6 Australian Black Friday deals you need to know about

Posted: 26 November 2021 1:11 pm
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There is a lot to unpack on Black Friday. We've done the legwork for you with our list of 6 deals not to miss.

There are virtually countless numbers of deals out there on Black Friday. But with so many brands and products from the biggest companies in the world right down to those little-known gems, where do you begin? This list of the best deals in Australia so far is a decent step in the right direction.

Prices correct at time of publication, but can change when Black Friday deals sell out or if retailers price match. We'll do our best to update but act fast to make sure you don't miss out!

1. Nintendo Switch bundles for $399 (save $162)

Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals.

For all the Nintendo fans out there, Amazon Australia has an excellent deal on the Nintendo Switch bundle for you. Only for a limited time, you can get Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (RRP: $79.95) along with the console for a hefty $162, or around 26% off the usual price. Right now it will set you back just $399. You also get 3 months of Nintendo's subscription gaming service valued at $11.97 for free.

2. 35% off AncestryDNA kits

AncestryDNA kit.

Have you ever wondered about your true family history and where your bloodline originated? Right now you can get AncestryDNA kits at a fraction of the usual price. The kits typically sell for $129 but now costs just $85. That is 35% off the normal price to start constructing your family history.

3. $250 off Apple AirPods Max

Apple AirPods Max.

Great headphones can make such a difference to your listening experience. If you want that true sound quality, it can come with a price tag too. Yet there is a great deal on Apple AirPods Max for Black Friday. Right now you can get your hands on a pair, complete with high-fidelity audio, active noise cancellation and memory foam ear cushions for only $649. That is a massive $250 or 28% off the usual price of $899.

4. $10 Amazon AU gift card with $49 spend

Amazon gift card
Not quite sure what to get someone close to you for Christmas? Why not leave it up to them and get your hands on an Amazon AU gift card? If you spend $49 or more in a single order for eligible items on Amazon using an Australian-issued Mastercard card, you will receive a $10 amazon.com.au gift card to spend however you or a loved one desires.

5. $1,900 off MSI GE66 Raider gaming laptops

MSI GE66 Raider 15.6-inch.

If you are in the market for a new laptop, you will be hard-pressed to find a better offer than this one from MSI. You can get the MSI GE66 Raider gaming laptop for just $3,499. That is a whopping $1,900 off the normal price, a saving of 35%. With a 15.6-inch (39.6cm) screen and an Intel Core i7 processor, it will take care of your gaming needs.

6. 26% off Baby Yoda interactive plush toy

Baby Yoda plush toy

He comes by many names – Baby Yoda, The Child, Grogu, among others. The little guy also captured the attention of Star Wars fans new and old right around the world from the moment he made his first gurgling noises on hugely popular Star Wars spinoff series The Mandalorian. Now you can purchase your own Baby Yoda for just $79. That is $27.99 or around 26% off the standard cost. Happy with the purchase you will be.

When is Black Friday 2021?

This year's Black Friday event officially began on 26 November. Be sure to bookmark our Black Friday deals hub and check back regularly in the Finder app to see the biggest discounts to avoid missing out on the best bargains.

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