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The top Dyson vacuum sales in Australia: 35% off

Posted: 9 July 2021 12:05 pm

Get up to $250 off Dyson's most popular vacuum models at these online retailers.

If you're looking to spend your tax return on a new Dyson vacuum, this week is the ideal time to invest.

Currently, there are a number of generous offers on both popular Dyson stick vacuums and older barrel vacuum models.

To help you find the best deal on your preferred model, we've rounded up the sales that are currently available to Aussie shoppers below.

Australian Dyson vacuum deals

  • 35% off Dyson V7 Animal Origin Cordless Vacuum. The Dyson V7 Animal Origin Vacuum is now just $449 at eBay, down from $699 (save $250). The vacuum makes light work of cleaning jobs around the home, arriving with a range of additional tools and up to 30 minutes of fade-free suction.
  • 25% off the Dyson V7 Motorhead Cordless Vacuum Cleaner. eBay is offering $150 off the Dyson V7 Motorhead Vaccum, bringing the price down from $599 to $449. The cordless stick vacuum offers up to 30 minutes of fade-free suction and makes it easy to clean hard-to-reach areas thanks to its light, 2.3kg design.
  • 18% off the Dyson V10 Absolute+ Cordless Vacuum. Lightweight and versatile, the Dyson V10 Absolute+ is one of Dyson's most popular stick vacuum models. Usually priced at $1,099, the model is today just $899, which is $200 off the RRP.
  • 15% off Dyson V11 Absolute Cordless Vacuum (Certified Refurbished). If you're looking to save on a premium Dyson vacuum, you can currently snap up a refurbished V11 Absolute for $150 off at eBay. Previously priced at $999, you can take home the vacuum and a 1-year warranty for just $849.
  • 14% off Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal Cordless Vacuum. Offering powerful, fade-free suction, whole machine filtration and a run time of up to 60 minutes, the Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal is a top choice for families. Snap it up today for $799 at Catch and save yourself $100.
  • 13% off Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Multi Floor Extra Barrel Vacuum. If you prefer barrel vacuums to stick vacuums, you can currently score $80 off the Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Vacuum at Catch. The bag-free model is Dyson's most powerful barrel vacuum yet, making it worth grabbing at the discounted price.
  • 9% off Dyson V11 Outsize Cordless Vacuum (Certified Refurbished). The Dyson V11 Outsize recently won our top pick for both the best Dyson stick vacuum and the best Dyson vacuum for large areas. See our best Dyson vacuums guide to find out more, or head to eBay and nab it for $949, down from $1,049 (save $100).
  • 9% off Dyson V11 Outsize Pro Cordless Vacuum (Certified Refurbished). Offering the most powerful suction of any Dyson vacuum, the V11 Outsize Pro is one of the best stick vacuum models around. It's currently selling for $999, which is $100 off the RRP.

About Dyson vacuums

While many vacuums on the market offer reduced suction power as the battery fades, Dyson vacuums utilise an innovative Cyclone technology that allows each model to maintain 100% suction power throughout the cleaning process.

This means you get a more thorough clean, regardless of the flooring type.

Dyson vacuums also offer a bagless design and a hygienic bin emptying system, which allows you to empty the chamber straight into the bin once you're finished cleaning.

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