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Black Friday Sale Australia: Best Early Deals 2022 | Full List

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As the year begins to make its way to the pointy end of things (hello, Christmas), it’s time to welcome the sale madness with open arms.

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Boxing Day – now that we’re in November, you can take advantage of some eye-watering savings from your favourite brands and retailers thanks to these major shopping events. And while the unofficial shopping season begins on Black Friday – November 25 – don’t think you’ll have to wait until then to shop the Black Friday 2022 sales.

Here’s what you need to know about shopping the biggest online sales event of the year.

BEST EARLY BLACK FRIDAY 2022 DEALS

While you may think all the good Black Friday offers drop on Friday November 25, this is not always the case – especially in the last few years.

We usually see all the best online retailers and brands kick off the sales early and it looks like this year is no exception.

You can get your hands on the Dyson V12 Detect Slim Complete for $350 off, bringing it down to $999, or slash over $1,300 off Emma’s award-winning Diamond Hybrid Mattress.

These are the Black Friday sales you can start shopping right now. Jump to a specific category below or keep on scrolling to see them all.

Don’t forget to bookmark this page to stay in-the-know of all the best early Black Friday 2022 sales.

BEST BLACK FRIDAY FASHION DEALS

The Oodie

Ryderwear

Muscle Nation

ASOS

City Beach

Two Tags

BEST BLACK FRIDAY HOME DEALS

Calming Blankets

eBay

Nespresso

Brosa

Freedom

Emma Sleep

OneBed

Amart Furniture

Godfreys

Outer

BCF

Koala

BEST BLACK FRIDAY TECH DEALS

Vodafone

Lenovo

Dell

Samsung

BEST BLACK FRIDAY HEALTH AND BEAUTY DEALS

Lovehoney

Wild Secrets

tbh Skincare

The Ordinary

Edible Beauty Australia

James Cosmetics

Dose & Co

Pearlii

ALL OUR BLACK FRIDAY 2022 COVERAGE YOU NEED TO SEE

If you’re looking for a massive Black Friday saving on a specific retailer, product or brand, then we’re here to help. Happy shopping!

WHEN IS BLACK FRIDAY 2022?

This year Black Friday falls on Friday November 25. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, retail spending rose 5.8 per cent in November 2021 compared to the same period of 2020. Online spending – driven largely by Black Friday and Cyber Monday, of course – rose 22.8 per cent. So you can be certain the Black Friday sales will offer up some great savings this year, too.

For more, you can head on over to our comprehensive explainer to shopping the Black Friday sales in Australia.

WHAT IS BLACK FRIDAY?

Black Friday first began in the US on the Friday following thanksgiving, which is observed on the fourth Thursday of November.

Traditionally, this Friday marked the beginning of the holiday spending rush but in recent years it has snowballed into a global shopping phenomenon where retailers offer staggering discounts on a range of products across technology, beauty, fashion, homewares and more.

In Australia, Black Friday now competes with Boxing Day as our biggest shopping extravaganza.

TIPS AND TRICKS TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THE BLACK FRIDAY SALES

Whether you’re hankering for something specific or getting yourself ready to blitz through all your favourite sites, we reached out to Eliza Reid (@bargain_homewares), Dani Katralis (@LuxAndLemonade) and Jasmine Pisasale of (@bargainhunter_) for their pearls of wisdom. Here’s what they said.

1. PERFECT YOUR WISHLISTS

“Go in prepared,” says Dani – a self-confessed wishlist fan. “This also doubles as your decision making guide. When you look back at your wishlist during sale time you can see if you really want it.”

Eliza adds that the Black Friday sales are also a great time to get your Christmas gift shopping organised, saving you time and money come December.

“Simply buy online, have the items delivered to your door and you won’t even need to step foot inside a shopping centre this year,” she says.

2. NOTIFICATIONS ARE YOUR FRIEND

There can be a lot of benefit in following a site or brand’s social media account close to Black Friday. You’ll be notified as soon as the sale starts and you may even get early bird access. Signing up to a store’s newsletter is another good idea.

3. COMPARE, COMPARE, COMPARE

Whether it’s a TV, toaster or activewear don’t go straight to one retailer or the brand’s website as soon as the sales hit. Jasmine says you’ll be surprised at the price differences between sites.

“I want to get some PE Nation activewear so I’m keeping tabs on their various stockists like The Iconic and Stylerunner, and will compare notes once the sales hit.”

4, PREPARATION IS KEY

To breeze through the checkout process make sure you’re also logged in and have an account with the store. This is also a good time to double down on the retailer’s shipping costs and return policies too, says Eliza.

“You won’t have to bother with pesky details such as filling in your address and billing information on Black Friday – plus some stores may have a requirement that to get the discount you need to be a part of their membership or club,” she adds.

5. SPREADSHEETS ARE GREAT

For the true sale savants, a categorised spreadsheet will help keep tabs on your online wishlist across a variety of stores and categories.

“Use it to list the item, link to the site and the full price,” says Dani. “When it comes to sale time use your spreadsheet to track how good the deal is against the full price of the item.”

She also advises researching your size as well, so you don’t waste time with checking sizing guides later.

ARE BLACK FRIDAY DEALS REAL?

We know what you’re thinking … these deals sound too good to be true. But yes, the Black Friday deals are real – and they don’t happen too often, so you’re going to want to shop them while you still can.

AM I PROTECTED WHEN SHOPPING BLACK FRIDAY SALES?

As with all online purchases where you’re handing over your credit card details, it pays to do your due diligence to make sure you are not buying from a scam website.

We recommend being extremely suspicious of dubious links to deals posted on social media, or random, unsolicited emails containing deals that are far too good to be true.

It also pays to keep your computer updated with the latest security software.

WHAT IS CYBER MONDAY?

Cyber Monday is Black Friday’s trusty counterpart. Held on the Monday following thanksgiving, Cyber Monday initially began in 2005 as the “online” version of Black Friday back when online shopping wasn’t quite as prolific as it is today.

Over the past few years, Cyber Monday has become the biggest event on the shopping calendar, raking in US $10.7 billion in 2021, according to Adobe Analytics.

WHEN IS CYBER MONDAY 2022?

Cyber Monday is the Monday straight after Black Friday. So, it will be held on Monday 28 November.

Want more discounts? Of course you do – check out the news.com.au Coupons page to save big on all your favourite online brands and retailers.

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Marina Tatas

Marina TatasBest Of Writer

Marina Tatas is Best Of’s Shopping Writer and she’s always on the hunt to find her readers the lowest price possible on the highest quality products. When she’s not covering the latest in beauty, fashion and home, she’s reporting on major shopping events like Black Friday and Click Frenzy. Previously she worked at comparison site Finder as a Shopping Writer and she’s written for Marie Claire, Women’s Health, The Carousel, Women Love Tech and more.

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Story Credit: news.com.au

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