UPDATE (Oct 4, 2019): Black Friday 2019 may seem like it's still a while away, but Amazon Australia is already teasing us by offering free expedited delivery on international purchases. This offer is for a limited time only, although Amazon hasn't detailed when this promotion will end. So any Prime-eligible item you buy from the Global Store section of the site, and is sold and shipped by Amazon US, no matter the cost, will arrive a coupe of days quicker with no shipping costs.
So if you haven't signed up to become a Prime member yet, do so now and you'll get a 30-day long free trial period and save on shipping costs for items purchased from Amazon US.
Amazon might be the world's largest online marketplace, but its Australian storefront still has meagre offerings compared to other regions. Yet the Australian inventory is catching up, meaning there's always a great bargain to be found.
And with the Prime service now available in Australia, shopping on Amazon can save you plenty. There's a whole load of perks that come with being a Prime member, including early access to a lot of Lightning Deals as well as the ability to participate in Amazon's annual members-only Prime Day sales.
Unfortunately, GST being applied to all purchased goods shipped to Australia meant that, for a while, we couldn't import goods from the other Amazon sites, especially from the US storefront. However, the retail giant has backflipped on that decision after customers pressured Amazon to reverse the ban. The 'global store' still exists on Amazon Australia, though, and there are usually plenty of bargains from the US to be had on the global section of Australia's own Amazon storefront.
The advantage here is that import duty is added to the cost of the item and Amazon handles the customs clearance for you.
If you do decide to shop for tech on from the global store, keep in mind you may not be covered under Australian warranties and you may – under some circumstances – need to pay shipping costs as well.
Finding the cheapest prices on the tech currently sold on Amazon Australia, however, can be rather time consuming, so we've taken it upon ourselves to help you sift through the chaff and find the best bargains on the hottest products.
We'll keep this list of Amazon deals updated regularly, so be sure to check in often and make sure to score the cheapest price on a variety of tech.
- Find great bargains and compare Australian prices on the latest tech at Getprice.
Best deals on Amazon Australia right now
Sony PlayStation VR starter pack | AU$399 (was AU$549)
Sony's virtual reality headset has dropped in price lately, making the experience of VR a bit more affordable. While it was hovering just under AU$410 in the lead up to Prime Day 2019, the price has fallen even further now, to just AU$399 for the pack with the camera and VR Worlds.View Deal
Judgement (PS4) | AU$51 (was AU$79)
From the makers of the excellent Yakuza series comes this action-adventure that follows a disgraced lawyer looking for redemption. With plenty of action and a AU$20 discount, this is an enticing game if you haven't got your hands on it already.View Deal
Price drop: Anthem (PS4/Xbox) | AU$15 (was AU$69)
While most major retailers have this popular shooter stocked at AU$69, it's available for a very affordable AU$15 on Amazon. This low price is only on the PS4 and Xbox One versions. If you're after the PC version, though, you'll need to get it from third-party resellers if shopping on Amazon.View Deal
Devil May Cry 5 (PS4/Xbox) | AU$42.99 (was AU$49)
It's not the most enticing discount but if you missed the chance to hone your leather-studded gloves and slice seven shades of sin from demons in this action-packed game, then you can save a few dollary-doos on Amazon right now on both the console versions.View Deal
Smartphones & tablets
Samsung Galaxy S10e (Prism White; 128GB) | $889 (was $1,199; save $312)
Flagship phones from the top manufacturers are getting expensive, but thankfully there are more affordable options in the same range, like the Samsung Galaxy S10e. It's a feature-packed Android handset without the massive price tag, and it's cheaper still on Amazon. The best price, though, is on the Prism White option, which is down to AU$889, saving you AU$310.View Deal
Further price drop: Huawei P30 (128GB) | AU$829 (was AU$1,099)
