EOFY is officially over, but you can still buy these 40+ deals

EOFY 2024 sales: quick links

The annual EOFY sales in Australia have now finished, marking the end of what is one of the biggest shopping sales events in the country. Our attention is now going to be focused on the upcoming Amazon Prime Day in July – and further to Black Friday – but some of 2024's EOFY deals are still hanging around. 

While it's certainly going to be the case that the number of deals still available will drop dramatically, the fact remains some retailers will still have leftover stock that they want to get rid of – which is great news for us as customers. But, we really don't expect EOFY deals still live will hang around for much longer, so this really is going to be your last chance to snap up a bargain. 

• More EOFY coverage: EOFY laptop deals | Samsung EOFY deals | Apple EOFY deals

As ever, we've cherrypicked only the top products with good prices from the most trusted retailers, listing them here in an easy-to-navigate page. If you see something you like, click through to buy before it's too late. 

Best EOFY deals still available

Samsung S90D 55-inch QD-OLED TV | AU$3,299AU$1,945 at Appliance Central

Samsung S90D 55-inch QD-OLED TV | AU$3,299 AU$1,945 at Appliance Central (save AU$1,354)

Samsung's latest mid-range TV for 2024 has received a mega AU$1,354 saving at Appliance Central, more than we've seen in a long time. While the online retailer doesn't technically advertise deals as being part of EOFY, they are still among the best we can find, which is why we've included them here. We haven't yet put this model under the thorough TechRadar microscope, but based on our experience of its higher-specced S95D sibling and the fact it has the excellent S90C as its starting point, we can make a logical assumption it's going to be a great performer.

If you want to own one of the latest and greatest TVs, this deal is for you.

Other sizes: 65-inch: AU$2,775

Other stores: The Good Guys – AU$1,995 | Samsung AU – AU$2,143

Canon EOS R7 + RF-S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens |AU$2,899AU$2,206 on Amazon

Canon EOS R7 + RF-S 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens | AU$2,899 AU$2,206 on Amazon (save AU$693)

Just AU$4 more than the EOFY deal price we saw is still great value for this Canon camera kit in our opinion. An ideal solution any budding photographer, this single lens kit offers up high speed RAW capture, the same autofocus prowess as its pricier R-series siblings, dual SD cards, 4K video and a 32.3MP sensor. Throw in 40fps continuous shooting and in-body stabilisation and you have yourself a terrific, talented shooter.

Shark IZ102 Cordless Vacuum | $549.99 AU$277 on Amazon

Shark IZ102 Cordless Vacuum | $549.99 AU$277 on Amazon (save AU$272.99)

The Shark IZ102 is our favourite budget stick vacuum, and it firmly retains that title given the fact its EOFY deal price is still active. We have noticed a long delivery time though, just something to think about it plan on grabbing one. 

Samsung 990 Pro 2TB SSD w/heatsink | AU$389AU$295

Samsung 990 Pro 2TB SSD w/heatsink | AU$389 AU$295 (save AU$94)

Slightly higher than the lowest price we saw just a week ago, this is still a great deal on the superb 990 Pro SSD. Fully compatible with PS5 thanks to its built-in heatsink, but also plenty powerful for use in a PC, it's one of the best we've ever tested. The 1TB model also gets a 26% discount.

All the best EOFY 2024 deals


Dell XPS laptops | 10% off select models with exclusive code

Dell XPS laptops | 10% off select models with exclusive code

If you've been keen on picking up a Dell XPS machine directly from the brand's online store, you can save 10% on the list price of select models by using our exclusive discount code. Head to our dedicated Dell coupon page, click on the 'Get Unique Code' button to shop the XPS range. Dell promises to have low prices every day, and our exclusive offer will see that price drop a little more.

Dell is also offering 2x Dell Rewards during the EOFY period, giving back up to 6% on purchases that to be used towards your next purchase.

2022 Apple MacBook Air (13.6-inch) M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSDAU$1,599AU$1,349 on JB Hi-Fi

2022 Apple MacBook Air (13.6-inch) | M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD | AU$1,599 AU$1,349 on JB Hi-Fi (save AU$250)

The M2 Air is AU$1,599 from Apple, so this is 15% off, which is one of the higher discounts we have seen for Apple products. No longer available at Amazon, JB Hi-Fi is now the place to go. You can grab the 512GB model for AU$1,549.

