Cyber Monday 2021 Australia: the best deals still going from a mammoth Black Friday weekend

Black Friday is done, but the deals aren't. There are excellent deals to be had for Cyber Monday.

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Update: While Cyber Monday has ended, deals are still sticking around for a few more days, but they are dwindling. We'll be keeping you up to date with all the best deals still available.

Black Friday has just ended, and we hope you managed to squeeze the juice out of the deals that were on offer. If you didn't, Cyber Monday is here to give you a last chance at grabbing excellent savings across a huge portion of the items that went on sale, with tech being front and centre in the charge. 

The deal-fest that Black Friday has been turns into a 4 day long weekend festival with Cyber Monday. Make haste when grabbing these, as this is the last official day of the year's biggest sale. Most offers will end tonight (November 29) at 11:59pm AEDT, although we have seen a handful of retailers extend offers beyond Cyber Monday if stocks are still available.  

Here we have all of the best deals across the retailers we know and love to get you the best bang or your buck.

Where to shop during Cyber Monday 2021

The best Cyber Monday 2021 deals still available.

Audio

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Apple AirPods (2nd gen) | AU$219 AU$175 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$44)

With the 3rd Gen of Apple airpods Apple officially dropped the price of its 2019 AirPods to AU$219 a pop as soon as the third-gen 'buds arrived on the scene. Now, you can nab them even cheaper, as Amazon has them down to AU$175 for all shoppers. 

This popular deal has gone in and out of stock, so if not available from Amazon then the Good Guys have it going for a dollar more just below.

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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 | AU$599.95 AU$349.95 on Bose (opens in new tab) (save AU$250)

Bose is currently doing huge discounts on a number of their top-tier products. It's essential to note that these are all refurbished goods, which may ward off the weary. However, for a set of cans we placed on our list of best noise-cancelling headphones (opens in new tab), Bose's NC 700s are an amazing set of headphones with excellent sound quality, and solid noise cancellation. At full price there were potential issues around value for money, but at the discounted rate, you can be happy you're getting great bang for your buck. 

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TicPods ANC | AU$138.99 AU$46.32 on Mobvoi (opens in new tab)  (save AU$92.68)

The TicPods ANC are a budget Apple option, offering the style of Apple’s iconic AirPods at roughly a 5th, or less, of the price. You will definitely be getting what you pay for though, they’re not the best headphones around. But for noise cancellation and wireless accessibility at the best cost in sight, look no further.

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Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 | AU$499 AU$299 at Bing Lee (opens in new tab) (save AU$200)

This is an absolutely fantastic alternative to any of the wireless buds out there, albeit a more expensive option without the discount. If you want that professionally reputable Sennheiser sound, then you can't go wrong here. Available for AU$200 off at Bing Lee.

Smartphones

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (128GB) | AU$999 AU$895 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$104)

If you're looking to future-proof your handset, this 5G version of the Galaxy S20 FE will be top of the range for a solid while. You get excellent specs with the addition of 5G so that you won't be let down by hardware advancements. With a 20% discount on Amazon, this becomes a pretty affordable option – available in Lavender (opens in new tab) and Navy (opens in new tab) colour variations.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (128GB) | AU$849 AU$799 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)

This is the ‘lite’ version of the Samsung Galaxy S20, and it’s now available at a much cheaper price point. You’ll get a brilliant camera array, an AMOLED display and a powerful processor at a price that won't make your wallet cry. This discount comes on the 4G version of the phone in green (opens in new tab) and purple (opens in new tab) on Amazon AU.

Laptops & monitors

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Inspiron 15 | i7 / 16GB / 1TB SSD | AU$2,289 AU$1,289 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,000)

This 15-inch is a surprisingly powerful machine thanks to a speedy 11th-generation Core i7 processor under the hood. Accompanied with a generous 16GB of system memory you'll be able multitask away to your heart's content and not worry about things slowing down. You get a huge 1TB of storage too, and all with a whopping 43% discount!

If you don't need 1TB of storage, the 512GB SSD Inspiron 15 is 44% off (opens in new tab) and down to AU$1,199 (save AU$950). 

