra 7 155U / 32GB / 1TB SSD | AU$2,199 AU$1,799 (save AU$40)

This is the latest just-released Yoga Slim 7, in a variant you can't buy direct from Lenovo. As a comparison, the same Slim 7 model with 16GB RAM and a 512GB HDD is AU$1,639 from Lenovo after a 30% discount – making this a very affordable way to get the top-spec variant. Oh, and it also has an excellent 1920 x 1200 OLED screen (non touch) with 400 nit brightness and 1005 DCI-P3 colour.

2022 Apple MacBook Air (13.6-inch) M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSDAU$1,479.50AU$1,369

2022 Apple MacBook Air (13.6-inch) | M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD | AU$1,479.50 AU$1,369 (save AU$110.50)

Already listed at a price slightly lower than Apple's M2 Air RRP of AU$1,599, this is actually a AU$230 saving. That's about an average discount we usually see on MacBooks outside of a big sale, so if you aren't too fussed about the grunt from the M3 chip, the M2 chip is still powerful and worth considering when your budget doesn't extend too far.

Audio

Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless Special Edition | AU$624.95AU$385

Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless Special Edition | AU$624.95 AU$385 (save AU$239.95)

The Momentum 4 Wireless headphones comfortably hold their own amongst the best noise-cancelling headphones, owing to the fact they serve up a truly glorious sound that is realistically the best we’ve heard for the price. Their 60-hour battery life also has to be admired as rival pairs simply don’t come close. The huge AU$240 saving makes this a genuinely great deal and it makes the Momentum 4 Wireless even easier to recommend. 

Bose QuietComfort Ultra | AU$649AU$499

Bose QuietComfort Ultra | AU$649 AU$499 (save AU$150)

Amazon is matching its previous lowest price on Bose's latest set of flagship noise-cancelling headphones for its Mid-Year Sale, seeing the price of the Ultra over-ears drop to AU$499. As we expected ahead of their release, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra are a stunning set of headphones and comfortably the best when it comes to active noise-cancellation. Their sound quality is nothing short of exquisite, and the ability to turn any song into a Spatial Audio one thanks to Immersive Mode is just another gold star for it. The discount applies to both the white and black pairs. 

You can also snag them for AU$2 less at Kogan 

Bose QuietComfort Ultra earbuds | AU$449.95AU$364

Bose QuietComfort Ultra earbuds | AU$449.95 AU$364 (save AU$85.95)

Previously dropping as low as AU$313 on Amazon, this discount might not seem as good, but they're hard to ignore given they employ best-in-class ANC alongside Bose's signature, warm sound. And, as with their over-ear sibling, they benefit from Immersive Audio technology, which introduces spatial audio and head-tracking, no matter your source device or music streaming service of choice. We do think there are better fitting pairs on the market, but this pair from Bose still ranks among the very best overall. This discount is on the black and white pairs. 

Bose Ultra Open |AU$449.95AU$382.46

Bose Ultra Open | AU$449.95 AU$382.46 (save AU$67.49)

In our Bose Ultra Open review, we say that this pair of interesting earbuds are a "great success" for the brand, offering great sound and low leakage. They're also comfortable and easy to wear, so if you're keen on trying a set of open-ear earbuds, take advantage of this 15% discount on Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro (Graphite) |AU$349AU$179

Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro (Graphite) | AU$349 AU$179 (save AU$167.74)

They're arguably the best buds that Samsung has made and are a match made in heaven if you're using one of the South Korean electronics giant's phones. They're lightweight and comfortable design, and also deliver fantastic sound quality, with active noise cancellation and 360º spatial audio. What's more, the Graphite colourway is down to its lowest price of under AU$183.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 |AU$399.95AU$315

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 | AU$399.95 AU$315 (save AU$84.95)

They might have been succeeded by the fourth generation Momentum buds and were over AU$131 just days ago, but these are still an excellent set even at just 21% off. For your money, you're getting a beautiful soundstage, IPX4-certified water resistance and up to 30 hours of playback in total from the buds and the charging case.

Apple AirPods Max (Sky Blue) | AU$899AU$714

Apple AirPods Max (Sky Blue) | AU$899 AU$714 (save AU$185)

Apple's most premium headphones have dropped as low as AU$698 in the past, but this 21% is still worth considering if you've been keen on a pair, although it's only the Blue colourway that's this cheap. The AirPods Max combine mode-controlled noise-cancellation, big 40mm drivers with a comfortable memory foam design. You also get a host of smart tech, like 3D Spatial Audio.

