When is Black Friday 2020 in Australia and the best ways to save with Groupon Coupons.
In Australia and all over the world, Black Friday 2020 falls on November 27. Although it’s traditionally a one-day-only sale event, many stores now begin the Black Friday fever a few days or even weeks in advance, with sales extending well beyond the weekend. In 2018, Amazon Australia launched a three day Black Friday sale at 12.01am on Black Friday; and Apple’s Black Friday event ran for four days, starting the day before. Be sure to check out our Groupon Black Friday page for updates and sale previews - we’ll bring all the best deals together in one place, making it easy to plan ahead. If you’re looking to buy from your favourite international sites, do your research beforehand - check out the international shipping options in advance and make sure you’re on top of the time differences, so you can be the first on-site when sales start.
The top Black Friday deals from 2019 - and what to expect in 2020.
Black Friday in Australia has become increasingly popular over the last few years. In 2019, we saw a mixture of targeted offers and across-the-board savings in Australian Black Friday sales. Discounted gift cards were a popular pick, especially with online department stores - both eBay and Apple offered gift cards at below their stated value. If it’s clothing or tech you’re interested in, you’re in luck - Myer and Dell offered some of the biggest price drops in the country last year. For Dell, the most dramatic discounts were found on monitors and accessories, with a whopping 40% off selected items. Myer offered 50% off a range of womenswear, menswear and home brands. Beauty lovers can expect to save big this year, too - in 2018, Myer had a “spend $150 and get 10% off” deal, and Sephora’s site-wide discount saw customers enjoy 15% off all items.
Our top pick of Black Friday deals: the products to look out for and how to snap them up!
If you’re looking to join in on the Black Friday hype this year, we’d recommend pinpointing the items you want to keep an eye out for, and deciding how much you want to spend in advance. Many items sell out quickly, so it’s good to go in with a clear head and an idea of what you want to buy! Plus, with Cyber Monday deals waiting to blow you away on November 30 this year - but not your budget - you can shop stress free over the entire Cyber Weekend because you know you will pick up a great deal.
Roll up for the best Black Friday laptop and smartphone offers in town.
We’re expecting big things from the Apple Black Friday sale this year, particularly with the recent launch of the incredible iPhone 11 - as well as a targeted sale on the 11 and 11 Pro, we’re hoping for a potential site-wide discount covering iPads, Macbooks and accessories, too. Last year, Kogan had some stellar Black Friday deals, offering some smartphone models at less than half price - this year, we’re expecting (and hoping for!) similar discounts on their online store. Keep an eye out for Dell and Microsoft Black Friday deals on the Kogan website if you’re overdue for an upgrade!
Get the best deal on gadgets and Black Friday gaming accessories.
Black Friday is a great chance to upgrade your tech accessories. We’re expecting Amazon Australia to offer great discounts on own-brand items like the Amazon Fire Stick, Amazon Kindles and Echo devices this year. If you aren’t already, become an Amazon Prime customer to make sure you don’t miss out on the discounts - as well as free delivery, Prime members have access to ‘Lightning Deals’ before regular customers, so will have first pick of the best gadgets on offer!
In 2018, Black Friday Nintendo Switch deals outshone those for Playstations and Xboxes, and we are expecting a similar trend this year. If you manage to nab a brand new console, make sure you check out Steam for slashed-price games to play - last year, the site offered up to 80% reductions on bestelling games, so it’s worth checking out if you’re in the market for something new!
These are the best pick of the Black Friday TV deals.
If you’re after a new TV, you’re in luck - Black Friday is the perfect time to save! Black Friday TV sales offer notoriously low discounts, and this year will be no exception - with the rise in the popularity of Smart TVs, we are bound to see big discounts on the most innovative models. The Good Guys Black Friday page has already been updated for 2020 with hints at huge savings, and the extensive range of TVs on offer makes it our top pick for the best TV deals this Black Friday.
Start feeling fine with the hottest clothing and accessories for less on Black Friday 2020.
It’s not just tech that’s getting a price drop for Black Friday. We’re also expecting big savings from loads of fashion brands, so hold off on stocking up on your summer essentials! Black Friday is the perfect chance to stock up on your Christmas and new years outfits, and we’re expecting big names like ASOS and Assembly Label to deliver with festival-ready looks on sale. It’s not all bikinis and boardies, either - keep an eye out for Nike and adidas Black Friday sales for savings on sports gear and equipment. These brands don’t often put on site-wide sales, but if there’s going to be an exception to the rule, Black Friday will be it!
If you’re partial to a bargain, listen up - Black Friday fever is set to hit Australia, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever! Whether you’re looking to stock up on the latest gadgets or grab a new season swimsuit, you’re bound to find a great deal over the Cyber Weekend this year. If you’re not sure what the hype is all about (or just want to know where to find the best Black Friday iPhone deals), read on - we’ve got the skinny Black Friday 2020 in Australia. So, what is Black Friday and how Aussies can shop for the best deals? Black Friday is one of the most highly anticipated dates in the shopping calendar. This global phenomenon has its roots firmly in the US - falling on the Friday after Thanksgiving, it marks the start of the Christmas shopping period in America, and is the busiest shopping day of the year! Although the exact origins of the phrase ‘Black Friday’ are unclear, it became popular in the 1980s, and is now synonymous with the crazy queues and limited-time offers we know and love. Here in Australia, Black Friday’s popularity has grown every year since the first sales began popping up in 2011. This is thanks, in part, to international sites like Amazon and eBay, who launched Australian versions of international Black Friday sales. Although traditional brick-and-mortar retailers continue to offer discounts in this period, it’s primarily online sales that feature Down Under, so you can skip the queues and get ready to save from the comfort of your own home!