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Dell Vostro 5410 | i7 / 16GB / 512GB SSD | AU$2149 AU$1,289 (opens in new tab) (save AU$860)

The Vostro 5410 is a professional godsend, coming with Windows 11 Pro, a powerful CPU and stacks of RAM for easy handling of every task the corporate world can throw at it. Currently listed for 40% off on Dell's online storefront but if you purchase five or more then you can get an additional 7% off with the code BULK

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Inspiron 16 Plus | i7 / 32GB / 1TB SSD | AU$4,199 AU$2,519 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,680)

The Inspiron 16 Plus is a great choice all round choice. With this huge discount you get a 16-inch 16:10 3K (3072 x 1920) 100% sRGB display, 11th Gen Core i7 CPU, 32GB of RAM, NVIDIA GTX 3060 GPU and 1TB of storage. It also comes with a huge 86WHr battery to keep you running all day.  

If you are willing to wait a month for delivery, you can get the above laptop for an extra AU$300 off at Dell eBay (opens in new tab), or grab the 16GB RAM, 512GB storage, GeForce 3050 GPU version for just AU$1800 (opens in new tab)

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Inspiron 15 2-in-1 | i5 / 12GB / 512GB | AU$2,499 AU$1,374 (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,125)

The i5 Inspiron 15 2-in-1 sees a massive 45% off on the Dell website. It's got a very solid 12GB of RAM, as well as a big 512GB SSD for storage.  For those who love the 2-in-1 convertible form factor and a touchscreen, this is a great deal. 

If you are willing to wait a month before it ships, you can save another 20% off at the Dell eBay store, and grab one for just AU$1099 (opens in new tab).

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Inspiron 13 2-in-1 | i7 / 16GB / 512GB | AU$2,099 AU$1,469 (opens in new tab) (save AU$630)

If you're looking for an easy to move portable machine, this 13-inch 2-in-1 ticks a whole lotta boxes – a powerful processor, plenty of memory and a lot of storage. In fact, it's got the same oomph that the 15-incher listed above has. Plus there's a 30% discount to save you AU$630 on it.

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Alienware M15 R6 | i7 / 16GB / 256GB / RTX 3070 | AU$3,099 AU$2,478.99 (opens in new tab) (save AU$620)

With RTX 3000-series GPUs being all but unachievable for a built PC, an excellent way to join the next-gen is to get a laptop with the power of those elusive GPUs. So think about this beast, despite the slightly disappointing storage. While it's listed for 20% off, use the checkout code META7 and score an additional 7% off too, saving you a little under AU$800.


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Dell S3221QS 32-inch curved 4K monitor | AU$829 AU$497.41 (opens in new tab) (save AU$331.60)

This 32-inch 4K curved monitor is a stand out option when discounted by 40%. It's got a 60Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync support. For under AU$500, that's not a bad bargain.

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Dell S2722DC 27-inch USB-C monitor | AU$549 AU$356.85 (opens in new tab) (save AU$192.15)

This is a great second screen option for those looking to step into the dual-monitor life. Simple connectivity options, a refresh rate of 75Hz and a 35% discount makes this 27-inch monitor a solid option for an additional screen. Screen resolution is QHD (2560 x 1440).

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Dell S3222HG 32-inch curved FHD monitor | AU$699 AU$389 (opens in new tab) (save AU$310)

The Dell S3222HG at 44% off is a good bet for anyone looking for a decent mid-range monitor at a great price. The 32-inch monitor only has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, but sports a 165 Hz refresh rate. It supports AMD FreeSync Premium and the stand even has height adjustment.  

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Dell S3222HS 32-inch curved FHD monitor | AU$599 AU$389.35 (opens in new tab) (save AU$209.65)

This monitor punches well above it's weight. At 35% off, this curved beauty could be just what you need for gaming, office work or creative endeavours. It's a Full HD screen with a refresh rate of 75Hz. 

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Alienware 38-inch curved gaming monitor (AW3821DW) | AU$2,499 AU$1,499 on Dell eBay (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,000)

This is one of the best prices on one of the best monitors currently available on the market. You can knock a full grand off the price on Dell's eBay store with the code PLSDELL. It measures a massive 37.5-inches, and your screen will be filled with rich colours thanks to its use of IPS Nano Colour technology, which offers a wider colour coverage than sRGB. There’s support for Nvidia G-Sync Ultimate to buff out any chance of blur, so HDR games will look better than ever.

