Best May sales 2022: Australian deals and sales from across the web

The T3 team scours the net for the most amazing bargains for your shopping pleasure. Join us on the hunt for massive savings!

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Searching for the best deals on the items you want or need is a hard job – it takes time and effort to scour the corners of the web to find those great discounts, time and effort you may not have to spare.

This is why we've dedicated this page to keeping you informed of where you can find the best deals on a variety of goodies across the tech and lifestyle space. We've got a list of retailers listed below who offer discounts regularly through the calendar year, which then become even deeper offers during Australia's major sale events.

Every week, we also pick a few choice discounts on specific products and list them here too, so do check back to see if there's something here that tickles your fancy.  

Best May sales on now

Adidas sale

Adidas sale
Adidas has an online outlet where you can make decent savings on brand new Adidas goods. All items included are clearly marked and the discount is applied automatically, with Adidas' sports and style ranges included. Save on clothing and trainers.

 Browse the sale here.

Amazon deals

Amazon deals
Amazon will often have the lowest prices on any item. You'll find these deals all throughout the year. The company lets shoppers save on headphones, beauty appliances, and more.

Browse the sale here.

ASOS sale

ASOS sale
ASOS always has mammoth sales and the fashion brand will dress you like a fashionista at low prices. Its clearance sale usually has up to 80% off on all categories of gendered and unisex clothing.

 Browse the sale here.

Decathlon sale

Decathlon sale
This sporting megastore is always a source of fitness-themed bargains, even when there’s not a sale. So the value here is real. Save on bikes, tents, fitness apparel, and more.

 Browse the sale here.

Dell sale

Dell sale
Dell regularly slashes the prices on its entire range of devices. Right now the biggest deals will save you hundreds of dollars if purchasing from the XPS and Inspiron ranges. But the savings can be found everywhere in the Dell family, including on Alienware products. 

 Browse the sale here.

DigiDIrect sale

DigiDIrect sale

DigiDirect specialises in providing a huge range of cameras and accessories at reasonable prices. And every so often there's a sale that you can take advantage of and save on a whole new kit or upgrade. Items discounted also include accessories like mics, storage devices and more.

Browse the sale here. 

eBay sale

eBay sale
Looking for some discounted technology? eBay could be for you. Alongside big discounts on used products, eBay also hosts several outlet/clearance deals from the biggest tech names around.

Browse the sale here.

Emma sale

Emma sale
Emma wants you to get a really good night's sleep and is always looking to save you a pretty penny on its top-rated mattresses. More often than not, you'll find a great discount on one of the best mattresses-in-a-box in Australia, delivering excellent support and a comfortable surface with great value for money. 

Browse the sale here.

HP sale

HP sale
HP has great offers on laptops, desktops, monitors and other computing accessories. Depending on the time of year, you'll be able to score discounts of up to 40% off on a range of great computing hardware.

Browse the sale here.

Lego sale

Lego sale

Love those little building blocks? It makes no difference how old you are, Lego is a favourite for many. And, if you head to Lego Australia, you're sure to find some sets that are discounted.

Browse the sale here.

Lovehoney sales

Lovehoney sales
Lovehoney offers up to 50% off lingerie, costumes, and sex toys in regular deals on popular products. There are always new items on sale and festive specials for every occasion. 

Browse the sale here.

Microsoft sale

Microsoft sale

Admittedly you'll need to wait for big sales events to score the deepest discounts at the Microsoft Store, but there are offers available all year round too – from Surface devices to Xbox games,

Browse the sale here.

Mobvoi TicWatches and TicPods

Mobvoi TicWatches and TicPods

Mobvoi makes excellent value-for-money smartwatches, wearables and wireless headphones. The company has earned a strong reputation for great products at budget prices, so you don’t necessarily need to spend top dollar on buying a really capable Wear OS smartwatch. 

Browse the sale here.

Nike sale

Nike sale
Nike has great deals on both sporty and fashion lines, with discounts on trainers, hoodies, T-shirts, and more. If you join Nike Members, which is free to do, you get access to exclusive deals and discounts. 

Browse the sale here.

Norton antivirus suites

Norton antivirus suites

Norton makes some of the best antivirus softwares in the business, and, depending on your needs, there's a choice of different plans for the Norton 360 suite available. And the good news is new customers can always find a discount – although you can't put a price on staying safe online.

