The best EOFY 2023 sales and deals still available

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Now that tax time is here, most retailers  will have wrapped up EOFY sales for 2023. There are still a few deals on offer, though most of these will be ending in the first week of  July so you won't want to wait if there's a saving that catches your eye.

Whether you want a new TV or are after a new laptop, there were huge deals in this big sales event to suit your needs. Highlights in the 2023 sale included a whopping AU$900 off the Samsung S90C 55-inch TV, 10% off the 2022 MacBook Air and even AU$250 off the Dyson Airwrap, a saving we don't often see on the fantastic hair styling tool.

Scroll down to check out the top tech deals still available in the 2023 EOFY sales in early July. If you want to see the latest deals check out our best tech deals in Australia page for regular bargains.

Today's best EOFY sales

EOFY sales 2023: best deals still available

Apple MacBook Pro (2021, 16-inch) M1 Pro / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD AU$3,746AU$2,922 at Amazon

Apple MacBook Pro (2021, 16-inch) | M1 Pro / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$3,746 AU$2,922 at Amazon (save AU$824)

Sure, it's an older model now, but a saving of AU$824 is a pretty sweet deal if you've been holding out for a 16-inch MacBook Pro. Its got beefy specs all round, boasting 16GB of RAM paired with a 1TB SSD, along with the powerful M1 Pro chip. Plus its 16-inch Liquid Retina XDR display is also a nice touch, offering a wide and vibrant colour range that's great if you're looking for something for work.

Buy any Samsung Galaxy S23 and get bonus Galaxy Watch 5from AU$1,149

Buy any Samsung Galaxy S23 and get bonus Galaxy Watch 5 | from AU$1,149 (save AU$200 + bonus Watch 5 valued at AU$649)

A bonus smart watch is a pretty hard deal to match. Not only will you be scoring a new handset from Samsung's S23 range, but you're getting AU$649 of value with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 (44mm). There's a range of participating retailers in this deal, and you can check out Samsung's website for the full list, along with the terms and conditions of the offer. Ends on July 3.

LG 55-inch C3 OLED TVAU$3,295AU$2,470 on Appliance Central

LG 55-inch C3 OLED TV | AU$3,295 AU$2,470 on Appliance Central (save AU$825)

It's rare to find such a new TV on sale, but Appliance Central has delivered a saving of AU$825 on the 55-inch LG C3 OLED TV. Released in March 2023, this TV makes some key improvements over the C2, with update picture processing technology, and the smart TV interface, webOS, getting a neat overhaul to make navigation even easier.

PS5 God of War disc console bundleAU$904.95AU$789 on Amazon

PS5 God of War disc console bundle | AU$904.95 AU$789 on Amazon (save AU$255.95)

This deal on Amazon brings the PlayStation 5 bundled with the 2022 release, God of War: Ragnarok, down to AU$789. In this deal you're getting the disc version of the console as well, so you don't have to rely on digital copies of games to play. Plus, we really liked God of War: Ragnarok, even giving the game a full 5-star rating in our review.

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds IIAU$430AU$349.95 on Amazon

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II | AU$430 AU$349.95 on Amazon (save AU$84.05)

We've seen these buds at a lower price, but even with 20% ff, they're a fantastic deal. With fantastic noise cancellation and Bose's brilliant and warm sound profile, you won't go wrong with these true wireless earbuds. Amazon's offering the best price for these earbuds, but you can also nab them directly from Bose for AU$349.95.

Dyson Airwrap Complete AU$949AU$699 at Dyson

Dyson Airwrap Complete | AU$949 AU$699 at Dyson (save AU$250)

Dyson's Airwrap doesn't often pick up a discount, especially directly from the brand's site. So if you've been holding out for one of these convenient and effortless hair stylers that use air instead of heat to create luxurious curls, then now's a great time to nab one as it's scored a AU$250 saving directly from Dyson.