The price for this brand-new flagship is at its lowest yet on Amazon, with a cool AU$280 in savings to be had. So if you're keen on a great camera phone and are comfortable with Huawei's Android ban, both colour options are available at the same low price.View Deal
Blackberry Key2 LE | AU$599 (was AU$799)
Like a phone with physical keys? Blackberry hasn't stopped its trend, offering new hands with the physical QWERTY keyboard. And right now, all three colour options of last year's Key2 LE are down by AU$200 on Amazon. That's 25% off the usual RRP of AU$799. That's AU$599 for the Slate, the Champagne and the Atomic Red models. Each runs Android Oreo and comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. There's a 13MP+5MP rear camera system and a 8MP fixed focus front camera as well.View Deal
Anker PowerCore 20100 power bank | AU$56.59 (was AU$129)
With a 20,000mAH capacity, this is one of the best portable power packs you can get. That should keep your handheld devices juiced up a few times before the power bank itself needs some time to recharge. It's available for about AU$130 in Australia, but Amazon has the white option at its lowest price yet of just over AU$56.View Deal
Tile Mate + Slim 4-pack combo | AU$81 (was AU$120)
Keep forgetting where your keys are at? You could attach a Bluetooth tracker to the ring and locate it using your smartphone. And no-one does it better than Tile. This particular pack comes with two Tile Mates and two Tile Slims, so you can use the smaller trackers with your keys and the bigger ones with a wallet or handbag or anything else you need to keep tabs on. Best of all, the batteries are replaceable. View Deal
Sony KD55X7000G 55-inch 4K TV | AU$1,049 (was AU$1,499)
Amazon already had this 55-inch Sony TV listed at AU$300 cheaper than Sony's RRP. But it's cheaper still right now, down by an additional AU$100. That means you get to save AU$400 on Sony's price tag and snag a 4K UHD TV with high dynamic range for just over 1K.View Deal
Sony KD65X7000G 65-inch 4K TV | AU$1,349 (was AU$2,299)
The bigger 65-inch version of the above telly is also discounted on Amazon, matching Sony's spring sale price. If bought straight from the manufacturer, this 4K smart TV would have set you back by a couple of thousand dollars, but not it's at a much more affordable price. So get a wriggle on before stocks run out.View Deal
Further price drop: Yamaha YAS108B sound bar | AU$175 (was AU$349)
If you'd like to enhance your TV's sound, then getting a popular sound bar can prove expensive. However, there are cheaper options out there that will do the job well, if not better, and this 120W Yamaha option promises just that without the hefty price tag. It retails for AU$349 but Amazon has consistently priced it at an affordable AU$185. However, it's cheaper still by another AU$10, bringing the price down to just AU$175.View Deal
Jabra Elite Active 65t | $255 (was $329)
These true wireless headphones have integrated motion sensors to track your goings-on. You can connect to a Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri when you need to, and you get up to 5 hours of playback with an additional 15 hours in the case. More importantly, it can keep tabs on your fitness routines while serenading you with your favourite tunes. So if you want great sound, a comfortable fit and a saving of AU$74, then grab a pair from Amazon now.View Deal
Further price drop: Jabra Elite 65t | AU$189 (was AU$299)
There's a cheaper version in the amazing Elite 65t version which has everything the above model does, with the exception of fitness tracking. It retails for AU$299 but Amazon consistently had it a much lower price of about AU$215 for a while now. However, the price had gone down further, saving you a total of AU$110. This is the cheapest we've seen these excellent 'buds drop to, so grab one now!View Deal
Jabra Elite 85h | AU$399 (was AU$499)
These are the first wireless ANC cans from Jabra and we loved them. They offer terrific noise cancellation and look good doing so. Even the battery life is amazing. They're a premium set of headphones that cost almost 500 dollary-doos, but this is your chance to save AU$100 on the headphones on Amazon.View Deal
Bose SoundLink Micro | AU$119 (was AU$149)