Oakley | up to 50% off

Oakley | up to 50% off

Oakley can dress you from head to toe. From eyewear to footwear, and other clothing in between, you'll be able to find your sporty look for the season with up to 50% off a wide range of products. 

Browse the sale here.

Ray-Ban | up to 50% off

Ray-Ban | up to 50% off

This eyewear brand needs no introduction whatsoever. It's one of the most coveted brands on the market, one that will even get you prescription lenses if wish. There's now up to 50% off select styles of Ray-Bans, with up to AU$80 off prescription lenses too – an opportunity not to be missed!

Browse the sale here.

Secretlab

Secretlab | up to AU$180

We're big fans of Secretlab's gaming chairs and every so often you can save a little. So grab a seat, get comfortable and save yourself a pretty penny on some of the best seats in the house.

Sunglass Hut | up to 50% off

Sunglass Hut | up to 50% off

No matter your style choices, Sunglass Hut is going to have something for you to keep the glare out of your eyes. Including great options from top brands like Ray-ban, Oakly, Emporio Armani, Vogue and more, there's plenty of offers for you to save a pretty penny on your next set of eyewear.

Browse the sale here.

The Good Guys deals

The Good Guys deals

The Good Guys is your one-stop-shop for all home electronics. You’ll find daily and weekly deals on everything from laptops and headphones to washer-dryers and fridges. The retailer even has discounts across the full world of gaming goods. 

Browse the sale here.

The Iconic sale

The Iconic sale

Clothes, shoes, beauty and more – there's a lot to unlock on The Iconic. And you're sure to find a discount or two on the online retailer's dedicated sale page. So take a gander.

Browse the sale here.

Handpicked offers available now

Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 | up to AU$202 off on Amazon

Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 | up to AU$202 off on Amazon

If you'd like to get yourself an iPhone but have been baulking at the RRP, then consider the small discounts available on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 models on Amazon. There's up to 17% off, which is pretty good considering how rare it is to see more then a 10% discount.

UE Wonderoom 2 (Bermuda Blue) |

UE Wonderoom 2 (Bermuda Blue) | AU$129 AU$99 on Big W eBay (save AU$30)

This diminutive Bluetooth speaker is capable of punching far above its weight... and price. Its Outdoor Boost mode adds more volume when you're using it outside, and its IP67 rating means it's dust- and waterproof. Heck, it'll even float! Offer available on eBay on just the blue option.

Jabra Elite 85t |

Jabra Elite 85t | AU$299 AU$178 on Amazon (save AU$121)

Jabra made big strides in perfecting its mainstream true wireless earbuds, with better sound, better battery and better noise cancellation. You'll be hard pressed to find something as good at a similar price point that works well with any operating system.

PlayStation DualShock 4 controller | from AU$78 on Amazon

PlayStation DualShock 4 controller | from AU$78 on Amazon (save up to AU$20.95)

PS4 users looking to grab a new controller or get extras might want to check out Amazon's offer on the white, black and midnight blue options. There's up to 21% off, so take your pick.

Ninja Foodi Dual Zone Air Fryer (AF300) |

Ninja Foodi Dual Zone Air Fryer (AF300) | AU$449 AU$244 at Billy Guyatts (save AU$205)

It's one of our top picks for the best air fryers you can buy in Australia and it's going real cheap right now at Billy Guyatts. You will have to pay for shipping to have sent your way, but a whopping AU$205 discount makes it worthwhile. With a total capacity of 7.6L divided into two compartments, you can feed the whole family and then some!

Kobo Forma |

Kobo Forma | AU$429.95 AU$379.95 on Kobo AU (save AU$54)

This 8-inch ereader might be getting long in the tooth but it's still a formidable ebook reader. Large, glare-free screen, page-turn buttons and waterproofing are only a few of its features. Read in landscape or portrait mode, and borrow ebooks from a local public library, thanks to OverDrive support.


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Rian Howlett
Rian Howlett

Rian Howlett is one of T3's entertainment and culture reporters. An expert in tech, gaming and lifestyle coverage, Rian’s work has featured in Kotaku, Man of Many, and Happy Mag. He completed a Bachelor of Arts at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2015 and was instrumental in building and working with Avenoir, a grassroots youth magazine for Perth locals.

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