Gaming

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Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller | AU$119.95 AU$99 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$30.95)

If you're the sort to be prepared, a spare pair of Joy-Cons can never go amiss. With AU$30.95 off the usual RRP for a set you're definitely getting a bargain here. The neon red and blue set is linked above, but the blue and neon yellow set (opens in new tab) is also available at this price. 


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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD | AU$79.95 AU$64 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save 15.95)

One of the less openly loved Zelda titles, this unique take on the Zelda template is now perfectly playable without Wii controllers (though the Switch Joy-cons make good replacements, if you love your motion control). Without being hampered to the Wii this game really stands on it's own. 

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Logitech MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard | AU$229.95 AU$169 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$60.95)

The feedback on this full-sized model is almost all universally glowing. It looks great and has comfortable ergonomically indented (what Logitech calls 'spherically dished') keys and can let you work across multiple devices via Logitech's Flow software. 

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Logitech G203 Hero Lightsync | AU$69.95 AU$35 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$34.95)

This is one of the best mice around, chiefly for its balance of quality and affordability. Black Friday doesn't make it a better mouse but it does make it even more affordable: it's now the cost of an extremely cheap night out. 

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Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Wireless Mouse | AU$99.95 AU$49 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50.95)

This mouse has cared out a well love spot in offices and homes, to aid this it has a unique feature in the ability to quickly switch between three dedicated devices (such as two computers and a tablet) for simple multitasking. It supports connectivity via Bluetooth or an included USB wireless adapter and can last up to 24 months on a single AA battery.

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Dell Essential Backpack 15 - ES1520P | AU$46 AU$16.10 (opens in new tab) (save AU$33.58)

This is an insanely low price, the 15-inch ready laptop bag costs just $16.10 - including free delivery. It has a padded rear laptop compartment, a roomy front compartment, as mesh side pockets. The triangular pattern on the front is also reflective, for night time safety. 

Software

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Norton 360 Standard and Deluxe | Discounts on 1- and 2-year subscriptions, from AU$59.99 (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$35)

Norton comes in strong on any Anti-Virus list, and the security giant's cutting the price of all versions of Norton 360 by AU$20 to AU$50, depending on which you purchase. A standard 1-year, 1-device subscription is down to $59.99 from the usual AU$79.99, for example, while a 2-year, 3-device Premium subscription is AU$50 off, down to AU$229. Click through to see all the various discounts and to find the version that's right for your needs.

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McAfee Total Protection | Discounts on 1- and 2-year subscriptions, from AU$39.95 (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$110)

McAfee have delivered with one of the best offers of 2021, we particularly like that it's feature-rich, includes an unlimited VPN and that it's light on resources. For Black Friday, McAfee has various discounts on 1- and 2-year subscriptions, ranging from AU$55 off a simple 1-year, 1-device subscription (down to AU$39.95) (opens in new tab) up to AU$110 off a 2-year, 10 device subscription (down from AU$239.95 to AU$129.95 (opens in new tab)).

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LastPass Password Manager - 25% off selected plans | From AU$4.50p/m (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$3p/m)

LastPass is our second-favourite in our list of best password managers (and a personal fave of many of the Aus team) and for Black Friday, all paid subscriptions are currently 25% off. That includes the single-user Premium tier (AU$4.50p/m instead of AU$6), the multi-user Families plan (AU$6p/m instead of AU$8) and the Business plan (AU$9p/m per user, down from AU$12).

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Trend Micro antivirus suites 1- and 2-year subscriptions - up to 63% off | From AU$39.99 (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$489)

Trend Micro is another big antivirus maker with deep discounts for Black Friday, with Device Security Basic, Pro and Ultimate all slashed by 50% or more. The price cut generally improves for more devices and longer subscriptions, so hit up the deal link to tailor a package to your specific needs.