Jabra Elite 10 | AU$379 AU$228

Jabra Elite 10 | AU$379 AU$228 (save AU$151)

If you're looking for comfort and powerful audio without spending premium prices, this Jabra Elite 10 deal is the one for you. We thoroughly enjoyed our time with them in our Jabra Elite 10 review, but their comfort, Dolby Atmos sound and call quality really stood out. If you need a pair of earbuds that won't leave your ears aching after hours of wear, there are few better options, especially at this reduced price.

Jabra Elite 8 Active | AU$329 AU$198

Jabra Elite 8 Active | AU$329 AU$198 (save AU$131)

As good an option for a long shift  at the gym as they are for a long-distance flight, our Jabra Elite 8 Active review resulted in a near-perfect 4.5 star rating for a reason. We absolutely loved how comfortable they were, as well as their powerful sound and super durable build. At only AU$199, they're a steal.

Bose SoundLink Flex | AU$249.95AU$149

Bose SoundLink Flex | AU$249.95 AU$149 (save AU$100.95)

We've seen the Bose SoundLink Flex drop to AU$129 before, but this AU$100 discount is also a good offer if you have the little extra cash for a good Bluetooth speaker. You get 12 hours of playback from a single charge, a lightweight, compact and wholly portable body, and a big Bose sound that is among the best in this class. Control comes via the accompanying app, your voice or onboard physical buttons, too. Oh, and it's IP67 rated to protect against dust and water, and it can even float in water, making it the ideal addition to pool parties. The discount price here is for the black, white, cypress green, stone blue and chilled lilac colours. 

Sony PS-LX310BT |AU$399AU$269

Sony PS-LX310BT | AU$399 AU$269 (save AU$130)

If you're looking to dust off old records without spending a fortune, this fully automatic Sony turntable might be a good option. While we haven't tested it ourselves, our colleagues at What Hi-Fi? liked it so much, they awarded it 5 stars! They said it has "oodles of features, effortless usability and entertaining sound". 

Wearables

Apple Watch 9 (41mm, GPS) |AU$649from AU$537
Lowest price

Apple Watch 9 (41mm, GPS) | AU$649 from AU$537 (save up to AU$112)

While the price of the 45mm display size has gone up, the low price of the Midnight model in the 41mm chassis is still hanging around. So if you've been dithering, hurry as this offer is not going to last. We can hope that there will be a better discount come Prime Day, but considering this is a coveted Apple product, there are no guarantees.

2022 Apple Watch SE (40mm, GPS) |AU$399AU$348

2022 Apple Watch SE (40mm, GPS) | AU$399 AU$348 (save AU$51)

While the Apple Watch SE isn't as full-featured as the Apple Watch 8 or 9, it still packs a fast processor, plus great health and fitness features. And to find an Apple Watch that costs less than AU$350 is a win in our books, especially when it's only AU$2 more than its lowest Aussie price.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 (40mm) | AU$649 AU$454

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 (40mm) | AU$649 AU$454 (save AU$195)

While we were a tad harsh in our Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 review, that was mostly due to a lack of iteration upon its predecessor but make no mistake, this is an excellent smartwatch that delivers incredible performance and efficiency in all areas. With awesome wellness features like a high heart-rate alert and fall detection, this watch shines as a partner to a Samsung Galaxy phone, but will still be an awesome addition to any Android user, even though the discounted price has increased by AU$50.

The bigger 44mm model is also available for just AU$487.

Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar | AU$1,099 AU$749

Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar | AU$1,099 AU$749 (save AU$350) 

While it might have been beaten out of our list of the best Garmin watches by newer models, this is still an excellent fitness smartwatch. In our Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar review back in 2022, we gave it a perfect five-star rating thanks to its mind-blowing 15-day battery and substantial arsenal of fitness features. With a daily readiness score, you'll know when it's time for a rest day and when you can go all-out, and the Garmin Forerunner 955 will be right there with you to make sure you're performing your best.

Garmin Vvoactive 4s smartwatch | AU$599 AU$299

Garmin Vívoactive 4s smartwatch | AU$599 AU$299 (save AU$300)

A stylish fitness smartwatch for less than AU$300? Yes please. In our Garmin Vívoactive 4 review, we absolutely loved the stack of fitness features it made available from your wrist, along with fantastic exercise and GPS tracking. The 4s has a smaller face that makes it perfect for slender wrists or those looking for a lower-profile smartwatch, and will still last up to seven days on a full charge. It's worth mentioning this watch is also available at Rebel and is AU$1 cheaper at JB Hi-Fi. If you want the latest and greatest, the Garmin Vívoactive 5 is also discounted.