EverDesk MaxAU$949from AU$749 at NorthDay

EverDesk Max | AU$949 from AU$749 at NorthDay (save up to AU$200)

There's a lot to love about this standing desk, and even more so with a AU$200 discount. Our EverDesk Max review even earned a full five-star rating, thanks to how easy it is to put together. Plus there's a bunch of customisation options that you can add on for a little extra cost including additional storage sections, so you can get exactly what you need in a desk.

Laptops & PCs

Apple MacBook Pro (2021, 16-inch) M1 Pro / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD AU$3,746AU$2,922 at Amazon

Apple MacBook Pro (2021, 16-inch) | M1 Pro / 16GB RAM / 1TB SSD | AU$3,746 AU$2,922 at Amazon (save AU$824)

If you don't mind picking up an older model with the M1 Pro chip, then you can score a 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro for under AU$3,000. With 1TB of storage, 16GB of RAM and  a Liquid Retina XDR display, you're getting a powerful machine suited for whatever work you might need it for. Only need 512GB of storage? That model is also on sale for AU$2,742

Save up to AU$3,500 on selected MSI gaming desktops

Save up to AU$3,500 on selected MSI gaming desktops

MSI has slashed up to AU$3,500 off a range of desktops equipped with Nvidia’s 4000 series graphics cards and 13th-gen Intel processors. Here’s a look at the two MSI MEG Trident X2 configurations, and two MPG Infinite X2 builds:

• MSI MEG Trident X2 | i9-13900KF / 32GB RAM / RTX 4080 | AU$9,999 AU$6,499 (save AU$3,500)

• MSI MEG Trident X2 | i7-13700KF / 32GB RAM / RTX 4070 Ti | AU$6,499 AU$4,499 (save AU$2,000)

• MPG Infinite X2 | i7-13700KF / 32GB RAM / RTX 4080 | AU$8,499 AU$5,499 (save AU$3,000)

• MPG Infinite X2 | i7-13700KF / 16GB RAM / RTX 4070 Ti | AU$5,999 AU$3,999 (save AU$2,000)

PC peripherals

LG 4K UHD Monitor (27UP8550N)AU$689AU$489 at Amazon

LG 4K UHD Monitor (27UP8550N) | AU$689 AU$489 at Amazon (save AU$200)

Looking for a 27-inch monitor to upgrade your work or study space? This LG 4K UHD monitor has come down to under AU$490 and packs in some pretty sweet specs with it. Offering both USB Type-C and HDMI connections as well as a 3840p x 2160p resolution, this monitor is best suited for general everyday use. Gamers might not quite get the immersion they need here due to its 60Hz resolution though.

Up to 38% off select Samsung monitorsfrom AU$149 at Amazon

Up to 38% off select Samsung monitors | from AU$149 at Amazon (save up to AU$401)

If you’re after a new monitor, Amazon has some good options for a range of budgets and needs, with up to 24% off select Samsung monitors on site. With some budget models starting from as low as AU$147 that make a great second monitors but aren’t really suited for gaming, to something a little more expensive that’s suitable for multitasking, you can save up to AU$401 with this deal.

Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro wireless gaming mouse AU$224.95AU$80.70 at Amazon

Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro wireless gaming mouse | AU$224.95 AU$80.70 at Amazon (save AU$144.25)

It’s since been succeeded by the V3, but the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro was labelled as the GOAT when we initially reviewed it. Offering up to 170 hours of battery life while using Bluetooth (a humble 70 hours with HyperSpeed wireless), it even has on-board memory so you can store up to five custom profiles to have this mouse ready to go for any game you might want to play.

Logitech Bluetooth keyboard (K380) AU$79AU$49 on Amazon

Logitech Bluetooth keyboard (K380) | AU$79 AU$49 on Amazon (save AU$30)

The Logitech K380 keyboard offers a compact and portable option that can be used with a variety of devices including tablets, laptops, phones and more. It features a slim build with round keys and will let you connect up to three different devices for use with it, to save you from having to reconnect when you want to swap devices.