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Bitdefender antivirus suites - 50% off 1-year subscriptions | From AU$34.99 (opens in new tab) (save up to AU$59.99)

Our long time #1 choice for best antivirus, Bitdefender's Black Friday sale includes a flat 50% off all three of their main suites which offer varying levels of protection depending on your needs:

Antivirus Plus | AU$69.99 AU$34.99 (opens in new tab) (save AU$35)
Internet Security | AU$99.99 AU$49.99 (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)
Total Security | AU$119.99 AU$59.99 (opens in new tab) (save AU$60)

Click through for more details on what each suite includes.

Fashion

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Farage London C Suit | AU$1,295 AU$518 on The Iconic (opens in new tab)(save AU$777)

Farage are a boutique Australian brand bringing you luxury looks at affordable prices. The Iconic's sale on this classically stylish suit will allow you to grab a million dollar look for just over AU$500. Featuring a tailored fit, pure wool, kissing button cuffs and a satin lining, this Italian made two-piece suit is a steal at 60% off. 

Measurements for a size 40 are: Jacket Length: 75cml Trousers: Inside Leg: 85cm; Front Rise: 25cm; Leg Opening: 36cm, This should allow you to scale up or down according to your size. 

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Serena Design Crew Jumpsuit | AU$95 AU$71.99 on Nike AU (opens in new tab) (save AU$23.01)

Catch every eye with this bright orange geometric tesselate design. The Serena Design Crew Jumpsuit combines function with style. Embodying the '90s throwback vibe, you can wear it everywhere, and look good doing so. 

Running Shoes

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Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2 | AU$230 AU$184.99 on Nike AU (opens in new tab) (save AU$45.01)

Apart from looking pretty fly, running in the Nike React Infinity Run will also feel like you're running on clouds. The all-new Flyknit upper funnels and holds your foot in the right position, while the extra foam underfoot guarantees a comfortable and fast riding experience.

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Nike Quest 4 Premium road runners | AU$120 AU$90.99 on NikeAU (opens in new tab) (save AU$29.01)

These excellent road runners in a muted pastel pink are the cushioning your feet have been looking for to help the miles slip away underneath you. Lightweight with stable support they'll protect your arches while letting you spring off of each step. Drop the price below AU$100 by grabbing them this Black Friday.

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Skechers Women's Bountiful Sneakers | AU$99.95 AU$59.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$39.96)

These are simple, classic sneakers to get you from A-B quickly. Lightweight, sweat absorbent, and, with this discount, cheap as (mildly expensive) chips. Made with mesh for a more comfortable workout they're hard workers that will provide the stability you need for a decent run, or a sesh at the gym. 

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Nike Metcon 6 | AU$189.99 AU$119.99 on Rebel Sport (opens in new tab) (save AU$70)

While more of a training shoe than an explicit runner, these tough beasts allow for a huge deal of use, as well as intriguing levels of customisation. Featuring a removable hyperlift you can adjust the height under heel for a more stability with weight lifting, or provide more of a cushion on your runs. Only available in US size 7 and 8.

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LEGO Adidas Original Superstar Trainers | AU$159.99 AU$125 (opens in new tab) (save AU$34.99)

Yes, we know, these aren't technically running shoes. You are entirely welcome to try, but we doubt you'll get far. What they are is a supremely cool looking piece of memorabilia, and a sure fire conversation starter. The little details are what truly sell this for us, the inclusion of extra elements to let you build for a left or right shoe are the cherry on this hilarious cake. Don't forget to keep them tied with the included shoelaces. Would hate to trip and step on a lego block. 

Home entertainment

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Hisense 43-inch A7G 4K TV | AU$799 AU$695 at Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$104)

If you don't want to break the bank, or your walls, this 43-inch TV offers excellent balance between utility and output. It promises great picture quality and offers Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos support. Running on Hisense's own VIDAA operating system you've got high-end tech running unseen, while the smart aspect of this tv allows easy integration with most popular streaming apps.

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TCL 75-inch X925 Mini LED 8K TV | AU$4,995 AU$3,690 on Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$1,305)

This massive discount on a boonta TCL will net you 8K resolution, Mini LED black levels and Google TV’s excellent interface. There’s also an Onkyo soundbar built-in, so you’ve got everything you need in a standalone package. Appliance Central has significantly knocked the price down, so grab it now if you’re hunting for a discounted 75-incher. This deal has been so popular it's sold out, but you can still order at the discounted price for a later delivery. 

