There is no surprise that planning for Christmas is already well underway for many Australian consumers. Sales of Christmas decorations in-store and online are robust, ahead of putting that special tree up by the 1st of December. Buying gifts is also off to an early start, with many consumers making it known that they plan to take advantage of the Black Friday sales on 25 November and Cyber Monday on 28 November by getting their Christmas shopping out of the way with these incoming sales.

While we still have a little wait before the Black Friday 2022 sales, we can take a look at some of the offers from last year to give us some insight into what sort of deals we can expect to see this year.

Online Deals
  • Amazon Australia: Prime members saved up to $700 off selected Apple software.
  • EBay: Saved up to 20% off storewide on Dell software.
  • Catch: Savings on Bose headphones, Circulon cookware, and Dyson appliances.
  • Wotif: 75% off international travel deals.
Instore Deals
  • The Good Guys: Clearance deals on laptops and tablets.
  • David Jones: Up to 50% off selected fashion, shoes, accessories, homewares, and electrical
  • Big W: Savings on thousands of big brand deals with up to 50% off.
  • Lorna Jane: 25% off full-priced styles.
  • City Beach: Up to 70% off.
  • Converse: 30% off everything.
  • David Jones: Up to 50% off selected fashion, shoes, accessories, homewares, and electrical.
  • Vodafone: Saved up to $600 off storewide.
  • Adidas: Saved up to 40% off storewide.

As an international shopping event that’s already got consumers ready and hungry for the best deals on tech, fashion, and other household goods, Black Friday 2022 is a major sales event that will have you saving a bargain.

It’s time to whip out those Christmas wishlists and make room in your closets because black Friday sales are here and it’s the perfect time to pick up a great bargain and save on some serious coin.


Article by Dani Giardina
National Retail Association Marketing Unit