Acer 38.5-inch Nitro gaming monitor (XZ396QUP) AU$749AU$599 at Mwave

Acer 38.5-inch Nitro gaming monitor (XZ396QUP) | AU$749 AU$599 at Mwave (save AU$150)

Coming down to just under AU$600, this 38-inch Acer Nitro monitor offers some great specs to help upgrade your home office. With a 1ms response time, 175Hz refresh rate along with FreeSync Premium and VESA Display HDR 400, this is a sleek and stylish monitor that's a good option for both gaming and general use.

Save up to 20% off MSI gaming monitors

Save up to 20% off MSI gaming monitors

MSI’s discounted a bunch of gaming monitors for its EOFY sales, with savings of up to 20% off. Whether you want a 21-inch UHD affair, a curved screen or a 1080p display with a very respectable refresh rate... it’s all here. Discounted prices start at AU$215, and the sale runs right through until July 2.

Score up to six months of Spotify Premium with select MSI business and productivity products

Score up to six months of Spotify Premium with select MSI business and productivity products

Listen up – if you need music or podcasts to get through the work day, MSI is throwing in a nice incentive with select business and productivity products. You’ll get up to six months of Spotify Premium thrown in for free when you buy eligible MSI products, which includes desktop PCs, monitors and more. That’s a nice little saving of AU$72, which isn’t bad if you were already planning to buy some kit for your home office.

Gaming

Nintendo Switch OLED AU$539AU$449 at Amazon

Nintendo Switch OLED | AU$539 AU$449 at Amazon (save AU$90)

Whether you prefer portable gaming or want something to hook up to your TV at home, the Nintendo Switch OLED can help. Coming equipped with a 7-inch OLED display and Joy-Cons that you can remove from the console for use at home, it’s the most versatile gaming console to date. With a massive selection of games, including huge Nintendo titles such as Mario Odyssey, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it’s a great bargain at AU$90 off.

Sony PlayStation 5 Digital Edition AU$649.95AU$599.95 at Sony Australia eBay

Sony PlayStation 5 Digital Edition | AU$649.95 AU$599.95 at Sony Australia eBay (save AU$50)

If you don’t need the disc, then you can save a little more by picking up the PS5 Digital Edition. Coming with the same specs and space, you’ll be set to load up your favourite games digitally without the need for switching discs. To nab this deal, you’ll need to use the code SEOFYHG at checkout to score the AU$50 off. Just note, you’ll be relying on downloading games onto the console, some of which can take up a lot of space that would otherwise be free with the disc version, so that’s something to keep in mind when deciding between which console you want to pick up.

PS5 God of War disc console bundleAU$904.95AU$789 on Amazon

PS5 God of War disc console bundle | AU$904.95 AU$789 on Amazon (save AU$115.95)

Want to pick up a game with your new console? You can grab a PS5 with God of War Ragnarok bundled in, for a discounted price of AU$789. We gave Ragnarok a full five stars in our review, so trust that it’s a fantastic game to get you started with the PS5. Pick it up from Amazon while it’s 13% off. 

DualSense wireless controller (pink)AU$119.95from AU$79 on Amazon

DualSense wireless controller (pink) | AU$119.95 from AU$79 on Amazon (save up to AU$40.95)

The DualSense controller was previously down to an incredible AU$67, which was 44% off. That deal has since ended, and now the controller is available on Amazon for a discounted price of AU$79 – that's 34% off. It's not a bad deal if you're looking for a new controller or you want to add a second in-person player to your games. Available in a range of colours at this price on Amazon including black, red, blue and pink.

Xbox Series X|S controller AU$94.95from AU$69 on Amazon

Xbox Series X|S controller | AU$94.95 from AU$69 on Amazon (save up to AU$25.95)

Looking for new controller for your Xbox? Amazon has discounted a range of Xbox controller colours, with most available for AU$69. In addition to Xbox, these controllers are also compatible with Windows 10 PCs and Android.  The main colour range has come down to this price, including black and white to match your console.

