Samsung EOFY sales 2024: the best deals on TVs, soundbars, headphones and more

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We've hit June, which means it's tax-time. And while that firstly means you could be getting a decent rebate at the end of the month, it also means it's a great chance to take advantage of Samsung EOFY deals. We have seen some retailers jumping the gun early and dropping their EOFY deals, including Samsung itself. This means it's a great time to upgrade your personal devices, home cinema kit or even invest in some fresh new home appliances. 

Some of the standout Samsung EOFY deals we've found so far in Australia include a super generous AU$686 saving on the flagship Q990D Dolby Atmos soundbar at Powerland and some great bonus trade-in offers on mobile phones direct at Samsung AU. 

In theory, Samsung EOFY deals should last the entire month of June, but this isn't always a guarantee, so if you see a price you like, be sure to snap it up before the price increases again, or stock levels run out. 

To keep an even closer eye on Samsung EOFY deals, be sure to check out our round-up of the latest Samsung promo codes.

Retailers offering Samsung EOFY deals

Below is a list of the main brands and retailers with EOFY discounts on Samsung tech to check out in case you don’t find what you’re looking for in our selection of hand-picked offers:

Best Samsung EOFY 2024 deals


Samsung S95D (65-inch) | AU$4,853AU$4,553 at The Good Guys eBay store with code FYSAV12

Samsung S95D (65-inch) | AU$4,853 AU$4,553 at The Good Guys eBay store with code FYSAV12 (save AU$300)

We said it was the pinnacle of OLED TVs in our Samsung S95 review thanks to its incredible picture quality – which is bolstered by AI technology – coupled with an anti-glare coating to the screen that makes a genuine difference if you're watching in a bright room – virtually all reflections in the screen are eliminated, leaving you to enjoy your content. It's also an exceptionally attractive TV, and one you'll certainly want to remain huddled in front of. 

The Good Guys' eBay store has already discounted the price to AU$4,853 (from AU$4,999) and there is a maximum AU$300 saving for both Plus and non-Plus members. 

Plus members enter code FYSAV12 at checkout
Non-Plus members enter code FYSAV10 instead. There is a AU$35 shipping fee added on in both cases.

Samsung S90D 55-inch QD-OLED TV | AU$3,299AU$2,560 at Appliance Central

Samsung S90D 55-inch QD-OLED TV | AU$3,299 AU$2,560 at Appliance Central (save AU$739)

Samsung's latest mid-range TV for 2024 has received a very decent AU$719 saving at Appliance Central. 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$3,320


Samsung Q990D Dolby Atmos soundbar | AU$1,995AU$1,309 at Powerland

Samsung Q990D Dolby Atmos soundbar | AU$1,995 AU$1,309 at Powerland (save AU$686)

The Q990D is Samsung's latest attempt to completely replace a fully-fledged speaker system and it does the job incredibly well. You get 11.1.4 genuine speaker channels, which work in harmony to deliver a thoroughly impressive Dolby Atmos sound performance. Vocals and dialogue are shine through with clarity, bass from the subwoofer will have your room shaking, and it can double up as a highly capable music system. The headline feature in this model is its ability to pass-through 4K 120Hz video signals from games consoles, making it the ideal immersive soundbar for hardcore gamers. 

Samsung Q930D | AU$1,499AU$999 at Appliance Central

Samsung Q930D | AU$1,499 AU$999 at Appliance Central (save AU$500)

The deal on the Q990D above is amplified when you see the price of the ever-so-slightly lesser-specced Q930D can be picked up for similar money. The main difference between the Q930D here and the Q990D above is the number of channels. The Q930D loses two, bringing it down to 9.1.4, which also means it has slightly less power, but that makes it a perfect addition to smaller rooms. To get the most out of a soundbar, it helps to turn the volume up, and so if your room is on the smaller side, the power output of the flagship Q990D will be too much and you'll find yourself turning it down. The Q930D is here to fill in for it without fuss, delivering a similarly effective Dolby Atmos experience. 

Samsung Q700C AU$899AU$694 at The Good Guys

Samsung Q700C | AU$899 AU$694 at The Good Guys (save AU$205)

A wonderful and simple upgrade to boost your TV's sound, the Samsung Q700C supports Dolby Atmos, albeit without the aid of rear speakers, and combines with a wireless subwoofer to deliver a big, powerful sound. Dialogue is clear and bass is booming, so if you have a smaller room, this is a perfect addition.

Also available from Samsung AU for AU$699.