Cameras

Canon EOS R6 Mark II (body) |AU$4,499AU$3,389

Canon EOS R6 Mark II (body) | AU$4,499 AU$3,389 (save AU$1,110)

With more sensor resolution than its predecessor, the EOS R6 II is a better camera than the original model. Speed and precision like its more expensive EOS R5 sibling, top-notch performance for a lower price tag, the EOS R6 II makes for one heck of a mid-range snapper. If you'd like a 24MP sensor and the ability to blast frames off at 40fps, then this is the camera you want.

Canon EOS R7 + RF-S 18-150mm lens|AU$2,899AU$2,318

Canon EOS R7 + RF-S 18-150mm lens | AU$2,899 AU$2,318 (save AU$581)

The Canon R7 is the top-spec APS-C model in the current EOS mirrorless range. You get a 32.5MP sensor, 4K/60p video capture (4K/30p oversampled from 7K), a max 30fps burst speed, and impressive AF performance for a good price. This bundle is good value especially as it throws in a versatile zoom lens for only a little more than the price of the body. There's also an additional AU$150 cashback offer from Canon you can claim via redemption.

Sony ZV-E1 (body; white)|AU$3,799|AU$2,719 on Amazon
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Sony ZV-E1 (body; white)|AU$3,799|AU$2,719 on Amazon (save AU$1,330 after cashback)

From YouTube and TikTok videos to basically any live streaming needs you might have, the Sony ZV-E1 is the perfect camera to shoot your vlogs. It's next level with stunning 4K video up to 120fps. Be sure to claim the AU$250 cashback from Sony after you make the purchase to get the full saving.

Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay |AU$239AU$178

Fujifilm Instax Mini LiPlay | AU$239 AU$178 (save AU$61)

A bit more 'mature' looking than the Instax Mini 12, this hybrid instant camera will not only take photos, but will also print out any existing snaps you might have on your phone. It's a printer and camera in one small package! All three colourways are now discounted by 26%.

Nextbase 622GW dash cam |AU$599AU$473.91

Nextbase 622GW dash cam | AU$599 AU$473.91 (save AU$125.09)

Listed right on top of our list of the best dash cams in Australia, the Nextbase 622GW boasts impressive 4K/30p video quality and a flagship feature set. This includes a rotating polarising filter in the front to reduce windshield glare and the inclusion of what3words geolocation services for pinpointing stricken vehicles within a 3m radius. It's worth every penny even at full price, and while it's previously had a whopping AU$226 discount, this AU$100 price drop is worth considering if you want a really good dash cam.

PC peripherals

Samsung T7 1TB (black) |AU$279AU$159

Samsung T7 1TB (black) | AU$279 AU$159 (save AU$120)

If you’re looking to add a serious speed boost to your backup gadget, you could do a hell of a lot worse than the Samsung T7 1TB SSD, found here with a generous 47% discount. It has dropped to AU$119 previously, but we think this is still pretty darn good for backup storage. Compatible with PC, Mac, Android devices, gaming consoles and more, there’s a lot of value in this small package.

Corsair HS80 Max wireless multiplatform gaming headset  | AU$279 AU$179

Corsair HS80 Max wireless multiplatform gaming headset  | AU$279 AU$179 (save AU$100)

This is the cheapest we have seen the excellent HS80 Max, and it's rarely under AU$200. This wireless gaming headset has both Bluetooth and 2.4GHz connectivity options, so will work with PC, Mac, PlayStation, mobile and devices and more, and runs for up to 65 hours. Grab one in white or steel grey and enjoy 36% off. 

Corsair M65 RGB Ultra gaming mouse | AU$119AU$85

Corsair M65 RGB Ultra gaming mouse | AU$119 AU$85 (save AU$34)

While you can often buy this gaming mouse around the AU$100 mark, this deal is even better at AU$85. You only get the black, wired mouse at this price. But it's a great option for gamers, and has 8 programmable buttons, a 26,000 DPI sensor and customisable RGB lighting. 

Razer DeathAdder V2 X Hyperspeed AU$109AU$69

Razer DeathAdder V2 X Hyperspeed | AU$109 AU$69 (save AU$40)

You don’t need to pay a fortune to get yourself a good gaming mouse – the Razer DeathAdder V2 X Hyperspeed might be a bit older, but it’s still a great peripheral especially with a 47% discount. We reviewed the wired Razer DeathAdder V2, and found it to be a versatile choice for both work and play, offering a comfortable design and buttons that you can customise to your needs.

