Black Friday 2019 deals alert: $250 off Dyson vacuum cleaners at Big W [updated]

Posted: 26 November 2019 10:15 am
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You'll also be able to score up to 50% off hundreds of big name products from brands like Nintendo, Playstation and Lenovo.

With the Black Friday sales just around the corner, major retailers are starting to reveal exactly which kind of deals we can expect to see. Affordable Australian retailer Big W is one of the latest to tease avid bargain hunters, now revealing several great offers that shoppers will see on the day.

The store has announced an up to 50% off sale which will include major brands such as Playstation, Xbox, Lenovo, Nintendo, Dyson, Kenwood, Tefal, Wiltshire and Russell Hobbs. While we don't know exactly which products we'll be seeing reduced, we are hoping to see prices drop on items like the Nintendo Switch, which are notoriously difficult to get a good deal on.

If you're in the market for a new vacuum cleaner, you're also in luck. Big W is planning to offer a massive $250 off the Dyson V7 Origin stick vacuum, bringing the total price down to just $349. Offering up to 30 minutes of fade-free suction, whole machine filtration and a hygienic bin-emptying system, the V7 is a solid household investment item.

You'll also be able to pick up a PlayStation 4 500GB Slim Console Fortnite Bundle for a tiny $249, helping you to get a start on your Christmas gift shopping. The department store will also be running a buy-one-get-one-free offer on the Google Nest Hub, letting you nab two potential presents for the price of one.

Other deals include reduced prices on selected JVC TVs and half price on selected books from the Young Readers section.

All deals will be available to shop on Black Friday (29 November 2019) and will continue to run until the end of Cyber Monday (2 November 2019).

Dyson V7 vacuum

If you're looking for more Dyson deals, eBay has already begun its Black Friday offers, slashing 20% off millions of items including the Dyson cordless V11 Torque Drive vacuum cleaner. Rather than handing over $1,099 for the techy stick vacuum, you can get your hands on one for the discounted price of $889.20.

eBay's deals span a range of categories, meaning that you can also grab yourself 20% off items like Apple AirPods, Bose headphones, Fitbits and laptops.

Big W and eBay aren't the only ones doling out the deals either, with Kmart having already announced its own Black Friday deals. The discount department store has said it will drop 100 never-before-seen products across homewares, toys, electronics, kitchen and outdoor categories. The offer will be available for four days only, beginning on Black Friday and ending on 2 December.

If you're looking for more great sales, you can see our roundup of best Black Friday tech deals or head straight to our Black Friday deals hub to see offers across all categories in the one place.


Black Friday is a 24-hour shopping event, which will be held this year on 29 November. The massive sales event is closely followed by Cyber Monday, which falls on 2 December and sees even more bargains offered by a huge number of online stores.

Updated: This story was updated on November 26 to include more information on the Black Friday offers Big W will be running on the day.


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