Kmart Australia Black Friday sale: 7 deals you won’t want to miss

Posted: 26 November 2021 10:41 am
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Save up to $50 on Amazon electronics such as the Amazon Kindle and get more than $100 off homeware products with Kmart.

Find deals on the latest homewares, outdoor activities, electronics and more from Kmart this Black Friday. THe US department store has gone all out this year in Australia, with exclusive deals on discontinued products you won't find anywhere else.

Nintendo Switch Console Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

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Play on the go or the big screen with the Nintendo Switch console system, the follow up to the Wii. This handheld gaming system comes with the racing game, Mario Kart 8, which pits many of Nintendo's famous characters against one another on the race track. This package comes with a set of neon blue and red Joy-Cons and a 3-month individual membership to Nintendo Switch Online. This deal is exclusive only to Kmart at just $409.

SOLD OUT - Get it for $399 at Amazon

Save $170 on Festiva Smoker Charcoal BBQ Grill

No Australian summer is complete without a proper BBQ meal. With the Festiva Smoker Charcoal BBQ Grill you too can start delving into the world of BBQed meats and cuisine. This model comes with an offset side smoker for smoking meat while you operate the grill at the same time. This BBQ is available at Kmart for $129.

Amazon Kindle: $50 off

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Access thousands of ebooks, such as current best seller Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone, with the Amazon Kindle. This personal device is designed to be gentle on the eyes, with a 167 ppi glare-free display that can even be read in direct sunlight. The Amazon Kindle is available at Kmart for $89.

Get the same price at Amazon

Egg Chair White: $210 off

Complete that comfortable reading nook with the Egg Chair in white from Kmart. This egg-shaped hanging seat is a cosy piece of furniture that can be placed either on the porch or inside for your relaxing preference. Find it at Kmart for $189.

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K: $40 off

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Control your TV and access thousands of apps and streaming services with the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K. Simply plug in the Fire TV Stick and connect to the internet to upgrade almost any TV into a Smart TV and access services such as Amazon Prime Video. This product is currently being sold at Kmart for $59.

Get it cheaper at Bing Lee

Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen: $40 off

Control your smart-home appliances with voice activation thanks to the Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Generation. This compact speaker houses the smart home assistant Alexa, who is able to sync up with supported smart home technology to give you complete control with just a single device. It can also stream music, tell you the news or weather and is constantly being updated with new skills and apps everyday. Grab the Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen at Kmart for only $19.

Get the same price at Bing Lee

$110 off Hydro-Force Lite-Rapid 2 Person Kayak

Hit the beach with the Hydro-Force Lite-Rapid 2 Person Kayak. This inflatable water sport kayak and paddle can fit two people and can be used in the pool, beach, rivers and lakes. It's available at Kmart for just $89.

About Black Friday

This year's Black Friday event officially begins today despite a bunch of deals appearing online early. Be sure to bookmark our Black Friday deals hub and check back regularly in the Finder app to see the biggest discounts and avoid missing out on the best bargains throughout Black Friday - and Cyber Monday.

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