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TCL 65-inch P615 | AU$995 AU$845 at Appliance Central (opens in new tab) (save AU$150)

Appliance Central are opening up the 4K TV world to those on a tight budget. TCL make excellent Android TVs and although the P615 is a model from 2020, it's still pretty darn good, offering excellent value for money. Topping it off you grab a whopping 65-inches of TV goodness at this low price.

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Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K | AU$99 AU$49 at Bing Lee (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is a snappy streaming device that will get most use from adopters of the Alexa-based smart home infrastructure. It comes with support for 4K HDR streaming, plus Dolby Vision, HDR10+ and Dolby Atmos, all the extras to create the perfect home cinema experience. Grab it from Bing Lee for AU$50 off.

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Kobo Nia | AU$149.95 AU$130 at Booktopia (opens in new tab) (save AU$19.95)

This is the base model in the Kobo range and it gives the Amazon Kindle a run for its money. In fact, compared to the Kindle, the Nia has a higher resolution 6-inch screen at 212ppi compare to just 167ppi. While the Kindle is cheaper right now at AU$89 a pop, Kobo's interface is more streamlined, offers wider file support and Aussies can take advantage of the baked-in OverDrive support to borrow books from a public library.

If you'd like to avoid paying for shipping, Booktopia cuts that out of the cost with the purchase of eligible ebooks. 

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Samsung Q600A soundbar | AU$799 AU$495 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$304)

Samsung's Q600A soundbar is a 3.1.2 channel unit featuring Dolby Atmos, and adedicated subwoofer to add that necessary low-end boom and rumble to the soundscape you'll be hearing. Considering this soundbar usually goes for AU$799, we think this huge discount from The Good Guys is a steal.

Smart home

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Lenovo Smart Clock 2 | AU$129 AU$89 at The Good Guys (opens in new tab) (save AU$40)

The original 4-inch smart clock got an update to it's looks and an upgrade to its sound quality. It'll let you take the Google Assistant to your bedside table for all your late night note-taking without compromising your privacy. There's no camera on board and you get all the smarts you need to stream music, check the weather, control your connected devices and more.

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Amazon Echo Show 5 (Gen 2) | AU$119 AU$59 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$60)

The 2021 edition of Amazon's tiny smart speaker comes with a 5.5inch screen to fit into any space and with the full Alexa suite onboard will give you easy control of your smart home setup. If you don't have connected devices, you can still use it to watch videos, check the weather, keep up with the news and listen to music. At AU$59 a pop, it's remarkably affordable.

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Amazon Echo Show 8 | AU$169 AU$89 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$80)

With the Echo 10 stealing the limelight we've seen big price drops across the slightly older range of Echo machines. Seeing RRP go from AU$229 to AU$169, but there's a very generous AU$80 off for Black Friday, so grab this rather nice smart display for a pittance. Not only do you get a decent-sized screen with good screen resolution, but you get decent sound too, along with Alexa on board. Available in Charcoal (opens in new tab) and Sandstone (opens in new tab) fabric finishes.

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Google Nest Hub Max | AU$349 AU$249 (opens in new tab) (save AU$100)

This Black Friday you can score a neat AU$100 off the Nest Hub Max (opens in new tab) buy ordering directly from the source on the Google Store. With a 10-inch 720p screen and three internal speakers (two tweeters, one woofer), it both looks and sounds good, and can tie into Nest cameras to offer home security features too. Available in Chalk and Charcoal colours (opens in new tab).

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Google Nest Wifi router and two points | AU$549 AU$399 (opens in new tab) (save AU$150)

Google's mesh Wi-Fi router system may not have the newest wireless tech (it's based on Wi-Fi 5, rather than 6), but what it does have going for it is simple setup, good coverage and a more-affordable price. Meaning this AU$150 Black Friday discount on the three-pack (one router and two extenders) results in Google effectively throwing in an extender for free.