For a tiny little speaker the SoundLink Micro has big sound and it's definitely worthwhile taking it into consideration if you're looking for a portable speaker. And while it's already priced to be affordable, save AU$30 when shopping on Amazon on this little device.View Deal
B&O BeoPlay M3 portable speaker | AU$380 (AU$499)
Luxury brand Bang & Olufsen has some pretty good audio hardware, each one quite literally a work of art. But they're usually quite expensive. However, if you're after a premium Bluetooth speaker that's got some seriously great looking curves, then this beauty might be for you. It connects seamlessly with other B&O speakers for a multiroom setup, or use as a standalone speaker, with the M3 currently just AU$380 on Amazon.View Deal
LIFX Tile kit | AU$299 (was AU$399)
Bring a plain wall to life by adding these colour changing light panels. They're easy to set up in designs of your own choosing and can be controlled by any of the three popular voice assistants. And they're AU$100 on Amazon as compared to other major retailers.View Deal
Bose Home Speaker 500 | AU$448 (was AU$599)
If you missed this offer last week, you're lucky, as Amazon has dropped the price on Bose's first ever smart speaker by a further AU$20. And, unlike last week, this offer is available on both colour options – silver and black. With over AU$150 saved on this premium smart speaker, it's the lowest price since launch.View Deal
Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance bulb (B22) | AU$69.20 (was AU$79)
Add some mood and character to your home's lights by setting up a smart lighting system. And no-one does it better than Philips Hue. While there are starter kits available (currently at full price), individual bulbs with a bayonet cap are available for about AU$10 less on Amazon. It may not be a very significant saving but for those already set up with a Hue system can add more lights to their home.View Deal
Amazon Echo Dot (3rd gen) | AU$79 for 2 (was AU$79 each)
This is a buy-one-get-one-free offer from Amazon on the previous generation of the Echo Dot making it an excellent bargain if you'd like to set up multi-room smarts with Alexa at the helm. You'll be able to play tunes, control smart lights and a lot more with even just one of these little speakers.View Deal
Amazon Echo (2nd gen) | AU$74.50 (was AU$149)
The first Echo smart speaker to come to Australia was the second-gen one and looks like Amazon is keen on getting rid of stock as it's down to half price. So if you prefer a bigger Alexa-powered smart speaker than the Echo Dot above, then this isn't a bad option at all for under AU$75 apiece.View Deal
Amazon Echo Spot | AU$99 (was AU$199)
Set an alarm, watch news clips, make video calls, and get Alexa to help you with plenty with the little Echo Spot, discounted by $100 on Amazon. It's small enough to fit into any space, offering a 2.5-inch display that can even be set up to play your home's security footage if you use a connected camera.View Deal
Pentax KP (body only) | AU$1,210 (was AU$1,759)
Pentax may not have the kind of marketshare as Canon or Nikon, but it does offer some competition, like the KP, which is Pentax's best weather-sealed shooter. With a high ISO sensitivity of 819,200, the KP does well in low light. So if you're keen on a new camera, save a packet on this DSLR on Amazon right now.View Deal
Pentax K-70 + 18-55mm lens | AU$860 (was AU$1,199)
If you want to take your night photography up a notch, this Pentax DSLR has a high ISO value of a staggering 204,800. It's one of the best shooters for poorly lit conditions. There's also built-in image shake reduction tech, 4K timelapse capabilities and an incredible discount you won't find elsewhere.View Deal
Computers & accessories
Samsung T5 Portable SSD (500GB) | AU$109 (was AU$169)
For speedy and safe backups of your online life, you need a reliable SSD, and there aren't many better than the T5 range from Samsung. While the 500GB option is currently full price at most retailers, it's cheaper on Amazon. It had dropped to AU$114 recently, but is cheaper still.View Deal
SanDisk 64GB Ultra Dual Drive USB Type-C | AU$15.40 (was AU$54)
Portable flash drives are essential, and we can't seem to get enough of them. This 64GB USB-C drive from SanDisk carries a regular price tag of AU$54 at most major retailers, but Amazon currently has it in stock for just over AU$15, which is great value for money indeed.View Deal