HP Laptop (17-cn3029TU) i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD AU$1,999AU$999 at HP

HP Laptop (17-cn3029TU) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$1,999 AU$999 at HP (save AU$1,000)

Kitted out with a decently powerful Intel i7-1355U CPU, 16GB of RAM, a large 512GB SSD and monster 17.3-inch display, the HP Laptop (yes, that is the actual name) is currently 50% off. The IPS display has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, 300-nit brightness and covers 45% of the NTSC colour space. It can run for up to 10 hours unplugged thanks to the 41Wh battery, includes Wi-Fi 6 and has a full-size backlit keyboard with numpad.

Or grab the otherwise identical i5-1334U variant (HP Laptop 17-cn3030TU) for AU$899 (save AU$800) – 47% off.

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 (15-fe0047TU) i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD AU$2,699AU$1,592 at HP

HP Envy x360 2-in-1 (15-fe0047TU) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$2,699 AU$1,592 at HP (save AU$1,107)

Packing in a 13th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU along with 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, this convertible also has a 1080p 15.6-inch touchscreen that conveniently folds in on itself as well. It's a great option if you need a versatile laptop for work or study, but if you're looking for something to use to pursue creative means, check out the slightly lower-spec i5 variant (15-fe0022TU), that has a 400 nit, 100% sRGB display and is AU$1,187 (save AU$1,012).

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 11) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$3,779 AU$2,557

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 11) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$3,779 AU$2,557 (save AU$1,062)

Currently 30% off, this ThinkPad has a solid base spec that underpins the rest of the business-focused features. The 14-inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200) display is bright (400-nits), covers 100% of the sRGB spectrum and can fold through 180º to lay flat. The X1 also has dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, a 1080p facial recognition webcam, a quad mic array (with noise cancellation), Zoom certification, and Intel Unison phone link.

Dell G15 5535 Gaming Laptop | Ryzen 7 / 16GB / 512GB / RTX 4060 |AU$1,618.10AU$1,504.84 from Dell

Dell G15 5535 Gaming Laptop | Ryzen 7 / 16GB / 512GB / RTX 4060 | AU$1,618.10 AU$1,504.84 from Dell (save $113.27)

To score 7% off the Dell G15, you need to grab an exclusive code from our Dell coupon page and apply it when checking out. Now you might be thinking, 7% off – is that all? But this G15 is already a great deal, just Dell no longer shows the original price. And AU$1,504.84 (or even the full AU$1,618.10) is a excellent price for a big 15.6-inch laptop with a RTX 4060 GPU and a 1920 x 1080, 165Hz G-Sync screen with 100% sRGB colour – even if you aren't a gamer.

Lenovo Legion Pro 5i 16-inch (Gen 9) | Core i9-14900HX / 16GB / 1TB SSD / RTX 4070 | AU$3,399 AU$2,599 from Centre Com

Lenovo Legion Pro 5i 16-inch (Gen 9) | Core i9-14900HX / 16GB / 1TB SSD / RTX 4070 | AU$3,399 AU$2,599 from Centre Com (save AU$800)

The Legion Pro 5i takes the already excellent Legion 5i to the next level, with an i9 CPU, upgraded higher spec screen and beefier cooling. This is a 16GB variant not sold direct from Lenovo, who have the same model with 32GB of RAM on sale for AU$2,919.

AMD lovers might also want to consider the Legion 5i, with the Ryzen 7 7745HX, 32GB RAM, RTX 4070 model for the same AU$2,599 (35% off RRP) direct from Lenovo.

PC peripherals

MSI Pro MP341CQW 34-inch 21:9 UWQHD 100Hz monitor |AU$599now AU$348 from MSY

MSI Pro MP341CQW 34-inch 21:9 UWQHD 100Hz monitor | AU$599 now AU$348 from MSY (save AU$251)

41% off this ultra-widescreen curved monitor from MSI is a great way to get dual-screen productivity on the cheap – especially for those using a MacBook limited to just one external display. The 3440 x 1440 VA panel manages an excellent 116.25% of the sRGB colour gamut and has dual HDMI inputs, plus DisplayPort, for easy use with multiple devices.

MSI G321Q 31.5-inch WQHD 170Hz Esports monitor |AU$479now AU$398 from MSY

MSI G321Q 31.5-inch WQHD 170Hz Esports monitor | AU$479 now AU$398 from MSY (save AU$81)

While 17% off RRP might not seem like the biggest discount, this is an all time low price for the G321Q. The big 31.5-inch monitor has a 2560 x 1440 resolution, 1ms response time (MPRT) and a 170Hz refresh rate that supports G-Sync over DisplayPort – making it ideal for chasing higher frame rates.