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Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) | AU$149 AU$79 (opens in new tab) (save AU$70)

This is the smallest Google home hub, making it perfect for fitting into homes without acres to play with. The Nest Hub has built-in sleep tracking capabilities powered by Soli radar that can monitor movement while you're catching Zs, and this AU$70 discount (opens in new tab) drops it to almost half its usual price. Note that unlike the Hub Max, there's no camera in this one, so it can't do video calling.


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Philips Hue smart lights | up to 30% off (opens in new tab)

The Hue range has some of the best smart lights in the business, all easily controlled with an easy to use app you can easily switch up your home lighting with one or more of these. There's solutions for both indoor and outdoor lighting here – the best place to start, though, would be to grab a bulb or two, just be sure you check your light fittings to see if you need Edison screw or Bayonet bulbs. 

Home and Kitchen Appliances

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Dyson Outsize Total Clean | AU$1,299 AU$995 at Dyson (opens in new tab) (save AU$304)

The Dyson Outsize Total Clean has a big head, it's 25% larger than the V11, allowing you to suck more  in less time. The dustbin is also larger, saving you regular trips to the bin. This Dyson vac is especially good for a family home, and with AU$304 saved, we think this is an excellent Black Friday deal.

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Dyson Cyclone V10 Animal | AU$899 AU$779 at Dyson (opens in new tab) (save AU$120)

You can tame the Animal with this model of Dyson’s V10 vacuum through its one cleaning head and four additional tool attachments. Aside from that (and the cheaper price) it’s the same machine as the V10 Absolute above. One tool is focused on tackling pet hair, but you’ll still get up to 60 minutes of fade-free power with this cordless vac.

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Dyson V8 Animal | AU$699 AU$495 at Dyson (opens in new tab) (save AU$204)

The V8 Animal is an older model from Dyson but that doesn't stop it being an excellent vacuum. Best suited for those living in an apartment or smaller home, it's a lightweight cordless vacuum with up to 40 minutes of promised runtime. As the Animal version, it comes with four additional tool attachments, with one designed for stubborn dirt and pet hair.

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Dyson V7 Cord-free | AU$599 AU$399 at Dyson (opens in new tab) (save AU$200)

The V7 is the entry level Dyson vacuum cleaner and rarely goes cheaper than this. Don't dismiss this cordless vac right away as being basic, it's still an excellent sucker, offering enough power for a good regular clean, and up to 30 minutes of continuous use. The Cord-free option only comes with two tools in the box, but those will take care of most of you needs – snap it up and save AU$200.

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De'longhi Vertuo Next | AU$249  AU$149.97 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$99.03)

This is a great deal that gets you the snazzy De'Longhi Vertuo Next white solo coffee machine. 5 coffee sizes, Alto, Mug, Gran Lungo, Double Espresso and Espresso via three different capsule sizes and it's only got a 15cm wide base to let you slot it in anywhere on your benchtop.

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KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer | AU$899 AU$639 on KitchenAid (opens in new tab) (save AU$260)

KitchenAid makes seriously high quality stand mixers and the Artisan Stand Mixer is a versatile, easy to use and stylish addition to your kitchen. Save AU$250 on this model, the KSM150, today.

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Philips Premium AirFryer XXL (white) | AU$429 AU$299 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$130)

Philips AirFryers have been favourites of ours for a while,  but sadly the new model hasn't caught a discount for Cyber Monday. Instead, if you're fine with an older option – one that lacks the digital display on the front - then you can save a massive 30% off.

Health & fitness

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Fitbit Sense | AU$449 AU$298 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$151)

This looks like one of the best deals on the most advanced fitness watches going around. For under AU$300 you get the topnotch fitness tracking, you also have access to an absolute ton of health information too. Keep tabs on your stress levels thanks to the skin sensors on the chassis of the watch. Grab it if you're after a versatile wearable – available in Carbon/Graphite (opens in new tab) and Lunar White/Soft Gold (opens in new tab) for AU$298, while the Grey (opens in new tab) variant is a dollar more at AU$299.

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InsideTracker x T3 Black Friday deal | 25% off all InsideTracker plans, use the code 'T3SAVE25' (opens in new tab)

Save 25% on any InsideTracker code with the code 'T3SAVE25'. This is an exclusive code for the readers of T3: this is how much we want you to train more efficiently. Start training smarter today!