ASUS RT-AX3000P dual band Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) routerAU$249AU$169

ASUS RT-AX3000P dual band Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) router | AU$249 AU$169 (save AU$80)

This ultra fast Wi-Fi router was a huge 44% off last week but a 32% discount isn't too bad either if you'd like a great way to upgrade your network. It's Wi-Fi 6 ready, and works with the ASUS AiMesh system for whole home network coverage. The AX3000P is good for 3000 Mbps total throughput, translating to excellent performance.

TP-Link AC1200 Deco E4 (3-Pack) Mesh Networking | AU$169AU$107

TP-Link AC1200 Deco E4 (3-Pack) Mesh Networking | AU$169 AU$107 (save AU$62)

Make the jump to mesh networking, thanks to 36% off from TP-Link. The Deco E4 is dual band with 1200Mbps of throughput, and also connects to other Deco products to easily build out your home network and avoid any dead zones.

Or if you want higher performance, check out the Deco X55 AX3000 WiFi 6 3-Pack – 30% off, now AU$349.

TP-Link Archer AX55 Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Router | AU$179 AU$117.30

TP-Link Archer AX55 Gigabit Wi-Fi 6 AX3000 Router | AU$179 AU$117.30 (save AU$61.70)

Need higher performance Wi-Fi? TP-Link has you covered, with 34% off the Archer AX55 Wi-Fi router. Get your Wi-Fi 6 on, with up to 2402 Mbps of bandwidth on 5GHz, and 574 Mbps on the 2.4GHz band. You also get four Gigabit LAN ports, and a WAN port for connecting to your internet.

If you want even more performance, then the TP-Link AX5400 Wi-Fi router is AU$199 – an almost as good 33% off.

TP-Link AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender with Ethernet |AU$59AU$44

TP-Link AC750 Wi-Fi Range Extender with Ethernet | AU$59 AU$44 (save AU$15)

25% off the TP-Link RE205 makes it easy to banish annoying dead spots in your home Wi-Fi coverage. The unit is dual band with 750Mbps of throughput and has a 10/100Mbps Ethernet port for extra flexibility. It's also compatible with other TP-Link OneMesh devices, for easy mesh networking. 

Ugreen HDMI Bidirectional Splitter Switch 4K 60Hz | AU$23.99AU$17

Ugreen HDMI Bidirectional Splitter Switch 4K 60Hz | AU$23.99 AU$17 (save AU$6.99)

Need to connect two devices to the one HDMI port? Or split the one HDMI output to two different displays? The Ugreen HDMI switch has you covered, and is currently 29% off. It operates at up to 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution at 60Hz, or 1080P at 144Hz. 

Smart home

Fire TV Stick 4K | AU$119 AU$67

Fire TV Stick 4K | AU$119 AU$67 (save AU$52)

If you're not happy with your smart TV's interface or you're missing any specific apps, the Fire TV Stick 4K is an easy and affordable way to fix that. Just plug it into an HDMI port on your telly and you're ready to stream. While it has been cheaper before, it's still a good investment at AU$67. 

Echo Pop | AU$79AU$49

Echo Pop | AU$79 AU$49 (save AU$30)

The Echo Pop might be an entry-level smart speaker but it's more than capable of handling a whole bunch of tasks, including putting Alexa at your beck and call. Sound quality ain't bad too and it picks up your voice brilliantly. Check the weather, stream music, set up a calendar and do more for just AU$49. It has been down to AU$29 during Prime Day and Black Friday last year, so if you can wait till July, you may get it for less.

Echo Dot (5th gen) | AU$99 AU$69

Echo Dot (5th gen) | AU$99 AU$69 (save AU$30) 

This tiny orb offers impressive audio for a smart speaker, again putting Alexa at your beck and call. Follow recipes as they're read out to your, listen to audiobooks and do plenty more, including controlling other connected smart devices with this smart speaker – now AU$30 less than its RRP.

Echo Show 5 (2nd gen) |AU$119AU$89

Echo Show 5 (2nd gen) | AU$119 AU$89 (save AU$30)

It's already quite affordable for a smart display, but a small 25% discount is always welcome. This little smart hub gets you all the Alexa skills you could ever need, plus a visual way to control your connected smart devices, if you have any. You can stream music, set up a calendar or reminders, call the family over to the dinner table, check the weather, watch video clips and make video calls, just to name a few of its many functions via its 5.5-inch HD display.

