Sony is throwing an Australia Day sale right now
Get discounts on headphones, soundbars, 4K/HDR TVs and more.
When you think Australia Day, a sale on big-ticket tech items is probably the last thing that comes to mind. But that isn't stopping Sony from slashing prices on some very pricey products this January.
Starting today, you can score huge discounts on over 20 different 4K/HDR television models as well as gift cards valued up to $300 when you purchase a Sony camera.
Each deal has a different start and end date, and while a few deals kick off today, most start on 25 January and end on 31 January.
|Product||Discounted price||Start date||End date|
|XB950B1 EXTRA BASS Wireless Headphones||$199||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|2.1ch Soundbar with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth technology||$499||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|High Power Home Audio System with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi||$699||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|Portable Wireless Speaker with Bluetooth - SRSXB10||$58||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|Portable Wireless Speaker with Bluetooth - SRSXB20||$88||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|Portable Wireless Speaker with Bluetooth - SRSXB30||$149||23.1.2018||28.1.2018|
|Portable Wireless Speaker with Bluetooth - SRSXB40||$196||23.1.2018||28.1.2018|
|CD Boom box with AM/FM Digital Radio Tuner||$99||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|55" X7000E LED 4K Ultra HD (HDR) Smart TV||$999||25.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|65" X7000E LED 4K Ultra HD (HDR) Smart TV||$1699||25.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|55" X8500E 4K HDR TV with TRILUMINOS Display||$1399||25.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|65" X8500E 4K HDR TV with TRILUMINOS Display||$2299||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|49" X9000E 4K HDR TV with X-tended Dynamic Range PRO||$1399||25.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|43" X8000E 4K HDR TV with 4K X-Reality PRO||$999||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
|49" X8000E 4K HDR TV with 4K X-Reality PRO||$1149||23.1.2018||31.1.2018|
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