Grooming

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Calvin Klein perfumes | from AU$19.99 (opens in new tab)

With a huge range of CK fragrances currently discounted on Amazon for Black Friday you can get he whole family smelling excellent for Christmas. You can choose from eau de parfum or eau de toilette, with prices starting as low as AU$20 for a 100ml bottle.

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Skincare products | up to 50% off premium brands (opens in new tab)

Amazon has an unreal selection on skincare right now. You can even save up to 50% on Ahava's Dead Sea Minerals range. From moisturisers to sunscreen lotions, perfumes to hand creams, these discounts will help you put together a nice skincare basket too.

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FOREO Luna Mini 2 Facial Cleansing Brush | AU$199 AU$105.95 (opens in new tab)(save AU$93.05)

The Foreo Luna Mini 2 is a game-changing facial cleanser using a mixture of vibrations and sonic pulses it clears out all the gunk from beneath your first layer of skin. With 8 adjustable intensities and 3 zones of varying touch point thicknesses, it is suitable for all skin types. This huge Black Friday discount sees you dropping the price by 60% for a mammoth saving.

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PHILIPS OneBlade Pro | AU$119 AU$88 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

The Philips OneBlade pro is an excellent companion for your face hair. An eexcellent hybrid tool, the adjustable blade allows you to cover lengths from 0.5mm to 9mm to sculpt your perfect look with ease. A 90 minute battery allows you to take your time in cutting the sharpest lines, leaving you looking fresh beyond belief. 

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Series 9 Pro Electric Shaver with SmartCare Centre | AU$749 AU$449 at Shaver Shop (opens in new tab) (save AU$300)

Braun has built a solid reputation for producing excellent combinations of form and function. The Series 9 is light, ergonomically sound, waterproof to 5 metres and easy to clean. Giving you 50-minute battery life, from just a one-hour charge you're sure to be able to grab every last hair.  This deal eases the blow to your wallet substantially, allowing your bank account to look as smooth as your face.

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Oral-B iO7 Electric Toothbrush | AU$549 AU$244.95 at Shave Shop (opens in new tab) (save AU$304.05)

The iO7 from Oral-B has all the features you'd want from a new brush, a quadrant timer and pressure sensor to take the guesswork out of the process being key. It boasts a surprisingly dapper look in black. The interactive display will tell you everything you need to know about your teeth. With this huge discount you can't go wrong. 

Cameras

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Nikon Z 7II (body only) | AU$5,599 AU$4,674.15 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$924.85)

Nikon's second-gen full-framer is still a brilliant shooter. Dual card slots, an improved AF system over the first gen and upgraded subject tracking makes this a worthy upgrade if you're looking for a high-res (45.7MP) camera. With a tasty 17% off you'll be hard pressed find this cheaper during Black Friday.

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Polaroid OneStep+ | AU$329 AU$230.89 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$98.11)

Polaroid are synonymous with instant photos. To the point where most won't know the name of an instant picture beyond the brand name.  The OneStep+ is an excellent instant camera, offering great prints and Bluetooth connectivity. Take advantage of this offer now as shipping through Amazon UK is going to take some time.

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GoPro Hero10 Black (opens in new tab) | AU$749 AU$529.95 on GoPro (save AU$219.05)

If you've been lusting after GoPro's latest flagship but have baulked at the price tag, then now might be a good time to snap it up for less. It's currently listed with an RRP of AU$749 at most retailers, but GoPro has slashed the price to match the 2020 Hero 9 camera. So grab it while the going is good.

If you'd like to bundle it with the GoPro subscription, then the same AU$599 launch price (opens in new tab) is still available in the official website.

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 | AU$109 AU$84.15 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$24.85)

There's still room for Amazon to drop the price on this absolutely fun instant camera. But if you have any concerns about stock or getting it in time for Christmas, then we'd suggest you snap this up right now. Available at a 23% discount in Lilac Purple (opens in new tab), Blush Pink (opens in new tab) and Ice White (opens in new tab) for the same tempting price of just AU$84.15.