While MSY has the best deal, you can grab the G321Q for a few dollars more from retailers such as PC Case Gear, MWave and Computer Alliance.

Gigabyte M32UC 31.5-inch 4K 144Hz curved gaming monitor |AU$999AU$779 from Scorptec

Gigabyte M32UC 31.5-inch 4K 144Hz curved gaming monitor | AU$999 AU$779 from Scorptec (save AU$220)

Currently 22% off, the big 31.5-inch M32UC is ready for you to get your 4K game on. Note that this is the curved variant of the monitor, for a more immersive gaming experience. The 3840 x 2160 VA panel has a 144Hz (160Hz OC) variable refresh rate, a 1ms response time (2ms GTG) and displays 93% DCI-P3 colour (123% sRGB). It also has a built in KVM and USB-C, for easy use with multiple devices, including gaming consoles.

Samsung T7 1TB (black) |AU$279AU$152 on Amazon

Samsung T7 1TB (black) | AU$279 AU$152 on Amazon (save AU$127)

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 44% 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.

If you need more storage, the 2TB model also gets a 52% discount.

Smartphones & tablets

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

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

Also available at JB Hi-Fi for the same price.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra (512GB; Titanium Black) |AU$2,399AU$2,069 at Kogan

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra (512GB; Titanium Black) | AU$2,399 AU$2,069 at Kogan (save AU$330)

If you don't have a phone to trade in, then Kogan has one of the best prices we can currently find on the 512GB model at AU$2,069. Known for its focus on productivity and photography prowess, this is one heck of a tax-time investment, particularly if you'll also use it for work as it then also becomes tax deductible.

If you happen to be a Kogan First member, you can save an additional AU$20.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 (128GB, Wi-Fi) | AU$1,299AU$898 at Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 (128GB, Wi-Fi) | AU$1,299 AU$898 at Amazon (save AU$401)

Amazon doesn't technically get involved with EOFY sales itself, but we'd feel remiss to not include this deal on the Galaxy Tab S9. The 'entry-level' model in the Tab S9 series, this 11-inch tablet offers speedy performance and comes with an S-Pen stylus included to get you up and running with doodles and note taking. If you need more storage, the 256GB model is also on sale at AU$898 (down from AU$1,499).

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

Samsung Galaxy S9 FE (Wi-Fi, 128GB) | AU$749 AU$524 at Amazon (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. Only select colours and storage options are left, so you'll need to hurry if you want one for yourself.

INIU B64 140W 27,000 mAh Power Bank | AU$119.99 AU$95.99 at Amazon

INIU B64 140W 27,000 mAh Power Bank | AU$119.99 AU$95.99 at Amazon (save AU$24)

This saving is thanks to a 20% off coupon from INIU – just click apply 20% coupon and proceed to the checkout. The INIU B64 has up to a massive 140W output for fast charging laptops, but is just as well suited to phones. The large capacity 27,000mAh (99.9Wh) power bank is flight safe, can charge 3 devices at once and is backed by a leading 3-year warranty.

Want something smaller or cheaper? The 100W / 25,000mAh B63 is also on sale for AU$89.99.

Home entertainment

LG C4 OLED TV (65-inch) | AU$4,299AU$2,860 at Appliance Central

LG C4 OLED TV (65-inch) | AU$4,299 AU$2,860 at Appliance Central (save AU$1,429)

Appliance Central didn't officially get in on the EOFY action, but its prices are still some of the lowest we've seen, especially on the LG C4. A perfect OLED TV for most homes, serving up great brightness and a new Dolby Vision Filmmaker Mode for more accurate movie representation and it's an absolute boon for gamers with up to 144Hz support when connected to a PC.

Other stores: The Good Guys: AU$2,995 | JB Hi-Fi: AU$2,924

LG C4 OLED TV (55-inch) | AU$3,299AU$2,180 at Appliance Central

LG C4 OLED TV (55-inch) | AU$3,299 AU$2,180 at Appliance Central (save AU$1,119)

We did see the price of the 55-inch variant of the LG G4 drop lower during EOFY proper, but this is still a sensational price on what is one of the best screens of 2024.

