The best Black Friday tech deals from Amazon Australia 2020
Amazon has rolled out big discounts on all manner of tech from brands like Razer, Sony, Samsung, Logitech and more.
After missing out on the festivities in 2017, Amazon Australia has brought out the big guns for Black Friday this year. Along with hundreds of Aussie-exclusive deals across dozens of different categories, the online giant is price-matching many of the best offers from local retailers too. Not only that, Aussies can take advantage of the biggest deals from the home of Black Friday, with Amazon Australia opening up a raft of "Deals from the US" to accompany its Australian offers.
Current Amazon deals
Popular Amazon coupon codes
|Last checked||Code description||Code|
|25 Feb 2020||$20 off your first beauty products purchase||BEA****|
|27 Jul 2020||Up to 70% off over 700 Kindle books||********|
|7 Jul 2020||Up to 70% off sale||********|
|3 Aug 2020||Up to 40% off: Women's Winter Fashion||********|
|31 Jul 2020||Up to 40% off: Men's Winter Fashion||********|
What to consider when buying tech from Amazon on Black Friday
Where is it coming from?
Like eBay, Amazon is a marketplace rather than a traditional online retailer. This means its products come from a wide variety of sellers so costs, shipping times and even quality can differ considerably from product to product. Items fulfilled by Amazon tend to be the cheapest and quickest to arrive, plus they benefit from free shipping if you're an Amazon Prime member. Items from other sellers tend to take longer to ship and do not come with Amazon Prime benefits.
Amazon often price-matches local retailers quite aggressively, which is great news if you don't want to brave the crowds at a brick-and-mortar store and prefer the convenience of online delivery. The caveat here is that prices can change on a dime, going up and down at Amazon's discretion. This can lead to times when the item you just bought gets discounted mere moments after you've placed your order or instances where a sweet discount is suddenly reversed without warning. Keep this in mind before you click the place order button.
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