Phones & wearables

Samsung Galaxy S24 (256GB) | AU$1,399AU$1,199 at Samsung AU

Samsung Galaxy S24 (256GB) | AU$1,399 AU$1,199 at Samsung AU (save AU$200 + option for AU$200 bonus trade-in credit)

If you don't need all the bells and whistles of the flagship Ultra, the 'standard' Samsung Galaxy S24 will hold you in very good stead. We found it to have great battery life, super speedy everyday performance and it comes with Samsung's all-new suites of Galaxy AI capabilities. It would be fair to say the camera isn't class-leading, but that's what the S24 Ultra is there for. For an everyday phone, that's also available in a range of exclusive colours directly from Samsung, the Galaxy S24 is a fantastic Android device. 

Samsung has knocked AU$200 off the original price of the S24 series, and gives customers the option of getting an additional AU$200 in bonus credit when they trade-in an eligible device. The AU$200 bonus is on top of the trade-in value of the device. 

You can also pick up the 512GB model from Kogan for AU$1,369. 

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra (256GB) | AU$2,199AU$1,899 at Samsung AU

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra (256GB) | AU$2,199 AU$1,899 at Samsung AU (save AU$300 + AU$300 bonus trade-in credit)

If you do want all the bells and whistles and much-improved camera capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, then you pick it up with a decent AU$300 standard saving at Samsung AU, bringing the price down to AU$1,899. But, if you have a device to trade-in, you'll be given an additional AU$300 of bonus credit, on top of your device's trade-in value. 

The S24 Ultra is a powerhouse of an Android smartphone that ticks virtually every box. Performance is lightning fast, Galaxy AI features are useful (although it takes a while to find some of them) and battery life is great. The saving here may seem small, so there's a good chance it will be greater come EOFY official, but either way, this is still a great price.

If you need more storage, then Samsung AU has also knocked AU$300 off the standard price of all versions (alongside the trade-in offer), and it's the only place you can pick up exclusive colours including Titanium Blue, Titanium Green and Titanium Orange. 

Samsung Galaxy A55 (128GB) | AU$699AU$571 at Amazon

Samsung Galaxy A55 (128GB) | AU$699 from AU$571 at Amazon (save up to AU$128)

Not only does Samsung produce some of the best flagship devices, but it's pretty darn good when it comes to mid-range phones too. The Galaxy A55 is the latest in Samsung's well-regarded A-series and one that continues blurring the lines between mid-tier and premium. It sports a gorgeous design and display, impressive cameras for its class and a long-lasting battery. 

Also available at Samsung AU for AU$599 plus an extra AU$100 off if you trade-in an eligible device.

If you want it on a SIM plan, you can pick it up from Amaysim for AU$399 when you add a plan starting from AU$30p/m.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 (40mm) | from AU$549 from AU$321 on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 (40mm) | from AU$549 from AU$321 on Amazon (save up to AU$228)

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.

The bigger 44mm model is also available from just AU$417


Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 (128GB, Wi-Fi) | AU$1,299AU$856 at Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 (128GB, Wi-Fi) | AU$1,299 AU$856 at Amazon (save AU$443)

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$1,027 (down from AU$1,499).

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra (256GB, Wi-Fi) | AU$1,999AU$1,499.25 at Samsung AU

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra (256GB, Wi-Fi) | AU$1,999 AU$1,499.25 at Samsung AU (save AU$499.75)

Samsung's biggest and best tablet has been knocked down by the maker itself. This 14.6-inch beauty is more than capable of replacing a laptop to become your main productivity tool (you will need to buy a separate keyboard) and is every bit as good as the competing iPad Pro. Samsung's implementation of Android is a real joy to use and makes multi-tasking seem effortless. An S-Pen stylus is included and it supports Samsung DeX, allowing you to plug it into an external monitor and use in the same way you would a desktop computer. 


Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349AU$165 at Kogan

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | AU$349 AU$165 at Kogan (save AU$184)

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. 

Also available at Amazon for AU$184.

PC peripherals

Samsung T7 1TB (black) |AU$279AU$155

Samsung T7 1TB (black) | AU$279 AU$155 (save AU$124)

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.

Samsung Odyssey Neo G95NC Curved QLED Gaming Monitor AU$3,199AU$2,399 on Samsung

Samsung Odyssey Neo G95NC Curved QLED Gaming Monitor | AU$3,199 AU$2,399 on Samsung (save AU$800)

Arguably the most epic ultra-wide monitor on the market, Samsung's 57-inch Odyssey Neo G95C is the world's first to offer dual UHD resolution. This is exactly what it sounds like, as it's essentially the same as having two 4K monitors sitting next to each other. It also boats a 240Hz refresh rate and a 1000R curvature and is currently discounted by AU$800 on Samsung's online store.


Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 (1 Pack) | AU$55 AU$39
Best price

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 (1 Pack) | AU$55 AU$39 (save $16)

Samsung's alternative to Apple's AirTag was redesigned in 2023 and has been reasonably well received, making it a good Bluetooth tracker for non-Apple user. It'll let you keep tabs on the location of whatever you attach it to and, critically, it works with Android. It costs a little more than a single AirTag at full price but this discount is easy to recommend, bringing the white SmartTag2 down to an Australian all-time low price.

Samsung EOFY sales 2024: key information

When are EOFY sales 2024?

The end of Australia’s financial year is June 30, but EOFY sales typically start a few weeks before that date, typically around June 1. In recent years, we've seen some retailers starting their EOFY sales even earlier, with some sales events kicking off closer to the end of May. The best Samsung EOFY deals should arrive in June though, although they're not always guaranteed to last the entire month. 

However, some retailer’s Samsung EOFY sales do run for an entire month, and that’s what makes EOFY deals different from most other sale periods. They can carry on for a much longer time period (the entirety of June), while other events like Click Frenzy only run over 53 hours.

What are EOFY sales?

With the end of financial year for individuals and businesses falling on June 30, retailers can take advantage of the lead up to shift older stock and make way for new items, all to get their books in the best possible shape. 

The EOFY sales can incorporate almost anything, from tech items like laptops and TVs to discounted phone and NBN plans. Not to mention flights, cars, clothing and large home appliances. One of the best bits about EOFY sales is that if you’ll be using the item for work-related purposes, you could claim it back on tax in a matter of weeks.

Are EOFY sales worth it?

The EOFY sales are one of the biggest sale periods in Australia, only rivalled by the likes of Black Friday and Boxing Day. EOFY sales are typically a good time of year to buy a new laptop or TV, as these are some of the big-ticket items to go on sale throughout June. 

As mentioned above, one of the biggest benefits of the EOFY sales is that many discounted items will be tax deductible for some shoppers. Think monitors, mice, webcams and computers – if you need these products for work, hold onto your receipt and be sure to claim at tax time.

EOFY sales 2024: shopping tips

There's always a lot to shop during Australia's EOFY sales, making it hard to figure out if something is a genuine bargain or not. Follow our simple advice below and you might just hit the jackpot this June.

1. Keep an eye on price history
One of the main reasons to prep ahead of time before a big sale is so you can not only make your shopping list, but also keep an eye on the price history of what you're after in the lead up to the EOFY sales. This will help you figure out how much you should spend on a particular item.

2. Figure out what features you're after
It sometimes helps to know what features on a particular tech item is important to you as it will also determine how much it will cost you. New products keep showing up with fancy features you may not need or use, so opting for an older model might save you a chunk of change. For example, do you need a 4K OLED screen on your laptop or will QHD do? The latter will be cheaper and still get you a great display.

3. Consider a different brand
You might have your heart set on an LG TV, but you might get better value out of a similar-specced Samsung instead. So be flexible, as that can save you money during EOFY. Similarly, if you've had your heart set on the latest Dell XPS machine, you might find an HP or Lenovo alternative that's cheaper and provides you with all the power you need to get your work done but at a lower price.

4. Do some research
Finding out more about an expensive tech product before you buy could save you some heartbreak down the line. Before the sale starts, do some research on the item – read reviews published on trusted publications, like TechRadar, and also see what other users have to say.

5. Don't spend on extended warranties with little value
Manufacturer warranties in Australia are typically only a year or two, so some retailers offer you an extended warranty – for a price. It's best to make sure you will get some value out of this by reading the fine print as an extended warranty can just be an easy way for the retailer to make a fast buck. Remember, you are protected under the Australian Consumer Law, so it's always good to know what rights you already have before dropping cash on extended warranties you may never use.

Max Langridge
Staff Writer

Max is a senior staff writer for TechRadar who covers home entertainment and audio first, NBN second and virtually anything else that falls under the consumer electronics umbrella third. He's also a bit of an ecommerce fiend, particularly when it comes to finding the latest coupon codes for a variety of retailers. Hailing from the United Kingdom, Max spent a combined five years writing for What Hi-Fi? and Pocket-lint, before moving to Australia in 2018. After a brief stint writing for men’s lifestyle publications, Max is back to working on his first passion of technology.