Other stores: The Good Guys: AU$2,195 | JB Hi-Fi: AU$2,215

TCL C855 (65-inch) | AU$2,995AU$1,850 at Appliance Central

TCL C855 (65-inch) | AU$2,995 AU$1,850 at Appliance Central (save AU$1,145)

Possibly the lowest price we've yet seen on TCL's premium QD Mini-LED set for 2024. We haven't reviewed this latest model just yet (it's on its way), but with the C845 as its starting point (our favourite budget TV from 2023) we have high hopes for its performance. TCL has applied 2.5 times the number of local dimming zones compared to the C845, which should result in far greater brightness control.

Samsung Q990D Dolby Atmos soundbar | AU$1,995AU$1,345 at Appliance Central

Samsung Q990D Dolby Atmos soundbar | AU$1,995 AU$1,345 at Appliance Central (save AU$650)

The Samsung Q990D delivers a confident and impressive Dolby Atmos sound performance. Vocals and dialogue are clear and detailed, bass is handled expertly by the included wireless subwoofer and it also accepts music streams from myriad sources, making it a truly versatile living room upgrade.

JBL Spinner BT (black/orange) | AU$649.95AU$488 on Amazon

JBL Spinner BT (black/orange) | AU$649.95 AU$488 on Amazon (save AU$161.95)

Our esteemed colleagues at What Hi-Fi? said this turntable from JBL (one of its first ever two to be released at the same time) is a surefire winner in the budget space. It has a great quality built-in phono output making connection to an amplifier as easy as possible (but you can by pass it if you wish) or you can stream via Bluetooth to a wireless speaker.

Headphones and speakers

Apple AirPods Pro 2 (USB-C) | AU$399AU$297

Apple AirPods Pro 2 (USB-C) | AU$399 AU$297 (save AU$102)

The AirPods Pro 2 hit their lowest price, now yours for a smidge under AU$300. They're an excellent pair of noise-cancelling in-ears, especially for iPhone owners, capable of drowning out virtually all external sounds. This model is the latest and comes with a charging case that recharges via USB-C cable.

Other stores: JB Hi-Fi: AU$297

Bose QuietComfort Ultra | AU$649AU$499 on Amazon

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

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.

Also available direct from Bose for AU$499.95.

Bose QuietComfort Ultra earbuds | AU$449.95AU$369 on Amazon

Bose QuietComfort Ultra earbuds | AU$449.95 AU$369 on Amazon (save AU$80.95)

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.

Also available direct from Bose for AU$369.95.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349AU$177 at Kogan
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Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349 AU$177 at Kogan (save AU$172)

Kogan has an incredible deal on the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro ahead of EOFY in Australia. At better than half price, this is an absolute bargain on what is a fantastic set of noise-cancelling in-ear headphones. If you own a Galaxy smartphone (or you fancy buying one of the models above) then these are a fantastic accompaniment, delivering superb sound and a snug, comfortable fit.

Kogan First members save an additional AU$10.

Jabra Elite 10 | AU$379 AU$230 on Amazon

Jabra Elite 10 | AU$379 AU$230 on Amazon (save AU$149)

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.

Bose SoundLink Flex | AU$249.95AU$149 on Amazon

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

The Bose SoundLink Flex is a great portable Bluetooth speaker that delivers a confident and loud audio performance. It is ultimately limited by its size, so don't expect it to be the main source for a room full of people, but there's no denying it's a confident performer. We also like how you can control it using physical buttons, your voice or the companion app. While it's certainly not short of competition, the Bose does enough to earn your consideration. It's also available in a range of colours, all of which are on sale.

Also available at Bose for AU$149.95.

JBL Clip 4 | AU$89.95AU$55 on Amazon

JBL Clip 4 | AU$89.95 AU$55 on Amazon (save AU$34.95)

The JBL Clip 4 is an ultra-compact, ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker that has a built-in carabiner clip so it can attach to a multitude of surfaces and objects. It's protected against water and dust thanks to an IP67 rating, too, making it ideal for securing to your shower for morning singalongs. It's surprisingly powerful considering its small stature, and can be picked up with a decent saving in a number of fun colours.

Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 | AU$99.95AU$89 on Audion

Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 | AU$99.95 AU$89 on Audion (save AU$10.95)

If you're looking for an ultra-compact Bluetooth speaker that delivers a scintillating sound, then you're looking right at it. We were genuinely astounded with the loud, distortion-free sound this little box could produce in our Tribit Stormbox Micro 2 review, and felt its original price was actually already a bargain. It may have only been discounted by AU$11, but it makes a steal of a speaker even sweeter.