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Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III | AU$1,099 AU$799 after cashback at CameraPro (opens in new tab) (save AU$300)

If you're looking for an excellent compact camera to tip your toes into the world of vlogging, this is it. Boasting live streaming abilities, a tilt-up rear display and 4K/30p video recording onboard. You can shoot vertically for Instagram, Facebook, TikTok or any other portrait media. It's currently reduced to AU$869 at CameraPro, but you can take advantage of Canon's cashback offer to maximise your savings.

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Nikon Z 5 + Nikkor Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 | AU$3,399 AU$2,590 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$809)

It might be focused on entry-level users, but the Z 5 is so much more. There are plenty of advanced features borrowed from the Z 6, making this full-framer a compelling option. Bundled in with a zoom lens, this is excellent value even with 24% off of RRP. 

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DJI Mini 2 | AU$748 AU$698 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$50)

The DJI Mini 2 is an excellent machine in a tiny package. You're getting 4K video capabilities in a pocketable body that stays aloft for up to 31 minutes. 12MP stills and QuickShots add to the value here. While 7% off the RRP isn't much, it's currently the best price on the Mini 2.

Amazon has also discounted the Mini 2 Fly More Combo (opens in new tab) by a little, down to AU$894 from AU$949.

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DJI Mavic 2 Zoom | AU$1,999 AU$1,699 on Amazon (opens in new tab) (save AU$300)

This is the top dog of the DJI drone camera family. With a hefty price tag, you get it all, a 1/2.3-inch 12MP sensor that's capable of 4K video and offers up to 4x zoom. This offers huge versatility, going from wide-angle to cropped in closer. You'll get about a half hour's worth of flight time and absolutely impeccable images.

  • This is just the tip of the iceberg for camera deals, if you're wanting to see what else is on offer, head over to our sister site Digital Camera World (opens in new tab) for everything and more.

Miscellaneous

What is Cyber Monday?

Cyber Monday, as a term, was created in 2005 by the American National Retail Federation to describe the phenomenon occurring the Monday after Thanksgiving, where massive increases in online shopping throughout the United States were consistently seen.

Without doubt, Cyber Monday became a thing off the back of Black Friday, the super sales day that runs the day after Thanksgiving. Today Grey Thursday, Black Friday, the Black Weekend and Cyber Monday are largely indistinguishable from each other. You get just under a week of savings as the end result. 

Many theories exist as to why online sales began to spike on the Monday following Black Friday in the US, but most point to the fact that many shoppers quickly lost their appetites for physical Black Friday deal hunting, and instead preferred to wait and shop at their leisure after enjoying time relaxing over the Thanksgiving weekend.

In Australia, Cyber Monday as a separate sale is only just starting to catch on. Last year's event was a big one and we fully expect shops to increase the momentum by offering many outstanding bargains.

When is Cyber Monday 2021?

Cyber Monday 2021 is on Monday 29 November, the Monday immediately after Black Friday (opens in new tab).

What is the difference between Black Friday 2021 and Cyber Monday 2021?

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Cyber Monday saw some insane deals last year in gaming, computing, clothing, jewellery, and more.

When Black Friday first started, which was termed thus as it statistically is the day where online sales for Christmas gifts really spikes, there was a clear distinction between Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Now, however, as noted above, the distinction between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is basically non-existent, with crazy deals and discounts on all product categories taking place not just on both days, but either side of them as well. Last year saw huge pressure being put on postal services by the ‘flash sales’ of old, so we can expect a more drawn-out sales period this year. 

One major difference between the two sale days is geographical interest. In the United States Cyber Monday is an insane event in comparison to anywhere else worldwide. Other English-speaking countries see nowhere near the same appetite for online shopping, at least not the spike we see on Cyber Monday on the other side of the Pacific. 

As the last years have shown, more and more people are now comfortable shopping online. This is a solid indicator that Cyber Monday is going nowhere, regardless of what it is actually called. 

Robert Jones
Robert Jones

Deputy Editor for T3.com, Rob has been writing about computing, gaming, mobile, home entertainment technology, toys (specifically Lego and board games), smart home and more for over 15 years. You can find Rob's work in magazines, bookazines and online, as well as on podcasts and videos, too. Outside of his work Rob is passionate about motorbikes, skiing/snowboarding and team sports, with football and cricket two favourites. Feel free to contact him with any related products, events, and announcements.