Echo Show 15 |AU$399AU$309

Echo Show 15 | AU$399 AU$309 (save AU$90)

It's an expensive smart display but the Echo Show 15 can double not just as an Alexa hub, but also as a digital photo frame and a tiny TV too on a 1080p 15.6-inch screen via Amazon's Fire TV operating system. You get quick access to all your other smart devices, speak to Alexa whenever you need to, make video calls and do much more – all for 23% off.

If you'd like the Echo Show 15 with a remote, the bundle is discounted AU$363, which is 19% off the usual RRP.

Ring Video Doorbell Pro & Ring Chime (2nd-gen) | AU$369 AU$279

Ring Video Doorbell Pro & Ring Chime (2nd-gen) | AU$369 AU$279 (save AU$90)

Get the full picture with this bundle, offering head-to-toe HD video, colour night vision and advanced motion settings. Like other Ring doorbells, it can be hardwired into your electrical system or run off its rechargeable battery. This bundle also comes with the Ring Chime Pro, which amplifies any doorbell or notification throughout your home. 

If you don't need the Chime, you can opt for the No-Drill Mount bundle discounted to AU$249 (down from AU$378) that allows for a screw-free, easy installation.

Ring Floodlight Cam Plus (wired) | AU$299 AU$179

Ring Floodlight Cam Plus (wired) | AU$299 AU$179 (save AU$120)

Looking to lock up your home security with minimal fuss? There is no better combination of ease, value and security than the Ring Floodlight Cam, and this wired version means you'll never have to worry about it running out of battery. With two-way talk, a siren and motion-activated floodlights, you can sleep easy knowing the Ring Floodlight Cam has an eye on your home and, at this price, it's easy to recommend.

TP-Link Tapo Smart Video Doorbell (battery) |AU$299AU$169

TP-Link Tapo Smart Video Doorbell (battery) | AU$299 AU$169 (save AU$130)

If you're not too keen on Amazon's own Ring video doorbells, consider the Tapo ecosystem. Typically cheaper than most other smart home systems, this battery-powered Tapo smart doorbell offers 2K colour footage via a 5MP lens, even at night. You get head-to-toe views and it allows you to record a response if you don't want to talk to anyone at your door. It also boasts IP67 waterproofing and a decent 180-day battery life. 

TP-Link Tapo Mini Smart Wi-Fi Socket |AU$22AU$15

TP-Link Tapo Mini Smart Wi-Fi Socket | AU$22 AU$15 (save AU$7)

It's already remarkably affordable, but an additional 22% discount is always welcome on a smart plug, because that means you can pick up a few to use around the house. These plugs allow you to turn any old lamp or small appliance into a smart one. For example, you can set your kettle to start at a specific time each morning or get your lights to come on at, say, 6pm each evening. You can control them remotely too or with voice commands through Alexa or Google Assistant. It's a lot cheaper than actually changing the tech you have at home.

Video games

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95 AU$44

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95 AU$44 (save AU$65.95)

As one of 2023's best games, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor delivers solid gameplay, a captivating story and beyond-stunning visuals. Playing as Jedi-in-hiding Cal Ketsis, the game combines lightsaber combat with rewarding exploration, which will thrill Star Wars fans new and old. 

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95AU$49

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (PlayStation 5) | AU$109.95 AU$49 (save AU$56.95)

Thanks to its immersive gameplay and visually stunning backdrop amid the action, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora was quite the pleasant surprise when it launched. Ride on the back of a banshee as you play as a Na'vi and explore the seemingly vast lands that James Cameron's universe has to offer, plus save a pretty penny as it's down to its lowest price yet of just AU$53 for the PS5 edition.  

Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth (PlayStation 5) | AU$119.95 AU$69

Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth (PlayStation 5) | AU$119.95 AU$69 (save AU$44)

Considering it was released in February, seeing a 37% discount in Amazon right now is fantastic. Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth is a thrilling, visually stunning reimagination of the beloved classic game set in the world of Midgar and worth adding to your PS5 library if you haven't tried it yet. 

Dragon's Dogma 2 Lenticular Edition for PS5AU$99AU$69 on Amazon

Dragon's Dogma 2 Lenticular Edition for PS5 | AU$99 AU$69 on Amazon (save AU$30)

Released in March, Capcom's follow-up to the cult PS3-era RPG has been very well received, even if it did feel like a fairly safe modernisation on the original. If you're looking for an open world fantasy RPG that rewards quick thinking, improvisation, and dragon climbing, Dragon's Dogma 2 is probably the best option this side of Baldur's Gate 3.