Final Fantasy XVI (PS5) AU$114.95AU$85 at Amazon

Final Fantasy XVI (PS5) | AU$114.95 AU$85 at Amazon (save AU$19.95)

The latest from Square Enix is here, and Final Fantasy XVI has already nabbed a saving of just under AU$20 on Amazon. We gave this fantastic game a full five star rating, and that’s thanks to the incredible story, thrilling cinematic battles and stunning graphics all round.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom AU$89.95AU$69 at Amazon

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom | AU$89.95 AU$69 at Amazon (save AU$20.95)

Jump into Hyrule in Link’s latest adventure – The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now available and has picked up a nice discount of just over AU$20 on Amazon. With new powers and new, yet familiar enemies to face, you’ll find hours of fun and puzzles in the latest from one of Nintendo’s longest running series.

Diablo 4 AU$109.95AU$78 at Mighty Ape

Diablo 4 | AU$109.95 AU$78 at Mighty Ape (save AU$31.95)

Jump into Blizzard's long awaited dungeon crawling RPG. Diablo 4 has been a long time coming, and will have you  fighting hordes of monsters in one of its many customisable classes. On Amazon, it's come down to just AU$78 across the platforms PS5, PS4 and Xbox Series X

Pokémon Violet (Switch) AU$79.95AU$64 on Amazon

Pokémon Violet (Switch) | AU$79.95 AU$64 on Amazon (save AU$15.95)

While not as big a saving as the AU$35 off earlier in the sale, you can still pick up a copy of Pokémon Violet for under AU$65 if you're keen to jump into the Paldea region. Choose between Sprigatito, Fuecoco and Quaxly as your starter and explore the Spain-inspired landscape filled with Pokémon both old and new. With a vibrant open world at your fingertips, you’ll have everything you need to become the greatest Pokémon trainer across the land. You can grab the alternative variant, Pokémon Scarlet for AU$64 as well.

Samsung 980 Pro 1TB M.2 SSD with HeatsinkAU$268AU$127.05

Samsung 980 Pro 1TB M.2 SSD with Heatsink | AU$268 AU$127.05 (save AU$140.95)

It might have been replaced by a newer model, but the Samsung 980 Pro SSD still makes our list of the best SSDs for PS5. This is thanks in no small part to its wonderfully-designed heatsink (an essential component, if you ask us) and incredibly fast write speeds that are sure to soup up your gaming. 

This 1TB model should more than suffice for most gamers, and it's now been discounted to the lowest price we've ever seen for it. So if your PlayStation 5 is in need of extra storage, there's never been a better time to buy this remarkable SSD.

TVs

Samsung S90C 55-inch OLED TV | AU$3,295AU$2,395 at The Good Guys

Samsung S90C 55-inch OLED TV | AU$3,295 AU$2,395 at The Good Guys (save AU$900)

While we haven't reviewed the Samsung S90C yet, its specs make it out to be one that we'd recommend, especially as it's the sibling to Samsung's S95C, a TV we know all too well. Picking up a generous discount of AU$900 at The Good Guys, you have up until July 5th to nab this bargain.

LG 55-inch C3 OLED TVAU$3,295AU$2,470 on Appliance Central

LG 55-inch C3 OLED TV | AU$3,295 AU$2,470 on Appliance Central (save AU$825)

It's barely been out for two months but we're already seeing discounts on the LG C3 OLED TV. Offering notable improvements over its C2 predecessor (which also scores deals, below) the C3 comes with updated picture processing technology and LG's latest iteration of its webOS smart TV interface, which makes navigation even simpler. There's savings across the full range of sizes, so you can pick up the right C3 OLED TV to suit your space.

Samsung The Freestyle portable projectorAU$1,295AU$795 at The Good Guys

Samsung The Freestyle portable projector | AU$1,295 AU$795 at The Good Guys (save AU$500)

Projectors don't come this small or this easy to use. The Freestyle can have you up and running in minutes, offering 1080p resolution and a decent suite of built-in apps. For a little thing like it, it's even boasts decent brightness levels. Change up your cinema experience no matter where you are and save AU$500 in the bargain.

Phones & accessories